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CLIMATE REPORT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE OMAHA NEBRASKA
245 PM CST FRI JAN 6 2017

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...THE NORFOLK CLIMATE SUMMARY FOR THE YEAR OF 2016...

CLIMATE NORMAL PERIOD 1981 TO 2010
CLIMATE RECORD PERIOD 1888 TO 2017

WEATHER         OBSERVED
                 VALUE   DATE(S)

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TEMPERATURE (F)
HIGHEST            95   06/17
LOWEST            -24   12/18
AVG. MAXIMUM     62.8
AVG. MINIMUM     40.1
MEAN             51.4
DAYS MAX >= 90     21
DAYS MAX <= 32     36
DAYS MIN <= 32    132
DAYS MIN <= 0       9

PRECIPITATION (INCHES)
TOTALS          31.43
DAYS >= .01        95
DAYS >= .10        51
DAYS >= .50        22
DAYS >= 1.00       12
GREATEST
 24 HR. TOTAL    2.15   MM

SNOWFALL (INCHES)
TOTALS           39.1
DAYS >= TRACE      45
DAYS >= 1.0        10
GREATEST
 SNOW DEPTH        12   02/04
                        02/03
 24 HR TOTAL     14.2   MM

DEGREE_DAYS
HEATING TOTAL    5826
COOLING TOTAL     963
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WIND (MPH)
HIGHEST WIND SPEED/DIRECTION    54/210    DATE  12/25
HIGHEST GUST SPEED/DIRECTION    70/180    DATE  12/25



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

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...2016 YEARLY CLIMATE SUMMARY FOR NORFOLK...

THE YEAR 2016 WAS WETTER AND MUCH WARMER THAN NORMAL. THE AVERAGE
TEMPERATURE OF 51.5 DEGREES WAS THE 8TH WARMEST ON RECORD AND 2.3
DEGREES ABOVE NORMAL.  THE TOTAL PRECIPITATION OF 31.43 INCHES WAS
4.02 INCHES ABOVE NORMAL AND THE 17TH WETTEST ON RECORD. THE
CALENDAR YEAR SNOWFALL TOTAL OF 39.1 INCHES WAS 8.6 INCHES ABOVE
NORMAL AND THE 13TH HIGHEST ON RECORD FOR A CALENDAR YEAR. THE
WINTER SEASON 2015-16 SNOWFALL WAS 53.0 INCHES...WHICH IS 22.5
INCHES ABOVE NORMAL AND THE 5TH SNOWIEST WINTER ON RECORD FOR A
WINTER SEASON.

JANUARY WAS SLIGHTLY WARMER THAN NORMAL...WITH NEAR-NORMAL
PRECIPITATION BUT BELOW-NORMAL SNOWFALL. THE MONTH BEGAN WITH MOSTLY
ABOVE-NORMAL TEMPERATURES...ALONG WITH WET DAYS ON THE 6TH TO 8TH.
PRECIPITATION TOTALLED AROUND A QUARTER INCH FOR THE TWO DAYS...WITH
2.0 INCHES OF SNOW TOTAL ON TWO OF THSOE DAYS. THAT WAS FOLLOWED BY
A BRIEF DIP TO BELOW-NORMAL TEMPERATURES ON THE 9TH AND 10TH. THE
COLDEST TEMPERATURE OF THE MONTH WAS RECORDED ON THE 10TH...AT -12
DEGREES. A BRIEF WARM-UP FOLLOWED AS TEMPERATURES PEAKED IN THE
40S...FOLLOWED BY ANOTHER BRIEF COOL-DOWN FROM THE 16TH TO 19TH.
LIGHT SNOW FELL ON THE 16TH...WITH AN ADDITIONAL 2.0 INCHES ON THE
19TH. THE MONTH ENDED ON A WARM STREAK...WITH ABOVE-NORMAL
TEMPERATURES FROM THE 23RD TO 31ST. FREEZING DRIZZLE AND A DUSTING
OF SNOW FELL ON THE 25TH...BUT OTHERWISE THE LAST ELEVEN DAYS OF THE
MONTH WERE DRY.

FEBRUARY WAS THE 13TH WARMEST...12TH WETTEST...AND 6TH SNOWIEST ON
RECORD. THE HARDEST WINTER PUNCH OF 2016 LANDED ON GROUNDHOG
DAY...WITH BLIZZARD CONDITIONS AND A DAILY RECORD 14.2 INCHES OF
SNOW (ALONG WITH A DAILY RECORD PRECIPITATION EQUIVALENT OF 1.27
INCHES)...UNDER WINDS PEAKING AT 51 MPH. A LIGHT DUSTING FELL ON THE
11TH...WITH A MORE SUBSTANTIAL 1.9 INCHES OF SNOW ON THE 14TH TO
15TH. TEMPERATURES BOUNCED BETWEEN ABOVE-AND BELOW-NORMAL READINGS
THROUGH THE 13TH...THEN REMAINED ABOVE NORMAL FROM THE 14TH THROUGH
THE 29TH. THE HIGHEST TEMPERATURE OF THE MONTH...A DAILY RECORD 75
DEGREES ON THE 27TH...CAME ONE DEGREE SHORT OF TYING THE WARMEST
FEBRUARY TEMPERATURE ON RECORD.

FOR THE WINTER MONTHS OF DECEMBER 2015 THROUGH FEBRUARY 2016...THE
AVERAGE TEMPERATURE OF 30.9 DEGREES WAS 5.0 DEGREES ABOVE NORMAL AND
THE 12TH WARMEST ON RECORD. DECEMBER AND FEBRUARY WERE PARTICULARLY
WARM...WITH TEMPERATURES ONLY SLIGHTLY ABOVE NORMAL IN JANUARY. THE
TOTAL PRECIPITATION OF 4.42 INCHES WAS 2.32 INCHES ABOVE NORMAL AND
THE 4TH WETTEST ON RECORD. THE PRECIPITATION TOTAL WAS DRIVEN BY A
WET DECEMBER AS WELL AS A WET AND SNOWY FEBRUARY. THE TOTAL SNOWFALL
FOR DECEMBER THROUGH FEBRUARY WAS 32.2 INCHES...WHICH IS THE 8TH
HIGHEST TOTAL AND 15.2 INCHES ABOVE NORMAL. THE TOTAL SNOWFALL FOR
THE WITNER SEASON OF 2015-2016 WAS 53.3 INCHES...WHICH WAS 22.5
INCHES ABOVE NORMAL AND THE 5TH HIGHEST ON RECORD.

MARCH WAS DOMINATED BY WARM WEATHER AND WAS THE 7TH WARMEST MARCH ON
RECORD...AS WELL AS THE 25TH WETTEST AND 18TH SNOWIEST. THE MONTH
DID BEGIN COLD...THOUGH THE ONLY SFREEZING HIGH TEMPERATURE WAS 32
DEGREES ON THE 1ST. TEMPERATURES QUICKLY REBOUNDED TO ABOVE-NORMAL
READINGS FROM THE 2ND TO THE 17TH...INCLUDING READINGS ON SEVERAL
DAYS THAT WERE 20 TO 30 DEGREES ABOVE NORMAL. THE HIGH TEMPERATURE
OF 81 DEGREES ON THE 7TH BROKE A DAILY RECORD...AND THE LOW OF 41 ON
THE 8TH TIED A DAILY RECORD WARM LOW. THE LOW OF 50 ON THE 13TH WAST
HE WARMEST OF THE MONTH AND ALSO SET A DAILY RECORD WARM LOW. A DRY
SPELL THAT BEGAN IN FEBRUARY CONTINUED THROUGH THE 11TH...FOLLOWED
BY RAIN ON THE 12TH AND 14TH. THE MONTH ENDED WITH TEMPERATURES THAT
OSCILLATED MORE BETWEEN ABOVE- AND BELOW-NORMAL READINGS. A NOTABLE
9.0 INCHES OF SNOWF ELL ON THE 23RD TO 24TH...WITH 7.5 INCHES ON THE
23RD SETTING A DAILY RECORD SNOWFALL...AND WITH THUNDER REPORTED ON
THE 23RD AS WELL. ON THE 26TH...ANOTHER STORM SYSTEM BROUGHT AN
ADDITIONAL 3.0 INCHES OF SNOW...THE LAST MEASURABLE SNOWFALL OF THE
WINTER. THE MONTH ENDED WITH THUNDERSTORMS ON THE 29TH...RAIN ON THE
30TH...AND RAN AND A RAIN-SNOW MIX ON THE 31ST.

APRIL WAS THE 10TH WETTEST ON RECORD IN NORFOLK AND THE 40TH WARMEST.
APRIL FOOLED US BY STARTING COOL AND WET...WITH THE HIGH OF 40 ON
THE 1ST THE COLDEST OF THE MONTH.  THE WEATHER QUICKLY WARMED...WITH
THE TEMPERATURE REACHING 80 ON THE 3RD. A DRY COLD FRONT BROUGHT
GUSTY WINDS ON THE 7TH AND COOLER TEMPERATURES THROUGH THE 12TH. THE
LAST FREEZE AND LAST HARD FREEZE OF THE YEAR OCCURRED ON THE 12TH AT
27 DEGREES. TEMPERATURES REMAINED MOSTLY ABOVE NORMAL FOR THE 13TH
THROUGH THE 26TH...WITH A WETTER PERIOD FROM THE 17TH THROUGH THE
END OF THE MONTH. THUNDER WAS REPORTED ON JUST TWO DAYS NEAR THE END
OF THE MONTH...AS RAIN FELL WITH MORE STABLE LOW-PRESSURE SYSTEMS.

MAY WAS THE 13TH WETTEST ON RECORD...WITH TEMPERATURES DIPPING JUST
SLIGHTLY BELOW NORMAL. TEMPERATURES BEGAN ON THE COOL SIDE BUT SWUNG
TO WARM ON THE 5TH TO 10TH. IN FACT...THE WARMEST TEMPERATURE OF THE
MONTH...86 DEGREES...OCCURED ON THE 6TH (AS WELL AS ON THE 24TH).
THE 8TH TO 11TH WAS PARTICULARLY WET AND STORMY...3.07 INCHES OF
RAIN TOTAL AND WITH THUNDER ON THREE OF THE FOUR DAYS. A COOL AND
DRY PERIOD FOLLOWED...WITH ONLY ONE DAY WITH MEASURABLE RAIN BETWEEN
THE 11TH AND 21ST AND THE COLDEST TEMPERATURE OF THE MONTH FALLING
ON THE 14TH. WARM AND WET WEATHER RETURNED ON THE 22ND THROUGH THE
END OF THE MONTH...WITH SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS ON SIX DAYS
FROM THE 23RD TO THE 28TH.

FOR THE SPRING MONTHS OF MARCH THROUGH MAY...HE AVERAGE TEMPERATURE
OF 42.1 DEGREES WAS THE 12TH WARMEST SPRING ON RECORD AND 2.7
DEGREES ABOVE NORMAL. THE TOTAL PRECIPITATION OF 16.45 INCHES WAS
6.75 INCHES ABOVE NORMAL AND THE 5TH WETTEST SPRING ON RECORD. THE
LAST FREEZE OF 27 DEGREES ON THE 12TH WAS 20 DAYS EARLIER THAN THE
PERIOD-OF-RECORD AVERAGE OF MAY 2...AND IT ALSO WAS THE LAST HARD
FREEZE...MAKING IT EIGHT DAYS EARLIER THAN THE PERIOD-OF-RECORD
AVERAGE OF APRIL 20.

JUNE WAS THE 13TH WARMEST AND 44TH DRIEST ON RECORD IN NORFOLK. JUST
TWO DAYS OF THE MONTH...THE 7TH AND 23RD...HAD A DAILY AVERAGE
TEMPERATURE THAT WAS BELOW NORMAL. THE HIGHEST TEMPERATURE OF THE
MONTH AND OF 2016 WAS 95 DEGREES ON THE 17TH...WHICH IS THE 4TH
COOLEST YEARLY MAXIMUM TEMPERATURE ON RECORD. THE MAJORITY OF THE
RAIN FELL IN THUNDERSTORMS ON THE 14TH AND 17TH TO 18TH...WITH 3.05
INCHES OF RAIN ON THOSE THREE DAYS.

JULY WAS AGAIN SLIGHTLY COOLER AND SLIGHTLY DRIER THAN NORMAL.  THE
MONTH STARTED COOL...WITH THE COOLEST TEMPERATURE OF THE MONTH ON
THE 1ST AT 50 DEGREES.  DAILY RECORD COOL MAXIMUM TEMEPRATURES WERE
SET ON BOTH THE 2ND AND 3RD...AT 64 AND 68 DEGREES...RESPECTIVELY. A
COOL 0.88 INCHES OF PLAIN RAIN (NO THUNDER) ON THE 2ND. TEMPERATURES
RETURNED TO CLOSE TO NORMAL FROM THE 5TH THROUGH THE 13TH...WITH
SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS ON THE 5TH TO THE 7TH. A HEAT WAVE BROUGHT
MUCH ABOVE-NORMAL TEMPERATURES ON THE 20TH TO 23RD. TEMPERATURES SET
NO RECORDS...BUT THE HIGHS IN THE MID 90S AND LOWS IN THE MID TO
UPPER 70S WERE THE WARMEST OF THE MONTH AND WERE ACCOMPANIED BY
HUMID CONDITIONS AND HEAT INDICES IN THE 100S. THE WARMEST LOW
TEMPERATURE OF THE YEAR OCCURRED ON THE 21ST...AT 76 DEGREES. HEAT
BROKE ON THE 23RD...AND TEMPERATURES RETURNED TO READINGS WITHIN A
FEW DEGREES OF NORMAL FOR THE REST OF THE MONTH...WITH INTERMITTENT
LIGHT SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS BETWEEN THE 15TH AND 31ST.

AUGUST AGAIN WAS EVER SO SLIGHTLY COOLER THAN NORMAL...WITH SLIGHTLY
BELOW-NORMAL RAIN. THE MONTH WAS MARKED BY SHORT-LIVED SWINGS
BETWEEN ABOVE- AND BELOW-NORMAL TEMPERATURES...WITH NONE STRAYING
TOO FAR FROM NORMAL...AND BY PERIODIC SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS.
THOUGH RAIN WAS MEASURED ON NINE DAYS...MOST AMOUNTS WERE
LIGHT...LEAVING THE TOTAL ALMOST AN INCH BELOW NORMAL. THE WARMEST
TEMPERATURE OF THE MONTH...A MILD 92 DEGREES...OCCURRED ON BOTH THE
10TH AND THE 18TH. THE LOW OF 45 ON THE 21ST WAS THE COOLEST READING
OF THE MONTH.

FOR THE SUMMER MONTHS OF JUNE THROUGH AUGUST...THE AVERAGE
TEMPERATURE OF 73.3 DEGREES WAS 0.6 DEGREES ABOVE NORMAL AND THE
55TH WARMEST SUMMER ON RECORD...MAINLY LED BY A WARM JUNE. THE TOTAL
PRECIPITATION OF 8.42 INCHES WAS 2.41 INCHES BELOW NORMAL AND THE
34TH DRIEST ON RECORD.

SEPTEMBER WAS THE 32ND WARMEST...WITH SLIGHTLY ABOVE-NORMAL
PRECIPITATION ON THE HEELS OF THREE BELOW-NORMAL SUMMER MONTHS.
ONLY THREE DAYS IN THE MONTH HAD TEMPERATURES THAT DID NOT REACH THE
70S. TEMPERATURES RAMPED UP FROM SLIGHTLY BELOW- TO ABOVE-NORMAL
READINGS THROUGH THE 4TH. A FRONT ON THE 9TH BROUGHT 0.84 INCHES OF
RAIN IN THUNDERSTORMS...AND ALSO A RETURN TO TEMPERATURES
FLUCTUATING ABOVE AND BELOW NORMAL THROUGH THE 14TH. CONSECUTIVE
RAINY DAYS OCCURRED FROM THE 13TH TO THE 16TH. FROM THE 15TH TO THE
24TH...WARM WEATHER WAS PARTICULARLY DOMINANT. THE PEAK OF WARMTH
OCCURRED ON THE 20TH TO 23RD...WITH A PEAK OF 94 DEGREES ON THE
20TH...FOLLOWED BY A LOW OF JUST 71 DEGREES ON THE 21ST. WARM
WEATHER BROKE ON THE 24TH WITH THE LAST SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS OF
THE MONTH...WITH TEMPERATURES REMAINING NEAR NORMAL FROM THE 25TH
THROUGH THE 30TH.

OCTOBER WAS THE 25TH WARMEST AND 33RD WETTEST ON RECORD.
TEMPERATURES WERE PREDOMINANTLY ABOVE NORMAL THROUGHOUT THE
MONTH...RARELY EVEN DIPPING TO NEAR NORMAL...LET ALONE BELOW NORMAL.
A DAILY RECORD 2.15 INCHES OF RAIN FELL ON THE 4TH ASSOCIATED WITH
THUNDERSTORMS...WHICH WAS ALSO THE RAINIEST CALENDAR DAY OF 2016 AND
WAS THE BULK OF PRECIPITATION OBSERVED FOR THE MONTH. THE FIRST
FREEZE OF FALL WAS RECORDED ON THE 7TH AT 31 DEGREES...AND THE FIRST
HARD FREEZE ARRIVED ON THE 12TH AT 27 DEGREES. TEMPERATURES QUICKLY
BOUNCED BACK TO ABOVE-NORMAL READINGS...ACCOMPANIED BY DRY WEATHER.
IN FACT...THE ONLY PRECIPITATION IN OCTOBER AFTER THE 6TH WAS A MERE
0.01 INCHES OF RAIN IN A THUNDERSTORM ON THE 25TH. HIGH TEMPERATURES
REACHED 82 DEGREES ON THE 27TH AND 28TH...WITH BOTH OF THOSE
READINGS THE WARMEST OF THE MONTH. THROUGH THE MONTH...THE HIGH
TEMPERATURE FELL BELOW 60 DEGREES JUST FIVE TIMES...WHICH IS THE
13TH FEWEST ON RECORD.

NOVEMBER WAS THE 3RD WARMEST ON RECORD...AS MUCH OF THE MONTH WAS
DOMINATED BY WELL ABOVE-NORMAL TEMPERATURES...WHILE PRECIPITATION
WAS NEAR NORMAL. THE 1ST THROUGH 17TH WAS DOMINATED BY TEMPERATURES
THAT WERE MUCH WARMER THAN NORMAL...INCLUDING SEVERAL HIGHS IN THE
60S AND 70S. THE WARMEST TEMPERATURE OF THE MONTH OCCURRED ON THE
3RD AND 16TH AT 76 DEGREES...AND THE READING ON THE 16TH WAS A DAILY
RECORD. A STRONG COLD FRONT ON THE 18TH BROUGHT WINDS GUSTING AS
HIGH AS 53 MPH...BRINGING THE ONLY DAYS IN NOVEMBER WITH BELOW-
AVERAGE AVERAGE TEMPERATURES ON THE 18TH AND 19TH. SHOWERS AND
THUNDERSTORMS CHANGED TO SNOW ON THE 18TH...WITH THE FIRST SNOWFALL
OF THE 2016-2017 WINTER SEASON AT 2.5 INCHES. TEMPERATURES REBOUNDED
TO ABOVE TO WELL ABOVE NORMAL FROM THE 22ND THROUGH THE 30TH...WITH
MEASURABLE PRECIPITATION ON FOUR ADDITIONAL DAYS AND THUNDER
REPORTED ON THREE OF THOSE.

FOR THE FALL MONTHS OF SEPTEMBER-OCTOBER-NOVEMBER...THE AVERAGE
TEMPERATURE OF 50.4 DEGREES WAS 4.3 DEGREES ABOVE NORMAL AND THE 4TH
WARMEST ON RECORD IN NORFOLK. THE TOTAL PRECIPITATION OF 5.72 INCHES
WAS 0.41 INCHES BELOW NORMAL. A TOTAL OF 2.5 INCHES OF SNOW FELLIN
THE FALL MONTHS...WHICH IS 2.4 INCHES LESS THAN NORMAL. THE FIRST
FREEZE OCCURRED ON OCTOBER 7TH AT 31 DEGREES...WHICH WAS FOUR DAYS
LATER THAN THE PERIOD-OF-RECORD AVERAGE. THE 27-DEGREE READING ON
OCTOBER 12TH WAS THE FIRST HARD FREEZE...WHICH WAS ONE DAY LATER
THAN THE PERIOD-OF-RECORD AVERAGE OF OCTOBER 13TH. ONLY 21 DAYS HAD
LOW TEMPERATURE AT OR BELOW FREEZING...WHICH IS THE 3RD FEWEST ON
RECORD. THERE WERE 47 DAYS WITH A MAXIMUM TEMPERATURE OF 70 DEGREES
OR HIGHER...WHICH IS THE 4TH MOST ON RECORD FOR THE FALL MONTHS.

DECEMBER SQUEAKED IN AS JUST SLIGHTLY COOLER THAN NORMAL AND WAS THE
41ST WETTEST ON RECORD...DESPITE RECIVING ONLY 3.6 INCHES OF SNOW. A
RAIN-SNOW MIX FELL ON THE 3RD...WITH NO ACCUMULATION. THE 6TH
THROUGH THE 19TH MARKED A PROLONGED COLD SPELL...WITH TEMPERATURES
RISING ABOVE FREEZING ON ONLY ONE DAY IN THAT TIME. THE COLDEST LOW
OF THE MONTH AND YEAR OCCURRED ON THE 18TH AT -24 DEGREES. DAILY
RECORD LOW TEMPERATURES WERE SET ON BOTH THE 17TH AND 18TH. AN INCH
OF SNOW FELL ON THE 10TH...WITH A LIGHT DUSTING OF A TENTH OR TWO
AGAIN ON THE 15TH AND 16TH. A LIGHT DUSTING OF SNOW FELL ON THE 17TH
BEHIND A GLAZE OF FREEZING DRIZZLE ON THE 16TH.  THE SNOWFALL OF 2.3
INCHES ON THE 17TH WAS ENOUGH TO BE A DAILY RECORD. TEMPERATURES
REBOUNDED ABOVE NORMAL ON THE 20TH AND REMAINED THERE FOR THE REST
OF THE MONTH. IT WAS A BROWN CHRISTMAS FOR NORFOLK.
INSTEAD...CHRISTMAS DAY HAD A HIGH OF 50 AND A LOW OF 26.  THE 0.59
INCHES OF RAIN THAT DAY WAS THE SECOND HIGHEST FOR THE DATE AND TH
EHIGHEST ON THE DATE FOR WHICH SNOW WAS NOT RECORDED. TO ADD TO THE
INTERESTING CHRISTMAS WEATHER...WINDS GUSTED TO 70 MPH IN THE
EVENING AS WINDS SHIFTED TO THE NORTHWEST...CAUSING SOME TREE AND
MINOR STRUCTURAL DAMAGE. MILD AND DRY CONDITIONS WERE OBSERVED FOR
THE REST OF DECEMBER.

                       2016 STATISTICS
          TEMPERATURE                   PRECIPITATION
MONTH  AVG. DEPART.  MAX  MIN     TOTAL  DEPART. SNOW/SLEET TSTORM DAYS
JAN    23.5   0.9     48  -12     0.57   -0.02    4.5         0
FEB    32.5   5.7     75    6     1.58    0.82   16.5         0
MAR    43.3   5.9     81   14     2.41    0.64   12.0         2
APR    50.9   1.3     81   21     5.21    2.56      T         2
MAY    59.8  -0.7     86   34     6.68    2.75      0         9
JUN    73.8   3.6     95   46     3.21   -1.05      0         6
JUL    74.1  -0.9     93   50     2.88   -0.44      0        11
AUG    72.1  -0.7     92   45     2.33   -0.92      0         7
SEP    66.2   2.4     94   36     2.04   -0.65      0         9
OCT    54.3   3.3     82   24     2.34    0.27      0         3
NOV    43.7   7.3     76   19     1.34   -0.03    2.5         3
DEC    23.3  -1.0     52  -24     0.84    0.09    6.1         1
YEAR   51.5   2.3     95  -24    31.43    4.02   39.1        53

           DEGREE DAYS
MONTH  HEATING  DEPART.  COOLING  DEPART.
JAN      1281     -35         0       0
FEB       937    -134         0       0
MAR       663    -193         0       0
APR       419     -55         0     -12
MAY       193       3        38     -11
JUN         3     -27       276      90
JUL         7       3       295     -19
AUG         6      -6       234     -21
SEP        71     -55       116      26
OCT       327    -116         4      -5
NOV       634    -226         0       0
DEC      1285      24         0       0
YEAR     5826    -817       963      48

       WIND GUST    SEA LEVEL PRESSURE
MONTH  MAX          MAX     MIN
JAN    45           30.54   29.40
FEB    61           30.69   29.28
MAR    48           30.48   29.36
APR    52           30.31   29.41
MAY    47           30.36   29.46
JUN    51           30.25   29.54
JUL    45           30.20   29.55
AUG    51           30.22   29.73
SEP    45           30.48   29.71
OCT    38           30.44   29.31
NOV    53           30.61   29.03
DEC    70           30.73   29.24
YEAR   70           30.73   29.23

       EXTREMES                    READING   DATE
WARMEST HIGH TEMPERATURE            95       JUNE 17
COLDEST HIGH TEMPERATURE             9       JANUARY 17
COLDEST LOW TEMPERATURE            -24       DECEMBER 18
WARMEST LOW TEMPERATURE             76       JULY 21
LAST SPRING FREEZE (32 DEGREES)     27       APRIL 12
FIRST FALL FREEZE (32 DEGREES)      31       OCTOBER 7
HIGHEST DAILY PRECIPITATION          2.15    OCTOBER 4
HIGHEST DAILY SNOWFALL              14.2     FEBRUARY 2
HIGHEST SNOW DEPTH                  12       FEBRUARY 3-4
LAST MEASURABLE SNOW (2014-15)       3.0     MARCH 26
FIRST MEASURABLE SNOW (2015-16)      2.5     NOVEMBER 18
HIGHEST WIND GUST                   70       DECEMBER 25
HIGHEST SURFACE PRESSURE            30.73    DECEMBER 8
LOWEST SURFACE PRESSURE             29.03    NOVEMBER 27

   DAILY RECORDS SET IN 2016
DATE          RECORD         READING    PREVIOUS RECORD
FEBRUARY 2    SNOWFALL        14.2      3.0 (1936)
FEBRUARY 2    PRECIPITATION    1.27     0.40 (1919)
FEBRUARY 19   WARM MIN TEMP   38        35 (1983)
FEBRUARY 27   WARM MAX TEMP   75        68 (2006)
MARCH 7       WARM MAX TEMP   81        75 (1987)
MARCH 8       WARM MIN TEMP   41        41 (TIES WITH 1968)
MARCH 13      WARM MIN TEMP   50        48 (2007, 1973)
MARCH 23      SNOWFALL         7.5      2.5 (1998)
JUNE 10       WARM MIN TEMP   73        73 (TIES WITH 1946)
JUNE 11       WARM MIN TEMP   72        72 (TIES WITH 1952, 1933)
JUNE 12       WARM MIN TEMP   73        71 (1952)
JULY 2        COLD MAX TEMP   64        68 (2015)
JULY 3        COLD MAX TEMP   68        69 (1941, 1898)
SEPTEMBER 22  WARM MIN TEMP   67        67 (TIES WITH 1937)
OCTOBER 4     PRECIPITATION    2.15     1.98 (2005)
NOVEMBER 16   WARM MAX TEMP   76        74 (1953, 1908)
DECEMBER 17   SNOWFALL         2.3      1.5 (1911)
DECEMBER 17   COLD MIN TEMP  -16        -15 (1981)
DECEMBER 18   COLD MIN TEMP  -24        -19 (1983)

   MONTHLY RECORDS SET IN 2016
DATE          RECORD         READING    PREVIOUS RECORD
NONE


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