The Heatwave Of 1936 In Wisconsin

Wisconsin has seen 110 degree temperatures during only two years – 1901 and 1936

During the heatwave of 1936, Stanley, WI was over 95 degrees for 13 consecutive days, including two days at 113 degrees and one day at 112 degrees.

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Prior to 1960, Wisconsin had a lot of 95 degree days, but they rarely happen any more. None were recorded in 2014.

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Hansen appears to have ended hot days in Wisconsin with his 1988 testimony.

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8 Responses to The Heatwave Of 1936 In Wisconsin

  1. Steve Case says:

    I remember that summer clearly. My son, who was 12 at the time joined the Sunday morning biking group I was a member of and we peddled down from Brown Deer to the old Milwaukee Road rail yards where the round house was being torn down. When we got home in the early afternoon, my wife said, ” I was worried about you, did you know it’s over 100 today?”

  2. Steve Case says:

    Oh, the summer of 1988, not 1936.

  3. Ted says:

    I’m sure those 110+ days are just an artifact of Time of Observation Bias.
    Do they also correct for Year of Observation Bias?

  4. omanuel says:

    There was little or no central heat air conditioning in 1936, the year I was born in Wichita, Kansas.

    I was told the year brought extreme heat and cold. My mother never completely recovered from childbirth and died in 1940. I am grateful to Steven Goddard aka Tony Heller for confronting our government’s lies about Earth’s climate and Earth’s heat source.

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