On February 15, 1936 Ada Minnesota set their all-time cold record of -53°F. Less than five months later they set their all-time hot record of 111°F on July 6, 1936. That is a spread of 164 degrees.
On this date in 1922, Ada was 99°F. Today’s forecast high is 35 degrees cooler at 64°F.
One hundred degree days were very common in Ada when CO2 was below 350 PPM, but they almost never happen any more. There has only been one 100 degree day in Ada since 1988. but in 1936 they had twelve consecutive 100 degree days and eighteen during the summer.
For the entire state of Minnesota, the frequency of hot days has plummeted over the past 120 years. Since CO2 hit 350 PPM, they rarely have 95 degree days any more.
The last really hot summer Minnesota had was 1988, when Hansen gave his testimony to Congress warning that we were all going to burn up. And NOAA says this is the hottest year ever.