Summer of 1816 in New Hampshire: A Tale of Two Freezes

Such an interesting read

Watts Up With That?


This web page was written in 2016 during the 200th anniversary of the Year without a Summer. It probably has a lot of company, it certainly does with many earlier books and web pages, including my own NH-centric perspective of the events that year. Like most of those other sources, the emphasis is on events. Here, the emphasis is on the weather that spring and summer and how that led to the events described in those other sources.

Tomorrow, 200 years ago, New England was hit by a cold wave that brought two snowstorms and a killing frost that killed much of the young crops.

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