Joe reports the shocking news that it is hot in Arizona – in the summer.
Summer temperatures in Arizona peaked in 1896, and recent summers have been among the coolest on record.
As I mentioned earlier, I was a student at ASU in 1974 – the year they had eighteen days in a row over 110 degrees.
1974 was right at the peak of the global cooling scare. It was also the year of the worst tornado outbreak in US history and some of the worst flooding in Queensland’s history.
More importantly, it was the year that Nixon resigned over something far less serious than Obama’s gun running to Mexico.