This Is What Climate Change Looks Like

February, 1936 was the coldest month in US history and July, 1936 was the first or second hottest. In between those months was some of the most deadly weather in US history.

08 Apr 1936 – STORMS IN U.S.A. Devastating Tomado Heavy Casual…

Too bad Joe Romm and Bill McKibben weren’t there to blame it on future SUVs.

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2 Responses to This Is What Climate Change Looks Like

  1. Andy DC says:

    The death toll in the Tupelo, MS tornado and Gainesville, GA tornado each topped 200. They struck only one day apart.

    Also September 1935 produced the most intense landfalling hurricane on record (Florida Keys) and March 1936 produced devastating flooding over a huge area of the Northeast and Midwest. Many of the record high stages in that event still stand.

  2. Eric Webb says:

    I thought climate change was supposed to look like orange haze. For AGW believers, stupidity and ignorance have no bounds.

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