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Active Weather Pattern Expected From the Midwest to the Southern Plains; Dangerous Heat Likely in Southern Texas

A strong storm system will bring numerous to widespread severe thunderstorms across portions of the Midwest and Upper Great Lakes Tuesday. Tornadoes (a few strong), damaging winds and large hail are expected. Record high temperatures will be possible over southern Texas the next several days. This may lead to dangerous heat concerns especially for areas already without power. Read More >

 

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Last update: April 4, 2024

 

Temperature Records

Daily Maximum and Minimum Extremes

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Year by Year List of Number of Days of Minimum Temperatures of 0F or Less

Monthly Temperature Data

Highest and Lowest Monthly Average Temperatures (Including Average Monthly Maximums and Average Monthly Minimums)
Average Number of Days in a Month with a Minimum Temperature of 0F or Less
Greatest Number of Days in a Month with a Minimum Temperature of 0F or Less
Average Number of Days in a Month with a Minimum Temperature of 32F or Less
Greatest Number of Days in One Month with a Maximum Temperature of 32F or Lower
Normal Number of Days with Maximum Temperatures 32F or Less
Average and Greatest Number of Days in a Month with Maximum Temperatures greater than 90F, 95F, 100F
Greatest Number of Days in One Month with a Temperature of 90F or Greater
Greatest Number of Days in One Month with a Temperature of 95F or Greater
Greatest Number of Days in One Month with a Temperature of 100F or Greater
Cooling Degree Days by Month
Heating Degree Days by Month

Yearly Temperature Data

Annual Average Temperature By Year
Annual Average Temperature Highest to Lowest
Highest and Lowest Annual Average Temperature
Number of Days in a Year with Maximum Temperatures Exceeding 90F, 95F and 100F

Seasonal Temperature Data

Highest, Lowest, and Normal Average Temperatures
Winter (December-February)
Spring (March-May)
Summer (June-August)
Fall (September-November)
Summer Season Table

Greatest Number of Consecutive Days Records

Minimum Temperature of 0F or Less
Minimum Temperature of 32F or Below
Maximum Temperature of 32F or Lower
>Temperature of 90F or Higher
Temperature of 95F or Higher
Temperature of 100F or Higher

Other Temperature Records

Earliest and Latest Occurrence of Specific Temperatures
Earliest and Latest Freezes for Spring and Fall
Growing Season Climate Data by Base Temperature
Longest and Shortest Freeze Free Periods
Minimum and Maximum Growing Season Lengths by Base Temperature
Holiday Weather Information
Average First and Last Dates for Various Temperatures

Precipitation Records

Daily Maximum and Minimum Extremes

Percentage of Years With Measurable Precipitation on Any Particular Day

Maximum Daily Precipitation Records

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Monthly Preciptation Records

Highest, Lowest, and Normal Monthly Precipitation Totals by Month

By Year or Water Year

Top Ten Highest and Lowest Calendar Year Precipitation Amounts
Top Ten Highest and Lowest Water Year Precipitation Amounts
Water Year Precipitation from Highest to Lowest
Water Year Precipitation for Each Year on Record

Greatest Number of Consecutive Days Records

0.01" of Precipitation
0.10" of Precipitation
0.25" of Precipitation

Snowfall Records

Maximum Daily Snowfall Records

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Monthly Snowfall Records

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Normal, Highest, and Lowest Snowfall in a Month

By Year or Snow Season (July through June)

Dates of First Measurable Snowfall
Highest and Lowest Seasonal Snowfall
Seasonal Snowfall by Year

Greatest Number of Consecutive Days Reords

1" or More of Snow on the Ground
0.1" or More, 1.0" or More, 2.0" or More of Snow Accumulation

Other Snowfall Records

Earliest and Latest Measurable Snow in the Fall
Latest Measurable Snow in the Spring
White Christmas Information