Fewer 90 degree days at Nashville this year than previous years

...NASHVILLE HAS SEEN FEWER 90 DEGREE DAYS THIS YEAR THAN IN
PREVIOUS YEARS...

AS OF EARLY SEPTEMBER A TOTAL OF 34 DAYS OF 90 DEGREES AND ABOVE
HAVE BEEN RECORDED IN NASHVILLE. THIS IS THE FEWEST NUMBER SINCE
28 IN 2009. THERE WERE 13 DAYS IN JUNE THIS YEAR OF 90 DEGREES AND
ABOVE WITH 11 IN JULY AND 10 IN AUGUST. WE STILL COULD HAVE A FEW
MORE IN SEPTEMBER AND THEY HAVE EVEN OCCURRED AS LATE AS OCTOBER.
ON AVERAGE NASHVILLE WILL HAVE 47 DAYS WITH 90 DEGREES AND ABOVE.
THE YEAR WITH THE GREATEST NUMBER OF DAYS OCCURRED IN 1954 WHEN
THE TEMPERATURE CLIMBED TO 90 DEGREES AND ABOVE ON 96 DAYS. THE
YEAR WITH THE LEAST NUMBER WAS IN 1889 WHEN ONLY 11 DAYS REACHED
90 DEGREES AND ABOVE.

YEARS WITH THE MOST...

1954...96 DAYS WITH 90 DEGREES AND ABOVE
2010...82
1980...82
1952...81
1941...81

YEARS WITH THE LEAST...

1889...11 DAYS WITH 90 DEGREES AND ABOVE
1910...18
1920...18
2004...20
1967...20

THIS SUMMER NASHVILLE HAS REACHED OR EXCEEDED 95 DEGREES ON 7 DAYS.
THIS IS THE FEWEST NUMBER SINCE 2009 WHEN THERE WERE ONLY 2 DAYS THAT
REACHED 95 DEGREES OR ABOVE. THERE WAS 1 DAY IN JUNE THIS YEAR OF
95 DEGREES AND ABOVE WITH 3 IN JULY AND 3 IN AUGUST. ON AVERAGE NASHVILLE
WILL REACH OR EXCEED 95 DEGREES ON 11 DAYS DURING THE YEAR. THE YEAR
WITH THE GREATEST NUMBER OF DAYS OCCURRED IN 1954 WHEN THE TEMPERATURE
CLIMBED TO 95 DEGREES AND ABOVE ON 50 DAYS. THE YEAR WITH THE LEAST
NUMBER IS SHARED BY 2004...2003...1982...1975...1972...1961...1928...
1923...1920...1916...1910...1889...1883...1883...ALL HAVING NO
DAYS WITH THE TEMPERATURE REACHING OR EXCEEDING 95 DEGREES.

YEARS WITH THE MOST...

1954...50 DAYS WITH 95 DEGREES AND ABOVE
1952...48
1980...41
1953...37
1943...37


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BOYD


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