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    Toronto-180 -- a North American data base of 180 years -- now 181 years of data

    I am now ready to post data from the Toronto-180 project. Toronto City is the current name of the weather station that operated as "Toronto" from 1840 to 2003. The location has always been somewhere around the modern-day University of Toronto campus which is located about 4 kms inland from Lake Ontario and near the northwest perimeter of the extensive central business district of the city (current metropolitan population 4.5 million). From 1840 to about 1880, the weather station was in a rural area on the outskirts of a much smaller community which grew to a population of about 10,000 when it began to surround the farmland where this weather station originally existed. (information added by edit on April 18) ... Although the station may have been near Fort York on the lakeshore briefly in 1840, it appears to have moved to the future site of the University of Toronto within a year or so, and until 1907 it was located where Kings College would eventually be situated, which nowadays is no longer an entity (the U of T has a number of colleges but this one no longer exists). That location was approximately 0.1 km southeast of Hart House in the central portion of the campus (now). Construction of University College nearby in the years 1906 to 1908 created so much dust and other disruption that it was decided to move the weather station, which included a geomagnetism observatory and a telescope, to a quieter location at the northwest margin of the campus, at 315 Bloor Street West, in a building that would later become the headquarters of the Dominion Weather Bureau, an antecedent of the modern day weather agency, Environment Canada (Meteorological Services). That headquarters functioned until 1971 when a new building was opened in suburban North York (Downsview), and the building in question has now become the admissions and bursary offices of the U of T.  (original text resumes) It was then (c.1908) moved about 1 km north to the former location of the headquarters of the "Dominion Weather Bureau" which became the Atmospheric Environment Service around 1969 and then Environment Canada in 1976. It was at that time that observations switched from the Imperial system to metric. The weather station was operated as a first-class reporting site for most of the years of its existence and has only recently been downgraded to a climatological station. Around 2003, the instruments were moved away from the former headquarters building (at 315 Bloor St W, next to Varsity Stadium, at the north end of the campus), and placed in a suitable open grassy area near Trinity College about 0.3 km to the southeast. (again edited in, this final location is about midway between the original pre-1907 site and the subsequent 1908-2003 location and all are in similar terrain within a five minute walk of each other). The station name was then changed to "Toronto City." From 2003 to 2017, a separate observation program continued (under the name Toronto) recording only daily precip and snowfall. Meanwhile the Toronto City station recorded temperatures and daily precip, snow depths but no daily snowfall amounts. The purpose of the secondary station (which retained the name of the original) was to record snowfall and it only operated from mid-November to mid-April in most years (2003-17). It ceased to report in the 2017-18 winter season. The author has collected all data available and filled in a few observation gaps (most of them since 2013) from nearest possible locations well within the urban heat island. North York (located 13 km north) was preferred when available. These additional observations have changed some monthly mean temperatures and total precip values from published values slightly, as the practice of Environment Canada was to calculate means from available data unless a significant number of days were missing in which case no means or totals were assigned at all. In some cases, missing data was considerably different from the reported monthly mean and an adjustment was necessary. Most of the missing precipitation was (by luck of the draw) rather minor but one case was found where a heavy rainfall occurred on a missing date. All of these changes are logged in the excel file that is being developed. The temperature adjustments average out to almost zero (most changes to monthly means were of 0.1 or 0.2 C deg). 

    The climate of Toronto is typical of eastern North America with large variations from month to month and day to day. There is a cold winter season that usually sets in around late November or early December and lasts to late February, March or in some cases early April. Snow can fall at any point from October to May (and traces have fallen in June and September). Snowfall is more reliable from early December to mid-March. But rain always falls during the winter season except in the coldest months each decade. Monthly rainfalls are fairly evenly distributed but year to year variations are very large. Monthly temperatures also vary by standard deviations of 3 or 4 C deg. The absolute range of monthly mean temperatures is 12-13 deg in winter and 5-6 deg in summer. A hot and rather humid summer season makes a few appearances in May and early June, then often sets in with a few cooler interludes for most of July and August. September tends to be warm and less humid in most years, and there is often a considerable change to autumnal weather around the equinox. October is either a pleasant "Indian summer" regime or in some years a windy and cool month with mixed wintry showers at times. 

    This thread will document all aspects of the Toronto climate in the same style that I adopted for the CET studies in the historical weather section. Although it might be appropriate to post it there, it also has climate change implications. Toronto is probably a good proxy for the eastern North American climate in general. Its extremes tend to be of similar magnitude and timing to those experienced in the eastern U.S. and if a month is very warm or very warm at Toronto, chances are high that it will also be that way in Chicago, New York, Washington and Boston (and most points in between). Anomaly patterns in eastern North America tend to have the shape and extent of typical large highs and lows that move through the region on a regular basis. 

    There are a few local effects worth noting. A strong cooling lake breeze can blow in during settled periods in the spring, and drop temperatures by 5-10 C deg relative to more inland locations. Some research indicates that the development of a large city with tall buildings closer to the lakeshore can inhibit this lake breeze, and this may be a factor in assessing how cool springs and early summers were in the 19th century. A weather journal taken in Providence RI has evidence of a blistering heat wave in July 1849 (highs of 97 F were noted) that translated to rather subtle warmth at Toronto (highs 85-90), and from experience I would say that in a modern climate setting that difference might have been reduced by several degrees. The urban heat island probably grew fastest for this location around 1900 to 1930. I have assessed its strength overall at a conservative 1.1 C deg averaged over all types of weather, and as large as 4-6 C deg on cool, clear nights. It might seem larger to a casual observer, but rural stations outside the urban heat island are also at a higher elevation and would have a cooler temperature regime than the Toronto city location even without the presence of the large city. Wind speeds over 30 km/hr tend to reduce the urban heat island. Cloud and rainfall also tend to reduce it considerably. Eventually I will publish tables of temperature rankings and supplement those with adjusted temperatures for urban heat island (as the CET managers are doing), taking off 1.1 C from readings since 1981, 1.0 for those 1971-1980, 0.9 for 1961-70, 0.8 for 1951-60, 0.7 for 1941-50, 0.6 for 1931-40, 0.5 for 1921-30, 0.4 for 1911-1920, 0.3 for 1901-1910, and 0.2 for data 1891 to 1900, 0.1 for 1881 to 1890. This should make the urban effect less of an advantage to later years in comparison. The warming since around the 1880s has been considerably larger than 1.1 C and at a faster pace in the early part of the urban development. There would always be a possibility of revising the urban heat island correction. But in general terms, I believe that the modern warming of the climate is about an equal combination of natural variability augmented by the AGW signal, plus the urban heat island. Some ask, isn't the urban heat island part of the AGW signal? Not really, the mixing of greenhouse gases into the free atmosphere is not confined to urban areas although it might largely originate there, whereas the urban heat island is specific to the urban setting and when the surplus heat is dissipated by stronger winds, the net effect on global temperatures is smaller than the AGW signal (by a factor of about 1:10). So you could perhaps say that the urban heat island dissipation cycle is something like 10 per cent of the AGW warming signal. 

    The research file logs all record highs and lows in temperatures, and record high rainfalls and snowfalls. Tables will appear in this thread to summarize all of that. Eventually the research (excel) file can be shared but as the station did not open until March 1st of 1840, the "Toronto-180" project will not be complete until March 1st of this year. So I probably won't publish the file until we pass that point and I can insert values for January 2020 and February 2020 into the tables. (later edit _ as I am now adding some precip data to the excel files, those won't be fully available until May or June 2020, but the work is essentially complete as of April 2020 on the originally proposed Toronto 180 project, and this thread is the record of that).

    I will start the process with the average monthly temperatures and annual means (unadjusted for urban heat island). This may take an edit or two as it looks orderly on my screen but may not look that orderly on the post. Then I will post some shells of other tables to reserve space before any comments begin to appear. Please refrain from commenting for at least a day or two until I have these posts in place. I will fill them out as quickly as possible in the coming days. 

    Note on metric conversion ... Canada adopted the metric system around 1976, but these files converted on June 1, 1978. Before that date, all of the values shown in the historical data internet files from source (Environment Canada) are exclusively Fahrenheit to Celsius conversion values. Starting on June 1, 1978, new values that do not occur in that conversion protocol appear (for example, max temp June 1 1978 is 22.0, for 72 F the value reported is always 22.2; the first metric rainfall observation was 0.2 mm, whereas the only choices available for Imperial unit conversion were 0.0 and 0.3 mm for 0.01" -- so while it's possible that the conversion started in May with the coincidence of all values happening to conform to conversion protocols, it seems most likely that the switch to metric in recording this station's data came on June 1, 1978.)

    Work is ongoing to provide all the same data tables for NYC (New York City Central Park), a station that opened near its current location in 1869 in mid-town Manhattan and has a similar parkland setting to the downtown Toronto site. To date all of the same temperature tables except daily records have been posted. 

    Meanwhile the author has finished an excel file for the Toronto data including all precip data and plans to make this available at the end of 2020 once the December 2020 data are inserted into the files here (and there). 

    NYC precip data are coming along too, Don Sutherland of American Weather Forum has kindly assisted me with provision of data sets in excel table format and eventually I will have that ready for sharing with climate researchers. Much of the NYC data can be easily accessed on the NWS New York City home page too. 

     


     
     

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    Mean monthly temperatures (deg C)

    Note: Toronto began observations March 1, 1840. The values shown for Jan and Feb 1840 are ball-park estimates based on the weather journal of Alexis Caswell at Providence RI that overlaps the Toronto data from 1840 to 1860. January 1840 was quite a cold month by their local standards and February 1840 was milder than average. This allows me to calculate a rough annual average for the year.

     

      ___ JAN_ FEB_ MAR_ APR_MAY_ JUN_ JUL_AUG_ SEP_ OCT_NOV_ DEC__ANNUAL_ANNUAL to 0.01 C


    1840    -7.0    -3.0   +1.2    6.7   12.4   15.8    19.5    19.0    13.0    7.4    2.1    -4.9    6.9    6.85
    1841    -4.5    -5.5    -2.3    4.3   11.0   19.4    19.2    18.7    16.1    5.7    1.3    -2.0    6.8    6.78
    1842    -2.9    -2.2   +2.7    7.0   10.2   14.5    18.6    19.5    13.8    7.8    1.0    -3.8    7.2    7.18
    1843    -2.2    -8.6    -5.8    5.1   10.8   14.8    19.0    19.4    16.4    6.4    0.7    -0.7    6.3    6.28
    1844    -6.5    -3.6   +0.2    9.3   13.2   16.1    19.5    18.4    15.4    6.6    1.9    -2.1    7.3    7.34
    1845    -3.2    -3.5   +1.6    5.8   10.3   15.9    19.2    19.4    12.8    7.5    2.6    -6.3    6.8    6.84
    1846    -3.8    -7.5    -0.3    6.5   13.2   17.3    20.4    19.9    17.3    7.2    5.1    -2.8    7.7    7.71
    1847    -5.4    -5.7    -3.3    3.3   11.5   14.5    19.9    17.8    13.0    6.9    3.5    -2.0    6.2    6.17
    1848    -2.7    -2.9    -2.2    4.9   12.1   16.4    18.0    19.6    12.2    7.6    0.9    -1.5    6.9    6.87
    1849    -7.4    -7.6   +0.4    3.3    8.9    16.7    19.3    18.2    14.2    7.7    5.6    -3.6    6.3    6.31
    1850    -1.9    -4.0    -1.7    3.3    9.8    17.3    20.8    19.0    12.8    6.5    2.9    -5.6    6.6    6.60
    1851    -4.5    -2.6   +0.4    5.0   10.7   15.1    18.4    17.3    14.9    8.6    -0.1   -6.3    6.4    6.41
    1852    -8.0    -5.3    -3.5    3.1   10.6   15.8    18.8    18.2    13.4    8.8    1.6    -0.2    6.1    6.11
    1853    -5.6    -5.3    -1.5    4.9     9.8   17.9    18.5    19.9    14.8    6.2    3.1    -4.3    6.5    6.53
    1854    -5.9    -7.0    -1.3    4.1   10.0   16.8    22.0    20.0    16.1  10.1    1.8    -5.6    6.8    6.78
    1855    -3.9   -10.0   -2.2    5.9   11.9   15.5    20.2    18.0    15.2    6.5    2.9    -3.4    6.4    6.38
    1856    -9.8   -10.2   -5.7    5.6   10.1   16.7    21.0    17.5    13.5    7.0    2.2    -5.5    5.2   5.20
    1857   -12.1   -2.2    -3.1    1.9     9.4   14.1    20.1    18.2    14.4    7.1    0.7    -1.1    5.6    5.62
    1858    -1.4    -8.1    -1.4    5.2     9.3   18.5    19.9    19.7    15.2    9.9    1.1    -2.6    7.1    7.11
    1859    -4.1    -3.5   +2.4    4.4   12.9   14.7    19.5    19.6    13.4    6.6    3.6    -7.2    6.9    6.86
    1860    -4.6    -5.3   +1.5    4.3   13.3   17.8    18.1    18.4    13.0    8.7    3.6    -4.5    7.0    7.03
    1861    -6.9    -3.6    -2.8    5.9     8.9   16.1    18.6    19.1    15.1    9.2    3.0    -0.8    6.8    6.82
    1862    -5.9    -5.7    -1.7    4.4   11.0   15.6    19.6    19.6    15.8    9.0    2.0    -1.7    6.8    6.83
    1863    -2.1    -5.2    -3.3    5.4   12.7   16.0    19.6    19.4    13.2    8.2    4.0    -2.6    7.1    7.11
    1864    -4.8    -3.8    -1.7    5.1   12.5   17.2    21.1    20.8    13.6    7.8    2.9    -3.4    7.3    7.28
    1865    -8.1    -5.5   +0.2    6.0   11.4   18.6    18.3    18.5    18.7    7.4    3.9    -1.7    7.3    7.31
    1866    -7.0    -5.5    -2.6    7.0    9.3    15.8    21.2    16.2    13.6   10.4   3.7    -3.5    6.6    6.55
    1867    -8.1    -2.2    -2.5    4.9    8.5    18.2    20.1    20.5    15.1   10.4   3.9    -5.3    7.0    6.95
    1868    -7.8    -8.1    -0.3    3.4   11.2   16.4    24.4    19.8    14.0    6.2    2.6    -4.9    6.4    6.41
    1869    -2.1    -4.5    -4.7    4.6   10.4   14.8    18.6    17.7    16.5    6.1    0.3    -1.6    6.3    6.34
    1870    -3.9    -5.9    -2.9    7.3   13.9   19.4    20.5    19.5    16.5   10.5   2.9    -3.2    7.9    7.88
    1871    -6.2    -4.9   +1.6    6.8   12.0   16.6    18.9    19.9    13.2    9.7   -0.4    -5.4    6.8    6.82
    1872    -6.2    -6.2    -6.1    4.8   11.0   17.1    21.2    21.0    15.4    7.6    0.8    -8.2    6.0    6.02
    1873    -8.3    -7.5    -3.3    4.2   11.0   17.3    20.0    19.1    13.7    7.6   -2.4    -2.0    5.8    5.78
    1874    -4.3    -5.6    -1.4    0.8   11.5   17.1    19.5    19.3    17.4    8.5    1.7    -3.9    6.7    6.72
    1875    -9.2   -12.6   -4.9    2.5   10.9   16.1    19.2    18.7    13.3    6.4   -0.1   -2.9    4.8    4.78
    1876    -1.3    -5.0    -3.3    3.6   10.7   18.6    20.3    21.2    14.3    5.9    2.9   -8.3    6.6    6.63
    1877    -8.8    -2.0    -3.6    6.5   12.0   16.7    21.1    20.9    16.6    9.9    3.0    1.2    7.8    7.79
    1878    -4.5    -3.0    +3.2   9.7   11.5   17.0    22.4    20.5    16.4    9.6    2.4   -4.2    8.4    8.42
    1879    -7.1    -8.1    -1.8    4.2   12.0   16.6    20.5    18.5    13.2   12.7   2.0    -3.3    6.6    6.62
    1880    +0.4   -2.6    -1.6    5.3   14.7   18.7    19.8    19.3    15.8    7.3   -1.2    -6.1    7.5    7.48
    1881    -9.0    -7.1    -1.1    4.3   14.6   15.3    21.5    21.2    20.2    9.9    2.8    1.0    7.8    7.80
    1882    -5.1    -1.0    -0.2    4.6    9.5    16.3    19.4    19.8    16.4   10.9    2.0   -3.7    7.4    7.41
    1883    -8.2    -7.0    -5.9    3.5    9.6    16.6    18.5    17.6    12.6    7.2    2.8    -3.5    5.3    5.32
    1884    -9.3    -4.9    -2.3    5.0   10.6   18.2    17.8    18.5    16.5    9.1    1.1    -3.8    6.4    6.38
    1885    -8.2   -11.9   -8.2    2.9   11.0   15.6    19.9    17.3    13.8    7.6    3.5    -2.6    5.1    5.06
    1886    -7.4    -7.7    -1.2    7.2   11.7   16.2    19.0    18.7    14.9    9.1    2.0    -6.2    6.4    6.36
    1887    -8.0    -5.9    -4.1    4.2   14.6   17.5    22.9    19.0    13.6    6.6    1.6    -2.3    6.6    6.64
    1888    -9.6    -6.0    -5.4    4.0   10.6   18.1    19.0    19.1    13.7    6.3    3.1    -1.5   6.0    5.95
    1889    -2.5    -8.3   +0.5    6.3   12.2   15.8    20.6    18.7    15.7    6.0    3.7    1.2    7.5    7.49
    1890    -1.4    -2.4    -2.3    5.7   10.1   18.7    19.8    18.1    14.2    9.2    2.8   -5.3    7.3    7.27
    1891    -4.9    -2.4    -1.9    6.4   10.8   18.0    17.9    18.9    17.3    8.7    2.6    0.8    7.7    7.68
    1892    -7.0    -4.4    -2.3    5.3   10.9   18.6    20.1    19.8    15.7    8.7    1.7   -3.6   7.0    6.96
    1893   -10.0   -7.6    -1.7    4.4   11.1   19.3    20.2    19.3    14.1    9.2    2.9    -4.7    6.4    6.38
    1894    -2.1    -6.5   +2.1    6.9   11.3   19.3    20.6    18.6    17.1   10.2    1.2    -0.4    8.2    8.19
    1895    -6.1    -8.7    -4.4    6.3   13.0   19.9    19.1    18.8    16.0    6.1    2.8    -1.3    6.8    6.79
    1896    -5.8    -5.5    -4.9    8.0   15.7   18.1    20.8    19.8    14.1    7.2    4.3    -2.4    7.5    7.45
    1897    -5.1    -4.1    -0.2    6.3   11.6   16.4    22.5    18.6    16.3   10.6    3.7    -2.2   7.9    7.87
    1898    -3.8    -4.2   +2.8    6.5   13.3   18.8    21.7    21.4    17.8   10.3    2.0    -3.1   8.6    8.63
    1899    -5.0    -7.1    -2.1    7.1   13.0   18.6    20.5    21.1    14.0   10.5    4.7    -1.8   7.8    7.79
    1900    -3.4    -6.7    -4.8    7.5   12.9   18.4    20.6    22.5    17.9   13.4    3.7    -1.7   8.4    8.36
    1901    -4.7    -8.5    -1.2    8.0   12.5   18.5    22.9    20.7    16.6    9.4    1.4    -3.0    7.7    7.72
    1902    -4.8    -6.0   +3.1    6.7   11.9   15.6    20.5    18.6    15.7    9.3    6.1    -4.2    7.7    7.71
    1903    -5.0    -3.5   +4.3    6.6   13.3   16.6    20.7    17.7    16.2   10.5    1.7    -5.1   7.8    7.83
    1904    -8.9   -10.4   -1.9    4.0   13.2   17.3    19.7    18.3    14.8    7.8    2.2    -5.4    5.9    5.89
    1905    -7.8    -8.6    -0.8    5.7   11.5   17.6    21.0    19.7    16.8    9.4    2.7    -0.4    7.2    7.23
    1906    -0.6    -5.4    -2.8    7.1   12.4   18.7    21.2    22.1    18.3    9.6    3.0    -4.9    8.2    8.22
    1907    -5.5    -7.5   +1.0    3.6    9.0    17.7    20.7    18.5    16.5    7.2    2.8    -1.4    6.9    6.88
    1908    -4.3    -7.1    -0.3    5.5   13.5   19.0    21.6    19.4    17.7   10.8    4.3   -1.6    8.2    8.21
    1909    -3.2    -3.0    -1.1    5.0   12.1   18.6    19.9    20.7    15.7    7.9    4.8    -3.3    7.8    7.84
    1910    -3.7    -6.1   +3.8    8.3   11.5   18.2    21.8    19.8    15.6   10.7    2.3    -6.0    8.0    8.02
    1911    -3.4    -3.6    -1.1    6.3   16.3   18.7    22.0    20.8    15.9    9.8     2.2    1.1    8.8    8.75
    1912   -10.1   -7.3    -3.5    5.5   13.0   16.8    21.0    17.8    17.1   10.4    4.7    0.4    7.2    7.15
    1913    -0.3    -6.5   +0.8    7.9   12.4   18.2    21.3    20.4    15.3   10.9    5.7    0.8    8.9    8.91
    1914    -3.6    -9.1    -0.8    5.3   14.8   18.0    21.4    20.1    16.2   11.6    3.4    -3.5    7.8    7.82
    1915    -4.7    -3.3    -1.1   10.0  11.2   16.9    20.3    19.1    17.5   11.1    4.9    -2.4    8.3    8.29
    1916    -1.0    -7.3    -3.7    7.0   12.4   15.7    24.5    22.3    16.2    9.8    3.2    -2.8     8.0    8.03
    1917    -5.2    -8.3   +0.1    5.1    9.7    16.1    21.4    19.9    14.8    7.0    1.4    -6.9    6.3    6.26
    1918   -10.4   -6.0   +0.9    6.5   14.0    16.4    20.9    21.7    13.6  10.8    5.6    -0.4    7.8    7.80
    1919    -1.5    -2.1   +1.0    5.9   13.0    22.5    22.9    20.0    17.5  11.7    3.5    -5.2    9.1     9.10
    1920   -10.6   -6.6   +1.0    4.6   12.5    18.8    19.2    21.1    17.7  12.8    2.7    -0.3    7.7    7.74
    1921    -2.3    -2.0   +3.7    9.6   14.6    20.4    25.5    20.1    19.9  10.2    2.4    -2.0   10.0   10.01
    1922    -4.8    -3.1   +1.3    7.5   15.4    19.3    20.9    20.6    17.6    9.9    4.9    -2.0    9.0    8.96
    1923    -5.7    -7.3    -2.7    5.8   11.0    19.2    20.6    18.8    16.0    9.4    3.9    2.3    7.6    7.61
    1924    -4.8    -6.5    -0.2    6.0   10.1    17.2    19.6    19.4    13.9  10.3    3.9    -4.5    7.0    7.03
    1925    -6.5    -2.6   +1.7    7.4   10.5    19.3    19.8    20.5    16.5    5.8    3.2    -3.1    7.7    7.71
    1926    -4.1    -6.1    -3.3    3.0   11.6    15.4    19.9    20.3    15.1    8.4    3.1    -4.5    6.6    6.57
    1927    -6.0    -2.8   +1.8    6.4   11.5    16.5    20.5    18.2    17.5  11.7    5.0    -1.6    8.2    8.23
    1928    -3.8    -4.4    -0.8    5.4   12.3    16.4    21.1    21.5    14.3  10.5    4.3    0.5    8.1    8.11
    1929    -5.0    -5.6   +2.7    7.6   11.7    17.7    20.4    18.6    16.8    9.2    3.3    -3.7    7.8    7.81
    1930    -5.2    -2.9    -0.6    6.1   14.2    19.4    21.2    20.7    17.4    9.5    5.0    -1.8    8.6    8.58
    1931    -4.0    -3.0   +0.8    7.1   13.3    18.9    23.1    20.8    18.9  11.8    7.7     0.8    9.7    9.68
    1932    +1.9   -1.3    -1.6    5.0   12.9    19.2    19.9    21.0    16.7  10.8    2.1    -0.9    8.8    8.81
    1933    +0.9   -3.3    -0.2    7.3   14.2    19.8    22.8    20.7    17.1    8.9    -0.2   -4.3    8.6    8.64
    1934    -3.5   -12.1   -2.2    5.6   14.3    20.0    22.0    18.7    17.2    9.3    5.7    -3.6    7.6    7.62
    1935    -6.3    -5.4   +2.0    6.5   11.2    17.7    23.3    21.1    14.9  10.2    4.4    -5.2    7.9    7.87
    1936    -5.3    -8.1   +1.4    4.3   14.9    18.3    22.9    20.6    17.1    9.5    1.4    -0.3    8.1    8.06
    1937    -0.5    -2.2    -1.9    6.3   13.7    18.9    21.9    22.6    15.7    8.7    3.7    -2.5    8.7    8.70
    1938    -5.4    -2.7   +2.2    8.0   12.9    18.8    22.2    22.8    15.0  11.2    5.1    -0.6    9.1    9.13
    1939    -4.6    -4.0    -1.8    4.8   14.4    18.7    22.2    22.4    16.6  10.2    2.8    -0.3    8.5    8.45
    1940    -7.5    -4.2    -3.2    5.3   12.3    17.4    21.6    20.6    16.3    8.9    3.4    -1.2    7.5    7.48
    1941    -5.3    -4.5    -2.7   10.4  14.8    20.5    22.3    20.1    17.5   11.1    5.7    0.2    9.2    9.18
    1942    -4.0    -6.2   +2.4    9.9   13.6    19.0    21.3    20.7    16.4   10.8    4.4    -4.0    8.7    8.69
    1943    -6.9    -3.5    -1.1    4.0   12.8    20.8    21.9    20.5    15.6    9.4    3.3    -2.9    7.8    7.83
    1944    -1.1    -3.7    -1.9    4.8   15.6    19.1    22.0    22.3    16.8   10.3    4.5    -3.4    8.8    8.78
    1945    -9.4    -3.4   +6.2    8.7   10.3    17.4    20.6    21.0    16.8    9.2    4.4    -4.2    8.1    8.13
    1946    -3.4    -5.2   +6.1    7.1   12.5    18.3    21.3    19.0    17.2   12.3    5.9    -1.5    9.1    9.13
    1947    -3.0    -5.4    -0.6    5.8   11.3    18.2    21.1    23.0    17.5   14.6    3.8    -2.7    8.6    8.63
    1948    -7.3    -5.0   +0.1    8.5   11.9    18.8    22.0    21.7    19.0    9.4    7.5    -0.4    8.9    8.85
    1949    -1.6    -1.4   +0.4    7.7   14.7    22.4    23.3    22.8    15.1   13.1    2.9    0.2   10.0    9.97
    1950    -0.1    -4.6    -2.2    4.6   13.2    18.3    20.8    20.4    15.5   12.2    3.7    -1.9    8.3    8.33
    1951    -2.6    -2.5   +1.8    7.6   14.8    18.7    21.9    20.5    16.7   11.4    1.7    -1.7    9.0    9.03
    1952    -2.6    -1.8   +0.2    9.8   12.7    19.7    23.5    20.8    18.0    8.5     5.7    1.0    9.6    9.62
    1953    -1.3    -0.8   +2.5    7.0   13.8    19.6    22.3    22.0    17.4   12.0    6.8    1.1   10.2  10.20
    1954    -6.0   +0.5    0.0     7.9   12.5    19.9    21.5    20.1    16.5   12.0    5.3    -1.8     9.0    9.03
    1955    -3.9    -3.0   +0.2   10.5  15.5    20.2    24.6    23.5    16.9   12.2    3.7    -3.8    9.7    9.72
    1956    -3.9    -2.2    -0.9    5.5   11.1    19.2    20.4    20.2    14.4   12.2    5.2    0.1    8.4    8.44
    1957    -6.5    -1.4   +2.2    8.6   12.6    20.0    21.5    20.2    16.8   10.4    5.6    1.2    9.3    9.27
    1958    -3.8    -6.2   +2.6    9.1   12.7    16.4    21.6    20.8    17.1   10.8    5.3    -5.2    8.4    8.44
    1959    -5.8    -5.7    -0.6    8.1   14.5    20.3    22.9    24.2    19.3   10.4    3.0    -0.2    9.2    9.20
    1960    -3.5    -2.9    -3.8    8.0   13.9    18.6    20.9    21.1    18.6   11.0    6.6    -3.9    8.7    8.72
    1961    -6.4    -1.2   +1.2    5.4   12.4    18.1    21.9    21.4    20.4   13.0    4.8    -1.2    9.2    9.15
    1962    -5.4    -6.2   +1.4    7.9   16.4    19.6    20.6    21.2    15.7   11.4    4.1    -2.7    8.7    8.67
    1963    -6.9    -7.5   +2.0    8.0   12.6    19.8    22.3    19.6    15.0   14.6    7.3    -5.3    8.5    8.46
    1964    -1.8    -3.2   +0.7    7.0   15.6    18.8    23.0    18.6    16.3   10.0    5.8    -1.1    9.1    9.14
    1965    -5.1    -4.2    -0.8    5.4   15.3    18.5    19.6    19.9    16.9    9.3    4.5    1.3    8.4    8.38
    1966    -5.9    -3.0   +2.1    6.4   11.0    20.1    23.2    21.0    15.9    9.9    5.6    -1.7    8.7    8.72
    1967    -1.0    -6.6    -0.6    7.3   10.2    20.9    20.9    19.9    16.1   10.5    2.6    -0.1    8.3    8.34
    1968    -6.2    -5.9   +2.1    9.3   11.5    18.1    21.5    20.9    18.7   12.2    4.3    -3.0    8.6    8.63
    1969    -4.1    -2.6    -0.2    8.4   13.1    17.5    22.2    23.0    17.8   10.6    4.8    -3.4    8.9    8.93
    1970    -7.4    -4.5    -0.3    8.4   13.6    19.6    22.5    22.2    17.7   12.3    6.3    -3.0   9.0    8.95
    1971    -6.8    -2.8    -0.7    6.2   13.5    19.7    21.4    20.8    19.2   14.5    4.4    0.8    9.2    9.18
    1972    -3.5    -4.8    -1.8    5.3   15.3    17.5    22.3    20.6    17.9    8.8    3.4    -0.7    8.4    8.36
    1973    -2.2    -4.9   +4.9    7.8   12.0    20.0    22.9    23.7    17.9   12.7    5.5    -1.9    9.9    9.87
    1974    -3.0    -5.4   +0.5    8.8   11.8    18.2    22.4    22.1    15.8     9.1    5.0    1.3    8.9    8.88
    1975    -1.0    -1.8    -0.6    4.4   17.0    20.1    23.3    21.8    15.4   12.0    8.5    -2.3    9.7    9.73
    1976    -6.4    -0.1   +2.0    9.3   12.4    20.9    20.6    20.7    16.5    8.4    2.2    -5.0    8.5    8.46
    1977    -9.1    -3.8   +4.1    8.9   16.5    18.6    22.3    20.4    17.2   10.3    5.9    -2.0    9.1    9.11
    1978    -6.7    -6.8    -1.3    5.9   14.4    18.5    21.5    21.1    16.5   10.1    4.6    -0.9    8.1    8.08
    1979    -6.0    -8.8   +2.9    6.6   12.7    18.3    21.9    19.9    16.7    9.5    5.4    0.3    8.3    8.28
    1980    -3.6    -5.7    -0.1    7.8   15.5    16.1    21.9    22.5    16.9    8.6    3.5    -4.3    8.3    8.26
    1981    -7.9    -0.4   +1.9    8.3   13.3    18.9    22.2    20.8    16.1    8.3    5.1    -1.1    8.8    8.79
    1982    -7.8    -4.7   +0.2    5.9   15.2    16.6    22.2    18.8    16.1   11.3    5.6    2.3    8.5    8.48
    1983    -2.3    -1.5   +2.2    6.9   11.3    20.0    23.4    22.4    18.2   10.9    4.5    -4.2    9.3    9.32
    1984    -6.6   +0.5    -2.6    8.2   11.7    19.7    21.2    22.3    15.6   12.0    4.8    1.7    9.0    9.04
    1985    -6.2    -3.5   +2.1    8.6   14.7    17.1    21.0    20.5    18.4   11.4    4.8    -3.2   8.8    8.81
    1986    -3.9    -4.4   +2.0    9.3   15.8    17.8    22.0    20.0    16.0   10.6    3.4    0.4    9.1    9.08
    1987    -2.5    -3.2   +3.6   10.3  15.8    20.8    23.7    21.1    17.0    8.8    5.0    1.2    10.1  10.13
    1988    -3.1    -4.1   +0.9    7.3   15.2    19.7    24.2    22.7    16.6    8.7    6.0    -1.0    9.4    9.43
    1989    -0.4    -4.5    -0.8    6.2   14.2    19.4    23.1    21.2    17.2   11.1    3.7    -7.8    8.6    8.55
    1990   +0.5    -2.0   +2.0    9.5   12.7    19.3    22.1    21.6    16.9   10.7    6.0    0.7   10.0  10.00
    1991    -3.9    -0.7   +2.6    9.3   17.1    21.3    22.8    22.5    17.1   11.6    4.2   -0.5   10.3  10.28
    1992    -2.7    -2.0     0.0    6.6   13.9    17.5    19.0    19.1    16.4    9.1    4.4    0.4     8.5    8.48
    1993    -2.2    -6.2     0.0    7.8   13.7    18.3    22.8    22.5    15.2    9.5    4.5    -0.6    8.8    8.78
    1994   -10.0    -6.0   +0.9   8.2   12.8    19.9    22.6    20.3    17.4   11.5    7.1    1.6    8.9    8.86
    1995    -1.3    -5.4    +3.4   5.4   14.2    20.8    22.8    23.1    15.9   12.3    2.5   -3.3    9.2    9.2
    1996    -4.7    -3.8    -0.9    5.7   12.8    19.3    20.9    22.1    17.8   10.6    2.4    1.2    8.6    8.62
    1997    -4.6    -1.0   +0.6    7.1   10.9    20.6    21.6    20.2    16.9   10.8    3.9    0.8    9.0    8.98
    1998    -0.7   +1.4   +3.5    9.8   18.0    19.6    22.3    22.7    19.4   12.2    6.3    2.3   11.4    11.4
    1999    -4.4    -0.1   +1.7    8.9   16.4    21.1    24.7    20.9    19.1   10.8    6.8    1.0   10.6   10.58
    2000    -4.0    -0.8   +5.4    7.5   15.2    18.7    20.9    21.3    16.9   12.0    5.1    -4.9    9.4    9.44
    2001    -2.2    -1.7   +1.0    9.1   15.2    20.4    21.4    23.9    17.6   11.5    8.2    3.2   10.6   10.63
    2002   +0.9    -0.2   +1.7    8.3   12.2    19.7    24.5    22.9    20.8   10.3    4.3    -0.6  10.4   10.40
    2003    -6.1    -5.1   +0.9    6.2   13.1    18.7    21.7    22.7    17.8   10.0    5.7    1.0    8.9    8.88
    2004    -7.9    -2.0   +3.2    7.4   13.6    18.0    21.1    20.0    18.9   11.2    6.3    -1.5    9.0    9.03
    2005    -5.4    -2.2    -0.4    8.6   12.6    22.8    24.3    23.2    19.7   11.8    6.1    -2.2    9.9    9.91
    2006   +1.1    -2.4   +2.4    8.9   15.1    19.9    23.4    21.6    16.3    9.7    6.4    2.9    10.4   10.44
    2007    -1.7    -6.9   +1.4    6.9   15.1    21.0    21.4    22.7    18.7   14.5    3.8    -1.2    9.6    9.64
    2008    -0.9    -3.5    -0.3   10.2  12.7    20.0    22.2    20.7    17.8   10.2    4.4    -1.8    9.3    9.31
    2009    -7.0    -2.0   +2.1    8.6   13.8    18.2    19.8    21.6    17.9    9.5    7.6    -1.1    9.1    9.08
    2010    -4.2    -2.1   +5.6   11.4  16.8    20.0    23.9    22.8    17.0   11.0    5.9    -2.8   10.4  10.44
    2011    -5.2    -3.8   +0.8    7.7   14.5    19.8    24.9    22.5    18.5   11.5    7.6    2.0    10.1   10.07
    2012    -0.6   +0.9   +7.2    8.1   17.1    21.0    24.7    22.1    17.2   11.1    4.8    2.1   11.3*  11.35
    2013    -1.0    -3.0   +1.4    6.9   15.6    19.2    22.7    21.4    16.6   11.9    3.2   -2.8    9.3    9.34
    2014    -7.0    -6.2    -2.8    6.8   14.6    20.3    20.7    20.8    17.2   11.5    2.8    0.9    8.3    8.30
    2015    -6.3   -11.1   -0.8    8.2   16.3    18.1    21.9    21.1    20.0   10.7    7.5    5.2    9.2    9.23
    2016    -2.3    -1.2   +3.5    6.0   15.5    20.1    23.8    24.4    19.9   12.6    7.7    -0.4  10.8  10.80
    2017    -0.5   +1.0   +0.1    9.7   13.0    19.2    21.8    20.6    19.2   13.9    4.7    -3.9    9.9    9.90
    2018    -4.4    -0.4   +0.9    4.3   17.0    19.6    23.7    23.5    19.4     9.7    2.5    0.9    9.7    9.73
    2019    -5.4    -2.9   +0.1    7.1   12.4    18.7    23.5    21.5    18.0   11.7    2.0    0.5    8.9    8.93

    2020 _ -0.5 _ -1.9_ +4.0 _ 6.6 _12.8 _ 20.9 _ 25.4 _ 22.5 _ 17.4 ___ 9.8 _ 7.6 _ 0.8 __10.5 10.45

    2021 _ -1.4 _ -3.8 _+4.0 _ 8.4 _14.4 _ 

    mean _ -4.6 _ -4.4 _ -0.1 _ 6.6 _ 12.9 _ 18.4 _ 21.4 _ 20.4 _ 16.4 _ 9.9 _ 3.9 _-2.1 __ 8.2

    1981-2010

    ______ -3.8 _ -2.7 _ 1.5 _ 8.1 _ 14.2 _ 19.5 _ 22.3 _ 21.6 _ 17.4 _ 10.8 _ 5.2 _ -0.6 __ 9.5 __ 9.45

    1991-2020

    _______ -3.5 _ -2.7 _ 1.6 _ 7.8 _ 14.5 _ 19.8 _ 22.6 _ 21.9 _ 17.9 _ 11.2 _ 5.2 _-0.0 __ 9.7 __ 9.68

    * Note for 2012 annual mean, rounds down from 11.35 since 11.35 was 11.349.

    This is significant because 1998 at 11.4 (from 11.40) is the warmest year in the records. 

     

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    Seasonal mean temperatures

    YEAR _Winter_Spring_Summer_Autumn

    1840 __no data_6.77 _18.10 _ 7.50
    1841 __ -4.97 _ 4.33 _ 19.10 _ 7.70

    1842 __ -2.37 _ 6.63 _ 17.53 _ 7.53
    1843 __ -4.87 _ 3.37 _ 17.73 _ 7.83
    1844 __ -3.60 _ 7.57 _ 18.00 _ 7.97
    1845 __ -2.93 _ 5.90 _ 18.17 _ 7.63
    1846 __ -5.87 _ 6.47 _ 19.20 _ 9.87 
    1847 __ -4.63 _ 3.83 _ 17.40 _ 7.80
    1848 __ -2.53 _ 4.93 _ 18.00 _ 6.90
    1849 __ -5.50 _ 4.20 _ 18.07 _ 9.17
    1850 __ -3.17 _ 3.80 _ 19.03 _ 7.40
    1851 __ -4.23 _ 5.37 _ 16.93 _ 7.80
    1852 __ -6.53 _ 3.40 _ 17.60 _ 7.93
    1853 __ -3.70 _ 4.40 _ 18.77 _ 8.03
    1854 __ -5.73 _ 4.27 _ 19.60 _ 9.33
    1855 __ -6.50 _ 5.20 _ 17.90 _ 8.20
    1856 __ -7.80 _ 3.33 _ 18.40 _ 7.57
    1857 __ -6.60 _ 2.73 _ 17.47 _ 7.40
    1858 __ -3.53 _ 4.37 _ 19.37 _ 8.73
    1859 __ -3.40 _ 6.57 _ 17.93 _ 7.87
    1860 __ -5.70 _ 6.37 _ 18.10 _ 8.43
    1861 __ -5.00 _ 4.00 _ 17.93 _ 9.10
    1862 __ -4.13 _ 4.57 _ 18.27 _ 8.93
    1863 __ -3.00 _ 4.93 _ 18.33 _ 8.47
    1864 __ -3.73 _ 5.30 _ 19.70 _ 8.10
    1865 __ -5.67 _ 5.87 _ 18.47 _10.00
    1866 __ -4.73 _ 4.57 _ 17.73 _ 9.23
    1867 __ -4.60 _ 3.63 _ 19.60 _ 9.80
    1868 __ -7.07 _ 4.77 _ 20.20 _ 7.60
    1869 __ -3.83 _ 3.43 _ 17.03 _ 7.63
    1870 __ -3.80 _ 6.10 _ 19.80 _ 9.97
    1871 __ -4.77 _ 6.80 _ 18.47 _ 7.50
    1872 __ -5.93 _ 3.23 _ 19.77 _ 7.93
    1873 __ -8.00 _ 3.97 _ 18.80 _ 6.30
    1874 __ -3.97 _ 3.63 _ 18.63 _ 9.20
    1875 __ -8.57 _ 2.83 _ 18.00 _ 6.53
    1876 __ -3.07 _ 3.67 _ 20.03 _ 7.70
    1877 __ -6.37 _ 4.97 _ 19.57 _ 9.83
    1878 __ -2.10 _ 8.13 _ 19.97 _ 9.47
    1879 __ -6.47 _ 4.80 _ 18.53 _ 9.30
    1880 __ -1.83 _ 6.13 _ 19.27 _ 7.30
    1881 __ -7.40 _ 5.93 _ 19.33 _10.97
    1882 __ -1.70 _ 4.63 _ 18.50 _ 9.77
    1883 __ -6.30 _ 2.40 _ 17.57 _ 7.53
    1884 __ -5.90 _ 4.43 _ 18.17 _ 8.90
    1885 __ -7.97 _ 1.90 _ 17.60 _ 8.30
    1886 __ -5.90 _ 5.90 _ 17.97 _ 8.67
    1887 __ -6.70 _ 4.90 _ 19.80 _ 7.27
    1888 __ -5.97 _ 3.07 _ 18.73 _ 7.70
    1889 __ -4.10 _ 6.33 _ 18.37 _ 8.47
    1890 __ -0.87 _ 4.50 _ 18.87 _ 8.73
    1891 __ -4.20 _ 5.10 _ 18.27 _ 9.53
    1892 __ -3.53 _ 4.63 _ 19.50 _ 8.70
    1893 __ -7.07 _ 4.60 _ 19.60 _ 8.73
    1894 __ -4.43 _ 6.77 _ 19.50 _ 9.50
    1895 __ -5.07 _ 4.97 _ 19.27 _ 8.30
    1896 __ -4.20 _ 6.27 _ 19.57 _ 8.53
    1897 __ -3.87 _ 5.90 _ 19.17 _10.20
    1898 __ -3.40 _ 7.53 _ 20.63 _10.03
    1899 __ -5.07 _ 6.00 _ 20.07 _ 9.73
    1900 __ -3.97 _ 5.20 _ 20.50 _11.67
    1901 __ -4.97 _ 6.43 _ 20.70 _ 9.13
    1902 __ -4.60 _ 7.23 _ 18.23 _10.37
    1903 __ -4.23 _ 8.07 _ 18.33 _ 9.47
    1904 __ -8.13 _ 5.10 _ 18.43 _ 8.27
    1905 __ -7.27 _ 5.47 _ 19.43 _ 9.63
    1906 __ -2.13 _ 5.57 _ 20.67 _10.30
    1907 __ -5.97 _ 4.53 _ 18.97 _ 8.83
    1908 __ -4.27 _ 6.23 _ 20.00 _10.93
    1909 __ -2.60 _ 5.33 _ 19.73 _ 9.47
    1910 __ -4.37 _ 7.87 _ 19.93 _ 9.53
    1911 __ -4.33 _ 7.17 _ 20.50 _ 9.30
    1912 __ -5.43 _ 5.00 _ 18.53 _10.73
    1913 __ -2.13 _ 7.03 _ 19.97 _10.63
    1914 __ -3.97 _ 6.43 _ 19.83 _10.40
    1915 __ -3.83 _ 6.70 _ 18.77 _11.17
    1916 __ -3.57 _ 5.23 _ 20.83 _ 9.73
    1917 __ -5.43 _ 4.97 _ 19.13 _ 7.73
    1918 __ -7.77 _ 7.13 _ 19.67 _10.00 
    1919 __ -1.33 _ 6.63 _ 21.80 _10.90
    1920 __ -7.47 _ 6.03 _ 19.70 _11.07
    1921 __ -1.53 _ 9.30 _ 22.00 _10.83
    1922 __ -3.30 _ 8.07 _ 20.27 _10.80
    1923 __ -5.00 _ 4.70 _ 19.53 _ 9.77
    1924 __ -3.00 _ 5.30 _ 18.73 _ 9.37
    1925 __ -4.53 _ 6.53 _ 19.87 _ 8.50
    1926 __ -4.43 _ 3.77 _ 18.53 _ 8.87
    1927 __ -4.43 _ 6.57 _ 18.40 _11.40
    1928 __ -3.27 _ 5.63 _ 19.67 _ 9.70
    1929 __ -3.37 _ 7.33 _ 18.90 _ 9.77
    1930 __ -3.93 _ 6.57 _ 20.43 _10.63
    1931 __ -2.93 _ 7.07 _ 20.93 _12.80
    1932 __ +0.47 _ 5.43 _ 20.03 _ 9.87
    1933 __ -1.10 _ 7.10 _ 21.10 _ 8.60
    1934 __ -6.63 _ 5.90 _ 20.23 _10.73
    1935 __ -5.10 _ 6.57 _ 20.70 _ 9.83
    1936 __ -6.20 _ 6.87 _ 20.60 _ 9.33
    1937 __ -1.00 _ 6.03 _ 21.13 _ 9.37
    1938 __ -3.53 _ 7.70 _ 21.27 _10.43
    1939 __ -3.07 _ 5.80 _ 21.10 _ 9.87
    1940 __ -4.00 _ 4.80 _ 19.87 _ 9.53

    1941 __ -3.67 _ 7.50 _ 20.97 _11.43
    1942 __ -3.33 _ 8.63 _ 20.33 _10.53
    1943 __ -4.80 _ 5.23 _ 21.07 _ 9.43
    1944 __ -2.57 _ 6.17 _ 21.13 _10.53
    1945 __ -5.40 _ 8.40 _ 19.67 _10.13
    1946 __ -4.27 _ 8.57 _ 19.53 _11.8
    1947 __ -3.30 _ 5.50 _ 20.77 _11.97
    1948 __ -5.00 _ 6.83 _ 20.83 _11.97
    1949 __ -1.13 _ 7.60 _ 22.83 _10.37
    1950 __ -1.50 _ 5.20 _ 19.83 _10.47
    1951 __ -2.33 _ 8.07 _ 20.37 _ 9.93
    1952 __ -2.03 _ 7.57 _ 21.33 _10.73
    1953 __ -0.37 _ 7.77 _ 21.30 _12.07
    1954 __ -1.47 _ 6.80 _ 20.50 _11.27
    1955 __ -2.90 _ 8.73 _ 22.77 _10.93
    1956 __ -3.30 _ 5.23 _ 19.93 _10.60
    1957 __ -2.60 _ 7.80 _ 20.57 _10.93
    1958 __ -2.93 _ 8.13 _ 19.60 _11.07
    1959 __ -5.57 _ 7.33 _ 22.47 _10.90
    1960 __ -2.20 _ 6.03 _ 20.20 _12.07
    1961 __ -3.83 _ 6.33 _ 20.47 _12.73
    1962 __ -4.27 _ 8.57 _ 20.47 _10.40
    1963 __ -5.70 _ 7.53 _ 20.57 _12.30
    1964 __ -3.43 _ 7.77 _ 20.13 _10.70
    1965 __ -3.47 _ 6.63 _ 19.33 _10.23
    1966 __ -2.53 _ 6.50 _ 21.43 _10.47
    1967 __ -3.10 _ 5.63 _ 20.57 _ 9.73
    1968 __ -4.07 _ 7.63 _ 20.17 _11.73
    1969 __ -3.23 _ 7.10 _ 20.90 _11.07
    1970 __ -5.10 _ 7.23 _ 21.43 _12.10
    1971 __ -4.20 _ 6.33 _ 20.63 _12.70
    1972 __ -2.50 _ 6.27 _ 20.13 _10.03
    1973 __ -2.60 _ 8.23 _ 22.20 _12.03
    1974 __ -3.43 _ 7.03 _ 20.90 _ 9.97
    1975 __ -0.50 _ 6.93 _ 21.73 _11.97
    1976 __ -2.93 _ 7.90 _ 20.73 _ 9.03
    1977 __ -5.97 _ 9.83 _ 20.43 _11.13
    1978 __ -5.17 _ 6.33 _ 20.37 _10.40
    1979 __ -5.23 _ 7.40 _ 20.03 _10.53
    1980 __ -3.00 _ 7.73 _ 20.17 _ 9.67
    1981 __ -4.20 _ 7.83 _ 20.63 _ 9.83
    1982 __ -4.53 _ 7.10 _ 19.20 _11.00
    1983 __ -0.50 _ 6.80 _ 21.93 _11.20
    1984 __ -3.43 _ 5.77 _ 21.07 _10.80
    1985 __ -2.67 _ 8.47 _ 19.53 _11.53
    1986 __ -3.83 _ 9.03 _ 19.93 _10.00
    1987 __ -1.77 _ 9.90 _ 21.87 _10.27
    1988 __ -2.00 _ 7.80 _ 22.20 _10.43
    1989 __ -1.97 _ 6.53 _ 21.23 _10.67
    1990 __ -3.10 _ 8.07 _ 21.00 _11.20
    1991 __ -1.30 _ 9.67 _ 22.20 _10.97
    1992 __ -1.73 _ 6.83 _ 18.53 _ 9.97
    1993 __ -2.67 _ 7.17 _ 21.20 _ 9.73
    1994 __ -5.53 _ 7.30 _ 20.93 _12.00
    1995 __ -1.70 _ 7.67 _ 22.23 _10.23
    1996 __ -3.93 _ 5.87 _ 20.77 _10.27
    1997 __ -1.47 _ 6.20 _ 20.80 _10.53
    1998 __ +0.50_10.43 _ 21.53 _12.63
    1999 __ -0.73 _ 9.00 _ 22.23 _12.23
    2000 __ -1.27 _ 9.37 _ 20.30 _11.33
    2001 __ -2.93 _ 8.43 _ 21.90 _12.43
    2002 __ +1.30_ 7.40 _ 22.37 _11.80
    2003 __ -3.93 _ 6.73 _ 21.03 _11.17
    2004 __ -2.97 _ 8.07 _ 19.70 _12.13
    2005 __ -3.03 _ 6.93 _ 23.43 _12.53
    2006 __ -1.17 _ 8.80 _ 21.63 _10.80
    2007 __ -1.90 _ 7.80 _ 21.70 _12.33
    2008 __ -1.87 _ 7.53 _ 20.97 _10.8
    2009 __ -3.60 _ 8.17 _ 19.87 _11.67
    2010 __ -2.47 _11.27 _ 22.23 _11.30
    2011 __ -3.93 _ 7.67 _ 22.40 _12.53
    2012 __ +0.77_10.80_ 22.60 _11.03
    2013 __ -0.63 _ 7.97 _ 21.10 _10.57
    2014 __ -5.33 _ 6.20 _ 20.60 _10.50
    2015 __ -5.50 _ 7.90 _ 20.37 _12.73
    2016 __ +0.57_ 8.33 _ 22.77 _13.40
    2017 __ +0.03_ 7.60 _ 20.53 _12.60
    2018 __ -2.90 _ 7.40 _ 22.27 _10.53
    2019 __ -2.47 _ 6.53 _ 21.23 _10.57

    2020 __ -0.63 _ 7.80 _ 22.93 _ 11.60

    2021 __ -1.47 _ 8.93 _ 

    means __-3.74 _6.40 _19.99 __9.97 _ all data 1840-2020/21

    1981-2010_-2.35 _7.93 _21.14 _ 11.13

    1991-2020_-2.08 _7.96 _21.41 _ 11.43

     

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    Ranked monthly and annual means

    As with the CET rankings, will start from coldest at the top to warmest at the bottom. These are the raw data before any corrections for urban heat island, a separate ranking table will be constructed later for the adjusted data. The size of the UHI reduction will be 1.1 C deg by 1980, with data adjusted after 1881 by 0.1 more each decade from that decade (1881-1890) to 1.0 in 1971-1980 then 1.1 to end of series. 

    The table will appear in two parts, Jan to June and July to Dec with annual. 

    Cold ranks are read as "first coldest, second coldest etc" from the top, warm ranks are

    read from the bottom of the tables (so that 181st warmest is coldest, once tables are adjusted

    with 181 years available by end of winter 2020-21). 

    Rank _____________________________________________________________ Rank

    (cold) __  Jan _____ Feb ______ Mar _____ Apr _____ May ____ Jun __  (warm)

    __ 01 __ 1857 -12.1 _ 1875 -12.6 _ 1885 -8.2 _ 1874 0.8 ___1867 8.5 _ 1857 14.1   181

    __ 02 __ 1920 -10.6 _ 1934 -12.1 _ 1872 -6.1 _ 1857 1.9 ___1849 8.9 _ 1842 14.5   _ 180

    __ 03 __ 1918 -10.4 _ 1885 -11.9 _ 1883 -5.9 _ 1875 2.5 ___1861 8.9 _ 1847 14.5   _ 179

    __ 04 __ 1912 -10.1 _ 2015 -11.1 _ 1843 -5.8 _ 1885 2.9 ___1907 9.0 _ 1859 14.7   _ 178

    __ 05 __ 1893 -10.0 _ 1904 -10.4 _ 1856 -5.7 _ 1926 3.0 ___1858 9.3 _ 1843 14.8   _ 177

    __ 06 __ 1994 -10.0 _ 1856 -10.2 _ 1888 -5.4 _ 1852 3.1 ___1866 9.3 _ 1869 14.8   _ 176

    __ 07 __ 1856 -9.8 __ 1855 -10.0 _ 1875 -4.9 _ 1847 3.3 ___1857 9.4 _ 1851 15.1   _ 175

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    __ 10 __ 1884 -9.3 __ 1895 -8.7 __ 1869 -4.7 _ 1868 3.4 ___1917 9.7 _ 1855 15.5   _ 172

    __ 11 __ 1875 -9.2 __ 1843 -8.6 __ 1895 -4.4 _ 1883 3.5 ___1850 9.8 _ 1862 15.6   _ 171

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    __ 14 __ 1904 -8.9 __ 1889 -8.3 __ 1916 -3.7 _ 1888 4.0 __ 1856 10.1 _ 1916 15.7   _ 168

    __ 15 __ 1877 -8.8 __ 1917 -8.3 __ 1877 -3.6 _ 1904 4.0 __ 1890 10.1 _ 1840 15.8   _ 167

    __ 16 __ 1873 -8.3 __ 1858 -8.1 __ 1852 -3.5 _ 1943 4.0 __ 1924 10.1 _ 1852 15.8   _ 166

    __ 17 __ 1883 -8.2 __ 1868 -8.1 __ 1912 -3.5 _ 1854 4.1 __ 1842 10.2 _ 1866 15.8   _ 165

    __ 18 __ 1885 -8.2 __ 1879 -8.1 __ 1847 -3.3 _ 1873 4.2 __ 1967 10.2 _ 1889 15.8   _ 164

    __ 19 __ 1865 -8.1 __ 1936 -8.1 __ 1863 -3.3 _ 1879 4.2 __ 1845 10.3 _ 1845 15.9   _ 163

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    __ 21 __ 1852 -8.0 __ 1849 -7.6 __ 1876 -3.3 _ 1841 4.3 __ 1869 10.4 _ 1844 16.1   _ 161

    __ 22 __ 1887 -8.0 __ 1893 -7.6 __ 1926 -3.3 _ 1860 4.3 __ 1925 10.5 _ 1861 16.1   _ 160

    __ 23 __ 1981 -7.9 __ 1846 -7.5 __ 1940 -3.2 _ 1881 4.3 __ 1852 10.6 _ 1875 16.1   _ 159

    __ 24 __ 2004 -7.9 __ 1873 -7.5 __ 1857 -3.1 _ 1936 4.3 __ 1884 10.6 _ 1917 16.1   _ 158

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    __ 26 __ 1905 -7.8 __ 1963 -7.5 __ 1861 -2.8 _ 1859 4.4 __ 1851 10.7 _ 1886 16.2   _ 156

    __ 27 __ 1982 -7.8 __ 1912 -7.3 __ 1906 -2.8 _ 1862 4.4 __ 1876 10.7 _ 1882 16.3   _ 155

    __ 28 __ 1940 -7.5 __ 1916 -7.3 __ 2014 -2.8 _ 1893 4.4 __ 1843 10.8 _ 1848 16.4   _ 154

    __ 29 __ 1849 -7.4 __ 1923 -7.3 __ 1923 -2.7 _ 1975 4.4 __ 1891 10.8 _ 1868 16.4   _ 153

    __ 30 __ 1886 -7.4 __ 1881 -7.1 __ 1941 -2.7 _ 1869 4.6 __ 1875 10.9 _ 1897 16.4   _ 152

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    __ 32 __ 1948 -7.3 __ 1908 -7.1 __ 1984 -2.6 _ 1920 4.6 __ 1997 10.9 _ 1928 16.4   _ 150

    __ 33 __ 1879 -7.1 __ 1854 -7.0 __ 1867 -2.5 _ 1950 4.6 __ 1841 11.0 _ 1958 16.4   _ 149

    __ 34 __ 1866 -7.0 __ 1883 -7.0 __ 1841 -2.3 _ 1872 4.8 __ 1862 11.0 _ 1927 16.5   _ 148

    __ 35 __ 1892 -7.0 __ 2007 -6.9 __ 1884 -2.3 _ 1939 4.8 __ 1872 11.0 _ 1871 16.6   _ 147

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    __ 37 __ 2014 -7.0 __ 1900 -6.7 __ 1892 -2.3 _ 1848 4.9 __ 1885 11.0 _ 1883 16.6   _ 145

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    __ 42 __ 1978 -6.7 __ 1924 -6.5 __ 1899 -2.1 _ 1909 5.0 __ 1868 11.2 _ 1877 16.7   _ 140

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    __ 47 __ 1961 -6.4 __ 1993 -6.2 __ 1879 -1.8 _ 1858 5.2 __ 1983 11.3 _ 1872 17.1   _ 135

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    __ 49 __ 1935 -6.3 __ 1910 -6.1 __ 1972 -1.8 _ 1892 5.3 __ 1847 11.5 _ 1985 17.1   _ 133

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    __ 51 __ 1871 -6.2 __ 1888 -6.0 __ 1862 -1.7 _ 1940 5.3 __ 1878 11.5 _ 1924 17.2   _ 131

    __ 52 __ 1872 -6.2 __ 1902 -6.0 __ 1864 -1.7 _ 1972 5.3 __ 1905 11.5 _ 1846 17.3   _ 130

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    __ 57 __ 1927 -6.0 __ 1968 -5.9 __ 1858 -1.4 _ 1995 5.4 __ 1926 11.6 _ 1945 17.4   _ 125

    __ 58 __ 1954 -6.0 __ 1847 -5.7 __ 1874 -1.4 _ 1908 5.5 __ 1886 11.7 _ 1887 17.5   _ 124

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    __ 62 __ 1966 -5.9 __ 1874 -5.6 __ 1901 -1.2 _ 1934 5.6 __ 1855 11.9 _ 1905 17.6   _ 120

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    __ 64 __ 1959 -5.8 __ 1841 -5.5 __ 1909 -1.1 _ 1905 5.7 __ 1948 11.9 _ 1929 17.7   _ 118

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    __ 74 __ 1941 -5.3 __ 1853 -5.3 __ 1989 -0.8 _ 1865 6.0 __ 1940 12.3 _ 1961 18.1   _ 108

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    __ 81 __ 1899 -5.0 __ 1871 -4.9 __ 1975 -0.6 _ 1889 6.3 __ 2019 12.4 _ 1947 18.2   _ 101

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    __ 83 __ 1929 -5.0 __ 1973 -4.9 __ 1846 -0.3 _ 1897 6.3 __ 1901 12.5 _ 2009 18.2   __ 99

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    __ 85 __ 1864 -4.8 __ 1982 -4.7 __ 1908 -0.3 _ 1937 6.3 __ 1946 12.5 _ 1946 18.3   __ 97

    __ 86 __ 1902 -4.8 __ 1950 -4.6 __ 1970 -0.3 _ 1891 6.4 __ 1954 12.5 _ 1950 18.3   __ 96

    __ 87 __ 1922 -4.8 __ 1869 -4.5 __ 2008 -0.3 _ 1927 6.4 __ 1957 12.6 _ 1979 18.3   __ 95

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    _142___ 2016 -2.3 __ 2006 -2.4 __ 1963 +2.0 _ 1959 8.1 __ 1881 14.6 _ 1971 19.7   __ 40

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    _150___ 1850 -1.9 __ 2010 -2.1 __ 2009 +2.1 _ 1969 8.4 __ 1941 14.8 _ 1954 19.9   __ 32

    _151___ 1964 -1.8 __ 1877 -2.0 __ 1938 +2.2 _ 1970 8.4 __ 1951 14.8 _ 1994 19.9   __ 31

    _152___ 2007 -1.7 __ 1921 -2.0 __ 1957 +2.2 _ 1948 8.5 __ 1936 14.9 _ 2006 19.9   __ 30

    _153___ 1949 -1.6 __ 1990 -2.0 __ 1983 +2.2 _ 1957 8.6 __ 2006 15.1 _ 1934 20.0   __ 29

    _154___ 1919 -1.5 __ 1992 -2.0 __ 1859 +2.4 _ 1985 8.6 __ 2007 15.1 _ 1957 20.0   __ 28

    _155___ 1858 -1.4 __ 2004 -2.0 __ 1942 +2.4 _ 2005 8.6 __ 1982 15.2 _ 1973 20.0   __ 27

    _156___ 1890 -1.4 __ 2009 -2.0 __ 2006 +2.4 _ 2009 8.6 __ 1988 15.2 _ 1983 20.0   __ 26

    _157___ 2021 -1.4 __ 2020 -1.9 __ 1953 +2.5 _ 1945 8.7 __ 2000 15.2 _ 2008 20.0   __ 25

    _158___ 1876 -1.3 __ 1952 -1.8 __ 1958 +2.6 _ 1974 8.8 __ 2001 15.2 _ 2010 20.0   __ 24

    _159___ 1953 -1.3 __ 1975 -1.8 __ 1991 +2.6 _ 1977 8.9 __ 1965 15.3 _ 1966 20.1   __ 23

    _160___ 1995 -1.3 __ 2001 -1.7 __ 1842 +2.7 _ 1999 8.9 __ 1972 15.3 _ 1975 20.1   __ 22

    _161___ 1944 -1.1 __ 1983 -1.5 __ 1929 +2.7 _ 2006 8.9 __ 1922 15.4 _ 2016 20.1   __ 21

    _162___ 1916 -1.0 __ 1949 -1.4 __ 1898 +2.8 _ 1958 9.1 __ 1955 15.5 _ 1955 20.2   __ 20

    _163___ 1967 -1.0 __ 1957 -1.4 __ 1979 +2.9 _ 2001 9.1 __ 1980 15.5 _ 1959 20.3   __ 19

    _164___ 1975 -1.0 __ 1932 -1.3 __ 1902 +3.1 _ 1844 9.3 __ 2016 15.5 _ 2014 20.3   __ 18

    _165___ 2013 -1.0 __ 1961 -1.2 __ 1878 +3.2 _ 1968 9.3 __ 1944 15.6 _ 1921 20.4   __ 17

    _166___ 2008 -0.8 __ 2016 -1.2 __ 2004 +3.2 _ 1976 9.3 __ 1964 15.6 _ 2001 20.4   __ 16

    _167___ 1998 -0.7 __ 1882 -1.0 __ 1995 +3.4 _ 1986 9.3 __ 2013 15.6 _ 1941 20.5   __ 15

    _168___ 1906 -0.6 __ 1997 -1.0 __ 1998 +3.5 _ 1991 9.3 __ 1896 15.7 _ 1997 20.6   __ 14

    _169___ 2012 -0.6 __ 1953 -0.8 __ 2016 +3.5 _ 1990 9.5 __ 1986 15.8 _ 1943 20.8   __ 13

    _170___ 1937 -0.5 __ 2000 -0.8 __ 1987 +3.6 _ 1921 9.6 __ 1987 15.8 _ 1987 20.8   __ 12

    _171___ 2017 -0.5 __ 1991 -0.7 __ 1921 +3.7 _ 1878 9.7 __ 1911 16.3 _ 1995 20.8   __ 11

    _172___ 2020 -0.5 __ 1981 -0.4 __ 1910 +3.8 _ 2017 9.7 __ 2015 16.3 _ 1967 20.9   __ 10

    _173___ 1989 -0.4 __ 2018 -0.4 __ 2020 +4.0 _ 1952 9.8 __ 1962 16.4 _ 1976 20.9   __ 09

    _174___ 1913 -0.3 __ 2002 -0.2 __ 1977 +4.1 _ 1998 9.8 __ 1999 16.4 _ 2020 20.9   __ 08

    _175___ 1950 -0.1 __ 1976 -0.1 __ 1903 +4.3 _ 1942 9.9 __ 1977 16.7 _ 2007 21.0   __ 07

    _176___ 1880 +0.4 __ 1999 -0.1 __ 1973 +4.9 _ 1915 10.0 _ 2010 16.8 _ 2012 21.0  __ 06

    _177___ 1990 +0.5 __ 1954 +0.5 __ 2000 +5.4 _ 2008 10.2 _ 1975 17.0 _ 1999 21.1  __ 05

    _178___ 1933 +0.9 __ 1984 +0.5 __ 2010 +5.6 _ 1987 10.3 _ 2018 17.0 _ 1991 21.3  __ 04

    _179___ 2002 +0.9 __ 2012 +0.9 __ 1946 +6.1 _ 1941 10.4 _ 1991 17.1 _ 1949 22.4  __ 03

    _180___ 2006 +1.1 __ 2017 +1.0 __ 1945 +6.2 _ 1955 10.5 _ 2012 17.1 _ 1919 22.5   __ 02

    _181___ 1932 +1.9 __ 1998 +1.4 __ 2012 +7.2 _ 2010 11.4 _ 1998 18.0 _ 2005 22.8 ____ 01

    These ranks expanded to 181 now that all six months added to complete this half. 

    March 2021 will enter the table as t-9th warmest with 2020 at +4.0. (next table adjustment

    after Feb 2022).

    April 2021 will enter the table as t-31st warmest with 1969, 1970 at +8.4.

    May 2021 will enter the table as t-43rd warmest with 1939, 1978 at 14.4

    (part 2)

    Rank ___________________________________________________________________ Rank

    (cold) __ Jul _____ Aug _____ Sep _____ Oct _____ Nov ____ Dec _____ Year __ (warm)

    __ 01 _ 1884 17.8 _ 1866 16.2 _ 1848 12.2 _ 1841 5.7 _ 1873 -2.4 _ 1876 -8.3 __1875 4.78181 

    __ 02 _ 1891 17.9 _ 1851 17.3 _ 1883 12.6 _ 1925 5.8 _ 1880 -1.2 _ 1872 -8.2 __1885 5.06_ 180 

    __ 03 _ 1848 18.0 _ 1885 17.3 _ 1845 12.8 _ 1876 5.9 _ 1871 -0.4 _ 1989 -7.8 __1856 5.20_ 179 

    __ 04 _ 1860 18.1 _ 1856 17.5 _ 1850 12.8 _ 1889 6.0 _ 1933 -0.2 _ 1859 -7.2 __1883 5.32_ 178

    __ 05 _ 1865 18.3 _ 1883 17.6 _ 1840 13.0 _ 1869 6.1 _ 1851 -0.1 _ 1917 -6.9 __1857 5.62_ 177

    __ 06 _ 1851 18.4 _ 1869 17.7 _ 1847 13.0 _ 1895 6.1 _ 1875 -0.1 _ 1845 -6.3 __1873 5.78_ 176

    __ 07 _ 1853 18.5 _ 1903 17.7 _ 1860 13.0 _ 1853 6.2 _ 1869 0.3 __1851 -6.3 __ 1904 5.89_ 175

    __ 08 _ 1883 18.5 _ 1847 17.8 _ 1863 13.2 _ 1868 6.2 _ 1843 0.7 __1886 -6.2 __ 1888 5.95_ 174

    __ 09 _ 1842 18.6 _ 1912 17.8 _ 1871 13.2 _ 1888 6.3 _ 1857 0.7 __1880 -6.1 __ 1872 6.02_ 173

    __ 10 _ 1861 18.6 _ 1855 18.0 _ 1879 13.2 _ 1843 6.4 _ 1872 0.8 __1910 -6.0 __ 1852 6.11_ 172

    __ 11 _ 1869 18.6 _ 1890 18.1 _ 1875 13.3 _ 1875 6.4 _ 1848 0.9 __1850 -5.6 __ 1847 6.17_ 171

    __ 12 _ 1852 18.8 _ 1849 18.2 _ 1852 13.4 _ 1850 6.5 _ 1842 1.0 __1854 -5.6 __ 1917 6.26_ 170

    __ 13 _ 1871 18.9 _ 1852 18.2 _ 1859 13.4 _ 1855 6.5 _ 1858 1.1 __1856 -5.5 __ 1843 6.28_ 169

    __ 14 _ 1843 19.0 _ 1857 18.2 _ 1856 13.5 _ 1844 6.6 _ 1884 1.1 __1871 -5.4 __ 1849 6.31_ 168

    __ 15 _ 1886 19.0 _ 1927 18.2 _ 1864 13.6 _ 1859 6.6 _ 1894 1.2 __1904 -5.4 __ 1869 6.34_ 167

    __ 16 _ 1888 19.0 _ 1904 18.3 _ 1866 13.6 _ 1887 6.6 _ 1841 1.3 __1867 -5.3 __ 1886 6.36_ 166

    __ 17 _ 1992 19.0 _ 1844 18.4 _ 1887 13.6 _ 1847 6.9 _ 1901 1.4 __1890 -5.3 __ 1855 6.38_ 165

    __ 18 _ 1895 19.1 _ 1860 18.4 _ 1918 13.6 _ 1856 7.0 _ 1917 1.4 __1963 -5.3 __ 1893 6.38_ 164

    __ 19 _ 1841 19.2 _ 1865 18.5 _ 1873 13.7 _ 1917 7.0 _ 1936 1.4 __1919 -5.2 __ 1884 6.38_ 163

    __ 20 _ 1845 19.2 _ 1879 18.5 _ 1888 13.7 _ 1857 7.1 _ 1852 1.6 __1935 -5.2 __ 1851 6.41_ 162

    __ 21 _ 1875 19.2 _ 1884 18.5 _ 1842 13.8 _ 1846 7.2 _ 1887 1.6 __1958 -5.2 __ 1868 6.41_ 161

    __ 22 _ 1920 19.2 _ 1907 18.5 _ 1885 13.8 _ 1883 7.2 _ 1874 1.7 __1903 -5.1 __ 1853 6.53_ 160

    __ 23 _ 1849 19.3 _ 1894 18.6 _ 1924 13.9 _ 1896 7.2 _ 1892 1.7 __1976 -5.0 __ 1866 6.55_ 159

    __ 24 _ 1882 19.4 _ 1897 18.6 _ 1868 14.0 _ 1907 7.2 _ 1903 1.7 __1840 -4.9 __ 1926 6.57_ 158

    __ 25 _ 1840 19.5 _ 1902 18.6 _ 1899 14.0 _ 1880 7.3 _ 1951 1.7 __1868 -4.9 __ 1850 6.60_ 157

    __ 26 _ 1844 19.5 _ 1929 18.6 _ 1893 14.1 _ 1840 7.4 _ 1854 1.8 __1906 -4.9 __ 1879 6.62_ 156

    __ 27 _ 1859 19.5 _ 1964 18.6 _ 1896 14.1 _ 1865 7.4 _ 1844 1.9 __2000 -4.9 __ 1876 6.63_ 155

    __ 28 _ 1874 19.5 _ 1841 18.7 _ 1849 14.2 _ 1845 7.5 _ 1862 2.0 __1893 -4.7 __ 1887 6.64_ 154

    __ 29 _ 1862 19.6 _ 1875 18.7 _ 1890 14.2 _ 1848 7.6 _ 1879 2.0 __1860 -4.5 __ 1874 6.72_ 153

    __ 30 _ 1863 19.6 _ 1886 18.7 _ 1876 14.3 _ 1872 7.6 _ 1882 2.0 __1924 -4.5 __ 1841 6.78_ 152

    __ 31 _ 1924 19.6 _ 1889 18.7 _ 1928 14.3 _ 1873 7.6 _ 1886 2.0 __1926 -4.5 __ 1854 6.78_ 151

    __ 32 _ 1965 19.6 _ 1934 18.7 _ 1857 14.4 _ 1885 7.6 _ 1898 2.0 __1853 -4.3 __ 1895 6.79_ 150

    __ 33 _ 1904 19.7 _ 1895 18.8 _ 1956 14.4 _ 1849 7.7 _ 2019 2.0 __1933 -4.3 __ 1861 6.82_ 149

    __ 34 _ 1880 19.8 _ 1923 18.8 _ 1853 14.8 _ 1842 7.8 _ 1840 2.1 __1980 -4.3 __ 1871 6.82_ 148

    __ 35 _ 1890 19.8 _ 1982 18.8 _ 1904 14.8 _ 1864 7.8 _ 1932 2.1 __1878 -4.2 __ 1862 6.83_ 147

    __ 36 _ 1925 19.8 _ 1891 18.9 _ 1917 14.8 _ 1904 7.8 _ 1856 2.2 __1902 -4.2 __ 1845 6.84_ 146

    __ 37 _ 2009 19.8 _ 1840 19.0 _ 1851 14.9 _ 1909 7.9 _ 1904 2.2 __1945 -4.2 __ 1840 6.85_ 145

    __ 38 _ 1847 19.9 _ 1850 19.0 _ 1886 14.9 _ 1863 8.2 _ 1911 2.2 __1983 -4.2 __ 1859 6.86_ 144

    __ 39 _ 1858 19.9 _ 1887 19.0 _ 1935 14.9 _ 1981 8.3 _ 1976 2.2 __1942 -4.0 __ 1907 6.88_ 143

    __ 40 _ 1885 19.9 _ 1946 19.0 _ 1938 15.0 _ 1926 8.4 _ 1910 2.3 __1874 -3.9 __ 1848 6.90_ 142

    __ 41 _ 1909 19.9 _ 1861 19.1 _ 1963 15.0 _ 1976 8.4 _ 1878 2.4 __1960 -3.9 __ 1867 6.95_ 141

    __ 42 _ 1926 19.9 _ 1873 19.1 _ 1861 15.1 _ 1874 8.5 _ 1921 2.4 __2017 -3.9 __ 1892 6.96_ 140

    __ 43 _ 1932 19.9 _ 1888 19.1 _ 1867 15.1 _ 1952 8.5 _ 1996 2.4 __1842 -3.8 __ 1860 7.03_ 139

    __ 44 _ 1873 20.0 _ 1915 19.1 _ 1926 15.1 _ 1851 8.6 _ 1995 2.5 __1884 -3.8 __ 1924 7.03_ 138

    __ 45 _ 1857 20.1 _ 1992 19.1 _ 1949 15.1 _ 1980 8.6 _ 2018 2.5 __1955 -3.8 __ 1858 7.11_ 137

    __ 46 _ 1867 20.1 _ 1874 19.3 _ 1855 15.2 _ 1860 8.7 _ 1845 2.6 __1882 -3.7 __ 1863 7.11_ 136

    __ 47 _ 1892 20.1 _ 1880 19.3 _ 1858 15.2 _ 1891 8.7 _ 1868 2.6 __1929 -3.7 __ 1912 7.15_ 135

    __ 48 _ 1855 20.2 _ 1893 19.3 _ 1993 15.2 _ 1892 8.7 _ 1891 2.6 __1849 -3.6 __ 1842 7.18_ 134

    __ 49 _ 1893 20.2 _ 1843 19.4 _ 1913 15.3 _ 1937 8.7 _ 1967 2.6 __1892 -3.6 __ 1905 7.23_ 133

    __ 50 _ 1876 20.3 _ 1845 19.4 _ 1844 15.4 _ 1988 8.7 _ 1905 2.7 __1934 -3.6 __ 1890 7.27_ 132

    __ 51 _ 1915 20.3 _ 1863 19.4 _ 1872 15.4 _ 1852 8.8 _ 1920 2.7 __1866 -3.5 __ 1864 7.28_ 131

    __ 52 _ 1846 20.4 _ 1908 19.4 _ 1975 15.4 _ 1972 8.8 _ 1881 2.8 __1883 -3.5 __ 1865 7.31_ 130

    __ 53 _ 1929 20.4 _ 1924 19.4 _ 1950 15.5 _ 1987 8.8 _ 1883 2.8 __1914 -3.5 __ 1844 7.34_ 129

    __ 54 _ 1956 20.4 _ 1842 19.5 _ 1910 15.6 _ 1933 8.9 _ 1890 2.8 __1855 -3.4 __ 1882 7.41_ 128

    __ 55 _ 1870 20.5 _ 1870 19.5 _ 1943 15.6 _ 1940 8.9 _ 1895 2.8 __1864 -3.4 __ 1896 7.45_ 127

    __ 56 _ 1879 20.5 _ 1848 19.6 _ 1984 15.6 _ 1862 9.0 _ 1907 2.8 __1944 -3.4 __ 1880 7.48_ 126

    __ 57 _ 1899 20.5 _ 1859 19.6 _ 1889 15.7 _ 1884 9.1 _ 1939 2.8 __1969 -3.4 __ 1940 7.48_ 125

    __ 58 _ 1902 20.5 _ 1862 19.6 _ 1892 15.7 _ 1886 9.1 _ 2014 2.8 __1879 -3.3 __ 1889 7.49_ 124

    __ 59 _ 1927 20.5 _ 1963 19.6 _ 1902 15.7 _ 1974 9.1 _ 1850 2.9 __1909 -3.3 __ 1923 7.61_ 123

    __ 60 _ 1889 20.6 _ 1858 19.7 _ 1909 15.7 _ 1992 9.1 _ 1855 2.9 __1995 -3.3 __ 1934 7.62_ 122

    __ 61 _ 1894 20.6 _ 1905 19.7 _ 1937 15.7 _ 1861 9.2 _ 1864 2.9 __1870 -3.2 __ 1891 7.68_ 121

    __ 62 _ 1900 20.6 _ 1868 19.8 _ 1962 15.7 _ 1890 9.2 _ 1870 2.9 __1985 -3.2 __ 1846 7.71_ 120

    __ 63 _ 1923 20.6 _ 1882 19.8 _ 1862 15.8 _ 1893 9.2 _ 1876 2.9 __1898 -3.1 __ 1902 7.71_ 119

    __ 64 _ 1945 20.6 _ 1892 19.8 _ 1880 15.8 _ 1929 9.2 _ 1893 2.9 __1925 -3.1 __ 1925 7.71_ 118

    __ 65 _ 1962 20.6 _ 1896 19.8 _ 1974 15.8 _ 1945 9.2 _ 1949 2.9 __1901 -3.0 __ 1901 7.72_ 117

    __ 66 _ 1976 20.6 _ 1910 19.8 _ 1911 15.9 _ 1902 9.3 _ 1861 3.0 __1968 -3.0 __ 1920 7.74_ 116

    __ 67 _ 1903 20.7 _ 1846 19.9 _ 1966 15.9 _ 1934 9.3 _ 1877 3.0 __1970 -3.0 __ 1877 7.79_ 115

    __ 68 _ 1907 20.7 _ 1853 19.9 _ 1995 15.9 _ 1965 9.3 _ 1906 3.0 __1875 -2.9 __ 1899 7.79_ 114

    __ 69 _ 2014 20.7 _ 1871 19.9 _ 1895 16.0 _ 1901 9.4 _ 1959 3.0 __1943 -2.9 __ 1881 7.80_ 113

    __ 70 _ 1850 20.8 _ 1917 19.9 _ 1914 16.0 _ 1905 9.4 _ 1853 3.1 __1846 -2.8 __ 1918 7.80_ 112

    __ 71 _ 1896 20.8 _ 1965 19.9 _ 1923 16.0 _ 1923 9.4 _ 1888 3.1 __1916 -2.8 __ 1929 7.81_ 111

    __ 72 _ 1950 20.8 _ 1967 19.9 _ 1986 16.0 _ 1943 9.4 _ 1926 3.1 __2010 -2.8 __ 1914 7.82_ 110

    __ 73 _ 1918 20.9 _ 1979 19.9 _ 1841 16.1 _ 1948 9.4 _ 1916 3.2 __2013 -2.8 __ 1903 7.83_ 109

    __ 74 _ 1922 20.9 _ 1854 20.0 _ 1967 16.1 _ 1930 9.5 _ 1925 3.2 __1947 -2.7 __ 1943 7.83_ 108

    __ 75 _ 1960 20.9 _ 1919 20.0 _ 1981 16.1 _ 1936 9.5 _ 2013 3.2 __1962 -2.7 __ 1909 7.84_ 107

    __ 76 _ 1967 20.9 _ 1986 20.0 _ 1982 16.1 _ 1979 9.5 _ 1929 3.3 __1858 -2.6 __ 1897 7.87_ 106

    __ 77 _ 1996 20.9 _ 2004 20.0 _ 1854 16.2 _ 1993 9.5 _ 1943 3.3 __1863 -2.6 __ 1935 7.87_ 105

    __ 78 _ 2000 20.9 _ 1914 20.1 _ 1903 16.2 _ 2009 9.5 _ 1914 3.4 __1885 -2.6 __ 1870 7.88_ 104

    __ 79 _ 1856 21.0 _ 1921 20.1 _ 1916 16.2 _ 1878 9.6 _ 1940 3.4 __1937 -2.5 __ 1910 8.02_ 103

    __ 80 _ 1905 21.0 _ 1941 20.1 _ 1897 16.3 _ 1906 9.6 _ 1972 3.4 __1896 -2.4 __ 1916 8.03_ 102

    __ 81 _ 1912 21.0 _ 1954 20.1 _ 1940 16.3 _ 1871 9.7 _ 1986 3.4 __1915 -2.4 __ 1936 8.06_ 101

    __ 82 _ 1985 21.0 _ 1956 20.2 _ 1964 16.3 _ 2006 9.7 _ 1847 3.5 __1887 -2.3 __ 1978 8.08__100

    __ 83 _ 1864 21.1 _ 1957 20.2 _ 2006 16.3 _ 2018 9.7 _ 1885 3.5 __1975 -2.3 __ 1928 8.11__ 99

    __ 84 _ 1877 21.1 _ 1997 20.2 _ 1843 16.4 _ 1911 9.8 _ 1919 3.5 __1897 -2.2 __ 1945 8.13__ 98

    __ 85 _ 1928 21.1 _ 1926 20.3 _ 1878 16.4 _ 1916 9.8 _ 1980 3.5 __2005 -2.2 __ 1894 8.19__ 97

    __ 86 _ 1947 21.1 _ 1994 20.3 _ 1882 16.4 _ 2020 9.8 _ 1859 3.6 __1844 -2.1 __ 1908 8.21__ 96

    __ 87 _ 2004 21.1 _ 1913 20.4 _ 1942 16.4 _ 1858 9.9 _ 1860 3.6 __1841 -2.0 __ 1906 8.22__ 95

    __ 88 _ 1866 21.2 _ 1950 20.4 _ 1992 16.4 _ 1877 9.9 _ 1866 3.7 __1847 -2.0 __ 1927 8.23__ 94

    __ 89 _ 1872 21.2 _ 1977 20.4 _ 1869 16.5 _ 1881 9.9 _ 1889 3.7 __1873 -2.0 __ 1980 8.26__ 93

    __ 90 _ 1906 21.2 _ 1867 20.5 _ 1870 16.5 _ 1922 9.9 _ 1897 3.7 __1921 -2.0 __ 1979 8.28__ 92

    __ 91 _ 1930 21.2 _ 1878 20.5 _ 1884 16.5 _ 1966 9.9_ 1900 3.7 __1922 -2.0 __ 1915 8.29 __ 91

    __ 92 _ 1984 21.2 _ 1925 20.5 _ 1907 16.5 _ 1964 10.0_ 1937 3.7 __1977 -2.0 __ 2014 8.30__ 90

    __ 93 _ 1913 21.3 _ 1943 20.5 _ 1925 16.5 _ 2003 10.0_ 1950 3.7 __1950 -1.9 __ 1950 8.33__ 89

    __ 94 _ 1942 21.3 _ 1951 20.5 _ 1954 16.5 _ 1854 10.1_ 1955 3.7 __1973 -1.9 __ 1967 8.34__ 88

    __ 95 _ 1946 21.3 _ 1985 20.5 _ 1976 16.5 _ 1978 10.1_ 1989 3.7 __1899 -1.8 __ 1900 8.36__ 87

    __ 96 _ 1914 21.4 _ 1922 20.6 _ 1978 16.5 _ 1894 10.2_ 1947 3.8 __1930 -1.8 __ 1972 8.36__ 86

    __ 97 _ 1917 21.4 _ 1936 20.6 _ 1877 16.6 _ 1921 10.2_ 2007 3.8 __1954 -1.8 __ 1965 8.38__ 85

    __ 98 _ 1971 21.4 _ 1940 20.6 _ 1901 16.6 _ 1935 10.2_ 1865 3.9 __2008 -1.8 __ 1878 8.42__ 84

    __ 99 _ 2001 21.4 _ 1972 20.6 _ 1939 16.6 _ 1939 10.2_ 1867 3.9 __1862 -1.7 __ 1956 8.44__ 83

    _100__ 2007 21.4 _ 2017 20.6 _ 2013 16.6 _ 2008 10.2_ 1923 3.9 _ 1865 -1.7 __ 1939 _8.45__ 82

    _101__ 1881 21.5 _ 1901 20.7 _ 1932 16.7 _ 1898 10.3_ 1924 3.9 _ 1900 -1.7 __ 1963 _8.46__ 81

    _102__ 1954 21.5 _ 1909 20.7 _ 1951 16.7 _ 1924 10.3_ 1997 3.9 _ 1951 -1.7 __ 1976 _8.46__ 80

    _103__ 1957 21.5 _ 1930 20.7 _ 1979 16.7 _ 1944 10.3_ 1863 4.0 _ 1966 -1.7 __ 1982 _8.48__ 79

    _104__ 1968 21.5 _ 1933 20.7 _ 1988 16.7 _ 1977 10.3_ 1962 4.1 _ 1869 -1.6 __ 1992 _8.48__ 78

    _105__ 1978 21.5 _ 1942 20.7 _ 1905 16.8 _ 2002 10.3_ 1991 4.2 _ 1908 -1.6 __ 1958 _8.51__ 77

    _106__ 1908 21.6 _ 1976 20.7 _ 1929 16.8 _ 1866 10.4_ 1896 4.3 _ 1927 -1.6 __ 1989 _8.55__ 76

    _107__ 1940 21.6 _ 2008 20.7 _ 1944 16.8 _ 1867 10.4_ 1908 4.3 _ 1848 -1.5 __ 1930 _8.58__ 75

    _108__ 1958 21.6 _ 1864 20.8 _ 1945 16.8 _ 1912 10.4_ 1928 4.3 _ 1888 -1.5 __ 1996 _8.62__ 74

    _109__ 1997 21.6 _ 1911 20.8 _ 1957 16.8 _ 1957 10.4_ 1968 4.3 _ 1946 -1.5 __ 1898 _8.63__ 73

    _110__ 1898 21.7 _ 1931 20.8 _ 1955 16.9 _ 1959 10.4_ 2002 4.3 _ 2004 -1.5 __ 1947 _8.63__ 72

    _111__ 2003 21.7 _ 1952 20.8 _ 1965 16.9 _ 1870 10.5_ 1935 4.4 _ 1907 -1.4 __ 1968 _8.63__ 71

    _112__ 1910 21.8 _ 1958 20.8 _ 1980 16.9 _ 1899 10.5_ 1942 4.4 _ 1895 -1.3 __ 1933 _8.64__ 70

    _113__ 2017 21.8 _ 1971 20.8 _ 1990 16.9 _ 1903 10.5_ 1945 4.4 _ 1940 -1.2 __ 1962 _8.67__ 69

    _114__ 1937 21.9 _ 1981 20.8 _ 1997 16.9 _ 1928 10.5_ 1971 4.4 _ 1961 -1.2 __ 1942 _8.69__ 68

    _115__ 1943 21.9 _ 2014 20.8 _ 2000 16.9 _ 1967 10.5_ 1992 4.4 _ 2007 -1.2 __ 1937 _8.70__ 67

    _116__ 1951 21.9 _ 1877 20.9 _ 1987 17.0 _ 1897 10.6_ 2008 4.4 _ 1857 -1.1 __ 1960 _8.72__ 66

    _117__ 1961 21.9 _ 1968 20.9 _ 2010 17.0 _ 1969 10.6_ 1944 4.5 _ 1964 -1.1 __ 1966 _8.72__ 65

    _118__ 1979 21.9 _ 1999 20.9 _ 1894 17.1 _ 1986 10.6_ 1965 4.5 _ 1981 -1.1 __ 1911 _8.75__ 64

    _119__ 1980 21.9 _ 1872 21.0 _ 1912 17.1 _ 1996 10.6_ 1983 4.5 _ 2009 -1.1 __ 1944 _8.78__ 63

    _120__ 2015 21.9 _ 1932 21.0 _ 1933 17.1 _ 1910 10.7_ 1993 4.5 _ 1988 -1.0 __ 1993 _8.78__ 62

    _121__ 1854 22.0 _ 1945 21.0 _ 1936 17.1 _ 1990 10.7_ 1978 4.6 _ 1932 -0.9 __ 1981 _8.79__ 61

    _122__ 1911 22.0 _ 1966 21.0 _ 1958 17.1 _ 2015 10.7_ 1899 4.7 _ 1978 -0.9 __ 1932 _8.81__ 60

    _123__ 1934 22.0 _ 1899 21.1 _ 1991 17.1 _ 1908 10.8_ 1912 4.7 _ 1861 -0.8 __ 1985 _8.81__ 59

    _124__ 1944 22.0 _ 1920 21.1 _ 1934 17.2 _ 1918 10.8_ 2017 4.7 _ 1843 -0.7 __ 1948 _8.85__ 58

    _125__ 1948 22.0 _ 1935 21.1 _ 1946 17.2 _ 1932 10.8_ 1909 4.8 _ 1972 -0.7 __ 1994 _8.86__ 57

    _126__ 1986 22.0 _ 1960 21.1 _ 1977 17.2 _ 1942 10.8_ 1961 4.8 _ 1938 -0.6 __ 1974 _8.88__ 56

    _127__ 1990 22.1 _ 1978 21.1 _ 1989 17.2 _ 1958 10.8_ 1969 4.8 _ 1993 -0.6 __ 2003 _8.88__ 55

    _128__ 1938 22.2 _ 1987 21.1 _ 2012 17.2 _ 1997 10.8_ 1984 4.8 _ 2002 -0.6 __ 1913 _8.91__ 54

    _129__ 1939 22.2 _ 2015 21.1 _ 2014 17.2 _ 1999 10.8_ 1985 4.8 _ 1991 -0.5 __ 1969 _8.93__ 53

    _130__ 1969 22.2 _ 1876 21.2 _ 1846 17.3 _ 1882 10.9_ 2012 4.8 _ 1894 -0.4 __ 2019 _8.93__ 52

    _131__ 1981 22.2 _ 1881 21.2 _ 1891 17.3 _ 1913 10.9_ 1915 4.9 _ 1905 -0.4 __ 1970 _8.95__ 51

    _132__ 1982 22.2 _ 1962 21.2 _ 1874 17.4 _ 1983 10.9_ 1922 4.9 _ 1918 -0.4 __ 1922 _8.96__ 50

    _133__ 2008 22.2 _ 1989 21.2 _ 1930 17.4 _ 1960 11.0_ 1927 5.0 _ 1948 -0.4 __ 1997 _8.98__ 49

    _134__ 1941 22.3 _ 2000 21.3 _ 1953 17.4 _ 2010 11.0_ 1930 5.0 _ 2016 -0.4 __ 1951 _9.03__ 48

    _135__ 1953 22.3 _ 1898 21.4 _ 1994 17.4 _ 1915 11.1_ 1974 5.0 _ 1920 -0.3 __ 1954 _9.03__ 47

    _136__ 1963 22.3 _ 1961 21.4 _ 2020 17.4 _ 1941 11.1_ 1987 5.0 _ 1936 -0.3 __ 2004 _9.03__ 46

    _137__ 1972 22.3 _ 2013 21.4 _ 1915 17.5 _ 1989 11.1_ 1846 5.1 _ 1939 -0.3 __ 1984 _9.04__ 45

    _138__ 1977 22.3 _ 1928 21.5 _ 1919 17.5 _ 2012 11.1_ 1938 5.1 _ 1852 -0.2 __ 1986 _9.08__ 44

    _139__ 1998 22.3 _ 2019 21.5 _ 1927 17.5 _ 1938 11.2_ 1981 5.1 _ 1959 -0.2 __ 2009 _9.08__ 43

    _140__ 1878 22.4 _ 1990 21.6 _ 1941 17.5 _ 2004 11.2_ 2000 5.1 _ 1967 -0.1 __ 1919 _9.10__ 42

    _141__ 1974 22.4 _ 2006 21.6 _ 1947 17.5 _ 1982 11.3_ 1956 5.2 _ 1956 0.1 __ 1977 _9.11__ 41

    _142__ 1897 22.5 _ 2009 21.6 _ 1922 17.6 _ 1951 11.4_ 1954 5.3 _ 1941 0.2 __ 1938 _9.13__ 40

    _143__ 1970 22.5 _ 1918 21.7 _ 2001 17.6 _ 1962 11.4_ 1958 5.3 _ 1949 0.2 __ 1946 _9.13__ 39

    _144__ 1994 22.6 _ 1948 21.7 _ 1908 17.7 _ 1985 11.4_ 1979 5.4 _ 1979 0.3 __ 1964 _9.14__ 38

    _145__ 2013 22.7 _ 1975 21.8 _ 1920 17.7 _ 1994 11.5_ 1973 5.5 _ 1912 0.4 __ 1961 _9.15__ 37

    _146__ 1933 22.8 _ 1953 22.0 _ 1970 17.7 _ 2001 11.5_ 1849 5.6 _ 1986 0.4 __ 1941 _9.18__ 36

    _147__ 1991 22.8 _ 1906 22.1 _ 1898 17.8 _ 2011 11.5_ 1918 5.6 _ 1992 0.4 __ 1971 _9.18__ 35

    _148__ 1993 22.8 _ 1974 22.1 _ 1969 17.8 _ 2014 11.5_ 1957 5.6 _ 1928 0.5 __ 1959 _9.20__ 34

    _149__ 1995 22.8 _ 1996 22.1 _ 1996 17.8 _ 1914 11.6_ 1966 5.6 _ 2019 0.5 __ 1995 _9.20__ 33

    _150__ 1887 22.9 _ 2012 22.1 _ 2003 17.8 _ 1991 11.6_ 1982 5.6 _ 1990 0.7 __ 2015 _9.23__ 32

    _151__ 1901 22.9 _ 1970 22.2 _ 2008 17.8 _ 1919 11.7_ 1913 5.7 _ 1891 0.8 __ 1957 _9.27__ 31

    _152__ 1919 22.9 _ 1916 22.3 _ 1900 17.9 _ 1927 11.7_ 1934 5.7 _ 1913 0.8 __ 2008 _9.31__ 30

    _153__ 1936 22.9 _ 1944 22.3 _ 1972 17.9 _ 2019 11.7_ 1941 5.7 _ 1931 0.8 __ 1983 _9.32__ 29

    _154__ 1959 22.9 _ 1984 22.3 _ 1973 17.9 _ 1931 11.8_ 1952 5.7 _ 1971 0.8 __ 2013 _9.34__ 28

    _155__ 1973 22.9 _ 1939 22.4 _ 2009 17.9 _ 2005 11.8_ 2003 5.7 _ 1997 0.8 __ 1988 _9.43__ 27

    _156__ 1964 23.0 _ 1983 22.4 _ 1952 18.0 _ 2013 11.9_ 1964 5.8 _ 2020 0.8 __ 2000 _9.44__ 26

    _157__ 1931 23.1 _ 1900 22.5 _ 2019 18.0 _ 1953 12.0_ 1946 5.9 _ 2014 0.9 __ 1952 _9.62__ 25

    _158__ 1989 23.1 _ 1980 22.5 _ 1983 18.2 _ 1954 12.0_ 1977 5.9 _ 2018 0.9 __ 2007 _9.64__ 24

    _159__ 1966 23.2 _ 1991 22.5 _ 1906 18.3 _ 1975 12.0_ 2010 5.9 _ 1881 1.0 __ 1931 _9.68__ 23

    _160__ 1935 23.3 _ 1993 22.5 _ 1986 18.4 _ 1984 12.0_ 1988 6.0 _ 1952 1.0 __ 1955 _9.72__ 22

    _161__ 1949 23.3 _ 2011 22.5 _ 2011 18.5 _ 2000 12.0_ 1990 6.0 _ 1999 1.0 __ 1975 _9.73__ 21

    _162__ 1975 23.3 _ 2020 22.5 _ 1960 18.6 _ 1950 12.2_ 1902 6.1 _ 2003 1.0 __ 2018 _9.73__ 20

    _163__ 1983 23.4 _ 1937 22.6 _ 1865 18.7 _ 1955 12.2_ 2005 6.1 _ 1911 1.1 __ 1973 _9.87__ 19

    _164__ 2006 23.4 _ 1988 22.7 _ 1968 18.7 _ 1956 12.2_ 1970 6.3 _ 1953 1.1 __ 2017 _9.90__ 18

    _165__ 1952 23.5 _ 1998 22.7 _ 2007 18.7 _ 1968 12.2_ 1998 6.3 _ 1877 1.2 __ 2005 _9.91__ 17

    _166__ 2019 23.5 _ 2003 22.7 _ 1931 18.9 _ 1998 12.2_ 2004 6.3 _ 1889 1.2 __ 1949 _9.97__ 16

    _167__ 1987 23.7 _ 2007 22.7 _ 2004 18.9 _ 1946 12.3_ 2006 6.4 _ 1957 1.2 __ 1990 10.00__ 15

    _168__ 2018 23.7 _ 1938 22.8 _ 1948 19.0 _ 1970 12.3_ 1960 6.6 _ 1987 1.2 __ 1921 10.01__ 14

    _169__ 2016 23.8 _ 1949 22.8 _ 1999 19.1 _ 1995 12.3_ 1953 6.8 _ 1996 1.2 __ 2011 10.10__ 13

    _170__ 2010 23.9 _ 2010 22.8 _ 1971 19.2 _ 2016 12.6_ 1999 6.8 _ 1965 1.3 __ 1987 10.13__ 12

    _171__ 1988 24.2 _ 2002 22.9 _ 2017 19.2 _ 1879 12.7_ 1994 7.1 _ 1974 1.3 __ 1953 10.20__ 11

    _172__ 2005 24.3 _ 1947 23.0 _ 1959 19.3 _ 1973 12.7_ 1963 7.3 _ 1994 1.6 __ 1991 10.28__ 10

    _173__ 1868 24.4 _ 1969 23.0 _ 1998 19.4 _ 1920 12.8_ 1948 7.5 _ 1984 1.7 __ 2002 10.40__ 09

    _174__ 1916 24.5 _ 1995 23.1 _ 2018 19.4 _ 1961 13.0_ 2015 7.5 _ 2011 2.0 __ 2006 10.44__ 08

    _175__ 2002 24.5 _ 2005 23.2 _ 2005 19.7 _ 1949 13.1_ 2009 7.6 _ 2012 2.1 __ 2010 10.44__ 07

    _176__ 1955 24.6 _ 1955 23.5 _ 1921 19.9 _ 1900 13.4_ 2011 7.6 _ 1923 2.3 __ 2020 10.45__ 06

    _177__ 1999 24.7 _ 2018 23.5 _ 2016 19.9 _ 2017 13.9_ 2020 7.6 _ 1982 2.3 __ 1999 10.58__ 05

    _178__ 2012 24.7 _ 1973 23.7 _ 2015 20.0 _ 1971 14.4_ 1931 7.7 _ 1998 2.3 __ 2001 10.63__ 04

    _179__ 2011 24.9 _ 2001 23.9 _ 1881 20.2 _ 2007 14.4_ 2016 7.7 _ 2006 2.9 __ 2016 10.80__ 03

    _180__ 2020 25.4 _ 1959 24.2 _ 1961 20.4 _ 1947 14.5_ 2001 8.2 _ 2001 3.2 __ 2012 11.35__ 02

    _181__ 1921 25.5 _ 2016 24.4 _2002 20.8 _ 1963 14.5_ 1975 8.5 _ 2015 5.2 __ 1998 11.40__ 01  

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    (note: with Dec 2020 and annual 2020 added, this half of the table is now complete for 181 years ... placement comments below have been edited)

    July becomes the first month in part two of the table to receive a new ranking, July 2020 missed the top spot by 0.1, and while it was a very warm month, the max of 35.5 and highest mins in the 23-24 range did not set daily records. The feature that got this month to second place was the lack of any cooler than average weather and consistently high overnight lows, the average max near 30C was more similar to t7th place 1916. July 1921 averaged 31 C for max and 19.5 for min. 

    August 2020 is now added, is tied 20th warmest (22.5). Internet source shows 22.4 with 10th missing, this date had enough hourly obs to establish a mean of 26.8. Mean revised upward by 0.1. 

    Sept 2020 is now added, tied 46th warmest (17.4).

    Oct 2020 is now added, shows 86th coldest (or t84th coldest with 1911, 1918), or tied 96th warmest.

    Nov 2020 is now added, tied 5th warmest (7.6) with 2009 and 2011. Only 1931, 2011, 2016 and 1975 were warmer.

    Dec 2020 is now added, tied 26th warmest (0.8) with five other years (1891, 1913, 1931, 1971, 1997) Annual 2020 added, 10.45 was 6th warmest.

     

    note: as of 2 Mar 2020, Jan 2020 has been finalized at 10th warmest and Feb 2020 at 25th warmest. The upper half of the table is now complete for 180 years (March 1 1840 to Feb 29 2020). Additions in 2021 will be the 181st entries for Jan and Feb, and 182nd thereafter. 

    Future values will be added in annual groups of twelve (March 2021 - Feb 2022 etc).

    Notes will be added as to where they rank until they are added to the full table.

     

    Edited by Roger J Smith
    Mar, Apr 2021 added
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    Seasonal Ranks (mean temperature)

    (note: winter is Dec of previous year, Jan and Feb of stated year. Spring is March to May, 

    ... summer is June to August, autumn is September to October.)

    Rank _____________________________________________________ Rank

    (cold) __ winter _________ spring ______ summer ______ autumn ___ (warm)

    __01 ___ 1874-75_--8.57 __ 1885_ 1.90 __ 1851_16.93 __ 1873 _6.30 __ 181

    __02 ___ 1903-04_--8.13 __ 1883_ 2.40 __ 1869_17.03 __ 1875 _6.53 __ 180

    __03 ___ 1872-73_--8.00 __ 1857_ 2.73 __ 1847_17.40 __ 1848 _6.90 __ 179

    __04 ___ 1884-85_--7.97 __ 1875_ 2.83 __ 1857_17.47 __ 1887 _7.27 __ 178

    __05 ___ 1855-56_--7.80 __ 1888_ 3.07 __ 1842_17.53 __ 1880 _7.30 __ 177

    __06 ___ 1917-18_--7.77 __ 1872_ 3.23 __ 1883_17.57 __ 1850 _7.40 __ 176

    __07 ___ 1919-20_--7.47 __ 1856_ 3.33 __ 1852_17.60 __ 1857 _7.40 __ 175

    __08 ___ 1880-81_--7.40 __ 1843_ 3.37 __ 1885_17.60 __ 1840 _7.50 __ 174

    __09 ___ 1904-05_--7.27 __ 1852_ 3.40 __ 1843_17.73 __ 1871 _7.50 __ 173

    __10 ___ 1867-68_--7.07 __ 1869_ 3.43 __ 1866_17.73 __ 1842 _7.53 __ 172 

    __11 ___ 1892-93_--7.07 __ 1867_ 3.63 __ 1855_17.90 __ 1883 _7.53 __ 171

    __12 ___ 1886-87_--6.70 __ 1874_ 3.63 __ 1859_17.93 __ 1856 _7.57 __ 170 

    __13 ___ 1933-34_--6.63 __ 1876_ 3.67 __ 1861_17.93 __ 1868 _7.60 __ 169

    __14 ___ 1856-57_--6.60 __ 1926_ 3.77 __ 1886_17.97 __ 1845 _7.63 __ 168

    __15 ___ 1851-52_--6.53 __ 1850_ 3.80 __ 1844_18.00 __ 1869 _7.63 __ 167

    __16 ___ 1854-55_--6.50 __ 1847_ 3.83 __ 1848_18.00 __ 1841 _7.70 __ 166

    __17 ___ 1878-79_--6.47 __ 1873_ 3.97 __ 1875_18.00 __ 1876 _7.70 __ 165

    __18 ___ 1876-77_--6.37 __ 1861_ 4.00 __ 1849_18.07 __ 1888 _7.70 __ 164

    __19 ___ 1882-83_--6.30 __ 1849_ 4.20 __ 1840_18.10 __ 1917 _7.73 __ 163

    __20 ___ 1935-36_--6.20 __ 1854_ 4.27 __ 1860_18.10 __ 1847 _7.80 __ 162

    __21 ___ 1887-88_--5.97 __ 1841_ 4.33 __ 1845_18.17 __ 1851 _7.80 __ 161

    __22 ___ 1906-07_--5.97 __ 1858_ 4.37 __ 1884_18.17 __ 1843 _7.83 __ 160

    __23 ___ 1976-77_--5.97 __ 1853_ 4.40 __ 1902_18.23 __ 1859 _7.87 __ 159

    __24 ___ 1871-72_--5.93 __ 1884_ 4.43 __ 1862_18.27 __ 1852 _7.93 __ 158 

    __25 ___ 1883-84_--5.90 __ 1890_ 4.50 __ 1891_18.27 __ 1872 _7.93 __ 157

    __26 ___ 1885-86_--5.90 __ 1907_ 4.53 __ 1863_18.33 __ 1844 _7.97 __ 156

    __27 ___ 1845-46_--5.87 __ 1862_ 4.57 __ 1903_18.33 __ 1853 _8.03 __ 155

    __28 ___ 1853-54_--5.73 __ 1866_ 4.57 __ 1889_18.37 __ 1864 _8.10 __ 154

    __29 ___ 1859-60_--5.70 __ 1893_ 4.60 __ 1856_18.40 __ 1855 _8.20 __ 153

    __30 ___ 1962-63_--5.70 __ 1882_4.63 __ 1927_18.40 __ 1904 _8.27 __ 152

    __31 ___ 1864-65_--5.67 __ 1892_ 4.63 __ 1904_18.43 __ 1885 _8.30 __ 151

    __32 ___ 1958-59_--5.57 __ 1923_ 4.70 __ 1865_18.47 __ 1895 _8.30 __ 150

    __33 ___ 1993-94_--5.53 __ 1868_ 4.77 __ 1871_18.47 __ 1860 _8.43 __ 149

    __34 ___ 1848-49_--5.50 __ 1879_ 4.80 __ 1882_18.50 __ 1863 _8.47 __ 148 

    __35 ___ 2014-15_--5.50 __ 1940_ 4.80 __ 1879_18.53 __ 1889 _8.47 __ 147

    __36 ___ 1911-12_--5.43 __ 1887_ 4.90 __ 1912_18.53 __ 1925 _8.50 __ 146

    __37 ___ 1916-17_--5.43 __ 1848_ 4.93 __ 1926_18.53 __ 1896 _8.53 __ 145

    __38 ___ 1944-45_--5.40 __ 1863_ 4.93 __ 1992_18.53 __ 1933 _8.60 __ 144

    __39 ___ 2013-14_--5.33 __ 1877_ 4.97 __ 1874_18.63 __ 1886 _8.67 __ 143

    __40 ___ 1978-79_--5.23 __ 1895_ 4.97 __ 1888_18.73 __ 1892 _8.70 __ 142

    __41 ___ 1977-78_--5.17 __ 1917_ 4.97 __ 1924_18.73 __ 1858 _8.73 __ 141

    __42 ___ 1934-35_--5.10 __ 1912_ 5.00 __ 1853_18.77 __ 1890 _8.73 __ 140 

    __43 ___ 1969-70_--5.10 __ 1891_ 5.10 __ 1915_18.77 __ 1893 _8.73 __ 139

    __44 ___ 1894-95_--5.07 __ 1904_ 5.10 __ 1873_18.80 __ 1907 _8.83 __ 138

    __45 ___ 1898-99_--5.07 __ 1855_ 5.20 __ 1890_18.87 __ 1926 _8.87 __ 137

    __46 ___ 1860-61_--5.00 __ 1900_ 5.20 __ 1929_18.90 __ 1884 _8.90 __ 136

    __47 ___ 1922-23_--5.00 __ 1950_ 5.20 __ 1907_18.97 __ 1862 _8.93 __ 135

    __48 ___ 1947-48_--5.00 __ 1916_ 5.23 __ 1850_19.03 __ 1976 _9.03 __ 134

    __49 ___ 1840-41_--4.97 __ 1943_ 5.23 __ 1841_19.10 __ 1861 _9.10 __ 133

    __50 ___ 1900-01_--4.97 __ 1956_ 5.23 __ 1917_19.13 __ 1901 _9.13 __ 132

    __51 ___ 1842-43_--4.87 __ 1864_ 5.30 __ 1897_19.17 __ 1849 _9.17 __ 131

    __52 ___ 1942-43_--4.80 __ 1924_ 5.30 __ 1846_19.20 __ 1874 _9.20 __ 130

    __53 ___ 1870-71_--4.77 __ 1909_ 5.33 __ 1982_19.20 __ 1866 _9.23 __ 129

    __54 ___ 1865-66_--4.73 __ 1851_ 5.37 __ 1880_19.27 __ 1879 _9.30 __ 128

    __55 ___ 1846-47_--4.67 __ 1932_ 5.43 __ 1895_19.27 __ 1911 _9.30 __ 127

    __56 ___ 1866-67_--4.60 __ 1905_ 5.47 __ 1881_19.33 __ 1854 _9.33 __ 126

    __57 ___ 1901-02_--4.60 __ 1947_ 5.50 __ 1965_19.33 __ 1936 _9.33 __ 125

    __58 ___ 1924-25_--4.53 __ 1906_ 5.57 __ 1858_19.37 __ 1924 _9.37 __ 124

    __59 ___ 1981-82_--4.53 __ 1928_ 5.63 __ 1905_19.43 __ 1937 _9.37 __ 123

    __60 ___ 1893-94_--4.43 __ 1967_ 5.63 __ 1892_19.50 __ 1943 _9.37 __ 122

    __61 ___ 1925-26_--4.43 __ 1984_ 5.77 __ 1894_19.50 __ 1878 _9.47 __ 121

    __62 ___ 1926-27_--4.43 __ 1939_ 5.80 __ 1923_19.53 __ 1903 _9.47 __ 120

    __63 ___ 1909-10_--4.37 __ 1865_ 5.87 __ 1946_19.53 __ 1909 _9.47 __ 119

    __64 ___ 1910-11_--4.33 __ 1996_ 5.87 __ 1985_19.53 __ 1894 _9.50 __ 118

    __65 ___ 1907-08_--4.27 __ 1845_ 5.90 __ 1877_19.57 __ 1891 _9.53 __ 117

    __66 ___ 1945-46_--4.27 __ 1886_ 5.90 __ 1896_19.57 __ 1910 _9.53 __ 116

    __67 ___ 1961-62_--4.27 __ 1897_ 5.90 __ 1854_19.60 __ 1940 _9.53 __ 115

    __68 ___ 1850-51_--4.23 __ 1934_ 5.90 __ 1867_19.60 __ 1905 _9.63 __ 114

    __69 ___ 1902-03_--4.23 __ 1881_ 5.93 __ 1893_19.60 __ 1980 _9.67 __ 113

    __70 ___ 1890-91_--4.20 __ 1899_ 6.00 __ 1958_19.60 __ 1928 _9.70 __ 112

    __71 ___ 1895-96_--4.20 __ 1920_ 6.03 __ 1918_19.67 __ 1899 _9.73 __ 111

    __72 ___ 1970-71_--4.20 __ 1937_ 6.03 __ 1928_19.67 __ 1916 _9.73 __ 110

    __73 ___ 1980-81_--4.20 __ 1960_ 6.03 __ 1945_19.67 __ 1967 _9.73 __ 109

    __74 ___ 1861-62_--4.13 __ 1870_ 6.10 __ 1864_19.70 __ 1993 _9.73 __ 108

    __75 ___ 1888-89_--4.10 __ 1880_ 6.13 __ 1920_19.70 __ 1882 _9.73 __ 107

    __76 ___ 1967-68_--4.07 __ 1944_ 6.17 __ 2004_19.70 __ 1923 _9.77 __ 106

    __77 ___ 1939-40_--4.00 __ 1997_ 6.20 __ 1909_19.73 __ 1929 _9.77 __ 105

    __78 ___ 1873-74_--3.97 __ 2014_ 6.20 __ 1872_19.77 __ 1867 _9.80 __ 104

    __79___1899-1900_--3.97__ 1908_ 6.23__ 1870_19.80 __ 1877 _9.83 __ 103

    __80 ___ 1913-14 _--3.97 __ 1896_ 6.27 __ 1887_19.80 __ 1935 _9.83__ 102

    __81 ___ 1929-30 _--3.93 __ 1972_6.27 __ 1914_19.83 __ 1981 _9.83__ 101

    __82 ___ 1995-96_--3.93 __ 1889_ 6.33 __ 1950_19.83 __ 1846 _9.87__ 100

    __83 ___ 2002-03_--3.93 __ 1961_ 6.33 __ 1925_19.87 __ 1932 _9.87___ 99

    __84 ___ 2010-11_--3.93 __ 1971_ 6.33 __ 1940_19.87 __ 1939 _9.87___ 98

    __85 ___ 1896-97_--3.87 __ 1978_ 6.33 __ 2009_19.87 __ 1951 _9.93___ 97

    __86 ___ 1868-69_--3.83 __ 1860_ 6.37 __ 1910_19.93 __ 1870 _9.97___ 96 

    __87 ___ 1914-15_--3.83 __ 1901_ 6.43 __ 1956_19.93 __ 1974 _9.97___ 95

    __88 ___ 1960-61_--3.83 __ 1914_ 6.43 __ 1986_19.93 __ 1992 _9.97___ 94

    __89 ___ 1985-86_--3.83 __ 1846_ 6.47 __ 1878_19.97 __ 1865_10.00___ 93

    __90 ___ 1869-70_--3.80 __ 1966_ 6.50 __ 1913_19.97 __ 1918_10.00___ 92

    __91 ___ 1863-64_--3.73 __ 1925_ 6.53 __ 1908_20.00 __ 1986_10.00___ 91

    __92 ___ 1852-53_--3.70 __ 1989_ 6.53 __ 1876_20.03 __ 1898_10.03___ 90

    __93 ___ 1940-41_--3.67 __ 2019_ 6.53 __ 1932_20.03 __ 1972_10.03___ 89

    __94 ___ 1843-44_--3.60 __ 1859_ 6.57 __ 1979_20.03 __ 1945_10.13___ 88

    __95 ___ 2008-09_--3.60 __ 1927_ 6.57 __ 1899_20.07 __ 1897_10.20___ 87

    __96 ___ 1915-16_--3.57 __ 1930_ 6.57 __ 1964_20.13 __ 1965_10.23___ 86

    __97 ___ 1857-58_--3.53 __ 1935_ 6.57 __ 1972_20.13 __ 1995_10.23___ 85

    __98 ___ 1891-92_--3.53 __ 1842_ 6.63 __ 1968_20.17 __ 1987_10.27___ 84

    __99 ___ 1937-38_--3.53 __ 1919_ 6.63 __ 1980_20.17 __ 1996_10.27___ 83

    _100 ___ 1964-65_--3.47 __ 1965_ 6.63 __ 1868_20.20 __ 1906_10.30___ 82

    _101 ___ 1963-64_--3.43 __ 1915_ 6.70 __ 1960_20.20 __ 1902_10.37___ 81

    _102 ___ 1973-74_--3.43 __ 2003_ 6.73 __ 1934_20.23 __ 1949_10.37___ 80

    _103 ___ 1983-84_--3.43 __ 1840_ 6.77 __ 1922_20.27 __ 1914_10.40___ 79

    _104 ___ 1858-59_--3.40 __ 1894_ 6.77 __ 2000_20.30 __ 1962_10.40___ 78

    _105 ___ 1897-98_--3.40 __ 1871_ 6.80  __ 1942_20.33 __ 1978_10.40___ 77 

    _106 ___ 1928-29_--3.37 __ 1954_ 6.80 __ 1951_20.37 __ 1938_10.43___ 76

    _107 ___ 1941-42_--3.33 __ 1983_ 6.80 __ 1978_20.37 __ 1988_10.43___ 75

    _108 ___ 1921-22_--3.30 __ 1948_ 6.83 __ 2015_20.37 __ 1950_10.47___ 74

    _109 ___ 1946-47_--3.30 __ 1992_ 6.83 __ 1930_20.43 __ 1966_10.47___ 73

    _110 ___ 1955-56_--3.30 __ 1936_ 6.87 __ 1977_20.43 __ 2014_10.50___ 72

    _111 ___ 1927-28_--3.27 __ 1975_ 6.93 __ 1961_20.47 __ 1942_10.53___ 71

    _112 ___ 1968-69_--3.23 __ 2005_ 6.93 __ 1962_20.47 __ 1944_10.53___ 70

    _113 ___ 1849-50_--3.17 __ 1913_ 7.03 __ 1900_20.50 __ 1979_10.53___ 69

    _114 ___ 1966-67_--3.10 __ 1974_ 7.03 __ 1911_20.50 __ 1997_10.53___ 68

    _115 ___ 1989-90_--3.10 __ 1931_ 7.07 __ 1954_20.50 __ 2018_10.53___ 67

    _116 ___ 1875-76_--3.07 __ 1933_ 7.10 __ 2017_20.53 __ 2013_10.57___ 66

    _117 ___ 1938-39_--3.07 __ 1969_ 7.10 __ 1957_20.57 __ 2019_10.57___ 65

    _118 ___ 2004-05_--3.03 __ 1982_ 7.10 __ 1963_20.57 __ 1956_10.60___ 64

    _119 ___ 1862-63_--3.00 __ 1918_ 7.13 __ 1967_20.57 __ 1913_10.63___ 63

    _120 ___ 1923-24_--3.00 __ 1911_ 7.17 __ 1936_20.60 __ 1930_10.63___ 62

    _121 ___ 1979-80_--3.00 __ 1993_ 7.17 __ 2014_20.60 __ 1989_10.67___ 61

    _122 ___ 2003-04_--2.97 __ 1902_ 7.23 __ 1898_20.63 __ 1964_10.70___ 60

    _123 ___ 1844-45_--2.93 __ 1970_ 7.23 __ 1971_20.63 __ 1912_10.73___ 59

    _124 ___ 1930-31_--2.93 __ 1994_ 7.30 __ 1981_20.63 __ 1934_10.73___ 58

    _125 ___ 1957-58_--2.93 __ 1929_ 7.33 __ 1906_20.67 __ 1952_10.73___ 57

    _126 ___ 1975-76_--2.93 __ 1959_ 7.33 __ 1901_20.70 __ 1922_10.80___ 56

    _127 ___ 2000-01_ --2.93 __ 1979_ 7.40 __ 1935_20.70 __ 1984_10.80___ 55

    _128 ___ 1954-55_ --2.90 __ 2002_ 7.40 __ 1976_20.73 __ 2006_10.80___ 54

    _129 ___ 2017-18_ --2.90 __ 2018_ 7.40 __ 1947_20.77 __ 2008_10.80___ 53

    _130 ___ 1984-85_--2.67 __ 1941_ 7.50 __ 1996_20.77 __ 1921_10.83___ 52

    _131 ___ 1992-93_--2.67 __ 1898_ 7.53 __ 1997_20.80 __ 1919_10.90___ 51

    _132 ___ 1908-09_--2.60 __ 1963_ 7.53 __ 1916_20.83 __ 1959_10.90___ 50

    _133 ___ 1956-57_--2.60 __ 2008_ 7.53 __ 1948_20.83 __ 1908_10.97___ 49

    _134 ___ 1972-73_--2.60 __ 1844_ 7.57 __ 1969_20.90 __ 1955_10.97___ 48

    _135 ___ 1943-44_--2.57 __ 1952_ 7.57 __ 1974_20.90 __ 1957_10.97___ 47

    _136 ___ 1847-48_--2.53 __ 1949_ 7.60 __ 1931_20.93 __ 1881_10.97___ 46

    _137 ___ 1965-66_--2.53 __ 2017_ 7.60 __ 1994_20.93 __ 1991_10.97___ 45

    _138 ___ 1971-72_--2.50 __ 1968_ 7.63 __ 1941_20.97 __ 1982_11.00___ 44

    _139 ___ 2009-10_--2.47 __ 1995_ 7.67 __ 2008_20.97 __ 2012_11.03___ 43

    _140 ___ 2018-19_--2.47 __ 2011_ 7.67 __ 1990_21.00 __ 1920_11.07___ 42

    _141 ___ 1841-42_--2.37 __ 1938_ 7.70 __ 2003_21.03 __ 1958_11.07___ 41

    _142 ___ 1950-51_--2.33 __ 1980_ 7.73 __ 1943_21.07 __ 1969_11.07___ 40

    _143 ___ 1959-60_--2.20 __ 1953_ 7.77 __ 1984_21.07 __ 1977_11.13___ 39

    _144 ___ 1905-06_--2.13 __ 1964_ 7.77 __ 1933_21.10 __ 1915_11.17___ 38

    _145 ___ 1912-13_--2.13 __ 1957_ 7.80 __ 1939_21.10 __ 2003_11.17___ 37

    _146 ___ 1877-78_--2.10 __ 1988_ 7.80 __ 2013_21.10 __ 1983_11.20___ 36

    _147 ___ 1951-52_--2.03 __ 2007_ 7.80 __ 1937_21.13 __ 1990_11.20___ 35

    _148 ___ 1987-88_--2.00 __ 2020_ 7.80 __ 1944_21.13 __ 1954_11.27___ 34

    _149 ___ 1988-89_--1.97 __ 1981_ 7.83 __ 1993_21.20 __ 2010_11.30___ 33

    _150 ___ 2006-07_--1.90 __ 1910_ 7.87 __ 1989_21.23 __ 2000_11.33___ 32

    _151 ___ 2007-08_--1.87 __ 1976_ 7.90 __ 2019_21.23 __ 1927_11.40___ 31

    _152 ___ 1879-80_--1.83 __ 2015_ 7.90 __ 1938_21.27 __ 1941_11.43___ 30

    _153 ___ 1986-87_--1.77 __ 2013_ 7.97 __ 1953_21.30 __ 1985_11.53 ___ 29

    _154 ___ 1991-92_--1.73 __ 1903_ 8.07 __ 1952_21.33 __ 2020_11.60 ___ 28

    _155 ___ 1881-82_--1.70 __ 1922_ 8.07 __ 1966_21.43 __ 1900_11.67___ 27

    _156 ___ 1994-95_--1.70 __ 1951_8.07 __ 1970_21.43 __ 2009_11.67 ___ 26

    _157 ___ 1920-21_--1.53 __ 1990_ 8.07 __ 1998_21.53 __ 1968_11.73 ___ 25

    _158 ___ 1949-50_--1.50 __ 2004_ 8.07 __ 2006_21.63 __ 1946_11.80 ___ 24

    _159 ___ 1953-54_--1.47 __ 1878_ 8.13 __ 2007_21.70 __ 2002_11.80 ___ 23

    _160 ___ 1996-97_--1.47 __ 1958_8.13 __ 1975_21.73 __ 1947_11.97 ___ 22

    _161 ___ 2020-21_--1.47 __ 2009_ 8.17 __ 1919_21.80 __ 1948_11.97 ___ 21

    _162 ___ 1918-19_--1.33 __ 1973_ 8.23 __ 1987_21.87 __ 1975_11.97___ 20

    _163 ___ 1990-91_--1.30 __ 2016_ 8.33 __ 2001_21.90 __ 1994_12.00___ 19

    _164 __1999-2000_--1.27 __ 1945_ 8.40 __ 1983_21.93 __ 1973_12.03___ 18

    _165 ___ 2005-06_--1.17 __ 2001_ 8.43 __ 1921_22.00 __ 1953_12.07___ 17

    _166 ___ 1948-49_--1.13 __ 1985_ 8.47 __ 1973_22.20 __ 1960_12.07___ 16

    _167 ___ 1932-33_--1.10 __ 1946_ 8.57 __ 1988_22.20 __ 1970_12.10___ 15

    _168 ___ 1936-37_--1.00 __ 1962_ 8.57 __ 1991_22.20 __ 2004_12.13___ 14

    _169 ___ 1889-90_--0.87 __ 1942_ 8.63 __ 1995_22.23 __ 1999_12.23___ 13

    _170 ___ 1998-99_--0.73 __ 1955_ 8.73 __ 1999_22.23 __ 1963_12.30___ 12

    _171 ___ 2012-13_--0.63 __ 2006_ 8.80 __ 2010_22.23 __ 2007_12.33___ 11

    _172 ___ 2019-20_--0.63 __ 1999_ 9.00 __ 2018_22.27 __ 2001_12.43___ 10

    _173 ___ 1974-75_--0.50 __ 1986_ 9.03 __ 2002_22.37 __ 2005_12.53___ 09

    _174 ___ 1982-83_--0.50 __ 1921_ 9.30 __ 2011_22.40 __ 2011_12.53___ 08

    _175 ___ 1952-53_--0.37 __ 2000_ 9.37 __ 1959_22.47 __ 2017_12.60___ 07

    _176 ___ 2016-17_+0.03 __ 1991_ 9.67 __ 2012_22.60 __ 1998_12.63___ 06

    _177 ___ 1931-32_+0.47 __ 1977_ 9.87 __ 1955_22.77 __ 1971_12.70___ 05

    _178 ___ 1997-98_+0.50 __ 1987_ 9.90 __ 2016_22.77 __ 1961_12.73___ 04

    _179 ___ 2015-16_+0.57 __ 1998_10.43 __ 1949_22.83 __ 2015_12.73___ 03

    _180 ___ 2011-12_+0.77 __ 2012_10.80 __ 2020 22.93 __ 1931_12.80___ 02

    _181 ___ 2001-02_+1.30 __ 2010_11.70 __ 2005_23.43 __ 2016_13.40___ 01

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    Table expanded to 181 ranked seasons after completion of winter 2020-21.

    Spring 2021 average 8.93, will be 11th warmest ahead of now 11th 2006 (8.80). 

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    (please note these are the ranks for unadjusted data ... a separate table added later

    shows the ranks for adjusted values with urban heat island corrections)

     

    Edited by Roger J Smith
    information about spring 2021 added (11 warmest)
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    Annual Maximum and Minimum Temperatures

    The first two stats will always be in the calendar year. The winter minimum can be in the previous calendar year and refers to the winter season ending in March-April of the stated year. An annual minimum may not be the winter minimum of the winter in which it occurs. ... Temperatures recorded up to June 1, 1978 were in Fahrenheit degrees rounded to nearest whole number. Temperatures recorded after June 1, 1978 were to nearest 0.1 C but the equivalent F reading is shown in the table for continuity purposes. 

    YEAR__Max __ date(s) __________ Min __ date(s) ________ Winter min __ date(s)

     

    1840 __ 27.8 (82F) _ July 11,12,13+_-22.8 (-9F) _ Dec 24 __ no data 1839-40

    _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ July 16, Aug 3, 19, 22

    1841 __ 33.9 (93F) _ June 29 ____ -21.1 (-6F) _ Jan 3 _____-22.8 (-9F) Dec 24, 1840

    1842 __ 32.8 (91F) _ July 19 _____ -16.7 ( 2F) _ Jan 2 _____-16.7 (2F) _ Jan 2, 1842

    1843 __ 31.7 (89F) _ Sept 4 ______ -22.8 (-9F) _ Feb 17 ___-22.8 (-9F) _ Feb 17, 1843

    1844 __ 30.6 (87F) _ Jul 15, Aug 1 _ -21.7 (-7F) _ Jan 27 ___-21.7 (-7F) _ Jan 27, 1844

    1845 __ 35.0 (95F) _ July 13 ______-20.0 (-4F) _ Feb 14 ___-20.0 (-4F) _ Feb 14, 1845

    1846 __ 35.0 (95F) _ July 11 ______ -27.2 (-17F)_ Feb 28 __ -27.2 (-17F) _ Feb 28, 1846

    1847 __ 30.6 (87F) _ July 20 ______ -19.4 (-3F) _ Jan 11,31 _-19.4 (-3F) _ Jan 11,31 1847

    1848 __ 33.3 (92F) _ June 16 _____ -22.8 (-9F) _ Jan 11 ___ -22.8 (-9F) _ Jan 11, 1848 

    1849 __ 31.7 (89F) _ July 14 _____ -25.6 (-14F) _ Jan 11 ___ -25.6 (-14F) _ Jan 11, 1849

    1850 __ 30.0 (86F) _ Jun 7, Jul 17,24 _-22.8 (-9F)_Dec 23 ___-21.7 (-7F) _ Dec 26, 1849

    1851 __ 30.0 (86F) _ Sept 10 _____ -26.1 (-15F) _ Dec 25 ___ -25.0 (-13F) _ Jan 29, 1851

    1852 __ 32.2 (90F) _ July 21 _____ -23.9 (-11F) _ Jan 19 ____ -26.1 (-15F) _ Dec 25, 1851

    1853 __ 35.0 (95F) _ Aug 11 _____ -23.3 (-10F) _ Jan 15 ____ -23.3 (-10F) _ Jan 15, 1853

    1854 __ 37.8 (100F)_ Aug 24 _____ -23.8 (-11F) _ Feb 2 ____ -23.8 (-11F) _ Feb 2, 1854

    1855 __ 33.9 (93F) _ July 19 ______-31.7 (-25F) _ Feb 5,6 ___-31.7 (-25F) _ Feb 5,6 1855

    1856 __ 36.1 (97F) _ July 17 ______-28.3 (-19F) _ Feb 12,13 _ -28.3 (-19F) _ Feb 12,13 1856

    1857 __ 31.1 (88F) _ Aug 13 ______-28.9 (-20F) _ Jan 22 ____ -28.9 (-20F) _ Jan 22, 1857

    1858 __ 32.2 (90F) _ June 25 _____ -21.7 (-7F) __ Feb 17 ____ -21.7 (-7F) __ Feb 17, 1858

    1859 __ 31.1 (88F) _ July 12 ______ -32.8 (-27F) _ Jan 10 ____ -32.8 (-27F) _ Jan 10, 1859

    1860 __ 31.1 (88F) _ July 19 ______ -22.8 (-9F) _ Feb 1 ______ -22.8 (-9F) _ Feb 1, 1860

    1861 __ 31.1 (88F) _ June 9 ______ -29.4 (-21F) _ Feb 8 _____ -29.4 (-21F) _ Feb 8, 1861

    1862 __ 35.6 (96F) _ July 6 _______ -20.6 (-5F) _ Feb 15, 25 __-20.6 (-5F) __ Feb 15, 25, 1862

    1863 __ 31.1 (88F) _ Aug 19 ______ -28.9 (-20F) _ Feb 4 _____ -28.9 (-20F) _ Feb 4, 1863

    1864 __ 34.4 (94F) _ Aug 8 _______ -26.1 (-15F) _ Feb 17 ____ -26.1 (-15F) _ Feb 17, 1864

    1865 __ 32.8 (91F) _ Sept 14 ______-23.3 (-10F) _ Feb 13 __-23.3 (-10F)_  Dec 23 1864, Feb 13 1865

    1866 __ 34.4 (94F) _ July 13 _______-25.6 (-14F) _ Jan 8 _____ -25.6 (-14F) _ Jan 8, 1866

    1867 __ 35.0 (95F) _ Aug 18 _______-25.0 (-13F) _ Dec 13 __ -20.6 (-5F)_Dec 20 1866, Jan 16 1867

    1868 __ 33.9 (93F) _ July 3,13,14 ___-26.7 (-16F) _ Mar 3 ____-26.7 (-16F) _ Mar 3, 1868

    1869 __ 31.7 (89F) _ Aug 20 _______-20.6 (-5F) _ Mar 5 _____-20.6 (-5F) _ Mar 5, 1869

    1870 __ 31.1 (88F) _ June 18, 24, 27_-21.7 (-7F) _ Feb 21 ____-21.7 (-7F) _ Feb 21, 1870

    1871 __ 32.2 (90F) _ Aug 16 _______ -29.4 (-21F) _ Dec 21 ___-26.7 (-16F) _ Feb 5, 1871

    1872 __ 35.5 (96F) _ July 1 ________ -25.6 (-14F) _ Dec 22, 27_-29.4 (-21F) _ Dec 21, 1871

    1873 __ 32.2 (90F) _ June 19 _______-27.8 (-18F) _ Jan 29 ____-27.8 (-18F) _ Jan 29, 1873

    1874 __ 35.0 (95F) _ Aug 12 ________-22.2 (-8F) _ Dec 15 ____ -20.0 (-4F) _ Jan 30, 1874

    1875 __ 31.1 (88F) _ July 26 ________-26.7 (-16F) _ Feb 13 ___ -26.7 (-16F) _ Feb 13, 1875

    1876 __ 33.9 (93F) _ July 8 _________-23.3 (-10F) _ Dec 10 ___ -25.0 (-13F) _ Dec 19, 1875

    1877 __ 31.7 (89F) _ July 16 ________-25.6 (-14F) _ Jan 12 ___ -25.6 (-14F) _ Jan 12, 1877

    1878 __ 35.0 (95F) _ July 17 ________ -22.8 (-9F) _ Jan 8 _____ -22.8 (-9F) _ Jan 7, 1878

    1879 __ 32.2 (90F) _ July 14 _______-22.8 (-9F) _ Jan 20, Dec 21_ -22.8 (-9F) _ Jan 20, 1879

    1880 __ 32.2 (90F) _ June 24 _______ -22.2 (-8F) _ Dec 30 _____ -22.8 (-9F) _ Dec 21, 1879

    1881 __ 33.9 (93F) _ Sept 6 ________ -26.1 (-15F) _ Feb 2 _____ -26.1 (-15F) _ Feb 2, 1881

    1882 __ 32.2 (90F) _ July 26 ________ -27.2 (-17F) _ Jan 24 ____ -27.2 (-17F) _ Jan 24, 1882

    1883 __ 28.3 (83F) _ Jul 4,22, Aug 22_ -23.9 (-11F) _ Feb 10 ____ -23.9 (-11F) _ Feb 10, 1883

    1884 __ 32.2 (90F) _ Aug 19 ________-25.0 (-13F) _ Jan 25, Dec 19 _ -25.0 (-13F) _Jan 25, 1884

    1885 __ 31.7 (89F) _ July 17 ________ -26.7 (-16F) _ Jan 22 ____ -26.7 (-16F) _ Jan 22, 1885

    1886 __ 32.2 (90F) _ July 6 _________ -30.6 (-23F) _ Feb 5 _____ -30.6 (-23F) _ Feb 5, 1886

    1887 __ 36.1 (97F) _ July 16 ________ -27.2 (-17F) _ Jan 3 _____ -27.2 (-17F) _ Jan 3, 1887

    1888 __ 33.3 (92F) _ June 22 _______ -26.7 (-16F) _ Feb 9 _____ -26.7 (-16F) _ Feb 9, 1888 

    1889 __ 31.7 (89F) _ July 8 _________ -23.9 (-11F) _ Feb 6 _____ -23.9 (-11F) _ Feb 6, 1889

    1890 __ 31.7 (89F) _ Aug 3 _________ -19.4 (-3F) _ Mar 6 ______ -19.4 (-3F) _ Mar 6, 1890

    1891 __ 33.3 (92F) _ June 16 _______ -18.9 (-2F) _ Jan 16 _____ -18.9 (-2F) _ Jan 16, 1891

    1892 __ 34.4 (94F) _ July 28 ________ -23.3 (-10F) _ Jan 20 ____ -23.3 (-10F) _ Jan 20, 1892

    1893 __ 33.9 (93F) _ July 25 ________ -27.8 (-18F) _ Jan 11 ____ -27.8 (-18F) _ Jan 11, 1893

    1894 __ 32.8 (91F) _ June 22 _______ -23.3 (-10F) _ Feb 24 ____ -23.3 (-10F) _ Feb 24, 1894

    1895 _ 33.9 (93F)_May 30,Jun 2,Sep 11_ -29.4 (-21F) _ Feb 6____-29.4 (-21F) _ Feb 6, 1895

    1896 __ 32.2 (90F) _ July 12 ________ -27.2 (-17F) _ Feb 17 ____-27.2 (-17F) _ Feb 17, 1896

    1897 __ 33.9 (93F) _ July 5 _________ -21.7 (-7F) _ Jan 25 _____ -21.7 (-7F) _ Jan 25, 1897

    1898 __ 35.0 (95F) _ Sept 2 _________-25.6 (-14F) _ Jan 30 ____ -25.6 (-14F) _ Jan 30, 1898

    1899 __ 33.3 (92F) _ Aug 12, 19 _____ -25.0 (-13F) _ Feb 11 ____ -25.0 (-13F) _ Feb 11, 1899

    1900 __ 36.7 (98F) _ Aug 6 _________ -23.3 (-10F) _ Feb 26 ____ -23.3 (-10F) _ Feb 26, 1900

    1901 __ 35.6 (96F) _ June 27 ________-23.9 (-11F) _ Jan 19 ____ -23.9 (-11F) _ Jan 19, 1901

    1902 __ 32.8 (91F) _ July 8 _________ -19.4 (-3F) _ Dec 9, 14 ___ -17.8 ( 0F) _ Dec 21, 1901

    1903 __ 33.3 (92F) _ July 8 _________ -23.3 (-10F) _ Dec 28 ____ -21.1 (-6F) _ Feb 17, 1903

    1904 __ 33.9 (93F) _ July 18, 19 _____ -26.1 (-15F) _ Jan 4 _____ -26.1 (-15F) _ Jan 4, 1904

    1905 __ 33.3 (92F) _ July 18 ________ -22.2 (-8F) _ Feb 4, 14 ___ -22.2 (-8F) _ Feb 4,14 1905

    1906 __ 33.3 (92F) _ July 22 ________ -24.4 (-12F) _ Feb 2, 6 ___ -24.4 (-12F)_Feb 2,6 1906

    1907 __ 32.2 (90F) _ July 16 ________ -23.3 (-10F) _ Feb 6 _____ -23.3 (-10F) _ Jan 24, 1907

    1908 __ 33.3 (92F)_July 12, 30, Aug 4 _-27.8 (-18F) _ Feb 4 _____ -27.8 (-18F) _ Feb 4, 1908

    1909 __ 35.6 (96F) _ Aug 25 ________ -22.8 (-9F) _ Feb 1 ______ -22.8 (-9F) _ Feb 1, 1909

    1910 __ 33.9 (93F)_Jun 22, Jul 1, 9___ -23.3 (-10F) _ Feb 6, 7 ___ -23.3 (-10F)_Feb 6,7 1910

    1911 __ 39.4 (103F) _ July 3  ________-18.9 (-2F) _ Jan 16 _____ -21.7 (-7F) _ Dec 31, 1910

    1912 __ 33.9 (93F) _ Sept 10 ________-28.3 (-19F) _ Feb 10 ____ -28.3 (-19F) _ Feb 10, 1912

    1913 __ 35.0 (95F) _ June 16, July 1 __-18.9 (-2F) _ Mar 7 ______ -18.9 (-2F) _ Mar 7, 1913

    1914 __ 33.9 (93F) _ July 11 _________-30.0 (-22F) _ Jan 13 ____ -30.0 (-22F) _ Jan 13, 1914

    1915 __ 31.1 (88F) _ Aug 16 ________ -18.3 (-1F) _ Jan 22 _____ -21.7 (-7F) _ Dec 26, 1914

    1916 __ 37.8 (100F)_ July 30 ________ -22.8 (-9F) _ Feb 21 _____-22.8 (-9F) _ Feb 21, 1916

    1917 __ 36.7 (98F) _ July 29,30 ______ -27.2 (-17F) _ Dec 29 ___ -23.9 (-11F) _ Feb 12, 1917

    1918 __ 38.9 (102F)_ Aug 13 ________ -28.9 (-20F) _ Feb 5 ____ -28.9 (-20F) _ Feb 5, 1918

    1919 __ 36.7 (98F) _ July 4 __________-21.7 (-7F) _ Dec 17, 18 _ -17.2 ( 1F)_Jan 10,11 1919

    1920 __ 33.9 (93F) _ June 10 ________ -27.8 (-18F) _ Jan 31 ____-27.8 (-18F) _ Jan 31, 1920

    1921 __ 36.7 (98F) _ July 5 __________-20.6 (-5F) _ Jan 18_____ -20.6 (-5F) _ Jan 18, 1921

    1922 __ 33.9 (93F) _ Aug 16, Sept 5 ___-21.7 (-7F) _ Feb 17 ____ -21.7 (-7F) _ Feb 17, 1922

    1923 __ 35.6 (96F) _ June 24  _______ -24.4 (-12F) _ Jan 17 ____ -24.4 (-12F) _ Jan 17, 1923

    1924 __ 32.2 (90F) _ Aug 31 ________ -21.1 (-6F) _ Jan 27 _____ -21.1 (-6F) _ Jan 27, 1924

    1925 __ 35.0 (95F) _ June 6 _________-25.6 (-14F) _ Dec 27 ____ -23.9 (-11F) _ Jan 27, 1925

    1926 __ 32.8 (91F) _ July 8 _________-20.6 (-5F) _ Jan 29 _____ -25.6 (-14F) _ Dec 27, 1925

    1927 __ 35.0 (95F) _ June 30 ________-27.2 (-17F) _ Jan 26 ____ -27.2 (-17F) _ Jan 26, 1927

    1928 __ 32.2 (90F) _ Jul 8, Aug 8 _____-20.0 (-4F) _ Feb 25 _____ -20.0 (-4F) _ Feb 25, 1928

    1929 __ 34.4 (94F) _ Sept 3 _________-19.4 (-3F) _ Feb 20 _____ -19.4 (-3F) _ Feb 20, 1929

    1930 __ 35.0 (95F) _ Aug 4 _________ -21.1 (-6F) _ Feb 6 _______ -21.1 (-6F) _ Feb 6, 1930

    1931 __ 36.7 (98F) _ July 1 ________ -17.8 ( 0F)_Jan 15,22 Feb 1_-17.8 ( 0F)_J15,22,F 1,1931

    1932 __ 35.0 (95F) _ Aug 31 ________-16.7 ( 2F) _ Dec 16 ______ -15.0 ( 5F) _ Mar 15, 1932

    1933 __ 36.7 (98F) _ July 30 ________ -30.0 (-22F) _ Dec 29 _____-21.1 (-6F) _ Feb 10, 1933

    1934 __ 34.4 (94F) _ June 2 ________ -29.4 (-21F) _ Feb 8 ______-30.0 (-22F) _ Dec 22, 1933

    1935 __ 33.9 (93F) _ July 19 ________ -23.9 (-11F) _ Jan 24, 27 __-23.9 (-11F)_Jan 24,27,1935

    1936 __ 40.6 (105F) _ Jul 8,9,10 _____ -19.4 (-3F) _ Feb 10, 19 __ -21.1 (-6F) _ Dec 21, 1935

    1937 __ 35.0 (95F) _ July 8 _________ -16.7 ( 2F) _ Dec 13 _____ -16.1 ( 3F) _ Nov 30, 1936

    1938 __ 33.3 (92F) _ July 8, Aug 15 ___-20.6 (-5F) _ Mar 3 ______ -20.6 (-5F) _ Mar 3, 1938

    1939 __ 33.9 (93F) _ July 7 __________-22.8 (-9F) _ Jan 26 _____ -22.8 (-9F) _ Jan 26, 1939

    1940 __ 33.9 (93F) _ July 24  ________ -21.1 (-6F) _ Jan 17 _____ -21.1 (-6F) _ Jan 17, 1940

    1941 __ 35.0 (95F) _ July 25, 28 ______-19.4 (-3F) _ Jan 14 _____ -19.4 (-3F) _ Jan 14, 1941

    1942 __ 32.2 (90F) _ Jul 13, 18, 19 ____-27.2 (-17F) _ Dec 20 ____ -22.2 (-8F) _ Jan 10, 1942

    1943 __ 34.4 (94F) _ June 25 ________ -29.4 (-21F) _ Feb 15_____-29.4 (-21F) _ Feb 15, 1943

    1944 __ 35.6 (96F) _ Aug 11 _________ -17.8 ( 0F) _ Jan 8 _______-21.1 (-6F) _ Dec 23, 1943

    1945 __ 33.3 (92F) _ Aug 2 __________ -25.0 (-13F) _ Jan 25 ____ -25.0 (-13F) _ Jan 25, 1945

    1946 __ 32.2 (90F)_Jun 24, Jul 6,14,19__-21.1 (-6F) _ Jan 20 _____ -21.1 (-6F) _ Jan 20, 1946

    1947 __ 33.9 (93F) _ Aug 12,13 _______-17.8 ( 0F) _ Jan 22 _____ -17.8 ( 0F) _ Jan 22, 1947

    1948 __ 38.3 (101F)_ Aug 25 _________ -24.4 (-12F) _ Jan 23, 30 _-24.4 (-12F)_Jan 23,30, 1948

    1949 __ 37.2 (99F) _ Aug 9 ___________-15.6 ( 4F)_Feb 11, Nov 26_-18.3 (-1F) _ Dec 26, 1948

    1950 __ 31.1 (88F) _ July 28, 29 _______-24.4 (-12F) _ Feb 20 ____ -24.4 (-12F) _ Feb 20, 1950

    1951 __ 32.2 (90F) _ July 30 __________-20.0 (-4F) _ Feb 8, 9 ____ -20.0 (-4F) _ Feb 8,9, 1951

    1952 __ 34.4 (94F) _ June 26 _________-20.6 (-5F) _ Jan 29 _____ -20.6 (-5F) _ Jan 29, 1952

    1953 __ 37.8 (100F)_ Sept 2 __________-15.0 ( 5F) _ Dec 17 _____ -15.0 ( 5F) _ Dec 28, 1952

    1954 __ 33.9 (93F) _ July 14 __________-21.1 (-6F) _ Feb 12 _____ -21.1 (-6F) _ Feb 12, 1954

    1955 __ 36.7 (98F) _ Aug 1 __________ -22.8 (-9F) _ Feb 3 ______ -22.8 (-9F) _ Feb 3, 1955

    1956 __ 35.0 (95F) _ June 13 ________ -18.3 (-1F) _ Dec 30 _____ -20.0 (-4F) _ Dec 20, 1955

    1957 __ 33.3 (92F) _ June 17, 18_____ -23.3 (-10F) _ Jan 15 ____ -23.3 (-10F) _ Jan 15, 1957

    1958 __ 32.2 (90F) _ July 2 __________-22.2 (-8F) _ Feb 18 _____ -22.2 (-8F) _ Feb 18, 1958

    1959 __ 34.4 (94F) _ Aug 14 _________-19.4 (-3F) _ Jan 5 ______ -20.0 (-4F) _ Dec 20, 1958

    1960 __ 33.3 (92F) _ Aug 29 _________-19.4 (-3F) _ Dec 13 _____ -17.8 ( 0F) _ Jan 9, 1960

    1961 __ 32.8 (91F) _ Sept 11 ________ -22.8 (-9F) _ Feb 2 ______ -22.8 (-9F) _ Feb 2, 1961

    1962 __ 34.4 (94F) _ May 18 ________ -22.2 (-8F) _ Dec 30, 31 __ -21.1 (-6F) _ Feb 1, 1962

    1963 __ 34.4 (94F) _ July 2, 18 _______ -22.8 (-9F) _ Jan 24 _____-22.8 (-9F) _ Jan 24, 1963

    1964 __ 36.7 (98F) _ June 30 ________ -20.6 (-5F) _ Jan 12 _____ -20.6 (-5F) _ Jan 12, 1964

    1965 __ 34.4 (94F) _ Aug 15 _________ -21.7 (-7F) _ Jan 16 _____ -21.7 (-7F) _ Jan 16, 1965

    1966 __ 36.1 (97F) _ July 3  __________ -20.6 (-5F) _ Jan 12, 16 __-20.6 (-5F)_Jan 12,16, 1966

    1967 __ 31.7 (89F) _ June 16  _________-24.4 (-12F) _ Feb 12 ____-24.4 (-12F) _ Feb 12, 1967

    1968 __ 33.9 (93F) _ July 22 __________-23.3 (-10F) _ Jan 8 _____-23.3 (-10F) _ Jan 8, 1968

    1969 __ 34.4 (94F) _ May 29 __________-18.3 (-1F) _ Jan 27 _____-19.4 (-3F) _ Dec 25, 1968

    1970 __ 33.3 (92F) _ June 11 _________ -21.7 (-7F) _ Feb 7 _____ -21.7 (-7F) _ Feb 7, 1970

    1971 __ 34.4 (94F) _ June 29 _________ -20.0 (-4F) _ Jan 19 ____ -20.0 (-4F) _ Jan 19, 1971

    1972 __ 34.4 (94F) _ July 22 __________-20.6 (-5F) _ Jan 16 ____ -20.6 (-5F) _ Jan 16, 1972

    1973 __ 36.1 (97F) _ Aug 28 __________-20.6 (-5F) _ Feb 17 ____ -20.6 (-5F) _ Feb 17, 1973

    1974 __ 35.6 (96F) _ July 9 ___________-18.7 (-1F) _ Feb 3 _____ -18.7 (-1F) _ Feb 3, 1974

    1975 _ 33.3 (92F)_Jun 22, Jul 2,31,Aug 1_-20.0 (-4F) _ Jan 20 ____-20.0 (-4F) _ Jan 20, 1975

    1976 __ 32.8 (91F) _ July 11 __________-25.0 (-13F) _ Jan 23 ___ -25.0 (-13F) _ Jan 23, 1976

    1977 __ 36.7 (98F) _ July 20 __________-22.8 (-9F) _ Jan 18 _____ -22.8 (-9F) _ Jan 18, 1977

    1978 __ 32.8 (91F)*_ June 27 _________-17.8 ( 0F)_Jan 10, Feb 4_-17.8 ( 0F)_Jan10,Feb 4,1978

    1979 __ 30.4 (87F)*_ June 16 _________-24.7 (-12F) _ Feb 17 ____-24.7 (-12F) _ Feb 17, 1979

    1980 __ 31.3 (88F)*_ June 26 _________-23.9 (-11F) _ Dec 25 ____ -22.4 (-8F) _ Feb 29, 1980

    1981 __ 33.2 (92F) _ July 8 ___________-26.9 (-16F) _ Jan 4 _____ -26.9 (-16F) _ Jan 4, 1981

    1982 __ 30.6 (87F)*_ July 16 __________-25.1 (-13F) _ Jan 10 ____ -25.1 (-13F) _ Jan 10, 1982

    1983 __ 35.4 (96F) _ July 15 _________ -20.6 (-5F) _ Dec 25 _____ -17.8 ( 0F) _ Jan 18, 1983

    1984 __ 31.8 (89F) _ July 14 _________ -20.6 (-5F) _ Jan 15 ___ -20.6 (-5F)_Dec 25,1983,Jan 15 1984

    1985 __ 30.1 (86F) _ Sept 7 __________-20.8 (-5F) _ Jan 21 _____ -20.8 (-5F) _ Jan 21, 1985

    1986 __ 31.5 (89F) _ May 29 _________ -19.2 (-3F) _ Jan 8 ______ -19.2 (-3F) _ Jan 8, 1986

    1987 __ 34.2 (94F)*_ June 14 _________-20.9 (-6F) _ Feb 15 _____ -20.9 (-6F) _ Feb 15, 1987

    1988 __ 37.2 (99F)*_ July 7 __________ -21.9 (-7F) _ Jan 14 _____ -21.9 (-7F) _ Jan 14, 1988

    1989 __ 33.2 (92F) _ Aug 3 __________ -22.2 (-8F) _ Dec 22 _____ -20.5 (-5F) _ Jan 4, 1989

    1990 __ 35.9 (96F) _ July 4 ___________-16.5 ( 2F) _ Feb 25 ____ -22.2 (-8F) _ Dec 22, 1989

    1991 __ 35.0 (95F) _ July 19 __________-17.8 ( 0F) _ Jan 21 _____-17.8 ( 0F) _ Jan 21, 1991

    1992 __ 30.7 (87F) _ June 13 _________-20.8 (-5F) _ Jan 16 ____ -20.8 (-5F) _ Jan 16, 1992

    1993 __ 34.4 (94F) _ Aug 27 __________-19.9 (-4F) _ Feb 6 _____ -19.9 (-4F) _ Feb 6, 1993

    1994 __ 32.8 (91F) _ June 13 _________-25.9 (-15F) _ Jan 16 ___ -25.9 (-15F) _ Jan 16, 1994

    1995 __ 35.6 (96F) _ June 19, July 14 __ -21.2 (-6F) _ Feb 5 _____ -21.2 (-6F) _ Feb 5, 1995

    1996 __ 31.9 (89F) _ June 30 _________-18.8 (-2F) _ Jan 4 _____ -18.8 (-2F) _ Jan 4, 1996

    1997 __ 32.9 (91F)*_ June 25 _________-22.3 (-8F) _ Jan 18 ____ -22.3 (-8F) _ Jan 18, 1997

    1998 __ 33.2 (91F) _ Sept 6 __________-16.0 ( 3F) _ Dec 30 ____ -15.7 ( 4F) _ Dec 31, 1997

    1999 __ 35.2 (95F) _ July 5 ___________-22.6 (-9F) _ Jan 14 ____ -22.6 (-9F) _ Jan 14, 1999

    2000 __ 30.4 (87F) _ May 6, Aug 8, Sep 1_-20.9 (-5F) _ Jan 17 ___ -20.9 (-5F) _ Jan 17, 2000

    2001 __ 36.9 (98F) _ Aug 8 ___________ -15.8 ( 4F) _ Jan 2 _____ -16.6 ( 2F) _ Dec 28, 2000

    2002 __ 35.0 (95F) _ July 2 ___________ -14.6 ( 6F) _ Dec 3 _____ -13.7 ( 7F) _ Feb 11, 2002

    2003 __ 33.9 (93F) _ June 25 __________-23.1 (-10F) _ Mar 3 ____ -23.1 (-10F)_ Mar 3, 2003

    2004 __ 32.7 (91F) _ June 9 ___________-23.3 (-10F) _ Dec 20 ___ -22.1 (-8F) _ Jan 9, 2004

    2005 __ 34.4 (94F) _ July 12, 13 ________-22.7 (-9F) _ Jan 21 ____ -23.3 (-10F)_ Dec 20, 2004

    2006 __ 36.8 (98F) _ Aug 1 ____________-13.1 ( 8F) _ Feb 18 ____ -13.1 ( 8F) _ Feb 18, 2006

    2007 __ 34.7 (94F) _ July 9 ____________-20.9 (-6F) _ Mar 6 _____ -20.9 (-6F) _ Mar 6, 2007

    2008 __ 33.5 (92F) _ June 9 ___________-16.8 ( 2F) _ Feb 11 _____-16.8 ( 2F) _ Feb 11, 2008

    2009 __ 32.0 (90F) _ Aug 17 ___________-19.3 (-3F) _ Jan 14 ____ -19.3 (-3F) _ Jan 14, 2009

    2010 __ 34.2 (94F)*_ July 5 ___________ -18.0 ( 0F) _ Jan 30 _____-18.0 ( 0F) _ Jan 30, 2010

    2011 __ 38.2 (101F)_ July 21 __________ -18.5 (-1F) _ Jan 24 ____ -18.5 (-1F) _ Jan 24, 2011

    2012 __ 36.7 (98F) _ July 17 __________ -14.6 ( 6F) _ Jan 3 _____ -14.6 ( 6F) _ Jan 3, 2012

    2013 __ 35.4 (96F) _ July 17 __________ -18.4 (-1F) _ Jan 23 ____ -18.4 (-1F) _ Jan 23, 2013

    2014 __ 30.3 (87F) _ July 1 ___________ -22.2 (-8F) _ Jan 7 _____ -22.2 (-8F) _ Jan 7, 2014

    2015 __ 32.8 (91F) _ Sept 7 ___________-25.1 (-13F) _ Feb 15 ___ -25.1 (-13F)_ Feb 15, 2015

    2016 __ 35.5 (96F)*_ July 22 __________ -24.7 (-12F) _ Feb 13 ___ -24.7 (-12F)_ Feb 13, 2016

    2017 __ 31.7 (89F)*_ Sept 24 __________-20.2 (-4F) _ Dec 31 ____-12.5 (10F)_Mar 11,12,2017

    2018 __ 33.0 (91F) _ June 18, July 5 ____-22.3 (-8F) _ Jan 6 _____ -22.3 (-8F) _ Jan 6, 2018

    2019 __ 33.8 (93F) _ July 20 ___________ -21.5 (-7F) _ Jan 20,21 __-21.5 (-7F)_Jan 20,21 2019

    2020 __ 35.6 (96F) _ July 2____________ -19.1 (-2F) _ Feb 14 ____-19.1 (-2F)_Feb 14, 2020 (final)

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    means (all data) ___ 33.8 (93F) _________ -22.6 (-9F) ___________ -22.5 (-8F)

    means 1981-2010 _ 33.6 (92 F) _________ -20.3 (-5F) ___________ -20.3 (-5F)

    * After 1977 with more precise Celsius (0.1) recording, the following dates would have tied in F deg for

    annual max ... Jul 20 1978 (32.6) (91) _ Jul 22 1979 (30.3) (87) _ Jul 11 1980 (30.9) (88) _ 

    also Jul 20 1980 (31.0) (88) _ Jul 18 1982 (30.5) (87) _ Jul 24 1987 (34.1) (93) _ July 8 1988 (37.1) (99)

    Jul 17 1997 (32.5) (91) _ Jul 8 2010 (34.1) (93) _ Sept 25 2017 (31.5) (89) _ note also in 2016

    est max 35 (95) Aug 12 is within 0.5 C of annual max 35.5 (96).

    ^ similarly tied (F) minima, Feb 6 1995 (-21.1) (-6F) _ Feb 28 (-16.7) (2F) and Feb 10 (-16.4) (2F) 2008 

    and Jan 23 2011 (-18.3) (0F) and Jan 15 2012 (-14.5) (6F).

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    Daily Temperature Records (January 1 to March 31)

    All readings taken 1840 to 1977 were in F deg (recorded to nearest whole number) and those taken from 1978 to 2020 were in tenths of degrees Celsius. My protocol for ties is to convert the smaller Celsius portion to F (whole numbers) since we have no indication of the precision of the F readings to 1977. There will be an effort made later to provide the actual C readings for records tied or broken since conversion began.

    Monthly extremes are shown in bold type. 

    Date ___ Max ___ Year _____ Min ___ Year _____ High min (year) ___ Low max (year)

    Jan 01 __ 58 F __ 1876 ______ -6 F __ 1899 _____ 42 F (1848) ______ 9 F (1999)

    Jan 02 __ 55 F __ 2000 _____ -14 F __ 1887 _____ 38 F (1950,2000) _ 2 F (1887)

    Jan 03 __ 56 F __ 2004 _____ -17 F __ 1887 _____ 45 F (1998) ______ 3 F (1981)

    Jan 04 __ 58 F __ 1874 _____ -16 F __ 1981 _____ 43 F (1950) ______ 5 F (1884)

    Jan 05 __ 53 F __ 2007 _____ -10 F __ 1904 _____ 46 F (2007) ______ 6 F (2018)

    Jan 06 __ 57 F __ 1946 _____ -11 F __ 1896 _____ 44 F (1946) ______ 4 F ( 2018)

    Jan 07 __ 56 F __ 2008 _____ -13 F __ 1866 _____ 46 F (2008) _____ -6 F (1866)

    Jan 08 __ 57 F __ 2008 _____ -14 F __ 1866 _____ 50 F (2008) ______ 2 F (1856)

    Jan 09 __ 55 F __ 2008 _____ -12 F __ 1856 _____ 40 F (1975) _____ -8 F (1859)

    Jan 10 __ 54 F __ 1975 _____ -27 F __ 1859 ____ 38 F (2012,2020) __ 3 F (1899)

    Jan 11 __ 54 F __ 1880,1975 _ -18 F __ 1893 ____ 42 F (2018) _____ 1 F (1848)

    Jan 12 __ 55 F __ 2013 _____ -14 F __ 1877,86___ 44 F (2013) _____ -1 F (1861)

    Jan 13 __ 59 F __ 2005 _____ -22 F __ 1914 _____ 44 F (1932) _____ -2 F (1914)

    Jan 14 __ 58 F __ 1995 _____ -13 F __ 1914 _____ 45 F (1995) ______ 3 F (1866)

    Jan 15 __ 52 F __ 1953 _____ -13 F __ 1994 _____ 40 F (1995) ______ -6 F (1994)

    Jan 16 __ 52 F __ 1949 _____ -15 F __ 1994 _____ 37 F (1913,49,91)__ 4 F (1965)

    Jan 17 __ 52 F __ 1913 _____ -17 F __ 1857 _____ 40 F (1913,88) ____ 2 F (1982)

    Jan 18 __ 56 F __ 1996 _____ -18 F __ 1996 _____ 45 F (1973) ______ 0 F (1857)

    Jan 19 __ 55 F __ 1933 _____ -11 F __ 1852,1901 _ 42 F (1986) ______ 0 F (1994)

    Jan 20 __ 54 F __ 2006 _____ -10 F __ 1892 _____ 40 F (1995) ______ 6 F (2019)

    Jan 21 __ 56 F __ 1906 _____ -13 F __ 1857 _____ 40 F (1906) ______ 1 F (1943)

    Jan 22 __ 57 F __ 1906 _____ -20 F __ 1857 _____ 44 F (1906) _____ -11 F (1857)

    Jan 23 __ 57 F __ 1967 _____ -17 F __ 1857 _____ 40 F (1967) _____ -2 F (1882)

    Jan 24 __ 57 F __ 1909 _____ -17 F __ 1872 _____ 44 F (1909) ______ 2 F (1884)

    Jan 25 __ 61 F __ 1967 _____ -13 F __ 1884,1945_ 40 F (1916) ______ 4 F (1920, 45)

    Jan 26 __ 53 F __ 1950 _____ -17 F __ 1927 _____ 41 F (1858) _____ -4 F (1927)

    Jan 27 __ 51 F __ 2002 _____ -11 F __ 1925,27___ 41 F (1974) ______ 0 F (1925)

    Jan 28 __ 52 F __ 1916 _____ -13 F __ 1873 _____ 41 F (2002) ______ 4 F (1885)

    Jan 29 __ 54 F __ 1914 _____ -18 F __ 1873 _____ 38 F (2006) ______ 3 F (1873)

    Jan 30 __ 56 F __ 2013 _____ -14 F __ 1898,1908_ 44 F (2013) ______ 4 F (1908)

    Jan 31 __ 54 F __ 1988 _____ -18 F __ 1920 _____ 45 F (1988) ______ 7 F (1920)

    ==================================================================

    Feb 01 __ 52 F __ 2012 ___ -9 F _ 1860,1909,20__ 38 F (1973) ______ 6 F (1918) 

    Feb 02 __ 48 F __ 1973 _____ -15 F __ 1881,85___ 38 F (1970,73) ___ 2 F (1881)

    Feb 03 __ 60 F __ 2016 _____ -15 F __ 1855 _____ 38 F (2006) ______ 0 F (1886)

    Feb 04 __ 54 F __ 1890 _____ -20 F __ 1863 _____ 42 F (2019) _____ -3 F (1886)

    Feb 05 __ 54 F __ 1890 _____ -25 F __ 1855 _____ 42 F (1991) _____ -1 F (1871)

    Feb 06 __ 51 F __ 1938 _____ -25 F __ 1855 _____ 39 F (1938) _____ -6 F (1855)

    Feb 07 __ 51 F __ 1857 _____ -15 F __ 1875 _____ 40 F (1857) _____ -5 F (1895)

    Feb 08 __ 50 F __ 1925 _____ -21 F __ 1861,1934 _ 37 F (1900) ____ -13 F (1934)

    Feb 09 __ 52 F __ 1990 _____ -19 F __ 1934 _____ 44 F (1990) ______ 0 F (1875, 1934)

    Feb 10 __ 54 F __ 1965 _____ -19 F __ 1912 _____ 39 F (1955) ______ 1 F (1912)

    Feb 11 __ 54 F __ 1999 _____ -13 F __ 1885,99___ 44 F (2009) ______ 0 F (1885)

    Feb 12 __ 52 F __ 1880 _____ -19 F __ 1856 _____ 38 F (1951) _____ -3 F (1914)

    Feb 13 __ 54 F __ 1990 _____ -19 F __ 1856 _____ 38 F (1984) ___ 6 F (1856,1979,2016)

    Feb 14 __ 49 F __ 1984 _____ -11 F __ 1856 _____ 45 F (1984) ______ 4 F (1875)

    Feb 15 __ 57 F __ 1954 _____ -21 F __ 1943 _____ 41 F (1954) _____ -3 F (2015)

    Feb 16 __ 53 F __ 1921 _____ -13 F __ 1896 _____ 37 F (1976,81) ___ 0 F (1904)

    Feb 17 __ 52 F __ 1857,1921 _-17 F __ 1896 _____ 39 F (1981) ______ 1 F (1979)

    Feb 18 __ 57 F __ 2017 _____ -11 F __ 1885 _____ 42 F (1981) ______ 6 F (1852)

    Feb 19 __ 56 F __ 2017 ______ -7 F __ 1864 _____ 44 F (1981) ______ 6 F (1959)

    Feb 20 __ 60 F __ 2018 _____ -12 F __ 1950 _____ 46 F (1994) ______ 4 F (1950)

    Feb 21 __ 58 F __ 2018 ______ -9 F __ 1896,1916_ 43 F (1954) ______ 6 F (1918)

    Feb 22 __ 51 F __ 1981 _____ -10 F __ 1868 _____ 41 F (2017) ______ 6 F (1868)

    Feb 23 __ 66 F__ 2017 _____ -12 F __ 1868 _____ 44 F (2000) ______ 5 F (1889)

    Feb 24 __ 54 F __ 1930, 84__ -12 F __ 1855 _____ 42 F (1985,2000)__ 4 F (1894)

    Feb 25 __ 58 F __ 1976 ______ -5 F __ 1862, 94__ 42 F (2002) ______ 8 F (1928)

    Feb 26 __ 51 F __ 2000 _____ -12 F __ 1846 _____ 42 F (1976) ______ 7 F (1900)

    Feb 27 __ 56 F __ 2018 _____ -16 F __ 1846 _____ 45 F (2000) ______ 7 F (1886)

    Feb 28 __ 58 F __ 2016,18 ___-17 F __ 1846 _____ 41 F (2018) ______ 9 F (1875)

    Feb 29 __ 54 F __ 1976 ______ -8 F __ 1980 _____ 33 F (1932,2004) __6 F (1884)

    =============================================================

    Mar 01 __ 56 F __ 2017 ______ -7 F __ 1884,86 ___ 38 F (1860) ______ 9 F (1886)

    Mar 02 __ 61 F __ 1991 ______ -6 F __ 1857 ______ 41 F (2004) ______ 9 F (1857,68)

    Mar 03 __ 62 F __ 1974 _____ -16 F __ 1868 ______ 41 F (1961) ______ 4 F (1938)

    Mar 04 __ 59 F __ 1840 ______ -5 F __ 1858,72 ____ 39 F (1973) ______ 9 F (1895)

    Mar 05 __ 66 F __ 2004 _____ -11 F __ 1872 ______ 42 F (1965) ______ 7 F (1872)

    Mar 06 __ 63 F __ 2009 ______ -6 F __ 2007*__ 39 F (1974,83,2009)_12 F (1890,2007)

    Mar 07 __ 64 F __ 1987 ______ -4 F __ 1861 ______ 45 F (1974) _____ 10 F (1986)

    Mar 08 __ 68 F __ 2000 _____ -14 F __ 1856 ______ 42 F (1987,2016) _11 F (1856)

    Mar 09 __ 70 F __ 2000 _____ -14 F __ 1856 ______ 51 F (2000) ______ 7 F (1856)

    Mar 10 __ 61 F __ 1977 _____ -12 F __ 1856 ______ 43 F (1977) _____ 17 F (2003)

    Mar 11 __ 66 F __  2021^______-2 F __ 1885 _____ 44 F (1973, 2021) _16 F (1900,40)

     

    Mar 12 __ 62 F __ 2016 ______ -4 F __ 1865 ______ 44 F (1902,2012) _15 F (1888)

    Mar 13 __ 69 F __ 1990 ______ -1 F __ 1888 ______ 43 F (2012) _____ 10 F (1888)

    Mar 14 __ 67 F __ 1946 ______ -2 F __ 1895 ______ 46 F (1990) _____ 10 F (1895)

    Mar 15 __ 69 F __ 1973 ______ -2 F __ 1900 ______ 48 F (1990) _____ 16 F (1848)

    Mar 16 __ 68 F __ 1945 ______ -3 F __ 1885 ______ 50 F (1990) _____ 12 F (1885)

    Mar 17 __ 64 F __ 1945 ______ -8 F __ 1885 ______ 45 F (1990) ______ 8 F (1885)

    Mar 18 __ 69 F __ 2010 ______ -5 F __ 1861,1967 __46 F (2012) _____ 10 F (1861)

    Mar 19 __ 72 F __ 2012 ______ 1 F __ 1872,76 ____ 52 F (2012) _____ 13 F (1883)

    Mar 20 __ 70 F __ 2012 ______ -4 F __ 1872 ______ 51 F (2012) _____ 11 F (1885)

    Mar 21 __ 72 F __ 2012 ______ -5 F __ 1883,85 ____ 51 F (2012) _____ 11 F (1885)

     

    Mar 22 __ 76 F __ 2012 ______ -8 F __ 1885 ______ 53 F (2012) _____ 14 F (1934)

    Mar 23 __ 68 F __ 1935 ______ -1 F __ 1906 ______ 52 F (2012) _____ 13 F (1888)

    Mar 24 __ 71 F __ 1928 ______ 2 F __ 1888 ______ 49 F (1979) _____ 19 F (1843,88)

    Mar 25 __ 69 F __ 2000 ______ 4 F __ 1885 ______ 47 F (2021)^^ ___ 16 F (1866)

    Mar 26 __ 70 F __ 1921 ______ 4 F __ 1923 ______ 51 F (1986) __ 23 F (1873,94,1923)

    Mar 27 __ 74 F __ 1945 ______ 6 F __ 1873 ______ 53 F (1998) _____ 22 F (1982)

    Mar 28 __ 80 F __ 1946 ______ 5 F __ 1923 ______ 55 F (1998) _____ 14 F (1923)

    Mar 29 __ 74 F __ 1946 ______ 4 F __ 1923 ______ 53 F (1945) _____ 20 F (1887)

    Mar 30 __ 76 F __ 1998 ______11 F__1856,87,1915_51 F (1986)_____ 25 F (1964)

    Mar 31 __ 78 F __ 1998 ______ 3 F __ 1923 ______ 58 F (1998) _____ 18 F (1923)

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    * note that for record low March 6, 2007 had -20.9 C (-5.62 F) while 1852, 72 measured -5 F.

    ^ record high max March 11, 2021 replaces 59 F __ 1927, 2012

    ^^ record high min March 25, 2021 replaces 46 F (1963,87,2000) (max 67 not a record)

     

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    Daily Temperature Records (Apr 1 to June 30)

    Monthly records are shown in bold type.

    Date ___ Max ___ Year _____ Min ___ Year _____ High min (year) __ Low max (year)

    Apr 01 __ 75 F __ 1986 _____ 5 F __ 1923 ______ 50 F (1967,99)_26 F (1919)

    Apr 02 __ 76 F __ 2010 _____ 6 F __ 1857 ______ 51 F (2010) ___ 30 F (1881)

    Apr 03 __ 70 F __ 2010 ____ 11 F __ 1954 ______ 54 F (2010) ___ 25 F (1896)

    Apr 04 __ 71 F __ 1974 ____ 10 F __ 1874 ______ 54 F (1981) ___ 24 F (1879)

    Apr 05 __ 75 F __ 1921,2010_ 9 F __ 1868 ______ 53 F (2010) ___ 25 F (1881)

    Apr 06 __ 74 F __ 1929 ___ 15 F _ 1868,81,1982^__48 F (1910,28,2010)_22 F (1982)

    Apr 07 __ 74 F __ 1991 ____ 11 F __ 1972 ______ 57 F (1929) ___ 26 F (1972)

    Apr 08 __ 78 F __ 2001 ____ 14 F __ 1972 ______ 58 F (1991) ___ 28 F (1950)

    Apr 09 __ 73 F __ 1955 ____ 17 F __ 1997 ______ 49 F (1871) ___ 31 F (1885)

    Apr 10 __ 78 F __ 1922 __ 20 F _ 1841,85,1909 __ 53 F (2017) ___ 29 F (1909)

    Apr 11 __ 77 F __ 1977 ____ 16 F __ 1909 ______ 55 F (2021) ___29 F (1880)

     

    Apr 12 __ 77 F __ 1977 ____ 18 F __ 1874 ______ 55 F (1977) ___ 30 F (1940)

    Apr 13 __ 83 F __ 1977 ____ 19 F __ 1868,1940__ 54 F (1945) ___ 30 F (1950)

    Apr 14 __ 74 F __ 1910 ____ 20 F __ 1885 ______ 56 F (1941) ___ 30 F (1943)

    Apr 15 __ 78 F __ 1942,2003_16 F __ 1849,1926__ 55 F (1844) ___ 27 F (1849)

    Apr 16 __ 80 F __ 2002 ____ 17 F __ 1875 ______ 55 F (1976) ___ 30 F (1849)

    Apr 17 __ 80 F __ 1976,2002_15 F __ 1875 _____ 59 F (1976,2002)_26 F (1875)

    Apr 18 __ 80 F __ 1976,2002_10 F __ 1875 ______ 62 F (2002) ___ 29 F (1875)

    Apr 19 __ 80 F __ 1976 ___ 21 F _ 1847,75,1926_ 59 F (1976,2002)_31 F (1847)

    Apr 20 __ 81 F __ 1923 ____ 19 F __ 1904 ______ 60 F (1987) ___ 30 F (1875)

    Apr 21 __ 82 F __ 1987 ____ 20 F __ 1875 ______ 56 F (1957) ___ 30 F (1875)

     

    Apr 22 __ 90 F __ 1842 ____ 25 F __ 1904 ______ 60 F (1985) ___ 36 F (1872)

    Apr 23 __ 75 F __ 1886,1970_24 F __1873 ______ 57 F (1985) ___ 34 F (1862)

    Apr 24 __ 81 F __ 1942 ____ 21 F __ 1892 ______ 53 F (1985) ___ 37 F (1875,83)

    Apr 25 __ 88 F __ 1990 ____ 20 F __ 1892 ______ 59 F (1915) ___ 31 F (1919)

    Apr 26 __ 87 F __ 1990 ____ 25 F __ 1892,1919__ 68 F (1990) ___ 39 F (1932)

    Apr 27 __ 87 F __ 1962 ____ 25 F __ 1874 ______ 63 F (1990) ___ 37 F (1854)

    Apr 28 __ 80 F __ 1915 ____ 23 F __ 1847 ______ 63 F (1990) ___ 40 F (1867,74)

    Apr 29 __ 80 F __ 1941,90__ 26 F __ 1874 ______ 58 F (1990) ___ 36 F (1909)

    Apr 30 __ 82 F __ 1941 ____ 27 F __ 1874 ______ 58 F (1941,42)_ 40 F (1876)

    ^ Min -9.2 C on 6th, 1982 converts to 15.4 F, the other two tied records were measured

    to nearest F deg and are recorded by conversion at -9.4 C. 

    Apr 11 new high min 2021 replaced 51 F (1955,81,2017)

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    May 01 __ 83 F __ 1913 ____ 27 F __ 1847,75,81_ 61 F (1970) ___ 39 F (1875)

    May 02 __ 87 F __ 1913 ____ 27 F __ 1841 ______ 61 F (1942) ___ 38 F (1841,67)

    May 03 __ 87 F __ 2001 ____ 25 F __ 1867 ______ 61 F (2001) ___ 40 F (1841,47,67)

    May 04 __ 89 F __ 1949 ____ 28 F __ 1841 ______ 63 F (2001) ___ 44 F (1849)

    May 05 __ 88 F __ 1949 ____ 29 F __ 1854, 75 ___ 63 F (1949) ___ 39 F (1891)

    May 06 __ 87 F __ 2000 ____ 25 F __ 1854 ______ 67 F (2000) ___ 39 F (1854)

    May 07 __ 87 F __ 1930 ____ 25 F __ 1874 ______ 64 F (2000) ___ 40 F (1849)

    May 08 __ 90 F __ 1936 ____ 27 F __ 1842 ______ 64 F (1936) ___ 41 F (1947)

    May 09 __ 89 F __ 1896 ____ 28 F __ 2020 ______ 66 F (2000) ___ 43 F (1966)

    May 10 __ 88 F __1896,1953_27 F __ 1923 ______ 67 F (1896) ___ 42 F (1923,45)

    May 11 __ 85 F __ 1881 ____ 26 F __ 1857 ______ 65 F (1896) ___ 38 F (1857)

     

    May 12 __ 90 F __ 1881 ____ 26 F __ 1907 ______ 66 F (1881) ___ 42 F (1882,95)

    May 13 __ 82 F __1879,2004_28 F __ 1895 ______ 62 F (1991) ___ 45 F (1910)

    May 14 __ 87 F __ 1900 ____ 30 F __ 1873 ______ 64 F (1991) ___ 41 F (1895)

    May 15 __ 87 F __ 1951 ____ 32 F __ 1871 ______ 63 F (1998) ___ 45 F (1959)

    May 16 __ 89 F __ 1962 ____ 31 F __ 1845,58 ___ 63 F (1998) ___ 42 F (1956)

    May 17 __ 92 F __ 1962 ____ 32 F __ 1852,83 ___ 69 F (1962) ___ 43 F (1858)

    May 18 __ 94 F __ 1962 ____ 30 F __ 1843 ______ 69 F (1962) ___ 45 F (1853)

    May 19 __ 88 F __ 1964 ____ 33 F __ 1850 ______ 70 F (1962) ___ 45 F (1853,94)

    May 20 __ 87 F __ 1921,41 _ 30 F __ 1842,95__ 65 F (1962,77,96)_41 F (1850)

    May 21 __ 90 F __ 1941 ____ 30 F __ 1895,1924__ 62 F (2010) ___ 45 F (1860)

     

    May 22 __ 92 F __ 1964 ____ 29 F __ 1844,95____ 65 F (1975,77)_ 45 F (1883)

    May 23 __ 88 F __ 1936 ____ 33 F __ 1845,51____ 65 F (1975,77)_ 50 F (1959)

    May 24 __ 86 F __ 2007 ____ 33 F __ 1891 ______ 70 F (1975) ___ 46 F (1925)

    May 25 __ 87 F __ 2021 ____ 34 F __ 1845 ______ 68 F (2012) ___ 50 F (1979)

    May 26 __ 89 F __2020 ____ 35 F __ 1889 ______ 67 F (2010) ___ 47 F (1961)

    May 27 __ 85 F_ 1914,78,2010_36 F__1847,67 ___ 68 F (2010) __ 52 F (1869,79,1902,06)

    May 28 __ 92 F __ 1977 ____ 35 F __ 1889,1907__ 67 F (2010) ___ 50 F (1889)

    May 29 __ 94 F __ 1969 ____ 31 F __ 1889 ______ 71 F (1969) ___ 46 F (1856)

    May 30 __ 93 F __ 1895 ____ 30 F __ 1845 ______ 72 F (2006) ___ 44 F (1845)

    May 31 __ 92 F __ 1895 ____ 33 F __ 1845 ______ 71 F (1991) ___ 52 F (1897)

    ==============================================================

    Jun 01 __ 92 F __ 1895,1925_ 35 F __ 1854 ______ 69 F (1988) ___ 47 F (1843)

    Jun 02 __ 94 F __ 1934 _____ 28 F __ 1843 ______ 67 F (1970) ___ 50 F (1945)

    Jun 03 __ 94 F __ 1919 _____ 34 F __ 1850 ______ 67 F (1943,87) _53 F (1945)

    Jun 04 __ 91 F __ 1919 _____ 35 F __ 1857 ______ 69 F (1925) ___ 47 F (1859)

    Jun 05 __ 94 F __ 1925 _____ 32 F __ 1859 ______ 67 F (1919) ___ 48 F (1910)

    Jun 06 __ 95 F __ 1925 _____ 34 F __ 1842 ______ 71 F (1925) ___ 53 F (1843,1983)

    Jun 07 __ 91 F __ 1922 _____ 35 F __ 1843,64____ 70 F (1925) ___ 54 F (1894)

    Jun 08 __ 94 F __ 2011 _____ 33 F __ 1844 _____ 69 F (1925,2008)_53 F (1980)

    Jun 09 __ 93 F __ 1959 _____ 39 F __ 1862,1924__ 71 F (1976) __ 57 F (1858,1966)

    Jun 10 __ 93 F __ 1920 _____ 28 F __ 1842 ______ 71 F (2005) ___ 52 F (1859)

     

    Jun 11 __ 93 F __ 1973 _____ 34 F __ 1859 _____ 71 F (1970,2005)_55 F (1843,59)

    Jun 12 __ 94 F __ 1956 _____ 38 F __ 1859 ______ 74 F (2005) ___ 56 F (1963)

    Jun 13 __ 95 F __ 1956 _____ 37 F __ 1848 ______ 72 F (2005) ___ 55 F (1858)

    Jun 14 __ 95 F __ 1988 _____ 37 F __ 1875 ______ 74 F (1956) ___ 55 F (1847)

    Jun 15 __ 93 F __ 1919,88___ 39 F __ 1843 ______ 70 F (1967) ___ 55 F (1847)

    Jun 16 __ 95 F __ 1913 _____ 39 F __ 1854 ______ 71 F (1981) ___ 57 F (1857)

    Jun 17 __ 92 F __ 1957 _____ 40 F __ 1847 ______ 72 F (1957) ___ 57 F (1847,75)

    Jun 18 __ 92 F __1929,57,95_ 40 F __ 1845 ______ 74 F (1994) ___ 57 F (1866)

    Jun 19 __ 96 F __ 1995 _____ 41 F __ 1842,66____ 73 F (1994,95)_ 56 F (1855)

    Jun 20 __ 96 F __ 1988 _____ 38 F __ 1914 ______ 75 F (1995) ___ 51 F (1992)

     

    Jun 21 __ 94 F __ 1941,49___ 44 F __ 1897 ______ 71 F (2012) ___ 51 F (1992)

    Jun 22 __ 93 F __ 1910 _____ 42 F __ 1862 ______ 71 F (1998) ___ 57 F (1918)

    Jun 23 __ 92 F __ 1975,2002_ 42 F _ 1877,85,1918_71 F (1888)*___ 55 F (1979)

    Jun 24 __ 96 F __ 1923 _____ 39 F __ 1853 ______ 73 F (1966) ___ 60 F (1940,92)

    Jun 25 __ 94 F __ 1943 _____ 42 F __ 1853,1902__ 72 F (1966) ___ 63 F (1853,1925)

    Jun 26 __ 94 F __ 1952, 66 __ 43 F __ 1845 ______ 74 F (1952) ___ 63 F (1869)

    Jun 27 __ 96 F __ 1901 _____ 46 F __ 1845 ______ 73 F (1901) ___ 61 F (1869)

    Jun 28 __ 94 F __ 1941 _____ 45 F __ 1865 ______ 74 F (2005) ___ 59 F (1980)

    Jun 29 __ 94 F __ 1927,71 __ 42 F __ 1866 ______ 76 F (1959) __ 60 F (1871,1914)

    Jun 30 __ 98 F __ 1964 _____ 41 F __ 1871 ______ 75 F (2001) ___ 57 F (1902)

    *Jun 23 high min tied 1888, 1957, 1975, 1998

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    May 9 2020 record broke 29F 1850 -- first May min daily record since May 10, 1923 !

    May 25 2021 record high broke 86F 2012,16.

    May 28 2021 max of 11.1 C (52F) and min 3.1 C (38F) both narrowly missed becoming low records.

     

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    Daily Temperature Records (July 1 to Sept 30)

    Monthly records are shown in bold type.

    Date ___ Max ___ Year _____ Min ___ Year _____ High min and Low max (years)

    Jul 01 __ 98 F __ 1911,1931 _ 44 F __ 1874,1892 __ 74 F (1963) ___ 60 F (1845)

    Jul 02 __101 F __ 1911 _____ 43 F __ 1841 _______ 76 F (2002) ___ 58 F (1845)

    Jul 03 __103 F __ 1911 _____ 40 F __ 1841 _______ 78 F (1911) ___ 58 F (1892)

    Jul 04 __ 98 F __ 1919 _____ 40 F __ 1844 _______ 79 F (2002) ___ 60 F (1859)

    Jul 05 __ 98 F __ 1921 _____ 43 F __ 1844 _______ 80 F (1999) ___ 64 F (1956)

    Jul 06 __ 97 F __ 1921,2012_ 43 F __ 1842 _______ 76 F (1999) ___ 64 F (1969)

    Jul 07 __ 99 F __ 1988 _____ 49 F __ 1855, 73 ____ 75 F (1921) ___ 62 F (1894,1984)

    Jul 08 __105 F__ 1936 _____ 45 F __ 1844 _______ 77 F (1988) ___ 62 F (1894)

    Jul 09 __105 F__ 1936 _____ 45 F __ 1842 _______ 78 F (1936) ___ 60 F (1848)

    Jul 10 __105 F__ 1936 ____ 48 F_1841,45,67,93___ 77 F (1936) ___ 65 F (1848)

    Jul 11 __ 94 F __ 2005 _____ 43 F __ 1854 _______ 78 F (1936) ___ 61 F (1861)

    Jul 12 __ 96 F __ 1936 _____ 39 F __ 1843 _______ 76 F (1987) ___ 61 F (1858)

    Jul 13 __100 F __ 1936 _____ 45 F __ 1854 _______ 79 F (2005) ___ 64 F (1926)

    Jul 14 __ 96 F __ 1995 _____ 46 F __ 1846,65,1926_ 78 F (1936) ___ 63 F (1967,92)

    Jul 15 __ 96 F __ 1983 _____ 45 F __ 1884 _______ 76 F (1868) ___ 63 F (1945)

    Jul 16 __ 97 F __ 1887 _____ 43 F __ 1853 _______ 77 F (1983) ___ 62 F (1853)

    Jul 17 __ 98 F __ 2012 _____ 45 F __ 1846 _______ 76 F (2013) ___ 62 F (1848)

    Jul 18 __ 94 F __ 1963,2011_ 48 F __ 1853 _______ 77 F (2013) ___ 63 F (1886)

    Jul 19 __ 97 F __ 1854 _____ 48 F __ 1871 _______ 74 F (1964) ___ 65 F (1890)

    Jul 20 __ 98 F __ 1977 _____ 44 F __ 1842 _______ 73 F (1972) ___ 65 F (1902)

    Jul 21 __101 F __ 2011 _____ 42 F __ 1843 _______ 77 F (2011) ___ 64 F (1869)

    Jul 22 __ 96 F __ 2016 _____ 48 F __ 1886 ____ 73 F (1978,98,2011)_64 F (1947)

    Jul 23 __ 94 F __ 1955 _____ 48 F __ 1847,49,86___75 F (1955, 91)__64 F (1927)

    Jul 24 __ 94 F __ 1867,1901_ 44 F __ 1860 _______ 74 F (1987) ___ 65 F (1923)

    Jul 25 __ 95 F __ 1941 _____ 47 F __ 1920 _______ 73 F (1979,89)__66 F (1876)

    Jul 26 __ 95 F __ 1916 _____ 42 F __ 1853 _______ 73 F (1989) ___ 63 F (1859)

    Jul 27 __ 96 F __ 1919 _____ 43 F __ 1847 _______ 75 F (1955) ___ 63 F (1847)

    Jul 28 __ 95 F __ 1941 _____ 44 F __ 1847 _______ 74 F (1949) __ 65 F (1847,1926,81)

    Jul 29 __ 98 F __ 1917 _____ 47 F __ 1847 _______ 75 F (1970) ___ 65 F (1847)

    Jul 30 __100 F __ 1916 _____ 47 F __ 1925 _______ 78 F (1917) ___ 62 F (1841)

    Jul 31 __ 92 F __ 1917, 75___ 44 F __ 1842, 47 ____ 76 F (1917) ___ 60 F (1992)

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    Aug 01 __ 98 F __ 1955, 2006_ 45 F __ 1849 ______ 76 F (1955,2006)_61 F (1947)

    Aug 02 __ 93 F __ 1930, 2007_ 44 F __ 1843 ______ 77 F (1975,2002)_65 F (1912)

    Aug 03 __ 97 F __ 1936 _____ 42 F __ 1845 _______ 74 F (1988) ___ 63 F (1875)

    Aug 04 __ 95 F __ 1916, 30 __ 49 F _1886,1907,51__ 76 F (1988) ___ 61 F (1869)

    Aug 05 __ 95 F __ 1918, 55 __ 46 F __ 1886 _______ 76 F (1988) ___ 65 F (1885)

    Aug 06 __ 98 F __ 1900 _____ 44 F __ 1869 _______ 73 F (1955) ___ 64 F (1885)

    Aug 07 __101 F__ 1918 _____ 46 F __ 1883 _______ 79 F (2001) ___ 62 F (1989)

    Aug 08 __ 98 F __ 2001 _____ 45 F __ 1869 _______ 74 F (2001) ___ 64 F (1976)

    Aug 09 __ 99 F __ 1949 _____ 43 F __ 1851 _______ 79 F (2001) ___ 62 F (1847)

    Aug 10 __ 98 F __ 1949 _____ 46 F __ 1879 ___ 73 F (1949,75,88,98,2016)_63 F (2008)

    Aug 11 __ 96 F __ 1944 _____ 46 F __ 1841 _______ 75 F (1949) ___ 63 F (1983)

    Aug 12 __ 95 F __ 1874 _____ 44 F __ 1844 _______ 77 F (2016) ___ 62 F (1861)

    Aug 13 __102 F__ 1918 _____ 45 F __ 1865 _______ 77 F (1988) ___ 62 F (1992)

    Aug 14 __ 94 F __ 1959 _____ 44 F __ 1851 _______ 76 F (1988) ___ 64 F (1860)

    Aug 15 __ 94 F __ 1965 _____ 46 F __ 1880 ____ 73 F (1978,95,2010)_63 F (1879)

    Aug 16 __ 93 F __ 1922 _____ 44 F __ 1880 ____ 73 F (1978,87,2002)_57 F (1879)

    Aug 17 __ 92 F __ 1913 _____ 43 F __ 1855 _______ 76 F (1987) ___ 59 F (1851)

    Aug 18 __ 95 F __ 1867 _____ 40 F __ 1855 _______ 76 F (1995) ___ 65 F (1979)

    Aug 19 __ 92 F __ 1899, 1955_45 F __ 1847, 53 ____ 71 F (2015) ___ 63 F (1858)

    Aug 20 __ 96 F __ 1916 _____ 42 F __ 1896 _______ 73 F (1975) ___ 64 F (1964)

    Aug 21 __ 98 F __ 1916 _____ 45 F __ 1897 _______ 76 F (1955) ___ 61 F (1964)

    Aug 22 __ 97 F __ 1916 _____ 43 F __ 1895 _______ 72 F (1974,87)_ 63 F (1866,1982)

    Aug 23 __ 91 F __ 1898 _____ 43 F __ 1908,23 _____ 72 F (1996) ___ 61 F (1890)

    Aug 24 __100 F__ 1854 _____ 42 F __ 1866 _______ 72 F (2007) ___ 62 F (1862,1940)

    Aug 25 __101 F__ 1948 _____ 42 F __ 1856,1913___ 72 F (1998) ___ 61 F (1856)

    Aug 26 __ 98 F __ 1948 _____ 42 F __ 1851 _______ 73 F (1959) ___ 60 F (1885)

    Aug 27 __ 95 F __ 1953 _____ 40 F __ 1870 _______ 75 F (1973) ___ 62 F (1885)

    Aug 28 __100 F__ 1948 _____ 43 F __ 1885 _______ 77 F (1973) ___ 60 F (1934)

    Aug 29 __ 95 F __ 1953,73___ 42 F __ 1982 _______ 77 F (1973) ___ 58 F (1858)

    Aug 30 __ 97 F __ 1953 _____ 42 F __ 1912 _______ 76 F (1973) ___ 59 F (1935)

    Aug 31 __ 95 F __ 1932 _____ 40 F __ 1915 _______ 75 F (1973) __ 61 F (1869,1965)

    ================================================================

    Sep 01 __ 93 F __ 1953 _____ 42 F __ 1856 _______ 75 F (1973) ___ 60 F (1958)

    Sep 02 __100 F__ 1953 _____ 38 F __ 1885 _______ 76 F (1953) ___ 59 F (1862)

    Sep 03 __ 94 F __ 1929, 53 __ 39 F __ 1862 _______ 76 F (1973) ___ 61 F (1855)

    Sep 04 __ 93 F __ 1953 _____ 39 F __ 1883 _______ 74 F (1953,73,85)_ 58 F (1885)

    Sep 05 __ 94 F __ 1854 _____ 41 F __ 1902 _______ 74 F (1973) ___ 58 F (1988)

    Sep 06 __ 93 F __ 1854, 81 __ 41 F__1883,1909___72 F (1983,85,99)_60 F (1888.1893)

    Sep 07 __ 93 F __ 2016 _____ 40 F __ 1848 _______ 72 F (2007) __ 57 F (1873,1949)

    Sep 08 __ 95 F __ 1919 _____ 39 F __ 1883 _______ 73 F (2015) ___ 58 F (1995)

    Sep 09 __ 93 F __ 1959 _____ 35 F __ 1883 ______ 73 F (1959,2001)_52 F (1883)

    Sep 10 __ 95 F __ 1931 _____ 34 F __ 1883 _______ 72 F (1947,91) _ 50 F (1924)

    Sep 11 __ 96 F __ 1931 _____ 36 F __ 1853,1917___ 73 F (1947) ___ 56 F (1840)

    Sep 12 __ 91 F __ 1931 _____ 35 F __ 1850 _______ 71 F (2000) ___ 53 F (1860)

    Sep 13 __ 91 F __ 1931, 52 __ 36 F __ 1852 _______ 69 F (1947) ___ 54 F (1975)

    Sep 14 __ 91 F __ 1865,1931_ 34 F __ 1911 _______ 69 F (1931) ___ 51 F (1859)

    Sep 15 __ 90 F __ 1991 _____ 34 F __ 1873 _______ 71 F (2018) ___ 48 F (1859)

    Sep 16 __ 92 F __ 1939 _____ 34 F __ 1845 _______ 71 F (1991) __ 54 F (1859,1959)

    Sep 17 __ 90 F __ 1948 _____ 36 F __ 1873,1959___ 69 F (2018) ___ 53 F (1981)

    Sep 18 __ 88 F __ 1882 _____ 36 F _ 1855, 71__68 F (1853,1942,48)_53 F (1840,1945)

    Sep 19 __ 89 F __ 1955 _____ 35 F __ 1842, 84___ 68 F (1942,2017)_52 F (1855,1929)

    Sep 20 __ 88 F __ 1895 _____ 36 F _1863,71,1956 _ 70 F (2002) ___ 50 F (1956)

    Sep 21 __ 89 F __ 1895 _____ 30 F __ 1840 _____ 69 F (1965,2002)_ 46 F (1840)

    Sep 22 __ 88 F __ 1931 _____ 28 F __ 1842 ____69 F (1965,70.2009)__47 F (1842)

    Sep 23 __ 87 F __ 1936,2017_ 29 F __ 1896 _______ 66 F (1961) ___ 48 F (1848)

    Sep 24 __ 89 F __ 2017 _____ 32 F __ 1851 _______ 70 F (2017) ___ 48 F (1950)

    Sep 25 __ 89 F __ 2017 _____ 34 F __ 1879 ______ 69 F (1958,2017)_49 F (1868)

    Sep 26 __ 88 F __ 2017 _____ 30 F __ 1848 _______ 71 F (2017) ___ 49 F (1928)

    Sep 27 __ 85 F __ 2017 _____ 28 F __ 1844, 48 ____ 68 F (1998)^___ 47 F (1851)

    Sep 28 __ 84 F __ 1959 _____ 30 F __ 1850 _______ 67 F (1999) ___ 46 F (1967)

    Sep 29 __ 81 F __ 1905,59___ 30 F __ 1850 ______ 67 F (1959,71,99)_45 F (1860)

    Sep 30 __ 83 F __ 1905 _____ 29 F __ 1860 _______ 67 F (1986) ___ 45 F (1860)

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    ^  67 F (2020) another near-record high minimum. 

     

     

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    Daily Temperature Records (Oct 1 to Dec 31)

    Monthly extremes are shown in bold type. 

    Date ___ Max ___ Year _____ Min ___ Year _____ High min and Low max (years)

    Oct 01 __ 85 F __ 2019 _____ 31 F __1867,1899 _ 65 F (2002) ___ 46 F (1974)

    Oct 02 __ 80 F __ 1971 _____ 27 F __ 1899 _____ 67 F (2002) ___ 41 F (1974)

    Oct 03 __ 81 F __ 1891,98___ 28 F __ 1899 _____ 64 F (1898) ___ 43 F (1888)

    Oct 04 __ 82 F __ 1884 _____ 30 F __ 1854 _____ 64 F (1898) ___ 43 F (1965)

    Oct 05 __ 83 F __ 1922 _____ 28 F __ 1881,83___ 63 F (1910) ___ 45 F (1885,92)

    Oct 06 __ 84 F __ 1900 _____ 26 F __ 1853 _____ 65 F (2007) ___ 42 F (1889)

    Oct 07 __ 86 F __ 1963 _____ 27 F __ 1935 _____ 63 F (2017) ___ 44 F (1889)

    Oct 08 __ 87 F __ 2007 _____ 28 F __ 1844 _____ 64 F (1862) ___ 44 F (1896)

    Oct 09 __ 80 F __ 2018 _____ 27 F __ 1876 _____ 63 F (1879) ___ 39 F (1925)

    Oct 10 __ 80 F __ 1919 _____ 27 F __ 1925 _____ 66 F (2018) ___ 39 F (1925)

    Oct 11 __ 82 F __ 1938 _____ 23 F __ 1855 _____ 64 F (1949) ___ 42 F (1906)

    Oct 12 __ 84 F __ 1928 _____ 25 F __ 1876 _____ 62 F (1954) ___ 39 F (1875)

    Oct 13 __ 76 F __ 1995 _____ 24 F __ 1852 _____ 62 F (1973) ___ 39 F (1874)

    Oct 14 __ 79 F __ 1935 _____ 25 F __ 1876 _____ 61 F (2001) ___ 41 F (1856)

    Oct 15 __ 84 F __ 1897 _____ 23 F __ 1876 _____ 58 F (1968) ___ 40 F (1847)

    Oct 16 __ 80 F __ 1897 _____ 25 F __ 1855,56___ 64 F (2016) ___ 41 F (1886)

    Oct 17 __ 79 F __ 1938 _____ 26 F __ 1886,1900_ 62 F (1968) ___ 39 F (1868)

    Oct 18 __ 78 F __ 1908,63___ 23 F __ 1846 _____ 63 F (1968) ___ 36 F (1846)

    Oct 19 __ 75 F __ 1939 _____ 25 F __ 1874 _____ 62 F (1947) ___ 37 F (1848,1992)

    Oct 20 __ 76 F __ 1947 _____ 25 F __ 1872,1922_ 57 F (2007) ___ 38 F (1859,1974)

    Oct 21 __ 81 F __ 1920 _____ 21 F __ 1845 _____ 58 F (1979) __ 38 F (1868, 88, 1940)

    Oct 22 __ 75 F __ 1920 _____ 20 F __ 1845 _____ 61 F (1979) ___ 33 F (1868)

    Oct 23 __ 73 F __ 1901, 2020 _ 21 F _ 1845 ____ 59 F (2017) ___ 37 F (1969 &)*

    Oct 24 __ 72 F __ 1963 _____ 21 F __ 1841 _____ 58 F (1985,91)_ 34 F (1855)

    Oct 25 __ 72 F __ 1963 _____ 21 F __ 1879 _____ 59 F (1991) ___ 33 F (1933)

    Oct 26 __ 76 F __ 1964 _____ 21 F __ 1887 _____ 59 F (1963,91)_ 31 F (1859)

    Oct 27 __ 71 F __ 1947,2000_ 19 F __ 1869 _____ 56 F (1920) ___ 32 F (1847)

    Oct 28 __ 77 F __ 1927 _____ 22 F __ 1891 _____ 61 F (1984) ___ 33 F (1843)

    Oct 29 __ 72 F __ 1946 _____ 22 F __ 1850,65__54 F (1854,1961)_ 30 F (1844)

    Oct 30 __ 73 F __ 1950 _____ 19 F __ 1887 _____ 59 F (1946) ___ 32 F (1844)

    Oct 31 __ 73 F __ 1919 _____ 16 F __ 1844 _____ 55 F (1999) ___ 34 F (1917)

    * low max (37) on 23rd tied 1846,55,80,89 and 1969.

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    Nov 01 __ 75 F __ 1950 _____ 24 F _1844,49,87 _ 58 F (1956,74)_ 34 F (1849)

    Nov 02 __ 70 F __ 1971 _____ 23 F __ 1887,1911_ 58 F (1956) ___ 33 F (1879)

    Nov 03 __ 74 F __ 1961 _____ 20 F __ 1875 _____ 55 F (1956) ___ 31 F (1875,79)

    Nov 04 __ 69 F __ 1903 _____ 15 F __ 1854 _____ 57 F (1977) ___ 28 F (1879)

    Nov 05 __ 67 F _1863,1959,2015_ 15 F _1854 __ 55 F (1994) ___30 F (1951)

    Nov 06 __ 66 F __ 1924,2015_ 17 F __1951 _____ 55 F (1948) ___ 30 F (1843)

    Nov 07 __ 69 F __ 1938 _____ 20 F __ 1930 _____ 54 F (1975) ___ 30 F (1869)

    Nov 08 __ 70 F __ 1975 _____ 21 F __ 1976 _____ 56 F (1945) ___ 29 F (1862)

    Nov 09 __ 73 F __ 1999 _____ 17 F __ 1850 _____ 52 F (2000) ___ 30 F (1921)

    Nov 10 __ 64 F __ 1931 _____ 15 F __ 2017 _____ 54 F (2002) ___ 26 F (2017)

    Nov 11 __ 64 F __ 1882 _____ 19 F __ 1898 _____ 52 F (1882) ___ 28 F (1933)

    Nov 12 __ 65 F __ 1902,2012 __ 16 F_ 2019 ____ 50 F (1970,82)_ 24 F (2019)

    Nov 13 __ 61 F __ 1964 _____ 12 F __ 2019 _____ 50 F (1945) ___ 25 F (1986)

    Nov 14 __ 64 F __ 1994 _____ 11 F __ 1873 _____ 52 F (1973,89)_ 28 F (1997)

    Nov 15 __ 65 F __ 1928 ______ 7 F __ 1933 _____ 53 F (1989) ___ 19 F (1933)

    Nov 16 __ 61 F __ 1931,2005 __7 F __ 1933 _____ 52 F (2001) ___ 23 F (1883)

    Nov 17 __ 63 F __ 1865 _____ 15 F __ 1924 _____50 F (1930,2013)_27 F (1924)

    Nov 18 __ 67 F __ 1958 _____ 13 F __ 1924 _____ 53 F (1958) ___ 24 F (1880)

    Nov 19 __ 66 F __ 1941 ______ 9 F __ 1841 _____ 53 F (1853) ___ 27 F (1880)

    Nov 20 __ 64 F __ 1942,91 ____9 F __ 1879 _____ 49 F (1991) ___ 27F (1857)

    Nov 21 __ 64 F __ 1931 ______ 4 F __ 1879 _____ 54 F (1931) ___ 16 F (1880)

    Nov 22 __ 64 F __ 1953 ______ 4 F __ 1880 _____ 49 F (1963,2010)_18 F (1880)

    Nov 23 __ 66 F __ 1931 ______ 4 F __ 1880 _____ 53 F (1999) ___ 18 F (1880)

    Nov 24 __ 63 F __ 1931 ______-3 F __ 1857 _____ 54 F (1931) ___ 21 F (1857)

    Nov 25 __ 58 F __ 1908 ______-4 F __ 1857 _____ 53 F (2001) ___ 20 F (1857,60)

    Nov 26 __ 64 F __ 1908 ______ 4 F __ 1949 _____ 48 F (2011) ___ 17 F (1932)

    Nov 27 __ 62 F __ 1990 ______ 5 F __ 1936 _____ 50 F (1960) ___ 22 F (1901)

    Nov 28 __ 63 F __ 1984, 90 ___ 1 F __ 1873 _____ 48 F (1990) ___ 13 F (1871)

    Nov 29 __ 63 F __ 2005 ______-2 F __ 1875 ___45 F (1864,1916,34)_16F (1871)*

    Nov 30 __ 64 F __ 1991 ______-5 F __ 1875 _____ 46 F (2016) _____ 5 F 1875 

    * low max (16) on 29th tied 1871, 1891, 1929.

    =========================================================

    Dec 01 __ 60 F __ 1922,70 ___-2 F __ 1875 _____ 47 F (1914) ___ 15 F (1875)

    Dec 02 __ 59 F __ 1998 ______ 1 F __ 1930 _____ 48 F (1914,82)_ 13 F (1890)

    Dec 03 __ 68 F __ 1982 ______-2 F __ 1940 _____ 50 F (1982) ___ 15 F (1966)

    Dec 04 __ 61 F __ 1998 ______-2 F __ 1935 _____ 49 F (1998) ___ 10 F (1886)

    Dec 05 __ 64 F __ 2001 ______ 1 F __ 1886 _____ 50 F (2011) ___ 15 F (1871)

    Dec 06 __ 63 F __ 1998 ______ 2 F __ 1926 _____ 48 F (2011) ___ 14 F (1862,69)

    Dec 07 __ 57 F __ 1951 ______-5 F __ 1885 _____ 45 F (1966) ___ 11 F (1862)

    Dec 08 __ 60 F __ 1966 ______-8 F __ 1906 _____ 50 F (1966) ___ 12 F (1934)

    Dec 09 __ 58 F __ 1946 ______-3 F __ 1876,1902_ 48 F (1946) ___ 13 F (1933)

    Dec 10 __ 58 F __ 1971 _____-10 F __ 1876 ____45 F (1911,46,52)_10 F (1977)

    Dec 11 __ 57 F __ 2015 ______ 0 F __ 1917,34 ___ 51 F (1911) ___ 10 F (1988)

    Dec 12 __ 57 F __ 1949 ______-9 F __ 1867 _____ 49 F (1949) ____ -2 F (1867)

    Dec 13 __ 55 F __ 2001 _____-13 F __ 1867 ____43 F (1991,2001)_ 10 F (1867,98,1902)

    Dec 14 __ 57 F __ 1901 ______-7 F __ 1860 _____ 45 F (2015) ____ 9 F (1860)

    Dec 15 __ 56 F __ 2011 ______-8 F __ 1874 _____ 45 F (1862) ___ 11 F (1930)

    Dec 16 __ 59 F __ 1984 ______-3 F __ 1876,1910_ 40 F (1894,1928)_ 10 F (1851)

    Dec 17 __ 56 F __ 2006 ______-9 F __ 1856 _____ 44 F (1984,2012)__ 8 F (1851)

    Dec 18 __ 49 F __ 1921 ______-9 F __ 1856 _____ 38 F (1889, 1986, 2001)_12 F (1884)

    Dec 19 __ 55 F __ 1957 _____-13 F __ 1875,84___ 40 F (1895,1931)_ -2 F (1884)

    Dec 20 __ 56 F __ 1957 _____-17 F __ 1942 _____ 45 F (1957) ______ 7 F (1955)

    Dec 21 __ 56 F __ 1967 _____-21 F __ 1871 _____ 44 F (1949) _____10 F (1871,1989)

    Dec 22 __ 56 F _1949,67,2015_-14F __1872 ___ 44 F (1990,2015)__4 F (1989)

    Dec 23 __ 56 F _ 1957, 2015 _-10 F __ 1864 _____ 44 F (2015) _____9 F (1969)

    Dec 24 __ 58 F __ 2015 ______-9 F __ 1840 _____ 44 F (1964,2015)__1 F (1872)

    Dec 25 __ 62 F __ 1982 _____-15 F __ 1851 _____ 46 F (1982) ______4 F (1872)

    Dec 26 __ 50 F __ 2016 ______-8 F __ 1892 _____ 40 F (1936) _____ 3 F (1872,1925)

    Dec 27 __ 54 F __ 2008 _____-14 F __ 1872,1925_ 44 F (1936) _____ 12 F (1933)

    Dec 28 __ 61 F __ 1982 _____-10 F __ 1903 _____ 39 F (1982,2018)__3 F (1859)

    Dec 29 __ 60 F __ 1984 ____ --22 F __ 1933 _____ 48 F (1984) _____ -3 F (1917)

    Dec 30 __ 52 F __ 1936 _____-11 F __ 1917 _____ 39 F (1965) ______ 6 F (1899)

    Dec 31 __ 61 F __ 1875 ______-8 F __ 1962 _____ 46 F (1965) ______ 3 F (1859)

     

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