Long Heatwaves Are A Thing Of The Past In Illinois

Long stretches of 100 degree weather used to be common in Illinois, but they never happen any more. In 1936, Palestine Illinois had eighteen consecutive days over 100 degrees. The last year to generate a full week over 100 degrees was 1953.

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4 Responses to Long Heatwaves Are A Thing Of The Past In Illinois

  1. Jason Calley says:

    “Long stretches of 100 degree weather used to be common in Illinois, but they never happen any more. ”

    Totally consistent with an increasingly overheated world. Ask any CAGW cult follower.

    Also, up is down, in is out, and black is white.

    (By the way, just in case I have not said so recently, thanks, Tony. I think that your work here has done so much to open so many eyes about the gigantic fraud that is being perpetrated on the people of the world. THANKS!)

  2. emsnews says:

    Obama has announced that ALASKA gets ‘climate change money’ because it is too warm there!!!

    The desire for another Ice Age will probably come true for we are at the further end of this short Interglacial.

  3. rah says:

    Obama gets led by the hand on a short trip to Alaska and one would think according to the press that he was Teddy Roosevelt exploring the Amazon River in wooden canoes. How I hate such pansies!

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