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CLIMATE REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GRAY ME
1152 PM EST SUN JAN 3 2016

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...THE PORTLAND ME CLIMATE SUMMARY FOR THE YEAR OF 2015...

CLIMATE NORMAL PERIOD 1981 TO 2010
CLIMATE RECORD PERIOD 1940 TO 2014 /FOR TEMPERATURES/
CLIMATE RECORD PERIOD 1871 TO 2014 /FOR PRECIPITATION/
CLIMATE RECORD PERIOD 1882 TO 2014 /FOR SNOWFALL/

WEATHER         OBSERVED          NORMAL  DEPART  LAST YEAR`S
                 VALUE   DATE(S)  VALUE   FROM    VALUE  DATE(S)
                                          NORMAL
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TEMPERATURE (F)
RECORD
 HIGH             103   08/02/1975
 LOW              -39   02/16/1943
HIGHEST            92   09/07        93      -1       88  08/27
LOWEST            -11   02/24       -10      -1      -14  01/04
AVG. MAXIMUM     56.9              55.8     1.1     55.3
AVG. MINIMUM     37.2              37.2     0.0     37.4
MEAN             47.1              46.5     0.6     46.3
DAYS MAX >= 90      3               4.6    -1.6        0
DAYS MAX <= 32     49              42.1     6.9       52
DAYS MIN <= 32    143             145.8    -2.8      139
DAYS MIN <= 0      19               7.7    11.3       10

PRECIPITATION (INCHES)
RECORD
 MAXIMUM        66.45   2005
 MINIMUM        25.27   1941
TOTALS          43.82             47.25   -3.43    55.87
DAILY AVG.       0.12              0.13   -0.01     0.15
DAYS >= .01       127             130.9    -3.9      136
DAYS >= .10        74              79.4    -5.4       87
DAYS >= .50        25              30.1    -5.1       36
DAYS >= 1.00       10              11.5    -1.5       13
GREATEST
 24 HR. TOTAL    5.90   09/29 TO 09/30

SNOWFALL (INCHES)
RECORDS
 TOTAL          150.1   1956
TOTALS           87.9              61.9    26.0     70.9
SINCE 7/1         7.3              15.1    -7.8     13.9
SNOWDEPTH AVG.      4
DAYS >= TRACE      51              27.6    23.4       47
DAYS >= 1.0        22              15.9     6.1       17
GREATEST
 SNOW DEPTH        25   02/19
 24 HR TOTAL     22.2   01/27

DEGREE_DAYS
HEATING TOTAL    6881              7106    -225     7008
 SINCE 7/1       2077              2612    -535     2272
COOLING TOTAL     492               360     132      351
 SINCE 1/1        492               359     133      351
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WIND (MPH)
AVERAGE WIND SPEED              7.3
HIGHEST WIND SPEED/DIRECTION    39/320    DATE  03/17
HIGHEST GUST SPEED/DIRECTION    53/300    DATE  03/17

SKY COVER
AVERAGE SKY COVER           0.50

AVERAGE RH (PERCENT)     69

WEATHER CONDITIONS. NUMBER OF DAYS WITH
THUNDERSTORM             18     HEAVY RAIN                19
RAIN                     38     LIGHT RAIN               111
FREEZING RAIN             2     LT FREEZING RAIN           3
HEAVY SNOW                3     SNOW                      13
LIGHT SNOW               43     FOG                      157
FOG W/VIS <= 1/4 MILE    34     HAZE                      48

-  INDICATES NEGATIVE NUMBERS.
R  INDICATES RECORD WAS SET OR TIED.
MM INDICATES DATA IS MISSING.
T  INDICATES TRACE AMOUNT.

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THE YEAR 2015 BEGAN WITH NO SNOW ON THE GROUND AS WARM DECEMBER
WEATHER HAD MELTED THE EARLY SEASON SNOW. BUT SNOW AND COLD WOULD
NOT TAKE LONG TO ARRIVE. COLDER WEATHER BEGAN ARRIVING ON JANUARY
5TH AND CONTINUED NEARLY WITHOUT REPRIEVE UNTIL MARCH. THE BIGGEST
STORY OF THE WINTER WAS THE BLIZZARD WHICH BROUGHT 23.8 INCHES OF
SNOW ON JANUARY 27TH AND 28TH ALONG WITH 48 MPH WIND GUSTS. THIS WAS
JUST THE BIGGEST OF WHAT WOULD TURN OUT TO BE A LONG STRETCH OF
PERSISTENT SNOWY WEATHER. FROM JANUARY 24TH THROUGH FEBRUARY 25TH,
PORTLAND NEVER WENT MORE THAN 2 DAYS WITHOUT MEASURABLE SNOWFALL.
JANUARY FINISHED AS THE 8TH SNOWIEST ON RECORD.

WHILE JANUARY WAS COLD, FEBRUARY WAS MORE THAN 7 DEGREES COLDER,
BREAKING THE OLD RECORD FOR COLDEST FEBRUARY BY MORE THAN 2 DEGREES.
FEBRUARY ALSO SET RECORDS FOR THE MOST DAYS WITH A HIGH TEMPERATURE
OF 32 OR COLDER, MOST DAYS WITH A LOW LESS THAN 10 DEGREES, AND THE
MOST DAYS WITH A LOW OF ZERO OR COLDER. THE HIGHEST TEMPERATURE
OBSERVED IN THE MONTH WAS ONLY 35 DEGREES, ALSO A RECORD. THE
COLDEST TEMPERATURE OF THE YEAR OCCURRED ON FEBRUARY 24 WHEN THE
TEMPERATURE DROPPED TO 11 DEGREES BELOW ZERO. ALTHOUGH THE COLD
CONTINUED INTO MARCH, THERE WERE FINALLY A FEW BREAKS IN THE
PERSISTENT COLD AND SNOWFALL BECAME LESS FREQUENT. THE FIRST 50
DEGREE TEMPERATURE OF THE YEAR WAS RECORDED ON MARCH 11, MORE THAN A
MONTH LATER THAN NORMAL AND THE LATEST SINCE 2001.

BELOW NORMAL TEMPERATURES PERSISTED INTO EARLY APRIL, WITH THE LAST
SNOWFALL OF THE SEASON OCCURRING ON APRIL 8TH AND 9TH, AND THE LAST
OF THE WINTER SNOW PACK MELTING BY THE MORNING OF APRIL 13TH. WARMER
WEATHER BEGAN ARRIVING IN MID APRIL WITH THE TEMPERATURE REACHING 70
DEGREES ON APRIL 14TH. A STORM SYSTEM BROUGHT 3.69 INCHES OF RAIN ON
APRIL 20TH AND 21ST. THE LAST FREEZE OF THE SEASON OCCURRED ON APRIL
25TH. THE WARM WEATHER CONTINUED THROUGH MUCH OF MAY WHEN SUMMER-
LIKE WARMTH ARRIVED A LITTLE EARLY. BY MAY 26TH THE TEMPERATURE
SOARED TO 91 DEGREES, THE FIRST TIME PORTLAND HAD SEEN 90 DEGREES
SINCE SEPTEMBER 11, 2013. MAY FINISHED AS THE WARMEST ON RECORD AT
PORTLAND.

A STORM SYSTEM BROUGHT 2.80 INCHES OF RAIN FROM MAY 31ST THROUGH
JUNE 2ND AND USHERED IN A CHANGE IN THE WEATHER PATTERN. THE HIGH
TEMPERATURE OF 50 DEGREES ON JUNE 2ND WAS THE COLDEST HIGH
TEMPERATURE IN THE MONTH OF JUNE IN NEARLY 60 YEARS. ALTHOUGH THERE
WERE PERIODS OF WARMTH, THE OVERALL WEATHER PATTERN BECAME COOL AND
WET. FOR THE FIRST TIME EVER, THE AVERAGE HIGH TEMPERATURE IN THE
MONTH OF JUNE WAS COOLER THAN THE AVERAGE HIGH IN THE MONTH OF MAY.
SUMMER WARMTH SLOWLY BEGAN TO RETURN IN JULY AND BECAME MUCH MORE
DOMINANT BY AUGUST. THE TEMPERATURE TOPPED 80 DEGREES FOR 10
STRAIGHT DAYS FROM JULY 28TH THROUGH AUGUST 6TH. THE SUMMER-LIKE
WARMTH CONTINUED THROUGH THE MIDDLE OF SEPTEMBER. THE HIGHEST
TEMPERATURE OF THE YEAR OCCURRED ON SEPTEMBER 7 WHEN THE TEMPERATURE
REACHED 92 DEGREES. SEPTEMBER FINISHED AS THE WARMEST ON RECORD. THE
HEAVIEST RAINFALL OF THE YEAR OCCURRED ON SEPTEMBER 29TH AND 30TH
WHEN 5.90 INCHES WAS RECORDED, BRINGING FLOODING TO MUCH OF THE
REGION. THE 5.56 INCHES THAT FELL ON SEPTEMBER 30TH RANKED AS THE
7TH WETTEST CALENDAR DAY ON RECORD AND HELPED MAKE SEPTEMBER THE 9TH
WETTEST ON RECORD.

WETTEST CALENDAR DAY (SINCE 1871)
RANK  RAIN  DATE
1    11.74  OCT 21, 1996
2     7.75  AUG 19, 1991
3     7.49  OCT 6, 1962
      7.49  SEP 11, 1954
5     6.43  AUG 13, 2014
6     5.61  OCT 10, 1998
7     5.56  SEP 30, 2015 <===
8     5.28  SEP 6, 1896
9     5.21  APR 2, 1973
10    5.03  NOV 14, 2009

MORE FALL-LIKE WEATHER ARRIVED IN THE END OF SEPTEMBER AND THROUGH
OCTOBER. THE FIRST FREEZE OF THE SEASON OCCURRED ON OCTOBER 17TH,
ABOUT ONE WEEK LATER THAN NORMAL. THE 175 DAYS BETWEEN THE LAST
FREEZE IN SPRING AND FIRST FREEZE IN FALL RANKED AS THE 7TH LONGEST
GROWING SEASON ON RECORD.

LONGEST GROWING SEASONS (SINCE 1941)
RANK  DAYS  YEAR
1     197   2014
2     185   1990
3     182   1970
4     180   1983
5     177   2013
6     176   1991
7     175   2015 <===
8     174   2007
9     171   1994
10    170   2005

THE FALL-LIKE TEMPERATURES CONTINUED THROUGH NOVEMBER AND INTO
DECEMBER AS THE WEATHER PATTERN BECAME DOMINATED BY A RIDGE OF WARM
HIGH PRESSURE OVER THE EASTERN UNITED STATES. NOVEMBER WAS THE 5TH
WARMEST ON RECORD AND DECEMBER WAS THE WARMEST ON RECORD BY MORE
THAN 3 DEGREES AS THE UPPER LEVEL RIDGE PREVENTED ANY TRULY COLD
WINTER-LIKE WEATHER FROM REACHING THE AREA. THE 62 DEGREES RECORDED
ON CHRISTMAS DAY WAS THE WARMEST ON RECORD. THE FIRST MEASURABLE
SNOW OF THE SEASON DID NOT FALL UNTIL DECEMBER 29TH, THE SECOND
LATEST DATE OF FIRST SNOWFALL ON RECORD. THE 263 DAYS BETWEEN THE
LAST SPRING SNOW ON APRIL 10TH AND THE FIRST WINTER SNOW ON DECEMBER
29TH WAS THE 4TH LONGEST PERIOD WITHOUT MEASURABLE SNOWFALL SINCE
SNOWFALL RECORDS BEGAN IN 1881.

DATE OF FIRST MEASURABLE SNOWFALL (SINCE 1881)
RANK  DATE    SEASON
1     JAN 16  1999-00
2     DEC 29  2015-16 <===
3     DEC 24  1912-13
4     DEC 20  1946-47
5     DEC 17  1925-26

LONGEST PERIODS WITHOUT MEASURABLE SNOWFALL (SINCE 1881)
RANK  DAYS  BEGIN DATE    END DATE
1     305   MAR 17, 1999  JAN 15, 2000
2     271   MAR 18, 2000  DEC 13, 2000
3     268   MAR 12, 2009  DEC 4, 2009
4     263   APR 10, 2015  DEC 28, 2015 <===
5     262   MAR 25, 1960  DEC 11, 1960
      262   MAR 29, 1948  DEC 15, 1948
      262   APR 6, 1912   DEC 23, 1912
8     260   MAR 23, 1998  DEC 7, 1998
      260   APR 4, 1946   DEC 19, 1946
9     259   MAR 22, 1981  DEC 5, 1981
      259   FEB 24, 1910  NOV 9, 1910

THE AVERAGE TEMPERATURE FOR THE YEAR WAS 47.1 DEGREES WHICH WAS 0.6
DEGREES ABOVE NORMAL. THE WARMEST YEARLY AVERAGE TEMPERATURE ON
RECORD WAS 49.2 DEGREES SET IN 2012 AND 2010. THE COLDEST WAS 1962
AT 43.3 DEGREES. THE FOLLOWING TABLE LISTS THE AVERAGE TEMPERATURES
FOR EACH MONTH OF 2015 INCLUDING DEPARTURES FROM NORMAL.

AVERAGE TEMPERATURE BY MONTH IN 2015
MONTH      MAXIMUM       MINIMUM       AVERAGE
JANUARY    30.5  (-0.7)  11.6  (-1.8)  21.1  (-1.2)
FEBRUARY   24.6 (-10.0)   3.0 (-13.4)  13.8 (-11.7)
MARCH      39.4  (-2.7)  21.0  (-3.9)  30.2  (-3.3)
APRIL      54.9  (+1.6)  34.4  (-0.3)  44.7  (+0.7)
MAY        71.4  (+7.9)  47.6  (+3.4)  59.5  (+5.6)
JUNE       69.7  (-3.5)  53.1  (-0.5)  61.4  (-2.0)
JULY       78.5  (-0.3)  59.6  (+0.2)  69.1   (0.0)
AUGUST     79.4  (+1.7)  61.2  (+3.0)  70.3  (+2.3)
SEPTEMBER  76.1  (+6.1)  54.5  (+4.2)  65.3  (+5.2)
OCTOBER    59.5  (+0.8)  38.6  (-0.3)  49.0  (+0.2)
NOVEMBER   53.0  (+5.0)  32.1  (+1.2)  42.5  (+3.1)
DECEMBER   45.8  (+8.5)  30.0  (+9.6)  37.9  (+9.1)
ANNUAL     56.9  (+1.1)  37.2   (0.0)  47.1  (+0.6)

THE YEAR 2015 WAS A YEAR FEATURING MANY EXTREMES. JANUARY WAS THE
8TH SNOWIEST. FEBRUARY WAS THE COLDEST. MAY, SEPTEMBER, AND DECEMBER
WERE THE WARMEST WHILE NOVEMBER WAS THE 5TH WARMEST. SEPTEMBER WAS
THE 9TH WETTEST. WHEN MEASURING AS A DEPARTURE FROM NORMAL (1981-
2010 AVERAGE), FEBRUARY AND DECEMBER RANKED IN THE TOP TEN MOST
EXTREME MONTHS EVER RECORDED AT PORTLAND. THE FOLLOWING TABLE LISTS
THE MOST EXTREME MONTHS AS A DEPARTURE FROM NORMAL.

MOST EXTREME MONTHS (SINCE NOV 1940)
       WARMEST                  |      COLDEST
RANK  DEPARTURE  MONTH          |  DEPARTURE  MONTH
1       +9.1     DEC 2015 <===  |    -14.7    DEC 1989
2       +8.1     JAN 2002       |    -12.2    DEC 1963
3       +8.0     JAN 2006       |    -11.7    FEB 2015 <===
4       +7.9     JAN 1990       |    -10.8    DEC 1958
5       +7.7     MAR 2012       |    -10.6    DEC 1955
6       +6.8     FEB 1981       |    -10.1    JAN 1971
7       +6.5     FEB 1984       |     -9.9    FEB 1979
8       +6.5     OCT 1947       |     -9.4    DEC 1976
9       +6.4     MAR 2010       |     -9.2    DEC 1970
10      +6.2     JAN 1953       |     -8.7    FEB 1993

PORTLAND RANKED IN THE TOP TEN IN NUMBER OF DAYS WITH A HIGH
TEMPERATURE OF 70 DEGREES OR WARMER AND 80 DEGREES OR WARMER. THE
FOLLOWING TABLE LISTS THE NUMBER OF DAYS THE HIGH TEMPERATURE
REACHED 70 OR 80 DEGREES.

MAXIMUM TEMPERATURE 70 OR 80 DEGREES OR HIGHER (SINCE 1941)
      MAX >=70        |  MAX >= 80
RANK  DAYS  YEAR      |  DAYS  YEAR
1     126   1941      |   63   1991
2     120   1998      |   60   2010
3     119   2010      |   57   2015 <===
4     119   1947      |   57   1947
5     118   1957      |   54   1959
6     115   2015 <=== |   53   1999
7     115   1989      |   53   1983
8     114   2001      |   53   1980
9     113   2007      |   53   1970
10    113   1963*     |   53   1952

* ALSO OCCURRED IN EARLIER YEARS

PORTLAND ALSO RANKED IN THE TOP TEN IN NUMBER OF DAYS WITH A MINIMUM
TEMPERATURE OF ZERO DEGREES OR COLDER AND NUMBER OF DAYS WITH A
MINIMUM TEMPERATURE OF 60 DEGREES OR WARMER.

MINIMUM TEMPERATURE ZERO OR COLDER OR 60 OR WARMER (SINCE 1941)
       MIN <=0        |  MIN >= 60
RANK  DAYS  YEAR      |  DAYS  YEAR
1      31   1948      |   61   1973
2      28   1943      |   57   2012
3      27   1963      |   54   1969
4      26   1968      |   53   2010
5      24   1971      |   50   2015 <===
6      22   1961      |   50   2011
7      21   1942      |   49   2006
8      19   2015 <=== |   49   1994
9      19   1979      |   49   1988
10     19   1976*     |   48   2013

* ALSO OCCURRED IN EARLIER YEARS

A TOTAL OF 43.82 INCHES OF PRECIPITATION FELL IN 2015 WHICH WAS 3.43
INCHES BELOW NORMAL AND THE LEAST PRECIPITATION IN A YEAR SINCE
2004. THE HEAVIEST RAIN FELL ON SEPTEMBER 29TH AND 30TH WHEN 5.90
INCHES OF RAIN BROUGHT FLOODING TO THE AREA. THE WETTEST YEAR ON
RECORD WAS 2005 WHEN 66.45 INCHES WAS MEASURED. THE DRIEST WAS 1941
WITH ONLY 25.27 INCHES.  THE FOLLOWING TABLE LISTS THE PRECIPITATION
AND SNOWFALL AMOUNTS FOR EACH MONTH OF 2015 INCLUDING DEPARTURES FROM
NORMAL.

MONTHLY PRECIPITATION AND SNOWFALL TOTALS FOR 2015
MONTH     PRECIPITATION   SNOWFALL
JANUARY   4.67  (+1.29)   40.7 (+21.5)
FEBRUARY  2.81  (-0.44)   34.6 (+22.5)
MARCH     1.79  (-2.45)   2.4  (-10.3)
APRIL     5.03  (+0.71)   2.9  ( +0.1)
MAY       2.31  (-1.70)   0.0
JUNE      6.40  (+2.61)   0.0
JULY      1.26  (-2.35)   0.0
AUGUST    2.49  (-0.65)   0.0
SEPTEMBER 7.06  (+3.37)   0.0
OCTOBER   2.36  (-2.51)   0.0
NOVEMBER  2.30  (-2.63)   0.0  ( -1.9)
DECEMBER  5.34  (+1.32)   7.3  ( -5.9)
ANNUAL    43.82 (-3.43)   87.9 (+26.0)

THERE WERE 25 DAYS IN 2015 WHICH RECORDED AT LEAST 0.5 INCHES OF
PRECIPITATION. THIS IS 5.1 DAYS BELOW NORMAL AND THE FEWEST SINCE
2004 (24 DAYS). THERE WERE 10 DAYS THAT RECORDED AT LEAST 1.00 INCH
OF PRECIPITATION. THIS IS 1.5 DAYS BELOW NORMAL AND THE FEWEST SINCE
2003 (6 DAYS). THE FOLLOWING TABLE LISTS THE DAYS WHICH RECEIVED AT
LEAST 1.00 INCH OF PRECIPITATION.

DAYS WITH AT LEAST 1.00 INCH OF PRECIPITATION IN 2015
DAY           PRECIPITATION
JANUARY 27    2.37
APRIL 20      2.20
APRIL 21      1.49
JUNE 1        1.20
JUNE 21       1.40
JUNE 28       1.58
AUGUST 11     1.12
SEPTEMBER 30  5.56
NOVEMBER 20   1.47
DECEMBER 29   1.12

SNOWFALL STATISTICS ARE NORMALLY LISTED BY SEASON RATHER THAN BY
CALENDAR YEAR. HOWEVER, 2015 SAW 87.9 INCHES OF SNOW WHICH WAS 26.0
INCHES ABOVE NORMAL. THE HEAVIEST SNOWSTORM WAS JANUARY 27TH AND
28TH WHEN 23.8 INCHES OF SNOW FELL. THERE WERE 22 DAYS IN 2015 THAT
MEASURED AT LEAST 1.0 INCH OF SNOWFALL, THE MOST SINCE 2005. BUT
THERE WERE ONLY 3 DAYS WITH AT LEAST 6.0 INCHES OF SNOW, THE FEWEST
SINCE 2010. THE FOLLOWING TABLE LISTS THE DAYS WHICH RECEIVED 6
INCHES OR MORE OF SNOWFALL IN 2015.

DAYS WITH AT LEAST 6 INCHES OF SNOWFALL IN 2015
DAY           SNOWFALL
JANUARY 27    22.2
FEBRUARY 2    9.1
DECEMBER 29   7.0

SNOW DEPTH REACHED ITS PEAK ON THE MORNING OF FEBRUARY 19TH WHEN 25
INCHES OF TOTAL SNOW DEPTH COVERED THE GROUND. THE LAST OF THE WINTER
SNOW PACK MELTED BY THE MORNING OF APRIL 13TH. THERE WERE 98 DAYS
WITH AT LEAST 1 INCH OF SNOW DEPTH, MARKING THE THIRD STRAIGHT YEAR
OF AT LEAST 90 SUCH DAYS. ON AVERAGE PORTLAND SEES 68 DAYS WITH AT
LEAST 1 INCH OF SNOW ON THE GROUND. THERE WERE 67 DAYS WITH AT LEAST
6 INCHES OF SNOW DEPTH, THE MOST SINCE 2005 (78 DAYS). ON AVERAGE
PORTLAND HAS 35 DAYS WITH 6 INCHES OF SNOW DEPTH. THERE WERE 52 DAYS
WITH AT LEAST 12 INCHES OF SNOW DEPTH, THE MOST SINCE 2001 (66
DAYS). ON AVERAGE THERE ARE ONLY 15 DAYS WITH A FOOT OF SNOW ON THE
GROUND. THERE WERE 37 DAYS WITH AT LEAST 18 INCHES OF SNOW ON THE
GROUND, THE MOST SINCE 1987 (60 DAYS). ON AVERAGE PORTLAND SEES ONLY
5 DAYS WITH 18 INCHES OF SNOW ON THE GROUND. THE FOLLOWING TABLE
LISTS THE YEARS WITH THE MOST DAYS WITH AT LEAST 18 INCHES OF SNOW
DEPTH.

NUMBER OF DAYS WITH AT LEAST 18 INCHES OF SNOW DEPTH (SINCE 1893)
RANK  DAYS  YEAR
1      79   1923
2      60   1987
3      51   1920
4      45   1971
5      41   1977
       41   1904
7      37   2015 <===
8      33   1905
       33   1894
10     31   1967
       31   1924

THE FOLLOWING DAILY RECORDS WERE SET OR TIED IN 2015...
DATE    RECORD                              PREVIOUS
JAN 19  42   - WARMEST AVERAGE TEMPERATURE  42 IN 1996 /TIED/
JAN 27  2.37 - GREATEST PRECIPITATION       1.77 IN 1880
JAN 27  22.2 - GREATEST SNOWFALL            8.0 IN 1963
FEB 9   5    - SMALLEST TEMPERATURE RANGE   6 IN 1982
FEB 24  19   - COLDEST HIGH TEMPERATURE     22 IN 2005
FEB 24  -11  - COLDEST LOW TEMPERATURE      -7 IN 1956
FEB 24  4    - COLDEST AVERAGE TEMPERATURE  11 IN 1965
APR 2   52   - WARMEST AVERAGE TEMPERATURE  50 IN 2010 AND 2002
APR 20  2.20 - GREATEST PRECIPITATION       0.95 IN 1978
MAY 5   51   - WARMEST LOW TEMPERATURE      51 IN 2000 /TIED/
MAY 7   84   - WARMEST HIGH TEMPERATURE     81 IN 1957
MAY 7   65   - WARMEST AVERAGE TEMPERATURE  62 IN 2000
MAY 26  91   - WARMEST HIGH TEMPERATURE     91 IN 2010 /TIED/
MAY 26  75   - WARMEST AVERAGE TEMPERATURE  73 IN 2010 AND 1981
MAY 27  63   - WARMEST LOW TEMPERATURE      58 IN 1981
MAY 27  71   - WARMEST AVERAGE TEMPERATURE  70 IN 1981, 1959, AND 1944
MAY 28  64   - WARMEST LOW TEMPERATURE      58 IN 1944
MAY 28  72   - WARMEST AVERAGE TEMPERATURE  72 IN 1959 AND 1944
JUN 2   50   - COLDEST HIGH TEMPERATURE     54 IN 2001
JUN 28  1.58 - GREATEST PRECIPITATION       1.18 IN 1968
AUG 11  3    - SMALLEST TEMPERATURE RANGE   4 IN 1943
AUG 20  67   - WARMEST LOW TEMPERATURE      66 IN 2004
AUG 23  5    - SMALLEST TEMPERATURE RANGE   6 IN 1970
AUG 24  66   - WARMEST LOW TEMPERATURE      66 IN 2009 /TIED/
SEP 8   70   - WARMEST LOW TEMPERATURE      70 IN 2007 /TIED/
SEP 29  63   - WARMEST LOW TEMPERATURE      62 IN 1967
SEP 30  5.56 - GREATEST PRECIPITATION       2.14 IN 1920
OCT 29  53   - WARMEST LOW TEMPERATURE      51 IN 2012 AND 1953
OCT 29  63   - WARMEST AVERAGE TEMPERATURE  62 IN 1946
NOV 6   69   - WARMEST HIGH TEMPERATURE     64 IN 1956
NOV 6   60   - WARMEST AVERAGE TEMPERATURE  58 IN 1988
NOV 7   65   - WARMEST HIGH TEMPERATURE     64 IN 1975
NOV 13  45   - WARMEST LOW TEMPERATURE      45 IN 1976 AND 1970 /TIED/
NOV 13  53   - WARMEST AVERAGE TEMPERATURE  53 IN 1964 /TIED/
NOV 27  61   - WARMEST HIGH TEMPERATURE     61 IN 1976 /TIED/
NOV 27  47   - WARMEST LOW TEMPERATURE      47 IN 2001 AND 1966 /TIED/
NOV 27  54   - WARMEST AVERAGE TEMPERATURE  51 IN 1960
DEC 12  46   - WARMEST AVERAGE TEMPERATURE  46 IN 1979 /TIED/
DEC 14  40   - WARMEST LOW TEMPERATURE      37 IN 2006, 2001, 1983, AND 1958
DEC 24  44   - WARMEST LOW TEMPERATURE      37 IN 2014, 1994, AND 1964
DEC 24  48   - WARMEST AVERAGE TEMPERATURE  43 IN 1957
DEC 25  62   - WARMEST HIGH TEMPERATURE     53 IN 2014 AND 1994
DEC 25  49   - WARMEST AVERAGE TEMPERATURE  46 IN 2014

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