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PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE MEDFORD OR
600 AM PDT TUE AUG 1 2017

...MEDFORD OREGON WEATHER REVIEW: JULY 2017...

Above average temperatures was the big story for July.
Unlike June, which was a mixed bag of cool and warm temperatures,
July was on the warm side.  In fact, only 3 days were below average,
the rest were average or warmer than average.  The other outstanding
feature of July was how dry it was for Medford with all the
thunderstorms we saw around the region.  We had a few days of
thunderstorm outbreaks near the end of July when a cutoff low sat
off the coast for 2 to 3 days.  This generated thousands of cloud to
ground strikes across our county warning area.  Luckily, fires and
smoke haven`t had massive impacts on the Rogue Valley.  Most of this
can probably be attributed to the wet spring we saw.

The average temperature for the month was 78.3 degrees, which is
4.2 degrees above normal. The average maximum temperature was 94.8
degrees, which is 4.1 degrees above normal. The average minimum
temperature was 61.9 degrees which is 4.5 degrees above normal. The
highest temperature for the month was 104 degrees on the 31st. The
lowest temperature for the month was 55 degrees which occurred on
the 17th.

There were 31 clear days, 0 partly cloudy days, and 0 cloudy days.

Total precipitation for the month was 0.00 inches, which is -0.28
inches below normal. The total precipitation for the water year
(beginning October 1st) stands at 24.77 inches which is 7.39 inches
above normal.Calendar Year precipitation is now 13.08 inches which
is 3.34 inches above normal.

The average wind speed for the month was 5.0 mph. The fastest
recorded two-minute wind was 20 mph from the west north west on the
15th The peak wind was 26 mph from the south occurred on the 25th.

The highest pressure for the month was 30.17 inches on the 30th.
The lowest pressure for the month was 29.71 inches on the 24th.

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CZS



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