Twenty Five Degrees Cooler In Iowa Than 1936

The forecast high for Rock Rapids, Iowa tomorrow is 84 degrees. It was 109 degrees on the same date in 1936. Experts tell us that 2012 is hotter than 1936.

Iowa temperatures August 24, 1936
  ROCK RAPIDS    	109
  LOGAN          	108
  LE MARS        	107
  ESTHERVILLE 2 N	106
  FORT DODGE 5NNW	106
  STORM LAKE 2 E 	106
  ALBIA 3 NNE    	105
  FAIRFIELD      	105
  IOWA FALLS     	105
  ROCKWELL CITY  	105
  BELLE PLAINE   	104
  CLARINDA       	104
  WASHINGTON     	104
  ALGONA 3 W     	103
  INDIANOLA 2W   	103
  MT PLEASANT 1 S	103
  MT AYR         	102
  TOLEDO 3N      	100
  FOREST CITY 2 N	99
  CLINTON #1     	98
  NEW HAMPTON    	96
  FAYETTE        	95
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5 Responses to Twenty Five Degrees Cooler In Iowa Than 1936

  1. Andy DC says:

    It’s worse than we thought! 1936, not 2012.

  2. Don Sutherland says:

    Nationwide, July 2012 had a higher mean temperature than July 1936 according to the NOAA. The NOAA has not said that August 2012 is hotter than 1936 (and readings to data indicate that it is not).

  3. Don Sutherland says:

    Now, if the comment about 2012 being warmer than 1936 concerns the year-to-date period (January-July) rather than August, there is no real “contest.” 2012 has been far warmer than 1936. The January-July 2012 mean temperature for the contiguous U.S. was 56.41°F. The same period in 1936 had a mean temperature of 51.78°F. The last time any January-July period was at least as cool was 1993 with a mean temperature of 51.32°F.

  4. Andy DC says:

    Nothing like using fabricated data from agenda driven zealots to “prove” a fraudulent premises.

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