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PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE PITTSBURGH PA
919 AM EDT SAT AUG 1 2015

...MONTHLY CLIMATE DATA FOR JULY 2015...

********* PITTSBURGH MONTHLY SUMMARY **********

THE PITTSBURGH PA CLIMATE SUMMARY FOR THE MONTH OF JULY, 2015.  THE MAXIMUM
TEMPERATURE FOR THE PERIOD WAS 92.  THE RECORD MAXIMUM TEMPERATURE IS 103
DEGREES WHICH WAS LAST SET IN 1988.  THE MINIMUM TEMPERATURE WAS 55.  THE
RECORD MINIMUM TEMPERATURE IS 42 DEGREES WHICH WAS SET IN 1963.  THE AVERAGE
TEMPERATURE WAS 73.3 DEGREES WHICH IS 0.7 DEGREES ABOVE THE NORMAL AVERAGE
TEMPERATURE OF 72.6 DEGREES.  THE MAXIMUM TEMPERATURE EXCEEDED 90
DEGREES ON 2 DAYS THIS PERIOD.  A TOTAL OF 3.61 INCHES OF
PRECIPITATION FELL DURING THE PERIOD WHICH IS 0.22 INCHES BELOW THE
NORMAL AMOUNT OF 3.83.  12 DAYS WITH GREATER THAN OR EQUAL TO 0.01
INCHES OF PRECIPITATION WERE OBSERVED.  0.10 INCHES OF PRECIPITATION
OR GREATER FELL ON 6 DAYS.  0.50 INCHES OF PRECIPITATION OR GREATER
WERE OBSERVED ON 2 DAYS.  1 DAY WITH GREATER THAN OR EQUAL TO 1.00
INCHES OF PRECIPITATION WAS OBSERVED.  THE MAXIMUM 24 HOUR
PRECIPITATION WAS 1.51 INCHES BETWEEN JULY 7 AND 8TH.  THE AVERAGE
DAILY PRECIPITATION FOR THE PERIOD WAS 0.12 INCHES.  THERE WERE 266
COOLING DEGREE DAYS THIS PERIOD WHICH IS 25 ABOVE THE NORMAL AMOUNT
OF 241 DAYS.  THE MEAN WIND FOR THE PERIOD WAS 6 MILES PER HOUR.
THE MAXIMUM WIND WAS 26 MILES PER HOUR FROM THE SOUTHWEST AND
OCCURRED ON JULY 7.  THE MAXIMUM WIND GUST WAS 51 MILES PER HOUR
FROM THE SOUTHWEST AND OCCURRED ON JULY 7.

JULY  PITTSBURGH

AVG TEMP  PRECIPITATION SNOWFALL

75.5       2.86           0.0      2010
76.9       2.62           0.0      2011
76.7       7.32           0.0      2012
73.4       6.16           0.0      2013
70.5       5.19           0.0      2014

********* ZANESVILLE MONTHLY SUMMARY **********

THE ZANESVILLE OH CLIMATE SUMMARY FOR THE MONTH OF JULY, 2015.  THE MAXIMUM
TEMPERATURE FOR THE PERIOD WAS 90.  THE RECORD MAXIMUM TEMPERATURE IS 103
DEGREES.  THE MINIMUM TEMPERATURE WAS 51.  THE RECORD MINIMUM TEMPERATURE IS 46
DEGREES WHICH WAS SET IN 2010.  THE AVERAGE TEMPERATURE WAS 72.1 DEGREES WHICH
IS 0.9 DEGREES BELOW THE NORMAL AVERAGE TEMPERATURE OF 73.0 DEGREES.
THE MAXIMUM TEMPERATURE EXCEEDED 90 DEGREES ON 2 DAYS THIS PERIOD.
A TOTAL OF 2.57 INCHES OF PRECIPITATION FELL DURING THE PERIOD WHICH
IS 1.22 INCHES BELOW THE NORMAL AMOUNT OF 3.79.  12 DAYS WITH
GREATER THAN OR EQUAL TO 0.01 INCHES OF PRECIPITATION WERE OBSERVED.
0.10 INCHES OF PRECIPITATION OR GREATER FELL ON 8 DAYS.  0.50 INCHES
OF PRECIPITATION OR GREATER WERE OBSERVED ON 1 DAY.  THERE WERE NO
DAYS WITH PRECIPITATION GREATER THAN OR EQUAL TO 1.00 INCHES.  THE
MAXIMUM 24 HOUR PRECIPITATION WAS 0.84 INCHES ON JULY 14.  THE
AVERAGE DAILY PRECIPITATION FOR THE PERIOD WAS 0.08 INCHES.  THERE
WERE 228 COOLING DEGREE DAYS THIS PERIOD WHICH IS 21 BELOW THE
NORMAL AMOUNT OF 249 DAYS.  THE MEAN WIND FOR THE PERIOD WAS LESS
THAN 5 MILES AN HOUR.  THE MAXIMUM WIND WAS 26 MILES PER HOUR FROM
THE WEST AND OCCURRED ON JULY 19.  THE MAXIMUM WIND GUST WAS 34
MILES PER HOUR FROM THE WEST AND OCCURRED ON JULY 19.

JULY

AVG TEMP PRECIPITATION

75.0      2.64            2010
77.4      3.90            2011
77.3      3.60            2012
73.5      6.43            2013
69.9      3.61            2014

********* MORGANTOWN MONTHLY SUMMARY **********

THE MORGANTOWN WV CLIMATE SUMMARY FOR THE MONTH OF JULY, 2015.  THE MAXIMUM
TEMPERATURE FOR THE PERIOD WAS 93.  THE RECORD MAXIMUM TEMPERATURE IS 101
DEGREES.  THE MINIMUM TEMPERATURE WAS 57.  THE RECORD MINIMUM TEMPERATURE IS 49
DEGREES WHICH WAS SET IN 2010.  THE AVERAGE TEMPERATURE WAS 75.5 DEGREES WHICH
IS 2.3 DEGREES ABOVE THE NORMAL AVERAGE TEMPERATURE OF 73.2 DEGREES.
THE MAXIMUM TEMPERATURE EXCEEDED 90 DEGREES ON 6 DAYS THIS PERIOD. A
TOTAL OF 3.60 INCHES OF PRECIPITATION FELL DURING THE PERIOD WHICH
IS 1.02 INCHES BELOW THE NORMAL AMOUNT OF 4.62.  15 DAYS WITH
GREATER THAN OR EQUAL TO 0.01 INCHES OF PRECIPITATION WERE OBSERVED.
0.10 INCHES OF PRECIPITATION OR GREATER FELL ON 8 DAYS.  0.50 INCHES
OF PRECIPITATION OR GREATER WERE OBSERVED ON 3 DAYS.  1 DAY WITH
GREATER THAN OR EQUAL TO 1.00 INCHES OF PRECIPITATION WAS OBSERVED.
THE MAXIMUM 24 HOUR PRECIPITATION WAS 1.16 INCHES BETWEEN JULY 7 AND
8TH.  THE AVERAGE DAILY PRECIPITATION FOR THE PERIOD WAS 0.12
INCHES.  THERE WERE 332 COOLING DEGREE DAYS THIS PERIOD WHICH IS 77
ABOVE THE NORMAL AMOUNT OF 255 DAYS.  THE MEAN WIND FOR THE PERIOD
WAS LESS THAN 5 MILES AN HOUR.  THE MAXIMUM WIND WAS 22 MILES PER
HOUR FROM THE NORTH AND OCCURRED ON JULY 21.  THE MAXIMUM WIND GUST
WAS 31 MILES PER HOUR FROM THE NORTH AND OCCURRED ON JULY 21.

JULY

AVG TEMP  PRECIPITATION

76.1      5.01            2010
76.2      5.45            2011
77.4      4.02            2012
73.7      6.64            2013
72.3      5.44            2014

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