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160 Degree Spread In 1936

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.

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The Mind Blowing Heat Of 1936

During the summer of 1936, Seymour, Indiana had 49 days over 100 degrees and reached 113 F (45C) Most of the 100 degree days came during two heatwaves. A 15 day stretch in July and a 20 day stretch in August. … Continue reading

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Extreme Weather In 1936

Contrary to the lies of a few key government scientists propagandists, the US climate has been getting less extreme over time. But it wasn’t always that way. During July, 1936 afternoons at Langdon Exp Farm, North Dakota averaged nearly 95F (35C) … Continue reading

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1936 – The Hottest And Coldest Year In US History

Eighty years ago this month was one of the coldest months in US history. Prairie du Chien Wisconsin had 21 nights below 0F, and nine nights below -20F The summer of 1936 was the hottest in history. Prairie du Chien recorded … Continue reading

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2015 Vs 1936

There was very little hot weather in the US in 2015. Claims that it was a hot year are propaganda, not science. 2015 was one of the least hot years on record in the US

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In 1936, Forest Fires Were Seen As The Greatest Threat To California

More information about forest fires which Katharine Hayhoe and Barack Obama don’t want you to know about. 5 Dec 1936, Page 7 – at Newspapers.com The 1868 fire burned up 75 miles of mountains from Pescadero to Gilroy.

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July 13, 1936 – 112 Degrees In Michigan

Chicago Tribune July 14, 1936 | Chicago Tribune Archive Chicago Tribune July 14, 1936 | Chicago Tribune Archive

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Heatwave Of July 1936 At Hancock, Wisconsin

Summers used to be much hotter in the US. During the heatwave of 1936, Hancock WI was over 95 degrees on twelve consecutive days. Eight of those days were over 100 degrees, and two were over 110 degrees. Those eight days … Continue reading

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The Heatwave Of 1936 In Wisconsin

Wisconsin has seen 110 degree temperatures during only two years – 1901 and 1936 During the heatwave of 1936, Stanley, WI was over 95 degrees for 13 consecutive days, including two days at 113 degrees and one day at 112 … Continue reading

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St Patrick’s Day, 1936

On St. Patty’s Day, 1936 most of the Eastern US was underwater. The water at Pittsburgh was 46 feet deep.  My grandfather was rescued from downtown Pittsburgh by boat. Floodwaters threatened the Capitol Building and White House. 20 Mar 1936 … Continue reading

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