Arizona’s Record Heatwaves

Arizona’s record heatwave occurred 85 years ago, when Buckeye had 208 days over 90 degrees from March 4th to November 11

The longest stretch of 100 degree days was 142 from April 20 to October 18, 1958 at Parker.

The longest stretch of 110 degree days was 62 at Parker from June 7 to September 12, 1902

The longest stretch of 120 degree days was nine from July 4 to August 7, 1905 at Parker

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New Video : Even More Fraud From The Union Of Concerned Scientists

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Tennessee’s Worst Heatwave

From June 9 to September 14, 1936, Tennessee had 37 days over 100F, topping out at 109F on June 28. I wonder why Al Gore doesn’t remember that?

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Climate Science : Worse Than Alchemy

Climate alarmists believe they can control hurricanes and sea level rise by building windmills. The difference between them and alchemists is that there was some truth to alchemy.  You actually can turn uranium to lead.

The world’s leading climate scientist believes that a 100 degree day in Alabama during September was caused by global warming.

In 1954, Greensboro, Alabama had 41 days over 100 degrees.  The first occurred on June 26, and the last on October 6. Six days reached 105 degrees that summer.

Instead of correcting himself when his error was pointed out, he went on a Twitter rampage, declared anyone who disagreed with him to be a racist, misogynist Russian bot, and blocked hundreds of people. And not a peep of criticism from his colleagues, the press or his bootlickers in the press.

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Nebraska’s Longest Heatwave

From March 25 to October 12, 1956, Beaver City, Nebraska was over 90 degrees on 103 days. Temperatures peaked on August 16 at 109 degrees.

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Maryland’s Worst Heatwave

From May 5 to September 27, 1930, Glenn Dale Bell, Station Maryland had 76 days over 90F, including 16 days over 100F. Two days reached 105F . Imagine the mass hysteria in Washington DC if that happened now.

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Wisconsin’s Longest Heatwaves

From June 15 to September 7, 1901  Prairie du Chien, Wisconsin had 36 days over 95 degrees, peaking at 110 degrees on July 22.

22 Jul 1901, 1 – The Oshkosh Northwestern at Newspapers.com

New York also had one of their worst heatwaves that summer.

Another remarkable heatwave occurred in 1895. From April 18 to September 25, 1895 Prairie du Chien had at least 120 days over 80F, including 90 degrees on April 22.

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More Russian Bots

Climate alarmists have determined that anyone who disagrees with their seemingly bottomless insanity – must be a racist, misogynist, hater and Russian bot. What other possible reason could there be to disagree with them?

‘Trollbots’ Swarm Twitter with Attacks on Climate Science Ahead of UN Summit | InsideClimate News

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Iowa’s Longest Heatwave – July 1901

From July 8-26 1901, Logan, Iowa was over 100 degrees every day – topping out at 110 degrees on July 24. Atmospheric CO2 was 300 PPM at the time.

24 Jul 1901, 1 – Davenport Weekly Republican at Newspapers.com

Summers used to be much hotter in the Midwest than they are now.

Meanwhile,  fraudsters at the “Union of Concerned Scientists” continue their shameless lies.

UCS Extreme Heat Report: A Call to Action on Midwest Clean Energy – Union of Concerned Scientists

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US Climate Getting Milder

The percent of very cold nights and very hot days have both declined in the US. In other words, the US climate is getting less extreme.

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