Summer Of 1938

During 1938, Oklahoma City had 144 days over 90 degrees. Now they average about 50.

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2 Responses to Summer Of 1938

  1. Andy DC says:

    Looking at that chart, who in their right mind would come up with the crazy notion that there has been anything remotely approaching catastrophic warming?

  2. darrylb says:

    I also have temp records of all US stations, and here in Southern MN, the previous years in the 30’s were even worse.
    In fact for the month of July the temp got above 100 deg F every day and many days above 105.
    The mean temperature on many days was over 90. Now, if it reaches 90, it is considered to be a scorcher, and almost record setting.
    If that were to happen now, we would have CO2 talk coming out of well,— never mind.

    Dad said that during those years, (no air conditioners) they tried sleeping partially submerged in the lake.

    I can only imagine what it was like further to the south, wait!, I can check that out.

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