1896 – Bourke Never Dropped Below 100 Degrees For Six Weeks

Hansen says bad heatwaves were almost impossible before the dice were loaded.

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08 Feb 1929 – HEAT WAVE OF 1896 114 DEGREES AT BOURKE FOR PERI…

h/t to Jody

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1 Response to 1896 – Bourke Never Dropped Below 100 Degrees For Six Weeks

  1. Rosco says:

    I lived in Charleville in 1984 and went to Bourke during summer.

    It was damn hot in both places and to cool off I mover to the tropics – Mackay – where the cooling effect of the Pacific Ocean made life more enjoyable.

    No winter though.

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