100 Degrees In Minnesota And North Dakota On April 21, 1980

realclimatescience.com | 4/21/1980 | Staff
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This week in 1980 marked the beginning of one of the longest heatwaves in US history. April 21, 1980 brought 100 degree temperatures to Minnesota and North Dakota.

During that heatwave, the Midwest had 52 days over 100 degrees, and 129 days over 90 degrees. The hottest temperature recorded was 110 degrees.

Texas - Days

Texas had 216 days over 90F and 112...
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