The 200 Hottest Days In The Midwest

All but twelve of the hottest summer days in the Midwest occurred below 350 PPM CO2.  The hottest day this century (July 7, 2012) was more than nine degrees cooler than July 14, 1936 – which averaged 106.2 degrees across the Midwest.

But that certainly didn’t stop Climate Central from lying about the 2012 heatwave.

2012 Heat Wave is Historic, if not Unprecedented | Climate Central

via The Deplorable Climate Science Blog

August 8, 2019 at 10:53AM

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