Heatwaves Of 1895

There was a global heatwave and drought during 1895 and 1896 which led to the deaths of tens of millions of people around the world. In Ohio, there were more record warm days during 1895 than during any other year.

The record heatwaves of 1895 peaked on May 4, June 2, September 21 and December 20.

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  1. Brian Barrett says:

    Tony, I love your stuff on Twitter. I have a locked account for professional reasons so I can’t interact there. We also left Boulder a few years back after raising a family there for 20 years. I abandoned a real estate business that I had cultivated in that time. Your “open air insane asylum” description is spot on. Love it! We went back to Boulder for the first time last summer for the Dead and Co shows and I promptly got bit by a methhead’s pitbull. Fun stuff! Cheers from lovely Midway, UT. They don’t do insane asylum up here!

    PS – Your climate data and posts are much appreciated.

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