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CLIMATE SUMMARY...CORRECTED
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE OMAHA/VALLEY NE
1002 PM CST SAT JAN 3 2015

...2014 YEARLY CLIMATE SUMMARY FOR NORFOLK...

THE YEAR 2014 IN NORFOLK WAS WETTER AND COOLER THAN NORMAL. THE
TOTAL ANNUAL PRECIPITATION OF 29.71 INCHES WAS 2.38 INCHES ABOVE
NORMAL AND THE 2OTH WETTEST YEAR ON RECORD.  THE WET YEAR COMES
DESPITE BELOW-NORMAL PRECIPITATION BOTH EARLY AND LATE IN THE
YEAR...INCLUDING THE 4TH DRIEST WINTER (DECEMBER 2013 THROUGH
FEBRUARY 2014) AND 4TH DRIEST MARCH...AND WAS DRIVEN MAINLY BY THE
WET MONTHS OF JUNE (3RD WETTEST) AND AUGUST (3RD WETTEST).  WITH THE
WET MONTHS COMING IN THE WARM SEASON...SNOWFALL WAS LAGGING IN 2014.
THE TOTAL 2014 ANNUAL SNOWFALL WAS 26.2 INCHES AND THE PEAK SNOW
DEPTH OF JUST 3 INCHES WAS THE LOWEST ON RECORD (SINCE 1948).  THE
AVERAGE ANNUAL TEMPERATURE OF 48.3 DEGREES WAS 1.0 DEGREES COOLER
THAN NORMAL.  WITHIN THE YEAR...THERE WERE SEVERAL NOTABLE EXTREMES.
 THE COLDEST MAXIMUM TEMPERATURE EVER RECORDED IN THE MONTH OF MARCH
OCCURRED THIS YEAR...AT JUST 0 DEGREES ON MARCH 2.  THE DRY SPRING
MONTHS WERE MARKED BY HIGH FIRE DANGER...AND WERE FOLLOWED BY
SEVERAL ROUNDS OF SIGNIFICANT SEVERE WEATHER AND HEAVY RAINFALL IN
THE LATE SPRING THROUGH SUMMER.  THE MONTH OF DECEMBER INCLUDED THE
WARMEST DECEMBER MINIMUM TEMPERATURE ON RECORD AT 46 DEGREES ON
DECEMBER 13.

JANUARY WAS MARKED BY WIDE SWINGS BETWEEN ABOVE- AND WELL BELOW-
NORMAL TEMPERATURES...ALONG WITH GUSTY WINDS...WHILE ALSO BEING THE
10TH DRIEST JANUARY ON RECORD.  THE MONTH BEGAN WITH TEMPERATURES
WELL BELOW NORMAL...WITH SEVERAL DAYS SEEING BELOW-ZERO
TEMPERATURES.  READINGS FLIPPED TO ABOVE NORMAL FOR MUCH OF THE
MIDDLE THIRD OF THE MONTH...INCLUDING A TIE FOR A DAILY RECORD
MAXIMUM TEMPERATURE ON THE 19TH AT 66 DEGREES.  PEAK WIND GUSTS
EXCEEDED 50 MPH FIVE TIMES DURING THE MONTH AND FOUR TIMES BETWEEN
THE 14TH AND THE 20TH...AND GUSTS EXCEEDED 60 MPH FOUR TIMES IN THE
MONTH...WITH THE PEAK WINDS OF THE MONTH ON THE 18TH AT 67 MPH.
RAPID TEMPERATURE SWINGS MARKED THE END OF THE MONTH AS
WELL...INCLUDING A DIURNAL RANGE OF 49 DEGREES ON THE 26TH...WITH A
HIGH OF 54 AND A LOW OF 5 DEGREES.  SNOWFALL WAS SCANT IN
JANUARY...WITH NO DAILY SNOWFALLS OVER AN INCH...AND WITH SNOW ON
JUST THREE DAYS TOTALING 1.2 INCHES FOR THE MONTH.

IF TEMPERATURES WERE BELOW NORMAL IN JANUARY...THEY WERE
SIGNIFICANTLY BELOW NORMAL IN FEBRUARY...WITH A PROLONGED COLD SNAP
FOR THE FIRST HALF OF THE MONTH AND ANOTHER SIGNIFICANT COLD STRETCH
FOR THE LAST SIX DAYS OF THE MONTH.  SNOWFALL IN FEBRUARY WAS
FREQUENT...WITH MEASURABLE SNOWFALL REPORTED ON 8 DAYS DURING THE
MONTH...AND THE SNOWFALL TOTAL OF 6.9 INCHES WAS ABOVE NORMAL EVEN
THOUGH THE GREATEST ONE-DAY SNOWFALL OF THE MONTH WAS JUST 2.9
INCHES ON THE 24TH.  PRECIPITATION FOR THE MONTH REMAINED BELOW
NORMAL AMID A STREAK OF DRY MONTHS.

FOR THE WINTER MONTHS OF DECEMBER 2013 THROUGH FEBRUARY
2014...NORFOLK WAS COLDER AND DRIER THAN NORMAL.  THE TOTAL
PRECIPITATION OF JUST 0.67 INCHES WAS THE 4TH DRIEST ON
RECORD...FALLING 1.43 INCHES SHORT OF NORMAL.  IN FACT...THE TOTAL
DECEMBER THROUGH FEBRUARY PRECIPITATION WAS ROUGHLY EQUAL TO THE
NORMAL PRECIPITATION FOR ANY OF THE INDIVIDUAL MONTHS ALONE.
DECEMBER THROUGH FEBRUARY SNOWFALL OF 10.5 INCHES WAS 7.4 INCHES
BELOW NORMAL FOR THOSE MONTHS...AND THE TOTAL WINTER SNOWFALL OF
19.9 INCHES FOR 2013-14 WAS AROUND THE 15TH LOWEST ON RECORD AND
10.6 INCHES BELOW NORMAL.  THE AVERAGE TEMPERATURE OF 20.6 DEGREES
FOR DECEMBER THROUGH FEBRUARY WAS THE 30TH COLDEST ON RECORD AND 4.0
DEGREES BELOW NORMAL.

COLD AND DRY WEATHER CONTINUED INTO MARCH...AS NORFOLK TIED ITS 8TH
DRIEST MARCH ON RECORD AND ITS 4TH DRIEST JANUARY THROUGH MARCH ON
RECORD...AND WITH MARCH BEING THE 6TH DRY MONTH IN A ROW FOR
NORFOLK. MARCH CAME IN LIKE A POLAR BEAR...WITH TEMPERATURES WELL
BELOW NORMAL THROUGH THE FIRST 8 DAYS.  IN ADDITION TO SETTING DAILY
RECORD COLD TEMPERATURES ON THE 2ND AND  3RD...NORFOLK ALSO SET A
RECORD FOR THE COLDEST MAXIMUM TEMPERATURE EVER RECORDED IN
MARCH...AT 0 DEGREES ON THE 2ND.  THE COLDEST TEMPERATURE OF 2014
OCCURRED ON THE 3RD...WITH A DAILY RECORD COLD READING OF -14
DEGREES. LIGHT SNOW FELL ON 3 DAYS DURING THE MONTH...WITH THE
HIGHEST DAILY SNOWFALL TOTAL OF THE YEAR ON THE 1ST AS 3.2 INCHES
FELL. WITH THE PROLONGED DRY WEATHER AND DELAYED GREEN-UP...ALONG
WITH BREEZY CONDITIONS...FIRE DANGERS WERE VERY HIGH TO EXTREME ON
SEVERAL DAYS IN MID TO LATE MARCH.  TRUE TO FOLKLORE...MARCH EXITED
LIKE A LAMB...THOUGH A BREEZY ONE...WITH TEMPERATURES REACHING THE
60S AND 70S TO END THE MONTH.

IN A RELIEF FROM THE WINTER AND EARLY SPRING...APRIL WAS WETTER THAN
NORMAL IN NORFOLK...AND TEMPERATURES WERE NEAR NORMAL FOR THE
MONTH...WITH MORE TYPICAL SPRING-LIKE FLUCTUATIONS BETWEEN ABOVE-
AND BELOW-NORMAL READINGS. PRECIPITATION FINALLY REACHED ABOVE
NORMAL...INCLUDING THE LAST SNOWFALL OF THE SEASON ON THE 13TH AT
1.5 INCHES AND A DAILY RECORD 3.0 INCHES ON THE 3RD. BOUTS OF GUSTY
WINDS CONTINUED...WITH WIND GUSTS EXCEEDING 50 MPH TWICE IN THE
MONTH. VERY HIGH TO EXTREME FIRE DANGER PERSISTED THROUGH THE
MONTH...GIVEN THE COMBINATION OF DRY WEATHER...DELAYED GREEN-
UP...AND BREEZY WINDS.

DRY WEATHER RETURNED INTO MAY...WITH SLIGHTLY BELOW-NORMAL
TEMPERATURES ON AVERAGE. SEVERE WEATHER ON MAY 11 -- MOTHERS DAY --
REMAINED SOUTH OF NORFOLK.  IN ITS WAKE...COOLER WEATHER INFILTRATED
EASTERN NEBRASKA...AND TEMPERATURES CONTINUED THEIR SPRING-LIKE
SWINGS. A STRETCH OF DAYS WITH LOWS IN THE 20S AND 30S BROUGHT A
LATE FREEZE TO NORFOLK...WITH A LOW TEMPERATURE OF 31 DEGREES ON THE
17TH THAT ALSO WAS THE LAST FREEZE OF THE SPRING AND TIED FOR THE
13TH LATEST LAST FREEZE ON RECORD.

FOR THE SPRING MONTHS OF MARCH THROUGH MAY...NORFOLK WAS DRIER THAN
NORMAL...WITH NEAR-NORMAL TEMPERATURES.  THE MARCH THROUGH MAY
RAINFALL OF 4.93 INCHES WAS 3.42 INCHES BELOW NORMAL AND THE 24TH
DRIEST SPRING ON RECORD.  WITH A COLD MARCH AND A WARM MAY...THE
AVERAGE SPRING TEMPERATURE ENDED VERY CLOSE TO NORMAL...WITH THE
AVERAGE OF 48.6 DEGREES FALLING JUST 0.6 DEGREES BELOW NORMAL AND
RIGHT IN THE MIDDLE OF THE RECORD. SPRING 2014 IN NORFOLK WILL BE
REMEMBERED FOR ITS HIGH FIRE ACTIVITY...THE VERY COLD WEATHER
EARLY...AND THE LATE FREEZE IN MAY.

 WEATHER CONDITIONS TURNED BACK TO WET IN JUNE.  THE 11.39
INCHES OF RAINFALL DURING THE MONTH OF JUNE WAS THE 3RD WETTEST ON
RECORD...WHILE TEMPERATURES WERE NEAR NORMAL.  A SEVERE WEATHER
OUTBREAK ON THE 3RD BROUGHT 2.45 INCHES OF RAINFALL...AS WELL AS
WINDS GUSTING TO 58 MPH. THUNDERSTORMS ALSO BROUGHT INTERMITTENT
RAINS ON SEVERAL OTHER DAYS IN THE MONTH. ACTIVE WEATHER RETURNED
MID-MONTH...WITH THUNDERSTORMS BRINGING A DAILY RECORD RAINFALL OF
2.56 INCHES ON THE 14TH.  THUNDERSTORMS OCCURRED ON BOTH THE 15TH
AND THE 16TH...WITH SIGNIFICANT SEVERE WEATHER JUST NORTHEAST OF
NORFOLK AS MULTIPLE TORNADOES OCCURRED IN NORTHEAST NEBRASKA ON BOTH
DAYS.  THUNDERSTORMS BROUGHT RAINFALL ON SEVERAL MORE DAYS THROUGH
THE END OF THE MONTH...INCLUDING SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS WITH WINDS
GUSTING TO 59 MPH AND A DAILY RECORD 1.15 INCHES OF RAIN ON THE
30TH. FOR THE MOST PART...TEMPERATURES DID NOT STRAY FAR FROM NORMAL
THROUGH THE MONTH.  THE WARMEST LOW TEMPERATURE OF THE YEAR OCCURRED
ON THE 18TH...AT 75 DEGREES.

THE WET WEATHER WAS SHORT-LIVED...AS DRY AND COOL CONDITIONS
RETURNED IN JULY.  NORFOLK EXPERIENCED ITS 7TH COOLEST AND 18TH
DRIEST JULY ON RECORD...MARKING THE THIRD YEAR IN A ROW IN WHICH
JULY PRECIPITATION WAS SUBSTANTIALLY BELOW NORMAL.  LIGHT RAINS
OCCURRED ON SEVERAL DAYS DURING THE MONTH OF JULY...THOUGH JUST ONE
DAY HAD OVER A QUARTER OF AN INCH...WITH 0.67 INCHES ON THE 11TH.
BELOW-AVERAGE TEMPERATURES WERE NOTED PARTICULARLY IN THE FIRST FEW
DAYS OF JULY AND AT MID-MONTH.  THE HIGHEST TEMPERATURE OF 2014
OCCURRED ON THE 21ST...AT 94 DEGREES...WHICH IS TIED FOR THE 2ND
LOWEST ANNUAL MAXIMUM TEMPERATURE ON RECORD.

FOLLOWING A DRY JULY...AUGUST WAS THE 3RD WETTEST ON RECORD...WITH
7.21 INCHES OF RAIN FOR THE MONTH.  TEMPERATURE AVERAGED NEAR
NORMAL...WITH LITTLE DEVIATION FROM AVERAGE.  IN FACT...THE EXTREMES
OF COOLEST AND WARMEST DAILY TEMPERATURES WERE AMONG THE LEAST
EXTREME ON RECORD FOR AUGUST....WITH THE COOL EXTREMES WELL ABOVE
THE NORMAL COOLEST READINGS FOR AUGUST...AND THE WARM EXTREMES WELL
BELOW THE NORMAL WARMEST READINGS.  MEASURABLE RAIN FELL ON 8 OF THE
FIRST 10 DAYS IN AUGUST...FOLLOWED BY A DRIER PERIOD FROM THE 11TH
TO THE 21ST WITH JUST 0.01 INCHES OF RAIN.  FREQUENT RAINS RETURNED
FOR THE REST OF THE MONTH...WITH MEASURABLE RAIN ON 7 OF THOSE 10
DAYS.

FOR THE SUMMER MONTHS OF JUNE THROUGH AUGUST...NORFOLK EXPERIENCED
WELL ABOVE NORMAL RAINFALL...WITH BELOW-NORMAL TEMPERATURES.  THE
TOTAL SUMMER PRECIPITATION OF 19.73 INCHES WAS THE 4TH HIGHEST ON
RECORD AND 8.90 INCHES ABOVE NORMAL.  RAINFALL THROUGH THE SUMMER
WAS MARKED BY NEAR-RECORD RAINFALL IN BOTH JUNE AND AUGUST...WITH
THE DRY JULY IN BETWEEN.  THE AVERAGE SUMMER TEMPERATURE OF 71.2
DEGREES WAS 1.5 DEGREES COOLER THAN THE NORMAL OF 72.7 DEGREES...AND
WAS MARKED BY VERY FEW TEMPERATURE EXTREMES THROUGH THE SUMMER.

DRIER WEATHER RETURNED IN SEPTEMBER...WITH NEAR-NORMAL TEMPERATURES.
THE LAST 90+ DEGREE READING OF 2014 OCCURRED ON THE 19TH AT 90
DEGREES.  PERIODIC LIGHT RAINFALL OCCURRED THROUGHOUT THE MONTH.
ESPECIALLY COOL WEATHER OCCURRED AROUND MID-MONTH...WITH ABOVE-
NORMAL TEMPERATURES FOR THE LAST 8 DAYS OF THE MONTH AND
PARTICULARLY FROM THE 26TH TO THE 30TH.  THE FOUR-MONTH RAINFALL
TOTAL FROM JUNE THROUGH SEPTEMBER WAS 21.73 INCHES...WHICH WAS THE
4TH WETTEST SUCH PERIOD ON RECORD AND IS 147% OF THE NORMAL
PRECIPITATION OF 14.76 INCHES FOR THAT PERIOD.

OCTOBER IN NORFOLK WAS WARMER AND DRIER THAN NORMAL. THE MONTH
BROUGHT BACK A ROLLER-COASTER OF TEMPERATURES THAT AVERAGED ABOVE
NORMAL...WITH A MODERATE AMOUNT OF PRECIPITATION ON RELATIVELY FEW
DAYS.  A WARM AND WET START TO THE MONTH TIPPED OVER TOWARD THE
COOLER SIDE...WITH MOSTLY NEAR- TO BELOW-NORMAL TEMPERATURES THROUGH
MID-MONTH.  A DRY STRETCH FROM THE 3RD TO THE 11TH WAS FOLLOWED BY
LIGHT RAIN ON THE 12TH...THEN DRY WEATHER AGAIN UNTIL THE 22ND.
TEMPERATURES POPPED UP TO READINGS WELL ABOVE NORMAL FROM MID TO
LATE MONTH...WITH COOLER WEATHER NOT RETURNING UNTIL HALLOWEEN.  THE
FIRST FREEZE OF FALL 2014 ARRIVED ON THE 4TH...WHICH IS JUST A DAY
LATER THAN THE PERIOD-OF-RECORD AVERAGE FOR NORFOLK.

THE MONTH OF NOVEMBER WAS CHARACTERIZED BY A WARM START AND A VERY
COLD MIDDLE...WITH TEMPERATURE SWINGS TO FINISH THE MONTH.  NOVEMBER
ENDED UP BEING THE 13TH COLDEST ON RECORD FOR NORFOLK...WHILE THE
PRECIPITATION TOTAL OF 0.32 INCHES WAS THE 33RD DRIEST ON RECORD.
AFTER A COOL 1ST...WARMER-THAN-AVERAGE TEMPERATURES SET IN FROM THE
2ND THROUGH THE 9TH.  FOLLOWING A STRONG COLD FRONT ON THE
10TH...THE FIRST MEASURABLE SNOW OF THE SEASON FELL ON THE 10TH WITH
0.3 INCHES...WITH AN ADDITIONAL 0.2 INCHES ON THE 13TH.  A MUCH
COLDER AIRMASS REMAINED IN PLACE THROUGH THE 20TH...WITH
TEMPERATURES REMAINING BELOW FREEZING FROM THE 10TH THROUGH THE
18TH.  SNOW FELL AGAIN ON THE 15TH...WITH 3.2 INCHES MATCHING THE
HIGHEST DAILY SNOWFALL TOTAL OF THE YEAR 2014. THE COLD WEATHER
BROKE ON THE 21ST...WITH TEMPERATURE SWINGS THROUGH THE REST OF THE
MONTH TAKING TEMPERATURES FROM THE 70S THROUGH THE 20S AND TEENS TO
END THE MONTH.  THE MONTHLY SNOWFALL OF 3.7 INCHES WAS SLIGHTLY
BELOW NORMAL...THOUGH IT WAS THE HIGHEST NOVEMBER TOTAL SINCE 2005.

FOR THE FALL MONTHS OF SEPTEMBER THROUGH NOVEMBER...NORFOLK WAS
COOLER AND DRIER THAN NORMAL.  THE TOTAL OF 3.29 INCHES OF
PRECIPITATION WAS 2.84 INCHES BELOW NORMAL AND THE 29TH DRIEST
AUTUMN ON RECORD.  THE AVERAGE TEMPERATURE OF 49.4 DEGREES WAS 1.0
DEGREES BELOW NORMAL AND THE 27TH COOLEST FALL ON RECORD.

WITH A VERY WARM STRETCH IN MID-DECEMBER...AND TEMPERATURES MAINLY
ABOVE NORMAL THROUGH MUCH OF THE MONTH...THE AVERAGE TEMPERATURE IN
DECEMBER WAS 28.2 DEGREES...WHICH IS 3.9 DEGREES ABOVE NORMAL.
WHILE THE MONTH OF DECEMBER WAS SLIGHTLY WETTER THAN NORMAL...THE
MONTHLY SNOWFALL OF 5.9 INCHES WAS NEAR NORMAL.

AFTER A SLIGHTLY COOL START TO THE MONTH OF DECEMBER...TEMPERATURES
ROSE ABOVE AVERAGE IN NORFOLK ON THE 2ND AND REMAINED THERE ON ALL
BUT 2 DAYS THROUGH THE 15TH. ON THE 13TH AND 14TH IN
PARTICULAR...NUMEROUS RECORD WARM TEMPERATURES WERE SET...INCLUDING
DAILY RECORD WARMEST MINIMUM TEMPERATURES ON BOTH DAYS...AS WELL AS
THE WARMEST MINIMUM TEMPERATURE EVER RECORDED IN DECEMBER. THE MID-
MONTH WAS MARKED BY LONG PERIODS OF CLOUDINESS...BUT MEASURABLE RAIN
HELD OF UNTIL THE 14TH.  THE RAIN TOTAL ON THE 14TH THROUGH THE 15TH
WAS 0.62 INCHES...OR NEARLY HALF OF THE PRECIPITATION FOR THE MONTH.
THE SYSTEM BROUGHT GUSTY NORTHWEST WINDS TO NORFOLK...WITH 50 MPH
GUSTS RECORDED ON THE 14TH...AND WITH LIGHT FREEZING RAIN BUT JUST A
TRACE OF SNOW REPORTED BEHIND THE COLD FRONT. BEHIND THE STORM
SYSTEM...TEMPERATURES FELL BACK TO SLIGHTLY BELOW NORMAL READINGS
JUST BRIEFLY...WITH A GRADUAL WARMING BRINGING TEMPERATURES BACK
ABOVE NORMAL ON THE 18TH AS THE CLOUDY REGIME PERSISTED.  THE FIRST
MEASURABLE SNOW OF THE MONTH FELL ON THE 18TH...WITH 0.4 INCHES
FALLING. MORE APPRECIABLE SNOW FELL ON THE 23RD AND 26TH WHERE 2.1
AND 1.9 INCHES FELL RESPECTIVELY. THIS SNOW HELPED SET THE STAGE FOR
A VERY COLD END TO THE MONTH. FROM THE 27TH THROUGH THE 31ST
TEMPERATURES WERE WELL BELOW NORMAL AND ON THE 30TH THE DAYTIME HIGH
WAS ONLY 2 DEGREES.

                       2014 STATISTICS
          TEMPERATURE                   PRECIPITATION
MONTH  AVG. DEPART.  MAX  MIN     TOTAL  DEPART. SNOW/SLEET TSTORM DAYS
JAN    21.6  -1.0     66  -13     0.14   -0.45    1.2         0
FEB    20.0  -6.8     62  -13     0.42   -0.34    6.9         0
MAR    34.2  -3.2     77  -14     0.37   -1.40    4.0         0
APR    50.3   0.7     82   19     3.31    0.66    4.5         4
MAY    61.3   0.8     87   28     1.25   -2.68      0         6
JUN    70.4   0.2     93   40    11.39    7.13      0        15
JUL    70.7  -4.3     94   47     1.13   -2.19      0         7
AUG    72.5  -0.3     91   52     7.21    3.96      0        14
SEP    63.5  -0.3     90   35     2.00   -0.69      0         6
OCT    52.9   1.9     78   21     0.97   -1.10      0         3
NOV    31.7  -4.7     77   -5     0.32   -1.05    3.7         0
DEC    28.2   3.9     58  -11     1.20    0.45    5.9         0
YEAR   48.3  -1.0     94  -14    29.71    2.38   26.2        55

           DEGREE DAYS
MONTH  HEATING  DEPART.  COOLING  DEPART.
JAN      1334      18         0       0
FEB      1254     183         0       0
MAR       944      88         0       0
APR       436     -38         2     -10
MAY       202      12        95      46
JUN        25      -5       194       8
JUL        12       8       196    -118
AUG         0     -12       240     -15
SEP       117      -9        81      -9
OCT       374     -69         4      -5
NOV       990     130         0       0
DEC      1136    -125         0       0
YEAR     6824     181       915    -103

       WIND GUST    SEA LEVEL PRESSURE
MONTH  MAX          MAX     MIN
JAN    67           30.91   29.31
FEB    49           30.73   29.55
MAR    49           30.72   29.25
APR    52           30.36   29.15
MAY    46           30.33   29.45
JUN    59           30.11   29.40
JUL    47           30.29   29.64
AUG    53           30.19   29.58
SEP    51           30.51   29.59
OCT    49           30.63   29.52
NOV    48           30.68   29.30
DEC    49           31.01   29.43

       EXTREMES                    READING   DATE
WARMEST HIGH TEMPERATURE            94       JULY 21
COLDEST HIGH TEMPERATURE             0       MARCH 2
COLDEST LOW TEMPERATURE            -14       MARCH 3
WARMEST LOW TEMPERATURE             75       JUNE 18
LAST SPRING FREEZE (32 DEGREES)     31       MAY 17
FIRST FALL FREEZE (32 DEGREES)      31       OCTOBER 4
HIGHEST DAILY PRECIPITATION          2.56    JUNE 14
HIGHEST DAILY SNOWFALL               3.2     MARCH 1, NOVEMBER 15
HIGHEST SNOW DEPTH                   3       FEBRUARY 25, MARCH 2-3, NOVEMBER 16-17
LAST MEASURABLE SNOW (2013-14)       1.5     APRIL 13
FIRST MEASURABLE SNOW (2014-15)      0.3     NOVEMBER 10
HIGHEST WIND GUST                   67       JANUARY 18
HIGHEST SURFACE PRESSURE            31.01    DECEMBER 30
LOWEST SURFACE PRESSURE             29.15    APRIL 27

   DAILY RECORDS SET IN 2014
DATE         RECORD         READING  PREVIOUS RECORD
JANUARY 19   WARM MAX TEMP   66      66 (TIES WITH 1921)
FEBRUARY 24  SNOWFALL         2.9    1.2 (1993)
MARCH 2      COLD MAX TEMP    0      10 (1916)
MARCH 3      COLD MIN TEMP  -14      -10 (1960)
MARCH 10     WARM MAX TEMP   77      76 (1967)
APRIL 3      SNOWFALL         3.0    1.9 (1977)
MAY 15       COLD MIN TEMP   29      29 (TIES WITH 1907)
MAY 16       COLD MIN TEMP   28      28 (TIES WITH 1929)
JUNE 13      COLD MIN TEMP   40      40 (TIES WITH 1969)
JUNE 14      PRECIPITATION    2.56   1.70 (1964)
JUNE 30      PRECIPITATION    1.15   0.80 (1903)
JULY 16      COLD MIN TEMP   47      50 (1906)
AUGUST 31    PRECIPITATION    1.34   0.80 (1963)
SEPTEMBER 11 COLD MAX TEMP   54      55 (1924)
SEPTEMBER 23 PRECIPITATION    0.82   0.67 (2010)
NOVEMBER 16  COLD MIN TEMP   -5      -2 (1959, 1955)
NOVEMBER 29  WARM MAX TEMP   77      65 (1932)
DECEMBER 13  WARM MIN TEMP   46      30 (1935, 1930, 1924, 1920, 1907)
DECEMBER 14  WARM MIN TEMP   37      32 (2006, 1928)

   MONTHLY RECORDS SET IN 2014
DATE         RECORD         READING  PREVIOUS RECORD
MARCH 2      COLD MAX TEMP    0      2 (3/10/1948)
DECEMBER 13  WARM MIN TEMP   46      45 (12/2/1962, 12/3/1962)

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MAYES/PEARSON


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