The Heatwave Of October 1963

October afternoon temperatures have been declining in the Midwest since the 19th century, and tended to be much hotter prior to 50 years ago. But one year really stood out – 1963. That year averaged about ten degrees above the long term average.

The average afternoon temperature in the Midwest that month was 76 degrees.

The hottest day was October 6. when more than two-thirds of the Midwest was over 90 degrees. On October 7, Appleton City, Missouri was 99 degrees.

People (like NOAA) who claim the US is getting hotter, have no clue what they are talking about.

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