Cool weather has broken a previous low temperature for July 21 in Nashville that was set when Rutherford B. Hayes was president.
When the temperature at the National Weather Service station dipped to 58 degrees at 5:30 a.m. on Tuesday, it wiped out the previous record low for the date of 60 degrees, which was set in 1877.
While everyone is chuckling at the irony of the inconveniently cold temperatures in Tennessee, a check of the local Nashville Public Library reveals that of the eight DVD copies of Al Gore’s science fiction movie, An Inconvenient Truth, in the library’s inventory, seven are sitting on the shelf available to check out.
But, if you want to read Dr. Roy Spencer’s book, Climate Confusion, you’ll have to put a hold on it.
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