Heatwave Of 1895-1896

There was an unprecedented heatwave from September 1895 through the summer of 1896 in many parts of the world.

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22 Sep 1895, 2 – Chicago Tribune at Newspapers.com

27 Sep 1895, 4 – Vermont Phoenix at Newspapers.com

24 Sep 1895 – PHENOMENAL HEAT IN AMERICA. – Trove

27 Sep 1895 – THE WEATHER IN ENGLAND. – Trove

Britain sizzles past 1895 heat record | The Times

30 Sep 1895, 10 – Glasgow Herald at Newspapers.com

16 Nov 1895, Page 10 – The Centralia Enterprise and Tribune at Newspapers.com

16 Nov 1895, 2 – The Santa Maria Times at Newspapers.com

17 Nov 1895, Page 3 – The San Francisco Call at Newspapers.com

17 Nov 1895, 9 – The San Francisco Examiner at Newspapers.com

 

23 Jan 1896 – THE HEAT WAVE. – Trove

09 Jan 1896, Page 5 – The Sydney Morning Herald at Newspapers.com

24 Jan 1896, Page 5 – The Sydney Morning Herald at Newspapers.com

TimesMachine: August 18, 1896

22 Aug 1896, 16 – St. Louis Globe-Democrat at Newspapers.com

During May, 1896 St. Louis was largely destroyed by a tornado.

29 May 1896, Page 4 – The Inter Ocean at Newspapers.com

17 Jul 1896 – HEAT-WAVE IN EUROPE.

1896 Heatwave

10 Aug 1896, Page 1 – The Indianapolis News at Newspapers.com

Arizona had their record heatwave of seven straight days over 120F, matched only in 1905.

18 Sep 1947, 10 – The Miami News at Newspapers.com

01 Oct 1896, 1 – Wilkes-Barre Times Leader, the Evening News, Wilkes-Barre Record at Newspapers.com

01 Oct 1896, 1 – Hartford Courant at Newspapers.com

08 Oct 1896, 3 – The Lodge Pole Express at Newspapers.com

The US government hides historical heat by tampering with the data.

The Australian government also tampers with the data, and additionally hides all temperatures before 1910.

Climate change and variability: Tracker: Australian timeseries graphs

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2 Responses to Heatwave Of 1895-1896

  1. Richard says:

    Sorry Tony information and facts only count if you show data from say 1970 to date that way charts fit NASA NOAA IPCC data

  2. GWS says:

    The jewel of education is not memorizing facts, but learning perspective: how to see reality in context.

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