Peak Summer Temperatures In Wisconsin Plummeting Since The 19th Century

Prior to 1938, Wisconsin never had a summer which didn’t reach 95 degrees. They happen all the time now. In 1936, Stanley, Wisconsin reached 113 degrees.ScreenHunter_2799 Sep. 14 17.35

 

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3 Responses to Peak Summer Temperatures In Wisconsin Plummeting Since The 19th Century

  1. Andy DC says:

    The Emporer has absolutely no clothes.

  2. Steve Case says:

    Keep it coming,

  3. Overheard in a Wisconsin church …. “Praise be to Cheeses!”

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