Death Valley 1917

During the summer of 1917, Death Valley, California had 43 consecutive days over 120F.  This came four years after they set the world record temperature of 134F in 1913.

Extreme Weather – Google Books

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1 Response to Death Valley 1917

  1. rah says:

    The Greenland Ranch record high has been reviewed and upheld by the WMO! It IS the official record no matter how much the warmanistas hate it. I get tired of these continued implications of it not being valid. First they go after the guy that recorded it despite a long record of diligent recording and logging and when that didn’t work they started going after the condition of the station or unusual atmospheric conditions. For those that doubt it then either bring froth real evidence it is in error of STFU!

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