This Date in History

August 3, 1931: The second hottest day of the 1931 summer descended on Washington, sending fourteen heat victims to the hospital and playing havoc with 175 prisoners in a small cell block at Police Court. The maximum temperature was 98 at 2 o’clock in the afternoon, exceeded once before that summer by 1 degree, on July 20.

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