Mercury 101.3 Fahrenheit/38.5 C - not including the humidity As is always the case now- Cause that's how you present temperatures as hotter then they really are.
Temps as high as 103 F or 39.5 C.
In 1936. Before the industrial revolution. Before mass produced automobiles on the scale of our modern day.
And only a fraction of the population
Going back even further
If you’re looking for a decade of extreme weather – pick the 1930s, not the 2010s. The above graph is from the EPA and shows the Heat Wave Index since 1895. The decade of heat waves was the 1930s (when CO2 was roughly 310 parts per million).
In the mind of the climate cult adherents it is better to ignore the past in favour of fabricating alleged future scenarios with their "models" Aka BIG LIES. The past and the facts don't fit their agenda.