January 1906 Heatwave

21 Jan 1906, 1 – New-York Tribune at Newspapers.com

08 Jan 1906 – THE HEAT WAVE – Trove

08 Jan 1906 – EXTENSIVE HEAT WAVE. – Trove

A tornado on March 2, 1906 was reported to have killed more than 100 people at Meridian, Mississippi.

03 Mar 1906, 1 – The Missoulian at Newspapers.com

This came a few weeks before the the San Francisco earthquake and fire which was predicted by Astronomer Abbe Moreaux based on sunspots.

Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Times Dispatch — 29 October 1905

21 Apr 1906 – Terrible Earthquake. – Trove

The 1906 San Francisco Earthquake and Fire

It was also a few weeks after the hottest day on record in Victoria and West Australia.


08 Jan 1906 – THE HEAT WAVE – Trove

Papers Past | Newspapers | Colonist | 8 January 1906 | HEAT WAVE AUSTRALIA.

08 Jan 1906 – AT MILDURA. – Trove

06 Jan 1906 – THE HEAT WAVE. – Trove

On January 5, 1906 Mildura, Victoria reached 123F.

06 Jan 1906 – MILDURA FRUIT SEASON – Trove

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4 Responses to January 1906 Heatwave

  1. Steve Cooksey says:

    We’re supposed to feel guilty if it’s hot, cold, dry, or wet.

    • conrad ziefle says:

      No you’re supposed to get down on your knees before the WEF and Biden, Mann et al and say, “Master, tell me what I have to give up to make you happy.”

  2. spren says:

    Why is it always “the hottest day” since a previous time they report? Doesn’t that inform people that it has been hotter in the past and this new warm day is nothing exceptionable? This stuff is crazier by the day.

    • conrad ziefle says:

      Yeah, exactly. And it’s pretty much been shown that many of the temperature stations have had urban heat islands grow up around them. It is to Mann’s benefit to use these as “pristine” stations. Why they weren’t paralleled 20-30 years ago, with a new, more rural station, is a big question.

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