This Date In 1917 – 128 Degrees At Ojai, California

Ojai is just inland from Santa Barbara and is one of my favorite towns in California. On this date in 1917 the reported temperature was 128 degrees, and the town burned up. Today is 57 degrees cooler than 1917. Way … Continue reading → via Real Climate Science https://ift.tt/2Y7HhrN June 16, 2020 at 05:06PM

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This Date In 1917 – 128 Degrees At Ojai, California

Posted on June 16, 2020 by tonyheller

Ojai is just inland from Santa Barbara and is one of my favorite towns in California. On this date in 1917 the reported temperature was 128 degrees, and the town burned up. Today is 57 degrees cooler than 1917.

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17 Jun 1917, 1 – The Salt Lake Tribune at Newspapers.com

h/t Don Penim

The hottest June 16 across the US occurred a year later in 1918, and the second hottest occurred in 1913

A few weeks later in 1913, California set the world record temperature of 134 degrees.

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And a few weeks earlier was some of the worst flooding, tornadoes and fires in US history.

27 Mar 1913, Page 1 – The Washington Post at Newspapers.com

27 Mar 1913, Page 1 – Harrisburg Telegraph at Newspapers.com

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One Response to This Date In 1917 – 128 Degrees At Ojai, California

June 16, 2020 at 05:06PM

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