Climate criminals now get hysterical about one day of 96 degree temperatures in summer, and claim they are the hottest ever.
Let’s put this in perspective. In 1913, Greenland Ranch California had a week where every day was between 127 and 134 degrees.
During January, 1896 – Gundabooka, NSW had ten consecutive days over 120 degrees. Mark Twain implied that they must have been near hell.
During 1923-1924, Marble Bar, WA had 160 consecutive days over 100 degrees.
In 1913, Clinton, Missouri had 20 consecutive days over 100 degrees – the longest such stretch in Midwest history.
During July, 1936 – Ada, Minnesota had 12 consecutive days over 100 degrees. Minnesota hasn’t recorded any 100 degree days for the past two years.
Heatwaves used to be much worse. Climate criminals are lying about this, like they do about everything else.