Extreme Weather In 1935

Most people think of 1935 as being the Dust Bowl.

But 1935 also had record precipitation and hurricanes. On May 31, 1935, Woodward Ranch, Texas set the world record with 22 inches of rain in less than three hours.

Colorado got nearly that much rain a few hours earlier.

Extreme Weather: A Guide & Record Book – Christopher C. Burt – Google Books

Labor Day, 1935 brought the most intense hurricane on record in the US. The Category 5 winds actually blew a train 30 feet of the tracks in the Florida keys.

CO2 was below 310 PPM at the time. There is zero evidence that CO2 increases severe weather, but since when does the left care about facts or evidence?

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    Spurwing Plover

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    And in 1935 we had no troublemakers from Greenpeace making unwelcome pests of themselves WWII was four years away FDR was in the oval office and Al Bore had yet to be born

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