This is a scary Halloween post - scary for people who believe in Global Warming, anyway. I've posted for years and years about how the temperature data is adjusted to show warming that is not seen in the recorded data. I've also posted about how temperature records cannot be adjusted, and are an uncomfortable topic for global warmers to explain - for example, if world climate is getting hotter, why is the highest recorded temperature in the USA from 1913?
Well here is another example of that, from Halloween 100 years ago. From the Wikipedia article about the town of Marble Bar, Australia:
The town set a world record of most consecutive days of 100 °F (37.8 °C) or above, during a period of 160 days from 31 October 1923 to 7 April 1924.
That's almost half a year over 100 °F. you'd think that if the world were warming you would see a longer consecutive hot streak, but you don't. So this must be an example of weather, not climate. You remember the difference, don't you?
Weather: a local condition unrelated to global climate.
Climate: anything that proves Global Warming.