Ninety-Nine Percent Of Iowa July Record Daily Maximums Occurred Below 350 PPM CO2

Ninety-two percent of all USHCN Iowa July record daily maximums occurred prior to 1955. As the EPA reports, US heatwaves were much more severe during the 1930s.

Check out this heatwave from May, 1934! If we had a May heatwave like that now, Joe Romm would demand immediate world communism.

  IOWA Temperatures - May 30, 1934  
  LOGAN          	109
  LE MARS        	108
  STORM LAKE 2 E 	107
  ALGONA 3 W     	106
  ESTHERVILLE 2 N	106
  FORT DODGE 5NNW	106
  INDIANOLA 2W   	106
  ROCK RAPIDS    	106
  ROCKWELL CITY  	106
  CLARINDA       	105
  IOWA FALLS     	105
  ALBIA 3 NNE    	103
  BELLE PLAINE   	103
  MT AYR         	103
  TOLEDO 3N      	102
  FOREST CITY 2 N	101
  FAIRFIELD      	100
  FAYETTE        	100

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2 Responses to Ninety-Nine Percent Of Iowa July Record Daily Maximums Occurred Below 350 PPM CO2

  1. Andy DC says:

    More records set in 1900 than all the years from 1937-2011. Stop the show, that represents catastrophic warming! (extreme sarc.) We should all be charged with crimes against humanity for questioning Hansen’s rigged data.

  2. Eric Webb says:

    extreme heat in the 1930s would make some sense given the dust bowl was in it’s prime during that period of time, and the lack of water, and it’s vitality as an essential greenhouse, and without its property of high heat content, allowed temperatures to soar, to levels still way higher than anything that’s occuring today.

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