133 Degrees In Santa Barbara, California
Adiabatic winds can be very hot. On June 17, 1859 Santa Barbara, California reached 133 degrees.
29 Jun 1859, 4 – The Sacramento Bee at Newspapers.com
13 Jun 1877, Page 2 – San Francisco Chronicle at Newspapers.com
13 Aug 1859, 2 – Pointe Coupee Democrat at Newspapers.com
A few weeks after the record heat in 1859 came the largest Coronal Mass Ejection on record.
14 Sep 1859, Page 1 – The Louisville Daily Courier at Newspapers.com
06 Sep 1859, Page 2 – Brooklyn Evening Star at Newspapers.com
31 Aug 1859, 1 – The Cadiz Sentinel at Newspapers.com
Tomorrow, Seattle and Portland will have a few hours of hot adiabatic winds which the press will blame on global warming.
Pacific Northwest braces for historic heat wave, and experts say climate change could be to blame – ABC News
Ventusky – Wind, Rain and Temperature Maps
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