July 12, 1936 : 110F In Minnesota

Only one Minnesota station didn’t make it to 100F On July 12, 1936.  Thirteen stations were above 105F, and Ada, Minnesota reached 110F.

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4 Responses to July 12, 1936 : 110F In Minnesota

  1. Traitor In Chief says:

    You’re gonna make McKitten’s head pop

  2. Pathway says:

    That’s amazing. I live in the high desert at the upper end of the Colorado Plateau and we never approach those kinds of temperatures. 104 tops.

  3. DarrylB says:

    (In Minnesota) Before air conditioning–Dad said that at night that summer, they would try to sleep outside, sometimes partially submerged in the lake. Of course with all our 10,000 lakes (actually it is closer to 15,000) the mosquito population is always high. That was during the height of the depression—– good ol days!

  4. Andy DC says:

    So one station only made it to 98. Shame on them!

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