Heatwave Of 1936

From July 7-14, 1936 Delphi, Indiana was over 106F every day, topping at 112F on July 14.

Thousands of people died in the heat.

16 Jul 1936, 1 – Princeton Daily Clarion at Newspapers.com

Gann Valley, South Dakota had 20 days over 110F, topping out at 120F on July 5.

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4 Responses to Heatwave Of 1936

  1. GWS says:

    Evidence is to dims as light was to Dracula.

  2. Eli the Pit Bull says:

    Slightly off topic but one of the most amazing things I’ve ever seen. Rich Strike was 80-1 odds to win the Kentucky Derby, and the longest shot ever to do so.
    https://twitter.com/NBCSports/status/1523104042427334660?s=20&t=B2MohS-deibKaopBjjjISQ

  3. Chauncey Chapman says:

    1936 CO2 PPM was 350, now 418 PPM, so lower CO2 higher temps?

  4. Ulric Lyons says:

    The next major heatwave of the 1540/1757/1936/2006 type is not until 2116 AD. 2042 and 2079 have Saturn opposite Neptune, but both have Jupiter also nearly in line with them when it needs to be in quadrature with them for a major heatwave.

    https://docs.google.com/document/d/e/2PACX-1vQemMt_PNwwBKNOS7GSP7gbWDmcDBJ80UJzkqDIQ75_Sctjn89VoM5MIYHQWHkpn88cMQXkKjXznM-u/pub

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