1936 Spring Flood Covered 14 States, Left Hundreds Of Thousands Homeless

The most extreme weather year in US history was 1936. It was marked by a record cold winter, followed by a record hot summer combined with extreme drought, tornadoes and flooding.

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The Sydney Morning Herald – Google News Archive Search

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20 Mar 1936 – ALL EASTERN AMERICA UNDER FLOOD WATERS Terrible…

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28 May 1936 – Disastrous Forest Fire NEW YORK, Tuesday.

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3 Responses to 1936 Spring Flood Covered 14 States, Left Hundreds Of Thousands Homeless

  1. Billy Liar says:

    That’s nowhere near as extreme as 2012. Hundreds of New Yorkers were inconvenienced in 2012 because the subway wasn’t running.

  2. Simply superb!
    I often wonder what percentage of “global warming” possess degrees in SCIENCE and the scientific method. In REAL science, nothing is “true”: it all comes down to the PROBABILITY of a “null hypothesis”.

  3. Simply superb!
    I often wonder what percentage of “global warming” adherents [CORRECTION] possess degrees in SCIENCE and the scientific method. In REAL science, nothing is “true”: it all comes down to the PROBABILITY of a “null hypothesis”.

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