Monday, November 30, 2020
Home Left Column 'There are 50 states, 12 months per year, and four opportunities for each...

‘There are 50 states, 12 months per year, and four opportunities for each state to set a hottest/coldest/wettest/driest record each month. The temperature record is about 100 years long. That means that approximately 24 state min/max/wet/dry records should be set every year’

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