Utter BS. In 1934, Iowa hit 111 degrees – at the end of May!
1934: What would become one of the hottest summers on record in Iowa began to intensify as a heat wave in the last three days of May resulted in nearly every location in the state exceeding 100 F on at least one of those three days. The heat wave peaked on the 30th when the temperature soared to as high as 111 F near Inwood which is the highest temperature ever recorded in Iowa in May. Other high temperatures on the 30th included 110 F at Boone, 109 F at Logan and Spencer, 108 F at Le Mars, and 107 F at Storm Lake. Des Moines and Sioux City also set their respective May records as both reached a high of 105 F.
The thought process for alarmists is : “It is hot today where I live. CO2 traps heat. The hot weather must be due to CO2.” If someone told them that CO2 turned them into a newt, they would probably believe that too.
h/t to Andy DC