The Climate Crisis Of July 22, 1901 1901

“PANA, ILL., July 22.-The thermometer to-day registered 114 In the shade from about 11 a. m. ta 4 p. m.

VANDALIA, ILL, July 22.—The mercury to-day reached 114 degrees in the shade, breaking all previous records since the terrible summer of 1872.”

23 Jul 1901, 3 – St. Louis Globe-Democrat at Newspapers.com

Highest state temperatures on July 22, 1901

MO 116, IL 114, AZ 112, IN 112, IA 110, KS 110, MT 110, TN 110, WI 110

KY 109, NE 109, AR 108, SD 108, ND 107, OK 107, CA 105, OH 105, UT 104, MS 103, ID 102, MN 102, TX 101

AL 98, WA 98, WV 98, NV 97, VA 97, CO 96, LA 96, MI 96, NM 96, PA 96, FL 95, GA 95, OR 95, SC 95, WY 95, MA 94, NJ 94, NY 94, NC 94, MD 92, DE 90, NH 90,

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3 Responses to The Climate Crisis Of July 22, 1901 1901

  1. Lynne Balzer says:

    Hi, Tony! I wish more people were tuned in to the information you are providing.
    Thanks for all your good work,
    Lynne

  2. GWS says:

    Incredible, it gets hot in the summer! It must be “greenhouse gasses.”

  3. Michael Peinsipp says:

    Greensburg KY is +- 25 miles North of me here in KY.
    In the 1993 Winter, we got down to -24°F that night.
    Greensburg got down to -37°F.
    We had a water bowl FREEZE on the floor right next to the Wood stove…it was glowing red at times even!!!

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