Heatwaves In The Southeastern US Peaked In 1939

The world’s greatest climatologist says that heatwaves are due to global warming, and were impossible in the past.

Heat Waves “Almost Certainly” Due to Global Warming? “The climate dice are now loaded,” NASA’s James Hansen says.


The longest stretch of 90 degree days in the southeastern US occurred in 1939, when Plain Dealing, LA was over 90 degrees for 115 consecutive days – from June 9 to September 29.

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2 Responses to Heatwaves In The Southeastern US Peaked In 1939

  1. geran says:

    Amazing how you can find this kind of stuff! Probably very few people have ever heard of Plain Dealing, LA, one of my old stomping grounds.

    Keep up the great work!

  2. Andy DC says:

    You have provided so much data disproving any warming that it is no wonder the alarmists refuse to debate.

    To anyone who looks at the actual data, it is settled science that there is nothing resembling catastrophic warming taking place, if any warming at all.

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