Coming Up On The 100th Anniversary Of Earth’s Hottest Week

From July 8-14 1913, afternoon temperatures at Greenland Ranch, California averaged almost 130F with the hottest day at 134F – the hottest temperature ever recorded on Earth.

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docs.lib.noaa.gov/rescue/mwr/050/mwr-050-01-0010.pdf

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4 Responses to Coming Up On The 100th Anniversary Of Earth’s Hottest Week

  1. Andy DC says:

    They were able to do it without asphalt, concrete and air conditioning/jet exhaust. Or people crazed with greed from an agenda!

  2. Stephen Richards says:

    So that’s the Greenland where they thought the ice was melting.

  3. Ugar says:

    That’s not Earth’s hottest week. That’s one spot on the Earth. Just like July 21, 1983 was not the coldest week on Earth (record low in Antarctica).

    There’s these things called hemispheres. Maybe you’ve heard of them? When it’s warm in one it’s usually cold in the other…

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