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CLIMATE SUMMARY
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE OMAHA/VALLEY NE
220 PM CST THU JAN 2 2014

...2013 YEARLY CLIMATE SUMMARY FOR NORFOLK...

ON THE AVERAGE...THE YEAR 2013 IN NORFOLK DID NOT DEPART TOO FAR
FROM NORMAL. THE AVERAGE ANNUAL TEMPERATURE OF 48.4 DEGREES WAS 0.8
DEGREES COOLER THAN NORMAL...WHILE THE AVERAGE ANNUAL PRECIPITATION
OF 24.93 INCHES WAS 2.48 INCHES BELOW NORMAL.  IN BOTH CASES...2013
RANKS NEAR THE MIDDLE OF THE PACK.  THE TOTAL ANNUAL SNOWFALL OF
23.1 INCHES WAS BELOW NORMAL...FALLING AS THE 34TH LOWEST IN YEARS
WITH COMPLETE SNOW RECORDS.  WITHIN THE YEAR...THERE WERE SEVERAL
EXTREMES. THIS YEAR INCLUDED THE 7TH COLDEST SPRING MONTHS OF MARCH-
APRIL-MAY ON RECORD...AS WELL AS THE EARLIEST 100+ DEGREE READING IN
MAY JUST 2 DAYS AFTER A LATE FREEE. SPRING ALSO WAS THE 25TH
WETTEST...BUT DRY WEATHER PLAGUED THE SUMMER MONTHS AGAIN...WITH THE
16TH DRIEST JUNE AND 19TH DRIEST JULY ON RECORD COMBINING TO PRODUCE
THE 20TH DRIEST SUMMER ON RECORD. FORTUNATELY THE HEAT WAS NOT AS
STRONG AS IN 2012 AND THUS THE DROUGHT IMPACTS WERE NOT AS SEVERE.
SUMMER HEAT ARRIVED LATER IN THE SEASON...BRINGING THE 3RD WARMEST
SEPTEMBER ON RECORD...AND THE FIRST FREEZE WAS 9 DAYS LATER THAN
NORMAL.  WITH AN ACTIVE THUNDERSTORM PATTERN INCLUDING TORNADOES ON
OCTOBER 3RD...THE MONTH OF OCTOBER WAS THE 3RD WETTEST ON RECORD.
WINTER ARRIVED ON THE DRY AND COOL SIDE...WITH SNOWFALL MUCH BELOW
AVERAGE FOR THE WINTER SEASON THROUGH THE END OF 2013.

TEMPERATURES IN JANUARY SWUNG FREQUENTLY BETWEEN ABOVE AND BELOW
NORMAL READINGS...BUT ULTIMATELY...THE TEMPERATURES ENDED UP BEING
JUST SLIGHTLY ABOVE NORMAL...THOUGH PRECIPITATION AND SNOWFALL WERE
MUCH BELOW NORMAL. TEMPERATURES SWUNG BETWEEN ABOVE AND BELOW NORMAL
READINGS ROUGHLY EVERY 5 DAYS THROUGH THE MONTH...WITH ONE RAINFALL
ON THE 10TH BUT NO OTHER PRECIPITATION UNTIL THE 22ND. THE
TEMPERATURE ROSE TO 50 DEGREES OR HIGHER ON THREE OUT OF FOUR DAYS
FROM THE 16TH TO THE 19TH...EVEN REACHING 60 ON THE 18TH. A LIGHT
0.3 INCH SNOWFALL ON THE 22ND BROKE A 24-DAY SNOW-FREE STREAK...BUT
THAT WAS THE ONLY SNOW RECORDED IN JANUARY...WHICH CAME IN AS THE
5TH LEAST SNOWY JANUARY ON RECORD.

COLD WEATHER DID NOT LAST LONG INTO FEBRUARY...AS TEMPERATURES
RECOVERED TO ABOVE NORMAL READINGS FROM THE 2ND TO THE 14TH...WITH
DRY WEATHER DOMINATING THROUGH THE 13TH.  HIGH TEMPERATURES AGAIN
REACHED THE 50S ON A COUPLE OF DAYS DURING THE MILD WEATHER.  A COLD
FRONT BROUGHT COLDER TEMPERATURES AND 0.5 INCHES OF SNOW ON THE
14TH....ALONG WITH A SHIFT TO A COLDER WEATHER PATTERN THROUGH THE
REST OF THE MONTH.  A WINTER STORM BROUGHT SNOW ON THE 21ST TO
22ND...WITH 6.4 INCHES OF SNOW ON THE TWO DAYS...AND 6.0 INCHES ON
THE 21ST SETTING A DAILY SNOWFALL RECORD...BRINGING THE FEBRUARY
SNOWFALL TOTAL NEAR NORMAL EVEN WITH SLIGHTLY BELOW NORMAL
PRECIPITATION.

FOR THE WINTER MONTHS OF DECEMBER 2012 THROUGH FEBRUARY 2013...THE
WINTER WAS SLIGHTLY WARMER THAN NORMAL...WITH SLIGHTLY BELOW NORMAL
PRECIPITATION.  THE AVERAGE TEMPERATURE OF 25.9 DEGREES WAS 1.3
DEGREES ABOVE THE NORMAL OF 24.6 DEGREES.  THE TOTAL PRECIPITATION
OF 2.03 INCHES WAS 0.07 INCHES BELOW THE NORMAL OF 2.10 INCHES.  THE
TOTAL SNOWFALL FROM DECEMBER THROUGH FEBRUARY OF 14.9 INCHES WAS 3.0
INCHES BELOW NORMAL.  FOR THE TOTAL 2012-13 WINTER SEASON...27.3
INCHES OF SNOW FELL...WHICH IS 3.2 INCHES BELOW NORMAL AND RANKS
NEAR THE MIDDLE OF THE PACK.

BELOW NORMAL TEMPERATURES CONTINUED INTO MARCH...WHICH WAS DOMINATED
BY COOLER THAN NORMAL WEATHER.  MUCH OF THE PRECIPITATION FOR THE
MONTH FELL ON THE 8TH TO 10TH AS A SERIES OF STORM SYSTEMS MOVED
ACROSS THE AREA.  PRECIPITATION FELL AS RAIN ON THE 8TH...MIXING
WITH SNOW ON THE 9TH AND CONTINUING AS SNOW ON THE 10TH. THE TOTAL
PRECIPITATION WAS 0.85 INCHES FOR THREE DAYS...WITH THUNDER ON THE
8TH AND 9TH...AND WITH 2.8 INCHES OF SNOW ON THE 9TH AND 10TH. THE
SNOW PACK MELTED RAPIDLY AS TEMPERATURES REACHED ABOVE
NORMAL...FALLING TO ZERO SNOW DEPTH BY THE 14TH.  LIGHT SNOWS FELL
AGAIN ON THE 21ST TO 23RD...BRINGING 2.4 MORE INCHES...AS
TEMPERATURES FELL BELOW NORMAL FROM THE 16TH THROUGH THE 28TH.  THE
MONTH ENDED WITH TEMPERATURES FINALLY WARMING ABOVE NORMAL...ALONG
WITH SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS BRINGING 0.19 INCHES OF PRECIPITATION
OVER THE LAST 3 DAYS OF THE MONTH AND AN ADDITIONAL 0.6 INCHES OF
SNOW ON THE 31ST. THE TOTAL SNOWFALL IN MARCH WAS SLIGHTLY ABOVE
NORMAL EVEN WITH BELOW NORMAL PRECIPITATION.

COLD SPRING WEATHER CONTINUED INTO APRIL...WITH A FEW WARM PERIODS
PUNCTUATING LONGER COLD SPELLS.  A NOTABLE SERIES OF THUNDERSTORMS
OCCURRED ON THE 8TH AND 9TH...WITH HAIL ON THE 9TH AS TEMPERATURES
DIPPED NEAR TO BELOW FREEZING...AND WITH PRECIPITATION CHANGING TO A
WINTRY MIX OF FREEZING RAIN...SLEET...AND THEN SNOW LATE ON THE 9TH
AND INTO THE 10TH. THE SYSTEM BROUGHT 2.38 INCHES OF
PRECIPITATION...INCLUDING A TOTAL OF 2.6 INCHES OF SNOW AND SLEET
AND A DAILY RECORD OF 1.75 INCHES OF PRECIPITATION ON THE 9TH. SNOW
FELL AGAIN ON THE 18TH AND THE 22ND...BOTH SETTING DAILY SNOWFALL
RECORDS.  THESE BROUGHT THE MONTHLY TOTAL TO 6.6 INCHES...WHICH WAS
THE HIGHEST MONTHLY TOTAL FOR THE WINTER OF 2012-13. APRIL WAS NOTED
FOR ITS COLD TEMPERATURES AS WELL...WITH A COUPLE OF DAILY COLD
TEMPERATURE RECORDS.  THE LOW TEMPERATURE STAYED ABOVE 50 DEGREES
FOR THE FIRST TIME FOR THE YEAR ON THE 28TH.  THE MINIMUM
TEMPERATURE FELL AT OR BELOW FREEZING ON 19 DAYS IN APRIL...WHICH
TIES FOR THE 2ND HIGHEST TOTAL.  THE TEMPERATURE ROSE ABOVE 80
DEGREES FOR THE FIRST TIME ON THE 28TH...AT 86 DEGREES...WHICH ALSO
WAS ON THE LATER SIDE.

COLD TEMPERATURES PERSISTED INTO EARLY MAY...BEFORE FINALLY TURNING
WARMER NEAR THE MIDDLE OF THE MONTH.  A TRACE OF SNOW FELL ON THE
1ST...ALONG WITH OVER AN INCH OF RAIN...AS THE MONTH STARTED WITH A
COLD SNAP. THE END OF THE COLD WEATHER BROUGHT A RECORD LOW OF 29
DEGREES ON THE 12TH...WHICH WAS ALSO THE LAST FREEZE OF THE SEASON
AND THE 7TH LATEST SPRING FREEZE ON RECORD.  THEN...THERE WAS AN
ABRUPT CHANGE TO HOT WEATHER JUST TWO DAYS LATER...WITH A RECORD
HIGH OF 103 DEGREES SET ON THE 14TH.  THAT WAS THE EARLIEST 100-
DEGREE-OR-GREATER READING ON RECORD FOR NORFOLK...AS WELL AS THE
WARMEST TEMPERATURE OF THE YEAR AND THE ONLY 100+ DEGREE TEMPERATURE
OF THE YEAR. TEMPERATURES REMAINED ABOVE NORMAL FOR A FEW MORE
DAYS...THEN SETTLED BACK TO READINGS CLOSER TO NORMAL FOR THE REST
OF THE MONTH. THUNDERSTORMS BROUGHT ABUNDANT RAIN ON THE
18TH...19TH... AND 25TH THROUGH 27TH. WHILE THE TEMPERATURES SWINGS
IN MAY WERE REMARKABLE...THE AVERAGE TEMPERATURE FOR THE MONTH ENDED
JUST SLIGHTLY BELOW NORMAL...WITH A SECOND MONTH OF ABOVE-NORMAL
PRECIPITATION.

THE SPRING OF 2013 WAS MUCH COOLER...WETTER...AND SNOWIER THAN
NORMAL.  THE AVERAGE TEMPERATURE OF 45.4 DEGREES WAS 3.8 DEGREES
BELOW THE NORMAL OF 49.2 DEGREES...AND WAS THE 7TH COLDEST ON
RECORD.  THE TOTAL PRECIPITATION OF 10.52 INCHES WAS 2.17 INCHES
ABOVE THE NORMAL OF 8.35 INCHES...AND WAS THE 25TH WETTEST ON
RECORD. THE MOISTURE BROUGHT WELCOME RELIEF FROM PROLONGED DROUGHT
CONDITIONS THAT HAD CONTINUED FROM AS FAR BACK AS 2011.  THE TOTAL
SNOWFALL OF 12.4 INCHES WAS 4.7 INCHES ABOVE THE NORMAL OF 7.7
INCHES...AND WAS THE 29TH SNOWIEST SPRING ON RECORD.  THE SPRING
INCLUDED THE EARLIEST TEMPERATURE AT OR ABOVE 100 DEGREES ON
RECORD...DESPITE BEING DOMINATED BY COOLER TEMPERATURES.

TEMPERATURES IN JUNE WERE QUITE A BIT LESS EXTREME...WITH A SLIGHTLY
COOL START TO THE MONTH AND A SLIGHTLY WARM FINISH THAT WASHED OUT
TO A SLIGHTLY BELOW NORMAL MONTHLY AVERAGE. THOUGH THERE WERE
SEVERAL DAYS OF THUNDERSTORMS IN JUNE...PRECIPITATION ENDED BELOW
NORMAL FOR THE MONTH...WITH 2.18 INCHES BEING THE 16TH DRIEST JUNE
ON RECORD.

BENIGN WEATHER CONTINUED INTO JULY...IN FACT...SO BENIGN THAT IT WAS
THE 19TH DRIEST JULY ON RECORD.  JUST 1.23 INCHES OF RAIN FELL
THROUGH THE MONTH...WHICH WAS ENOUGH OF A DEFICIT TO CAUSE WORSENING
DROUGHT CONDITIONS AFTER A SPRING THAT HAD BROUGHT RELIEF...EVEN
WITH THE COOLER-THAN-NORMAL TEMPERATURES IN JULY. TEMPERATURES SWUNG
A FEW TIMES BETWEEN ABOVE AND BELOW AVERAGE TEMPERATURES...WITH
THE WARMEST MINIMUM TEMPERATURE OF THE YEAR OCCURRED ON THE
13TH...FOLLOWED BY A COLD COUPLE OF DAYS NEAR THE END OF THE MONTH
THAT SET DAILY COLD TEMPERATURE RECORDS.

SOME RELIEF FROM THE REINVIGORATED DROUGHT ARRIVED IN AUGUST...WITH
NEAR-NORMAL PRECIPITATION. THE FIRST HALF OF THE MONTH LEANED TOWARD
COLDER THAN AVERAGE TEMPERATURES...WITH A FEW THUNDERSTORM DAYS AND
WITH MUCH OF THE PRECIPITATION FOR THE MONTH.  FROM THE 19TH THROUGH
THE 30TH...WARM TEMPERATURES AND DRIER WEATHER DOMINATED...WITH THE
EXCEPTION OF THUNDERSTORMS ON THE 21ST AND 22ND. A DAILY RECORD WARM
MINIMUM TEMPERATURES WAS TIED NEAR THE END OF THE MONTH...WITH
TEMPERATURES IN THE 90S EVERY DAY FROM THE 24RD THROUGH THE 31ST.

THE SUMMER MONTHS OF JUNE THROUGH AUGUST 2013 WERE DRIER THAN
NORMAL...WITH SLIGHTLY COOLER THAN NORMAL TEMPERATURES.  THE TOTAL
SUMMER PRECIPITATION WAS JUST 6.99 INCHES...WHICH IS THE 20TH DRIEST
ON RECORD AND 3.84 INCHES BELOW NORMAL...OR 65 PERCENT OF NORMAL.
MUCH OF THAT SHORTAGE CAME IN JUNE AND JULY...BOTH OF WHICH WERE
WELL BELOW NORMAL.  THE AVERAGE SUMMER TEMPERATURE OF 72.4 DEGREES
WAS 0.3 DEGREES BELOW NORMAL...AND MAXIMUM TEMPERATURES REMAINED ON
THE MILD SIDE THROUGH MOST OF THE SUMMER.  THE LACK OF EXTREME HEAT
PREVENTED WORSE DROUGHT CONDITIONS FROM DEVELOPING IN THE AREA...BUT
SOME IMPACTS OF PROLONGED DRYNESS WERE STILL NOTED IN NORFOLK AND
SURROUNDING AREAS.

SEPTEMBER WAS DOMINATED BY MUCH WARMER THAN NORMAL
TEMPERATURES...AND WAS THE 3RD WARMEST SEPTEMBER ON RECORD.  JUST 5
DAYS SAW TEMPERATURES BELOW NORMAL...AND TEMPERATURES REACHED 90
DEGREES OR GREATER ON 4 DAYS.  SEPTEMBER ALSO WAS MUCH DRIER THAN
NORMAL...WITH 0.85 INCHES OF RAIN BEING THE 16TH DRIEST SEPTEMBER ON
RECORD. THE LAST 90+ DEGREE READING OCCURRED ON THE 18TH...THOUGH
HIGH TEMPERATURES REACHED THE 80S SEVERAL TIMES NEAR THE END OF THE
MONTH.

WARM WEATHER CONTINUED INTO EARLY OCTOBER...AND EXCEPT FOR A COUPLE
OF COOL DAYS...TEMPERATURES STAYED ABOVE NORMAL THROUGH THE 11TH.
OCTOBER ALSO WAS THE 3RD WETTEST ON RECORD.  THUNDERSTORMS ON THE
2ND THROUGH THE 4TH BROUGHT NOT ONLY HEAVY RAIN TOTALING 1.94
INCHES...BUT ALSO SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS THAT SPAWNED TORNADOES IN
NORTHEAST NEBRASKA ON THE 3RD.  THE DAILY RAINFALL OF 1.17 INCHES ON
THE 2ND WAS A DAILY RECORD.  ANOTHER 2.34 INCHES OF RAIN FELL ON THE
14TH...WHICH SET A DAILY RAINFALL RECORD. THE SECOND HALF OF OCTOBER
WAS COOLER...WITH A FEW LIGHT RAINS BRINGING THE MONTHLY TOTAL TO
4.70 INCHES. WITH SUCH WARM TEMPERATURES TO START THE MONTH...THE
FIRST FREEZE OF THE FALL WAS HELD AT BAY UNTIL THE 13TH...WITH A
BRIEF FALL TO 31 DEGREES.  THIS WAS 9 DAYS LATER THAN THE AVERAGE
FIRST FREEZE OF OCTOBER 4 FOR 1981-2010.  LOW TEMPERATURES
SUBSEQUENTLY FELL BELOW FREEZING ON SEVERAL DAYS IN LATE
OCTOBER...ENDING THE GROWING SEASON AND BRINGING THE AVERAGE MONTHLY
TEMPERATURE DOWN BELOW NORMAL.

WIDE TEMPERATURE SWINGS BETWEEN ABOVE AND BELOW NORMAL READINGS LEFT
THE AVERAGE TEMPERATURE FOR NOVEMBER NEAR NORMAL...DESPITE SEVERAL
WELL BELOW NORMAL AND WELL ABOVE NORMAL DAYS.  NEARLY ALL OF THE
PRECIPITATION FOR THE MONTH FELL ON THE 5TH...WITH 0.70 AND 0.8
INCHES OF RAIN ACCOMPANYING A COLD FRONTAL PASSAGE...MARKING THE
FIRST SNOWFALL OF THE 2013-14 WINTER SEASON. AFTER A MID-MONTH WARM
SPELL...A WEATHER SYSTEM BROUGHT A LIGHT 0.1 INCH SNOWFALL ON THE
21ST. TEMPERATURES FELL TO COLDER THAN NORMAL TEMPERATURES IN WAKE
OF THAT SYSTEM...INCLUDING THE FIRST DAY OF THE WINTER SEASON THAT
TEMPERATURES DID NOT RISE ABOVE FREEZING ON THE 23RD.

FOR THE FALL MONTHS OF SEPTEMBER THROUGH NOVEMBER...NORFOLK WAS
WARNER AND SLIGHTLY WETTER THAN NORMAL. THE AVERAGE TEMPERATURE OF
51.7 DEGREES WAS 1.3 DEGREES WARMER THAN NORMAL. THE TOTAL
PRECIPITATION OF 6.38 INCHES WAS 0.25 INCHES BELOW NORMAL...AND THE
TOTAL SNOWFALL OF 0.9 INCHES FOR THE FALL MONTHS WAS 4.0 INCHES
BELOW NORMAL THROUGH NOVEMBER.

THE COLD AND DRY WEATHER THAT STARTED THE WINTER DOMINATED THE MONTH
OF DECEMBER.  IT WAS THE 24TH COLDEST AND 12TH DRIEST DECEMBER ON
RECORD FOR NORFOLK...WITH WINTER SNOWFALL MEASURING JUST 2.4 INCHES
THROUGH THE END OF 2013.  THE FIRST COLD AIR OUTBREAK OF THE MONTH
ARRIVED WITH LIGHT FREEZING DRIZZLE AND SETTLED IN ON THE 4TH TO
15TH...WITH THE HEART OF THE COLD AIR ON THE 5TH TO 9TH AS THE
TEMPERATURE REMAINED BELOW 20 DEGREES. THE MOST SUBSTANTIAL SNOW OF
THE WINTER TO DATE ARRIVED NEAR THE END OF THE COLD SNAP...WITH 1.8
INCHES ON THE 8TH AND ANOTHER 0.3 INCHES ON THE 10TH.  DRIER AND
WARMER AIR ARRIVED MID-MONTH...WITH TEMPERATURES TURNING COLD JUST
BEFORE CHRISTMAS.  BRIEF WARMTH RETURNED FROM CHRISTMAS TO THE NEXT
FEW DAYS...WITH DAILY RECORD HIGH TEMPERATURES SET ON THE 27TH AND
TIED ON THE 28TH...FOLLOWED BY A LIGHT 0.3 INCHES OF SNOW ON THE
30TH AS VARIABLE TEMPERATURES CLOSED THE LAST FEW DAYS OF 2013.

                       2013 STATISTICS
          TEMPERATURE                   PRECIPITATION
MONTH  AVG. DEPART.  MAX  MIN     TOTAL  DEPART. SNOW/SLEET TSTORM DAYS
JAN    23.8   1.2     60   -2     0.24   -0.35    0.3         0
FEB    27.7   0.9     60   -4     0.66   -0.10    7.1         0
MAR    32.7  -4.7     70    9     1.28   -0.49    5.8         3
APR    44.0  -5.6     86   20     3.84    1.19    6.6         3
MAY    59.4  -1.1    103   29     5.40    1.47      T        10
JUN    69.4  -0.8     97   43     2.18   -2.08      0        13
JUL    73.8  -1.2     96   44     1.23   -2.09      0         9
AUG    73.8   1.0     94   56     3.58    0.33      0         7
SEP    69.5   5.7     97   37     0.85   -1.84      0         3
OCT    49.7  -1.3     84   26     4.70    2.63      0         5
NOV    36.1  -0.3     64    5     0.83   -0.54    0.9         0
DEC    20.3  -4.0     62   -9     0.14   -0.61    2.4         0
YEAR   48.4  -0.8    103   -9    24.93   -2.48   23.1        53

           DEGREE DAYS
MONTH  HEATING  DEPART.  COOLING  DEPART.
JAN      1270     -46         0       0
FEB      1039     -32         0       0
MAR       992     136         0       0
APR       628     154         4      -8
MAY       226      36        60      11
JUN        42      12       183      -3
JUL        13       9       291     -23
AUG         3      -9       286      31
SEP        29     -97       172      82
OCT       477      34         9       0
NOV       864       4         0       0
DEC      1376     115         0       0
YEAR     6959     227      1005      90

       WIND GUST    SEA LEVEL PRESSURE
MONTH  MAX          MAX     MIN
JAN    44           30.61   29.36
FEB    46           30.47   29.22
MAR    47           30.48   29.60
APR    46           30.39   29.28
MAY    47           30.64   29.40
JUN    45           30.16   29.59
JUL    35           30.27   29.72
AUG    37           30.20   29.76
SEP    41           30.33   29.61
OCT    43           30.43   29.51
NOV    49           30.95   29.28
DEC    54           30.82   29.49

       EXTREMES                    READING   DATE
WARMEST HIGH TEMPERATURE           103       MAY 14
COLDEST HIGH TEMPERATURE             8       DECEMBER 6
COLDEST LOW TEMPERATURE             -9       DECEMBER 7
WARMEST LOW TEMPERATURE             77       JULY 13
LAST SPRING FREEZE (32 DEGREES)     29       MAY 12
FIRST FALL FREEZE (32 DEGREES)      31       OCTOBER 13
HIGHEST RAINFALL                     2.34    OCTOBER 14
HIGHEST SNOWFALL                     6.0     FEBRUARY 21
HIGHEST SNOW DEPTH                   6       FEBRUARY 22-24
LAST MEASURABLE SNOW (2012-13)       2.0     APRIL 22
FIRST MEASURABLE SNOW (2013-14)      0.8     NOVEMBER 5
HIGHEST WIND GUST                   54       DECEMBER 28
HIGHEST SURFACE PRESSURE            30.95    NOVEMBER 23
LOWEST SURFACE PRESSURE             29.22    FEBRUARY 10

   DAILY RECORDS SET IN 2012
DATE         RECORD         READING  PREVIOUS RECORD
JANUARY 27   WARM MIN TEMP    34     30 (2006, 1955, 1944)
FEBRUARY 21  SNOWFALL          6.0   5.0 (1913)
FEBRUARY 21  RAINFALL          0.53  0.50 (1913)
APRIL 9      RAINFALL          1.75  1.18 (1941)
APRIL 18     COLD MAX TEMP    32     34 (1910)
APRIL 18     SNOWFALL          1.8   0.5 (1975)
APRIL 22     SNOWFALL          2.0   0.2 (1988)
APRIL 23     COLD MAX TEMP    34     40 (1956)
MAY 12       COLD MIN TEMP    29     30 (1946)
MAY 14       WARM MAX TEMP   103^    96 (1941, 1915)
JULY 28      COLD MIN TEMP    44     48 (1925)
JULY 29      COLD MAX TEMP    64     71 (1981)
AUGUST 16    COLD MAX TEMP    70     70 (TIES WITH 1979, 1897)
AUGUST 24    WARM MIN TEMP    74     74 (TIES WITH 1955, 1948)
OCTOBER 2    RAINFALL         1.17   0.72 (1998)
OCTOBER 14   RAINFALL         2.34   1.25 (1920)
DECEMBER 27  WARM MAX TEMP   62      59 (1937)
DECEMBER 28  WARM MAX TEMP   62      62 (TIES WITH 2002)

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