h/t Don Penim
January and February. 1911 brought record heat to the Southeast US.
May, 1911 brought precedent 100 degree temperatures to Maine and Quebec. May 22, 1911 brought the hottest May temperatures ever recorded in Maine, Vermont and New Hampshire.
This was followed by the hottest July 4th on record in the US, during a two week heatwave which killed thousands of people in New England. July 3rd, 1911 was the hottest day on record in New Hampshire. July 4th, 1911 was the hottest day on record in Massachusetts and Vermont, and July 10, 1911 was the hottest day on record in Maine.
And Europe had a seventy day long heatwave which killed tens of thousands of people.
London was 100 degrees on August 9, 1911.
More than a thousand people died in Germany.
If climate science was an actual science, academics would want to understand the heat of 1911 – rather than try to make it disappear.
via Real Climate Science
February 5, 2021 at 07:14PM