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CLIMATE SUMMARY...CORRECTED
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE OMAHA/VALLEY NE
1032 PM CST SAT JAN 3 2015

...2014 YEARLY CLIMATE SUMMARY FOR LINCOLN...

THE YEAR 2014 IN LINCOLN WAS WETTER THAN NORMAL...WITH NEAR-NORMAL
TEMPERATURES ON AVERAGE.  THE TOTAL ANNUAL PRECIPITATION OF 34.74
INCHES WAS 5.79 INCHES ABOVE NORMAL AND THE 19TH WETTEST YEAR ON
RECORD.  THE WET YEAR COMES DESPITE BELOW-NORMAL PRECIPITATION FROM
JANUARY THROUGH MARCH...INCLUDING THE 10TH DRIEST WINTER (DECEMBER
2013 THROUGH FEBRUARY 2014) AND 5TH DRIEST MARCH...AND WAS DRIVEN BY
THE WET MONTHS OF JUNE (26TH WETTEST)...AUGUST (6TH WETTEST)...AND
SEPTEMBER (7TH WETTEST).  WITH THE WET MONTHS COMING IN THE WARM
SEASON...SNOWFALL WAS LAGGING IN 2014. THE TOTAL 2014 ANNUAL
SNOWFALL WAS 17.4 INCHES AND THE PEAK SNOW DEPTH WAS JUST 3 INCHES.
THE AVERAGE ANNUAL TEMPERATURE OF 51.1 DEGREES WAS 0.5 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 5 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 52
DEGREES ON DECEMBER 14.

JANUARY WAS MARKED BY WIDE SWINGS BETWEEN ABOVE- AND WELL BELOW-
NORMAL TEMPERATURES...ALONG WITH GUSTY WINDS...WHILE ALSO BEING THE
25TH 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 DAILY RECORD MAXIMUM
TEMPERATURE ON THE 19TH OF 66 DEGREES.  PEAK WIND GUSTS EXCEEDED 50
MPH FIVE TIMES DURING THE MONTH AND FOUR TIMES BETWEEN THE 14TH AND
THE 20TH...WITH THE PEAK WINDS OF THE MONTH ON THE 26TH AT 64 MPH.
RAPID TEMPERATURE SWINGS MARKED THE END OF THE MONTH AS
WELL...INCLUDING A DIURNAL RANGE OF 48 DEGREES ON THE 26TH...WITH A
HIGH OF 56 AND A LOW OF 8 DEGREES.  SNOWFALL WAS BELOW NORMAL IN
JANUARY...WITH SNOWFALL OF GREATER THAN AN INCH OCCURRING ON THE 1ST
AND THE 8TH...AND WITH SNOW ON JUST FOUR DAYS TOTALING 3.7 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 FIVE DAYS OF THE MONTH.  DURING THAT EARLY FEBRUARY
COLD STRETCH...THE COLDEST TEMPERATURE OF 2014 WAS RECORDED...AT -13
ON THE 6TH.  SNOWFALL IN FEBRUARY WAS FREQUENT...WITH MEASURABLE
SNOWFALL REPORTED ON 10 DAYS DURING THE MONTH.. THE SNOWFALL TOTAL
OF 7.4 INCHES WAS ABOVE NORMAL...AND THE GREATEST ONE-DAY SNOWFALL
OF THE YEAR OF 4.0 INCHES FELL ON THE 4TH. PRECIPITATION FOR THE
MONTH WAS SLIGHTLY BELOW NORMAL AMID A STREAK OF DRY MONTHS.

FOR THE WINTER MONTHS OF DECEMBER 2013 THROUGH FEBRUARY
2014...LINCOLN WAS COLDER AND DRIER THAN NORMAL.  THE TOTAL
PRECIPITATION OF JUST 1.09 INCHES WAS THE 10TH DRIEST ON
RECORD...FALLING 1.27 INCHES SHORT OF NORMAL.  IN FACT...THE TOTAL
DECEMBER THROUGH FEBRUARY PRECIPITATION WAS ROUGHLY EQUAL TO THE
NORMAL PRECIPITATION FOR DECEMBER ALONE.  DECEMBER THROUGH FEBRUARY
SNOWFALL OF 17.1 INCHES WAS 0.2 INCHES ABOVE NORMAL FOR THOSE
MONTHS...WHILE THE TOTAL WINTER SNOWFALL OF 18.2 INCHES FOR 2013-14
WAS THE 13TH LOWEST ON RECORD AND 7.7 INCHES BELOW NORMAL.  THE
AVERAGE TEMPERATURE OF 22.3 DEGREES FOR DECEMBER THROUGH FEBRUARY
WAS THE 19TH COLDEST ON RECORD AND 4.5 DEGREES BELOW NORMAL.

COLD AND DRY WEATHER CONTINUED INTO MARCH...AS LINCOLN EXPERIENCED
ITS 5TH DRIEST MARCH ON RECORD AND ITS 5TH DRIEST JANUARY THROUGH
MARCH ON RECORD.  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...LINCOLN ALSO SET A RECORD FOR THE COLDEST MAXIMUM TEMPERATURE
EVER RECORDED IN MARCH...AT 5 DEGREES ON THE 2ND.  THIS READING ALSO
WAS THE COLDEST MAXIMUM TEMPERATURE IN 2014. LIGHT SNOW FELL ON JUST
2 DAYS DURING THE MONTH...WITH LESS THAN AN INCH OF TOTAL SNOWFALL.
WINDS WERE GUSTY AGAIN IN MARCH...WITH GUSTS UP TO 56 MPH RECORDED
ON THE 26TH AND 53 MPH ON THE 11TH.  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 70S TO END THE MONTH.

IN A RELIEF FROM THE WINTER AND EARLY SPRING...TEMPERATURES WERE
SLIGHTLY WARMER THAN NORMAL FOR THE MONTH...WITH MORE TYPICAL SPRING-
LIKE FLUCTUATIONS BETWEEN ABOVE- AND BELOW-NORMAL READINGS.
PRECIPITATION ALSO RETURNED TO ABOVE-NORMAL TOTALS AFTER SEVERAL DRY
MONTHS.  LINCOLN REACHED ITS 4TH LONGEST STREAK OF PRECIPITATION OF
0.30 INCHES OR LESS AT 148 DAYS...ENDING ON APRIL 2.  THE FIRST
THUNDER OF THE YEAR WAS OBSERVED ON THE 3RD...THOUGH WITH JUST A
TRACE OF RAINFALL.  OVER AN INCH OF PRECIPITATION FELL ON THE
13TH...ACCOMPANIED BY THE LAST SNOWFALL OF THE WINTER AS WELL AS
THUNDER AGAIN. BOUTS OF GUSTY WINDS CONTINUED...WITH A 54 MPH GUST
ON THE 13TH RECORDED AND WITH SEVERAL OTHER GUSTY DAYS.  VERY HIGH
TO EXTREME FIRE DANGER PERSISTED THROUGH THE MONTH...GIVEN THE
COMBINATION OF DRY WEATHER...DELAYED GREEN-UP...AND BREEZY WINDS.

WARMER AND SLIGHTLY WETTER THAN AVERAGE WEATHER CONTINUED INTO MAY.
CERTAINLY THE MOST NOTABLE WEATHER OF THE MONTH OCCURRED ON THE 11TH
-- MOTHERS DAY -- WITH SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS BRINGING A 67
MPH WIND GUST AND 2.96 INCHES OF RAIN...WHICH ACCOUNTED FOR MUCH OF
THE RAIN FOR THE MONTH.  SEVERAL TORNADOES TOUCHED DOWN WEST AND
NORTH OF LINCOLN...WHILE THE CITY ITSELF WAS SPARED. TEMPERATURES
CONTINUED THEIR SPRING-LIKE SWINGS...WITH A RECORD HIGH OF 98 SET ON
THE 7TH FOLLOWED BY A COOL-DOWN FOLLOWING THE STORM SYSTEM ON THE
11TH. A STRETCH OF DAYS WITH LOWS IN THE 30S BROUGHT A LATE FREEZE
TO LINCOLN...WITH A RECORD LOW TEMPERATURE OF 30 DEGREES SET ON THE
16TH THAT ALSO WAS THE LAST FREEZE OF THE SPRING AND TIED FOR THE
2ND LATEST LAST FREEZE ON RECORD.

FOR THE SPRING MONTHS OF MARCH THROUGH MAY...LINCOLN EXPERIENCED
NEAR-NORMAL TEMPERATURES AND PRECIPITATION.  THE MARCH THROUGH MAY
PRECIPITATION OF 8.89 INCHES WAS 0.04 INCHES BELOW NORMAL AND THE
49TH WETTEST SPRING ON RECORD.  WITH A COLD MARCH AND A WARM
MAY...THE AVERAGE SPRING TEMPERATURE ENDED VERY CLOSE TO
NORMAL...WITH THE AVERAGE OF 51.7 DEGREES FALLING JUST 0.4 DEGREES
ABOVE NORMAL AS THE 49TH WARMEST. SPRING 2014 IN LINCOLN WILL BE
REMEMBERED FOR ITS HIGH FIRE ACTIVITY...THE VERY COLD WEATHER
EARLY...AND THE SEVERE WEATHER OUTBREAK AND LATE FREEZE IN MAY.

THE MONTH OF JUNE ALSO WAS WET IN LINCOLN.  THE 5.90 INCHES OF
RAINFALL DURING THE MONTH OF JUNE WAS THE 26TH WETTEST ON
RECORD...WHILE TEMPERATURES WERE SLIGHTLY ABOVE NORMAL.
THUNDERSTORMS BROUGHT FREQUENT RAINFALL FROM THE 1ST THROUGH THE
7TH...AND THE WORST OF THE SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS ON THE 3RD OCCURRED
NORTH OF LINCOLN. FOLLOWING A COUPLE OF ADDITIONAL THUNDERSTORM DAYS
THROUGH MID-MONTH...ACTIVE WEATHER RETURNED PARTICULARLY FROM THE
20TH THROUGH THE 30TH.  SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS ON THE 20TH BROUGHT
WINDS GUSTING TO 58 MPH...AND THUNDERSTORMS BROUGHT MEASURABLE RAIN
ON 8 OF THE LAST 11 DAYS OF THE MONTH. 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 78
DEGREES.

DRY AND COOL CONDITIONS RETURNED IN JULY.  LINCOLN EXPERIENCED ITS
7TH DRIEST AND 25TH COOLEST JULY ON RECORD...MARKING THE THIRD YEAR
IN A ROW IN WHICH JULY PRECIPITATION WAS SUBSTANTIALLY BELOW NORMAL.
 THOUGH RAIN FELL ON 8 DAYS IN THE MONTH...ALL OF THE DAILY TOTALS
WERE 0.14 INCHES OR LESS. BELOW-AVERAGE TEMPERATURES WERE NOTED
PARTICULARLY IN THE FIRST FEW DAYS OF JULY AND IN A SIX-DAY STRETCH
AT MID-MONTH.  THE HIGHEST TEMPERATURE OF 2014 OCCURRED ON THE
21ST...AT 102 DEGREES.

FOLLOWING A DRY JULY...AUGUST WAS THE 6TH WETTEST ON RECORD...WITH
7.54 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.  INTERMITTENT RAINS WERE NOTED
THROUGH MUCH OF THE MONTH...WITH FREQUENT RAINS FROM THE 21ST
THROUGH THE END OF THE MONTH. MEASURABLE RAIN FELL ON 7 OF THOSE 11
DAYS...WITH 4.76 INCHES OF RAIN ON THE 26TH TO THE 28TH ALONE.

FOR THE SUMMER MONTHS OF JUNE THROUGH AUGUST...LINCOLN EXPERIENCED
ABOVE NORMAL RAINFALL...WITH NEAR-NORMAL TEMPERATURES.  THE TOTAL
SUMMER PRECIPITATION OF 13.95 INCHES WAS THE 28TH HIGHEST ON RECORD
AND 2.71 INCHES ABOVE NORMAL...BRINGING WELCOME WETNESS BUT NOT
QUITE THE EXTREMES EXPERIENCED BY AREAS TO THE NORTH AND EAST.
RAINFALL THROUGH THE SUMMER WAS MARKED BY ABOVE-AVERAGE RAINFALL IN
BOTH JUNE AND AUGUST...WITH THE DRY JULY IN BETWEEN.  THE AVERAGE
SUMMER TEMPERATURE OF 75.0 DEGREES WAS JUST SLIGHTLY BELOW THE
NORMAL OF 75.2 DEGREES...AND WAS MARKED BY VERY FEW TEMPERATURE
EXTREMES THROUGH THE SUMMER.

WET WEATHER CONTINUED INTO SEPTEMBER...WITH 6.89 INCHES OF RAIN IN
SEPTEMBER MAKING THIS THE 7TH WETTEST SEPTEMBER ON RECORD.
AGAIN...TEMPERATURES WERE NEAR NORMAL FOR THE MONTH.  THE LAST 90+
DEGREE READING OF 2014 OCCURRED ON THE 19TH AT 90 DEGREES.
THUNDERSTORMS BROUGHT 2.49 INCHES OF RAIN ON THE 9TH.  PERIODIC
RAINFALL CONTINUED THROUGH THE REST OF THE MONTH...WITH NO MORE THAN
FIVE CONSECUTIVE RAIN-FREE DAYS.  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.
RECORD RAINFALL WASHED AWAY THE END OF SEPTEMBER...WITH 3.30 INCHES
OF RAIN RECORDED THROUGH MIDNIGHT ON THE 30TH BUT CONTINUING INTO
OCTOBER 1 WITH 1.32 INCHES OF ADDITIONAL RAIN...AND WITH RAINFALL
AMOUNTS UP TO 8 OR MORE INCHES IN OTHER PARTS OF LINCOLN.  THE
RAINFALL BROUGHT SIGNIFICANT STREET FLOODING...AS WELL AS FLOODING
ALONG SALT CREEK.  THE FOUR-MONTH RAINFALL TOTAL FROM JUNE THROUGH
SEPTEMBER WAS 20.84 INCHES...WHICH WAS THE 13TH WETTEST SUCH PERIOD
ON RECORD AND 146% OF THE NORMAL PRECIPITATION OF 14.26 INCHES FOR
THAT PERIOD.

OCTOBER IN LINCOLN WAS WARMER AND WETTER 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 TOWARD THE COOLER
SIDE...WITH NEAR- TO BELOW-NORMAL TEMPERATURES THROUGH MID-MONTH.  A
DRY STRETCH FROM THE 3RD TO THE 11TH WAS FOLLOWED BY RAINY DAYS ON
THE 12TH AND 13TH...THEN DRY WEATHER AGAIN THROUGH 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 11TH...WHICH MATCHES THE
PERIOD-OF-RECORD AVERAGE FOR LINCOLN.

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 15TH COLDEST ON RECORD FOR LINCOLN...WHILE THE
PRECIPITATION TOTAL OF 0.47 INCHES WAS THE 47TH DRIEST ON RECORD.
AFTER A COOL 1ST...WARMER-THAN-AVERAGE TEMPERATURES SET IN FROM THE
2ND THROUGH THE 10TH.  FOLLOWING A STRONG COLD FRONT ON THE
9TH...THE FIRST MEASURABLE SNOW OF THE SEASON FELL ON THE 10TH WITH
0.4 INCHES AND THE 11TH WITH 0.4 INCHES.  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 2.2 INCHES RECORDED.  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 ABOVE-NORMAL SNOWFALL OF 3.0 INCHES WAS THE HIGHEST
NOVEMBER TOTAL SINCE 1995.

FOR THE FALL MONTHS OF SEPTEMBER THROUGH NOVEMBER...LINCOLN WAS
COOLER AND WETTER THAN NORMAL.  WET CONDITIONS WERE DRIVEN LARGELY
BY A VERY WET SPTEMBER...WITH 9.82 INCHES OF TOTAL PRECIPITATION
COMING IN AS 3.40 INCHES ABOVE NORMAL AND THE 16TH WETTEST ON
RECORD.  THE AVERAGE TEMPERATURE OF 51.8 DEGREES WAS 0.9 DEGREES
BELOW NORMAL AND THE 26TH 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 31.4 DEGREES...WHICH IS 4.6 DEGREES ABOVE NORMAL.
WHILE THE MONTH OF DECEMBER WAS WETTER THAN NORMAL...THE MONTHLY
SNOWFALL OF 2.1 INCHES WAS 3.8 INCHES BELOW NORMAL.

AFTER A SLIGHTLY COOL START TO THE MONTH...TEMPERATURES ROSE ABOVE
AVERAGE IN LINCOLN ON THE 4TH AND REMAINED THERE ON ALL BUT ONE DAY
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 0.83
INCHES...OR OVER HALF OF THE PRECIPITATION FOR THE MONTH.  BEHIND
THE RAIN-PRODUCING 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 0.7 INCHES FALLING. FROM THE 19TH THROUGH THE 28TH
TEMPERATURES WERE WELL ABOVE NORMAL. A WELCOMING LIGHT RAIN FELL ON
THE 22ND WITH A FEW LIGHT SNOWS THEREAFTER. THE MONTH OF DECEMBER
ENDED COLD. ON THE 27TH THROUGH THE 31ST THE AVERAGE TEMPERATURES
WERE WELL BELOW NORMAL WITH THE DAYTIME HIGH ON THE 30TH TOPPING OUT
AT ONLY 8 DEGREES.

                       2014 STATISTICS
          TEMPERATURE                   PRECIPITATION
MONTH  AVG. DEPART.  MAX  MIN     TOTAL  DEPART. SNOW/SLEET TSTORM DAYS
JAN    22.3  -2.3     66  -11     0.24   -0.40    3.7         0
FEB    22.5  -6.5     69  -13     0.62   -0.15    7.4         0
MAR    37.1  -3.0     78   -7     0.13   -1.80    0.7         0
APR    52.7   1.1     85   19     3.50    0.79    0.5         5
MAY    65.2   2.9     98   30     5.26    0.97      0         6
JUN    73.9   1.3     95   46     5.90    1.55      0        14
JUL    75.0  -2.6    102   48     0.51   -2.89      0         5
AUG    76.1   0.8     96   51     7.54    4.05      0        12
SEP    65.6  -0.4     93   35     6.89    3.87      0         6
OCT    55.2   2.0     86   26     2.46    0.49      0         5
NOV    34.6  -4.3     75    4     0.47   -0.96    3.0         1
DEC    31.4   4.6     59   -4     1.22    0.27    2.1         0
YEAR   51.1  -0.5    102  -11    34.74    5.79   17.4        54

           DEGREE DAYS
MONTH  HEATING  DEPART.  COOLING  DEPART.
JAN      1317      65         0       0
FEB      1182     176         0       0
MAR       857      84         0      -1
APR       374     -43        15       2
MAY       134     -13       145      80
JUN         2     -14       278      36
JUL         2       1       321     -69
AUG         0      -5       352      28
SEP        93       1       116      -7
OCT       310     -71        10      -5
NOV       904     122         0       0
DEC      1032    -152         0       0
YEAR     6207     151      1173      64

       WIND GUST    SEA LEVEL PRESSURE
MONTH  MAX          MAX     MIN
JAN    64           30.94   29.43
FEB    49           30.77   29.51
MAR    56           30.72   29.30
APR    54           30.38   29.17
MAY    67           30.33   29.39
JUN    62           30.10   29.44
JUL    43           30.28   29.68
AUG    53           30.17   29.57
SEP    37           30.49   29.55
OCT    46           30.62   29.51
NOV    48           30.67   29.36
DEC    46           31.00   29.44

       EXTREMES                    READING   DATE
WARMEST HIGH TEMPERATURE           102       JULY 21
COLDEST HIGH TEMPERATURE             5       MARCH 2
COLDEST LOW TEMPERATURE            -13       FEBRUARY 6
WARMEST LOW TEMPERATURE             78       JUNE 18
LAST SPRING FREEZE (32 DEGREES)     30       MAY 16
FIRST FALL FREEZE (32 DEGREES)      30       OCTOBER 11
HIGHEST DAILY PRECIPITATION          3.30    SEPTEMBER 30
HIGHEST DAILY SNOWFALL               4.0     FEBRUARY 4
HIGHEST SNOW DEPTH                   3       FEBRUARY 5-10
LAST MEASURABLE SNOW (2013-14)       0.5     APRIL 13
FIRST MEASURABLE SNOW (2014-15)      0.4     NOVEMBER 10
HIGHEST WIND GUST                   67       MAY 11
HIGHEST SURFACE PRESSURE            31.00    DECEMBER 30
LOWEST SURFACE PRESSURE             29.17    APRIL 27

   DAILY RECORDS SET IN 2014
DATE         RECORD         READING  PREVIOUS RECORD
JANUARY 19   WARM MAX TEMP   66      65 (1895)
MARCH 2      COLD MAX TEMP    5      14 (1916)
MARCH 10     WARM MAX TEMP   78      76 (1989)
APRIL 15     COLD MIN TEMP   19      24 (1926, 1905)
MAY 7        WARM MAX TEMP   98      96 (1934)
MAY 11       PRECIPITATION    2.96   1.33 (1982)
MAY 16       COLD MIN TEMP   30      31 (1940)
JULY 16      COLD MIN TEMP   48      50 (1912)
SEPTEMBER 11 COLD MAX TEMP   56      58 (1964, 1924, 1898)
SEPTEMBER 30 PRECIPITATION    3.30   1.64 (1907)
OCTOBER 26   WARM MAX TEMP   86      86 (TIES WITH 1927)
NOVEMBER 29  WARM MAX TEMP   75      71 (1998)
DECEMBER 13  WARM MIN TEMP   49      38 (1921)
DECEMBER 14  WARM MIN TEMP   53      37 (1928)

   MONTHLY RECORDS SET IN 2014
DATE         RECORD         READING  PREVIOUS RECORD
MARCH 2      COLD MAX TEMP    5      6 (3/10/1948, 3/18/1923)
DECEMBER 14  WARM MIN TEMP   53      51 (12/1/1962)


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MAYES/PEARSON




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