The warmest Valentines Day in the US occurred 100 years ago in 1921.
But this year, the US is looking at record cold.
In 1921, the New York Times reported that Earth had a fever.
The average daily maximum temperature in the US during 1921 was the second highest on record.
The percent of warm days in the US was highest on record in 1921. The two least warm years of past century were 2018 and 2019.
The year 1921 brought a lot of extreme weather.
Pueblo, Colorado was largely wiped out by a flood during June, 1921. Much of Kansas suffered damage, and there was flooding on the Pecos River in New Mexico and Texas.
It is estimated that 1,500 people in Pueblo, Colorado died during that flood.
It was the hottest year on record in Texas.
NOAA used to acknowledge this
But reality didn’t suit the political agenda of NOAA, so they erased the past heat in Texas and turned sharp cooling into sharp warming.
Texas had their longest heatwave at Encinal in 1921, 157 consecutive days above 90F from May 8 to October 11, 1921.
Beaufort, South Carolina was over 90 degrees every day during September, 1921 – the South Carolina record.
Glennville, Georgia had 29 days over 90 degrees during September, 1921 – the Georgia record for September.
Lumberton, North Carolina’s had 27 days over 90 degrees during September 1921, the North Carolina record for September
I will report the results for Valentines Day in a few weeks, but I am expecting it to be coldest on record.
via Real Climate Science
February 10, 2021 at 03:30PM