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...COLLEGE STATION'S MARCH TOP 10 LIST...

The following is a list of College Station's Top 10 wettest, driest, warmest, and coolest Marchs (see note below table).

College Station's March Lists (1889-2014)
Top 10
Wettest
8.66 2012
8.03 1926
6.74 2007
6.63 1941
6.58 1912
6.24 1934
6.08 2001
6.07 1923
6.07 1980
5.86 1969
Top 10
Driest
0.29 1971
0.36 1986
0.41 1904
0.43 1916
0.50 1918
0.58 1917
0.66 1959
0.67 1954
0.69 2011
0.69 1963
Top 10
Warmest
68.5 1921
67.7 1935
67.7 1938
67.5 1945
67.2 1916
67.1 2012
67.1 1911
66.9 1904
66.6 1974
66.6 1918
Top 10
Coolest
51.7 1915
52.9 1969
53.5 1965
53.8 1931
54.1 1932
54.5 1960
54.9 2001
54.9 1924
55.3 1958
55.4 1970

 

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Note: Rainfall and temperature data observations began on the campus of Texas A & M College in May 1882. Records were sporadic from 1882 to 1907 and no records are available for 1908 and 1909. Reliable records are available from 1910 to present.

Observations began on the campus of Texas A & M College in May 1882. The station was relocated to the Texas Agricultural Experiment Station main farm located seven miles southwest of the College Station Post Office in January 1954. This station closed April 30, 1958. Other rainfall and temperature observations were taken in Bryan at 2310 23rd Street from September 1, 1913 through March 31, 1947.

A weather station was established at the College Station FAA Airport (originally referred to as Bryan CAA Airport) in August 1951. The FAA Airport Station is now known as Easterwood Field.

The 30 year climatological averages are from the College Station FAA Airport (Easterwood Field) but the extremes and other temperature and rainfall records are from all sources.

The observation site has not moved since 1951 and remains at Easterwood Field. ASOS was implemented in 1997 and was comissioned on April 1, 1997.

 

 

Questions/Comments concerning this data should be sent to Chuck Roeseler.

 


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