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Adelaide December 1932 : Seven Consecutive Days Over 40 Degrees

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Australia’s Bureau of Meteorology, trumpeted by the global warming alarmist ABC, are claiming Adelaide’s projected 4 day heatwave, will break a record.

Bureau of Meteorology senior forecaster Matt Collopy said that “four days greater than a record of 40C in Adelaide has never happened in December since records began in 1887”.

However in 1932, Adelaide endured 7 consecutive days with the mercury rising beyond 100F (104F = 40C).

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HEAT, WAVE.

ABNORMAL CONDITIONS IN SOUTH AUSTRALIA.

ADELAIDE, Dec. 31. — Today was the seventh consecutive day in which the temperature went over the century. The maximum today was 103.4 degrees (40 degrees C). Seven days with the thermometer over 100 degrees is easily a record for December but is two days short of the record for months other than December; for in January ,1858, and again in February and March, 1872, there were nine days in succession in which the glass recorded the century. The “weather man” said to-day that he expected the conditions to get worse before they got better.

1932 – HEAT WAVE. ABNORMAL CONDITIONS IN SOUTH AUSTRALIA.

Carbon Dioxide “Carbon Pollution” concentration at the time was 310 parts per million. CO2 levels today are around 400ppm.

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