Illinois Weather Trivia for August 27th

8/27/1936
The summer of 1936 set many heat-related records across central Illinois, including the number of days with highs of 100 degrees or higher. During that torrid summer, Springfield had 27 days with highs 100 or above, and Peoria recorded 23 days.

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