Cooling Puerto Rico

Puerto Rico has six long-term GHCN stations, shown in the map below.

Temperatures there peaked in 1925 at 104F, and afternoon temperatures have been declining a rate of 1.1F per century since 1899. Their hottest year was 1941.

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