By Paul Homewood
In their National State Of The Climate Report for 2012, NOAA highlighted a list of all-time temperature records that had been tied or broken during the year. Altogether, the list ran to 355 records, which would leave the innocent observer believing that many places had been hotter than “ever before”, or, at least, since official records began in 1895.
But is that really the case? We have already seen that top temperatures in Kansas during, the summers of 1934 & 1936, were much higher than 2012 at nearly every location, despite NOAA claiming 22 new records last year. Let’s now take a look at Ohio.
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