All-Time ExtremesTop 5 Years

 

Gainesville All-Time Extremes (1890-2012)
Temperature
 Record high  104 on June 27, 1952
 Record low  6 on February 13, 1899
 Record lowest maximum  22 on February 14, 1899
 Record lowest daily mean  17.5 on February 14, 1899
 Record warmest minimum  88 on July 21, 1898
 Record warmest daily mean  94 on July 21, 1898
 Earliest freeze  October 29, 2008
 Latest freeze  April 17, 1962
 Average date of first freeze  December 4
 Average date of last freeze  February 24
 Greatest number of consecutive days with
 low temp at or below freezing
 13 from January 2-14, 2010
 Greatest number of consecutive days with
 minimum 20 or below
 3 from Jan 9-11,2010,Jan 18-20,1977,Feb 13-15,1899
 Greatest number of consecutive days with
 maximum 90 or above
 49 from July 6 to August 23, 2010
Rainfall
 Maximum rainfall in one year  73.30" in 1953
 Minimum rainfall in one year  32.79" in 1917
 Maximum rainfall in one month  19.91" in September 1894
 Minimum rainfall in one month  Trace in October 2010, November 1978, March 1945
 Maximum rainfall in one calendar day  7.42" on October 24, 1938
 Maximum rainfall in one hour  Unknown
 Greatest number of consecutive days
 without measurable precipitation
 39 from February 12-March 22, 1955
 Greatest number of consecutive days
 with measurable precipitation
 17 from July 8-24, 1945
Snowfall
 Maximum snowfall in one calendar day  Trace on January 8, 1996 and previous dates
 Maximum snowfall in one year  Trace in 1996 and previous years
 Greatest depth of snow on ground  Trace on January 8, 1996 and previous dates
 Greatest number of consecutive days with snow  Unknown
 Greatest number of consecutive days with at least
 a trace or more of snow on the ground
 Unknown
 Earliest snowfall  Unknown
 Latest snowfall  Unknown
Barometric Pressure
 Highest pressure  30.70" (1039.5 mb) on February 5, 1996
 Lowest pressure  29.17" (987.7 mb) on March 13, 1993

 

   

 

 Gainesville Top 5 Years (1890-2012)   top
Wettest Driest Warmest Coldest
1) 73.30" in 1953
2) 70.75" in 1964
3) 67.78" in 1972
4) 65.35" in 1983
5) 63.76" in 1947
1) 32.79" in 1917
2) 33.38" in 2011
3) 33.56" in 1977
4) 34.35" in 2000
5) 35.25" in 1981
1) 72.1 in 1949
2) 71.9 in 1948
3) 71.5 in 1982
4) 71.4 in 1975
5) 71.4 in 1932
1) 67.4 in 1963
2) 67.5 in 1968
3) 67.6 in 1988
4) 67.6 in 1966
5) 67.7 in 2010

 

 


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