The last time Missouri had a 10 day heatwave of 100 degrees was 1980, when CO2 was below 350 PPM. The average 100 degree heatwave length is now less than three days, compared to six days a century ago. In 1913 and 1936, Clinton and Appleton Missouri had 20 consecutive days over 100 degrees.
Missouri has had no 100 degree days for two years. Experts say heatwaves are getting worse, because they are paid to lie to push the White House agenda.