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Daily Archives: February 14, 2016
Summer afternoon temperatures in Wisconsin have dropped about ten degrees since the 1930s. The hottest days are also down about 10 degrees. And the number of hot days has declined by 90%. US government criminals of course claim the exact … Continue reading
Last Valentines Day was the coldest on record at Amherst, Massachusetts at -10F (-23C) This year has already broken last year’s record cold at -12F Meanwhile, climate experts say that the North Pole is melting, due to people in Massachusetts using … Continue reading
Bottineau, North Dakota recorded both their hottest (44C) and coldest (-45C) days on record in 1936. That is a spread of 160 degrees F between February 12 and July 12.