Gore Effect Update : Tennessee 24 Degrees Cooler Today Than 1930

On August 9, 1930 every station in Al Gore’s home state was over 100 degrees, including 110 degrees at Dickson and Jackson. The forecast for Dickson today is 86 degrees, which is 24 degrees cooler than 1930.

ScreenHunter_67 Aug. 08 05.00

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2 Responses to Gore Effect Update : Tennessee 24 Degrees Cooler Today Than 1930

  1. squid2112 says:

    And our permanent drought has disappeared. We are now manufacturing canoe’s and SCUBA gear as fast we can.

    This year in Nashville, not one single day hit 100F … that is rather unusual all in itself.

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