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The 2022 Summer Solstice-ish Scorcher(s)


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Here's one for the climo stat geeks: Any summer high temp records left at any of the major Midwest/Great Lakes stations that don't belong to 1988, 1995 or 2012?

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3 minutes ago, CheeselandSkies said:

Here's one for the climo stat geeks: Any summer high temp records left at any of the major Midwest/Great Lakes stations that don't belong to 1988, 1995 or 2012?

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1934 and 1936 say hi. Along with 1955, 1976, 1953, and an assortment of other one off years. So yes there are plenty of non 1988,1995, and 2012 records.

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12 minutes ago, Chicago Storm said:

Peak temps of 100 MDW and 98 ORD so far coming up to 3PM.

Also 98 peak so far at RFD.

Here's a scary thought.  We get 100 at MDW and PWK but not ORD.  The horror.

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Unless MKE can work some magic, it will get 99'ed again this week.  It hit 99 last week as well.  I forecasted 101 today...was hoping we could mix just a bit better.

96.3 on the home weather station so far today.  Last week I had 96.7.  Palms and other tropicals are loving it.

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1 hour ago, Chicago Storm said:


Too many to mention.

 

1 hour ago, Geoboy645 said:

1934 and 1936 say hi. Along with 1955, 1976, 1953, and an assortment of other one off years. So yes there are plenty of non 1988,1995, and 2012 records.

Goes to show, a climate stat geek I am not. :lol:

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2 hours ago, TheClimateChanger said:

Up to 98 degrees in Toledo, Ohio. Could be the first 100 there since July 7, 2012. If it does reach 100F, it would tie the daily record from 1988. It would also tie June 21, 1988 as the earliest 100F+ reading on record in Toledo.

As of the 5 pm climate report, it appears to have stalled out at 99F. Interestingly, there was a 38F diurnal range (99F/61F). There was also a 38F diurnal range on June 21, 1988, when it hit 100F. Unusual to see a below normal low temperature on a day when the high is approaching 100 degrees.

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9 minutes ago, hardypalmguy said:

MKE did it.

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Not everyday you have Milwaukee so much warmer than Madison during the summer. Especially with heat like this. Even with UHI, General Mitchell normally has at least some lake influence even if the bulk of the metro doesn't. Madison only topped out at 93 today so far, although that's probably not going to change, a much more pedestrian number.

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