August 10 1936 : Almost All Of Oklahoma Over 110 Degrees

Time of observation bias can not affect record high temperatures.

The forecast for Meeker on August 10, 2012 is twenty-two degrees cooler than 1936.

Oklahoma August 10, 1936
  MEEKER 5 W     	119
  DURANT         	118
  HOLDENVILLE 2SS	118
  MUSKOGEE       	118
  TAHLEQUAH      	118
  JEFFERSON      	117
  ANTLERS        	116
  CARNEGIE 5 NE  	116
  CLAREMORE 2 ENE	116
  ENID           	116
  GUTHRIE 5S     	116
  PERRY          	116
  ADA            	115
  ALTUS IRIG RSCH	115
  HENNESSEY 4 ESE	115
  KINGFISHER     	115
  OKEMAH         	115
  WEBBERS FALLS 5	115
  CHEROKEE       	114
  MIAMI          	114
  NEWKIRK 1NW    	114
  OKMULGEE WTR WK	114
  STILLWATER 2 W 	114
  ARDMORE        	113
  BARTLESVILLE MU	113
  LAWTON         	113
  MUTUAL         	113
  PAULS VALLEY 4 	113
  PAWHUSKA       	113
  GEARY          	112
  HOBART MUNI AP 	112
  MANGUM         	112
  WAURIKA        	112
  WEATHERFORD    	112
  BUFFALO 2 SSW  	111
  BEAVER         	110
  HOOKER         	106
  GOODWELL RSCH S	105
  BOISE CITY 2 E 	101
  KENTON         	101

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2 Responses to August 10 1936 : Almost All Of Oklahoma Over 110 Degrees

  1. Andy DC says:

    What is striking are all the temps of 115 or higher. The data shows very good iniformity, much more so than today. Even if you toss out the top 3 readings, it is still an impressive data set.

  2. tckev says:

    This true on this earth but in Hansenworld things are so different, so much cooler.

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