If you can’t stand the heat, get out of Egg Harbor, Wisconsin
According to the monitoring stations NOAA uses to monitor “Climate Change,” Lake Michigan boiled away earlier this summer and the temperature on the fourth of July was a sizzling 600 degrees in Egg Harbor WI.
Egg Harbor, Wisconsin, really got cooking this July 4th around 9:59AM, according to NOAA and Coast Watch. It was there, at the bottom left row of the temperature data points, that the records reveal on that day a phenomenally furnace-like 600 degrees Fahrenheit.Further analysis of the web pages shows that the incredibly wide temperature swings were occurring in remarkably short 10-hour periods-and sometimes in less than 5 hours. Strangely, none of the 250 citizens of the 78 families living in the village appeared to notice this apocalyptic heatwave during their holiday festivities.
Something is sure being cooked here, but it isn’t Egg Harbor, Wisconsin.