July 22, 1926 : Hottest Day In New York History

On July 22, 1926, temperatures hit 108 degrees at Troy and 106 degrees at West Point. New York City was relatively cool at 100 degrees.

Troy is forecast to be 22 degrees cooler today than it was on the same day in 1926. Experts tell us that this dramatic reduction in temperature since 1926 is due to man-made global warming.

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