NOAA says this past summer was hotter than 1936.
The percent of the US to reach 95F (35C) was well below average and among the lowest on record.
Peak temperatures were much hotter in 1936.
The frequency of hot days this summer was less than half of 1936.
Prior to data tampering, the average maximum temperature was about 3F cooler than 1936.
After data tampering, average maximum temperatures were about 1.5F cooler than 1936.
About 1.5F in adjustments have been made relative to 1936.
Prior to data tampering, the average temperature was a little more than 1F cooler than 1936
After tampering, the 2021 average temperature “barely edged out the Dust Bowl summer of 1936 for the top spot by less than 0.01 of a degree, NOAA said.”
Almost 60% of the data used in the adjusted temperatures is fake.
The NOAA Climate Extremes Index is wildly fraudulent, but makes this definition.
“Unusually hot summers are defined based on daily maximum temperatures.”
During the summer of 1936, the entire US was very hot.
During July, 1936 one person was dying every ten minutes from the heat in Detroit – and the heat wave was compared with the 1918 Spanish Flu pandemic