August 2, 1955

CA 110

SD 108, AZ 106, NE 105, TX 105, UT 105, KS 104, NV 104, NJ 104, PA 103, MO 102, VA 102, CO 101, DE 101, MT 101, NY 101, OK 101, ID 100, IA 100, MD 100, MN 100, WV 100, WI 100, WY 100

ND 99, IL 98, IN 98, MI 98, NM 98, NC 98, OH 98, TN 98, GA 97, OR 97, AR 95, FL 95, KY 95, SC 95, AL 94, MA 93, NH 93, RI 93, VT 93, LA 92, MS 92, CT 91, ME 91

Hurricane Diane hit the Northeast US later that month, and was followed by more flooding in October.

17 Oct 1955, Page 1 – The Burlington Free Press at Newspapers.com

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2 Responses to August 2, 1955

  1. Michael Peinsipp says:

    I live here in KY. We call those temps ‘SUMMER’.
    Add our humidity, such as this year, and you get a sweat lodge extreme!!!
    Our worry right now is our late crops and enuf DRY time to harvest all.

  2. rah says:

    Atmospheric CO2 level was about 314 ppm at the time.

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