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July 13, 1936: Eighteen States Over 105 Degrees


July 13, 1936 : Eighteen States Over 105 Degrees

Only July 13, 1936  381 out of 949 reporting HCN stations were over 100F. 208 stations were over 105F – in Illinois, Indiana, Missouri, Indiana, Kentucky, Iowa, Wisconsin, Minnesota, Arizona, Oklahoma, South Dakota, Arkansas, Kansas, Michigan, Nebraska, Ohio, North Dakota, and California Thirty-six stations were over 110F in Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, California, Iowa, Missouri, Wisconsin, […]

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