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    Tracking the changes in temperature and precip at NYC in 30-year intervals ...

    (1) Mean Temperatures (max, mean, min) in F deg

    Month ___ 1869-1900 ____ 1901-30 _______ 1931-60 _______ 1961-90 ______ 1991-2020 ___ all data

    JAN ______ 36.6 (30.2) 23.9 __ 38.2 (31.7) 25.2__ 39.5 (33.1) 26.8__ 37.6 (31.4) 25.3 __ 39.7 (33.5) 27.4___ 38.3 (32.0) 25.7

    FEB ______ 37.7 (31.1) 24.4__ 37.4 (30.8) 24.2__ 40.3 (33.3) 26.4__ 40.3 (33.6) 26.9 __ 42.5 (35.7) 29.0___ 39.6 (32.9) 26.1

    MAR _____ 43.3 (36.6) 29.9__ 47.7 (40.3) 32.8__ 47.8 (40.5) 33.2__ 50.0 (42.4) 34.8 __ 50.1 (42.7) 35.3___ 47.7 (40.4) 33.1

    APR ______ 56.4 (48.8) 41.3__ 57.9 (50.2) 42.4__ 59.6 (51.4) 43.1__ 61.2 (52.5) 43.8 __ 62.1 (53.5) 45.0___ 59.4 (51.2) 43.1

    MAY ______68.8 (60.8) 52.8__ 69.5 (61.1) 52.7__ 71.4 (62.4) 53.4__ 71.7 (62.7) 53.7 __ 71.6 (63.1) 54.5___ 70.6 (62.0) 53.4

    JUN ______ 78.7 (70.7) 62.7__ 78.1 (69.9) 61.6__ 80.1 (71.3) 62.5__ 80.1 (71.5) 63.0 __ 79.9 (71.9) 63.9___ 79.4 (71.1) 62.7

    JUL _______ 82.7 (75.3) 67.9__ 83.4 (75.6) 67.7__ 85.3 (76.7) 68.2__ 85.2 (76.8) 68.4 __ 85.1 (77.4) 69.6___ 84.3 (76.3) 68.4

    AUG ______ 80.5 (73.5) 66.5__ 80.9 (73.4) 65.9__ 83.3 (75.0) 66.8__ 83.7 (75.5) 67.3 __ 83.5 (76.0) 68.4___ 82.4 (74.7) 67.0

    SEP _______ 73.6 (66.6) 59.7__ 75.3 (67.7) 60.2__ 76.7 (68.4) 60.0__ 76.2 (68.1) 60.1 __ 76.4 (69.1) 61.8___ 75.6 (68.0) 60.3

    OCT _______61.8 (55.0) 48.3__ 64.4 (57.1) 49.8__ 66.3 (58.3) 50.3__ 65.3 (57.5) 49.7 __ 64.7 (57.8) 50.9___ 64.5 (57.1) 49.8

    NOV ______ 49.5 (43.5) 37.5__ 51.4 (45.3) 39.1__ 53.7 (47.0) 40.3__ 54.0 (47.5) 41.1 __ 54.2 (47.9) 41.5___ 52.5 (46.2) 39.9

    DEC _______40.0 (34.1) 28.2__ 40.5 (34.7) 28.9__ 42.1 (35.8) 29.6__ 42.5 (36.6) 30.7 __ 43.8 (38.2) 32.7___ 41.8 (35.9) 30.0

     year ______59.1 (52.2) 45.3__ 60.4 (53.1) 45.9__ 62.2 (54.4) 46.7__ 62.3 (54.7) 47.0 __ 62.8 (55.6) 48.3___ 61.3 (54.0) 46.6

     

    (2) AVERAGE MONTHLY PRECIP and SNOW (inches)

    Month ___ 1869-1900 ____ 1901-30 _______ 1931-60 _______ 1961-90 ______ 1991-2020 ___ all data

    JAN ______ 3.60 _ 9.0 ___ 3.40 _ 7.4 ___ 3.29 _ 6.1 ___ 3.50 _ 7.6 ___ 3.48 _ 8.7 ____ 3.49 _ 7.8

    FEB ______ 3.64 _ 9.0 ___ 3.69 _ 9.4 ___ 2.84 _ 6.8 ___ 3.29 _ 8.5 ___ 3.19 _10.2____ 3.33 _ 8.8

    MAR _____ 3.75 _ 5.9 ___ 3.76 _ 5.1 ___ 4.01 _ 5.4 ___ 4.13 _ 3.3 ___ 4.29 _ 5.0 ____ 3.99 _ 4.9

    APR ______ 3.03 _ 1.1 ___ 3.79 _ 1.3 ___ 3.44 _ 0.9 ___ 4.31 _ 0.4 ___ 4.09 _ 0.8 ____ 3.72 _ 0.8

    MAY ______3.13 _ 0.0 ___ 3.50 _ 0.0 ___ 3.67 _ 0.0 ___ 4.45 _ 0.0 ___ 3.96 _ 0.0 ____ 3.73 _ 0.0 (traces some 0.0)

    JUN _______3.12 _ 0.0 ___ 3.74 _ 0.0 ___ 3.31 _ 0.0 ___ 3.69 _ 0.0 ___ 4.54 _ 0.0 ____ 3.67 _ 0.0

    JUL _______ 4.60 _ 0.0 ___ 4.45 _ 0.0 ___ 3.70 _ 0.0 ___ 4.35 _ 0.0 ___ 4.60 _ 0.0 ____ 4.34 _ 0.0

    AUG ______ 4.42 _ 0.0 ___ 4.42 _ 0.0 ___ 4.44 _ 0.0 ___ 4.16 _ 0.0 ___ 4.55 _ 0.0 ____ 4.40 _ 0.0

    SEP _______ 3.59 _ 0.0 ___ 3.45 _ 0.0 ___ 3.86 _ 0.0 ___ 3.95 _ 0.0 ___ 4.31 _ 0.0 ____ 3.83 _ 0.0

    OCT _______3.51 _ 0.0 ___ 4.02 _ 0.0 ___ 3.14 _ 0.0 ___ 3.56 _ 0.1 ___ 4.38 _ 0.0 ____ 3.72 _ 0.0 (traces all 0.0)

    NOV ______ 3.63 _ 1.8 ___ 2.66 _ 0.2 ___ 3.39 _ 1.1 ___ 4.53 _ 0.4 ___ 3.58 _ 0.5 ____ 3.56 _ 0.8

    DEC _______3.07 _ 6.1 ___ 3.77 _ 6.2 ___ 3.25 _ 6.5 ___ 3.91 _ 3.3 ___ 4.27 _ 5.1 ____ 3.65 _ 5.5

     year _____43.10 _33.0__ 44.64 _29.6__42.34 _26.9__47.82 _23.5__49.40 _29.9___45.43 _28.6

     

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    Monthly Precip and snowfall at NYC ranked 1869 to 2021

    Driest months at top of the table and wettest at the bottom. Ranks 1 to 152. 

    ... ... 2021 values are shown out of table at bottom, will be edited in when all available.

    Rank numbers on left are in order of driest to wettest, rank numbers on right are reversed. 

    Any ties are not indicated in these ranking numbers since they won't apply to all months in the table. 

    Tied values are highlighted in italic print however. 

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    RANK__ JAN _ FEB _ MAR _ APR _ MAY _ JUN _ JUL _ AUG _ SEP _ OCT _ NOV _ DEC _ YEAR__ RANK

     

    _01 __ 0.58 _ 0.46 _ 0.80 _ 0.95 _ 0.34 _ 0.02 _ 0.44 _ 0.18 _ 0.21 _ 0.14 _ 0.34 _ 0.25 __ 26.09 ___ 152

    ^^___ 1981_ 1895_ 2006_ 1881_1887_ 1949_ 1999_ 1995_ 1884_ 1963_ 1976_ 1955 __ 1965 ___^^/

    _02 __ 0.66 _ 0.55 _ 0.90 _ 1.09 _ 0.50 _ 0.59 _ 0.49 _ 0.24 _ 0.29 _ 0.28 _ 0.60 _ 0.58 ___ 32.99 ___ 151

    ^^____1970_ 1901_ 1885_ 1942_ 1903_ 1999_ 1910_ 1964_1914_ 1924_ 1931_ 1980 __ 1964 ___^^/

    _03 __ 0.77 _ 0.71 _ 0.94 _ 1.27 _ 0.57 _ 0.98 _ 0.51 _ 0.54 _ 0.41 _ 0.36 _ 0.71 _ 0.68 ___ 33.72 ___ 150

    ^^____1955_ 2002_ 1966_ 1896_ 1964_ 1894_ 1955_ 1916_1885_ 2013_ 1890_ 1877 __ 1910 ___^^/

    _04 __ 0.94 _ 0.93 _ 0.96 _ 1.27 _ 0.62 _ 1.00 _ 0.89 _ 0.59 _ 0.48 _ 0.43 _ 0.71 _ 0.83 ___ 33.85 ___ 149

    ^^____1876_ 2009_ 2012_ 1963_ 1880_ 1901_ 1907_ 1981_2005_ 1879_ 1908_ 1985 __ 1935 ___^^/

    _05 __ 0.96 _ 0.94 _ 1.02 _ 1.31 _ 0.72 _ 1.14 _ 0.89 _ 0.86 _ 0.51 _ 0.59 _  0.86 _ 0.83 ___ 34.28 ___ 148

    ^^____1896_ 1892_ 1910_ 2013_ 1905_ 1880_ 1924_ 1881_1941_ 1892_ 1917_ 1989 __ 1963 ___^^/

    _06 __ 1.00 _ 1.01 _ 1.17 _ 1.39 _ 0.89 _ 1.17 _ 0.96 _ 0.95 _ 0.62 _ 0.66 _ 0.90 _ 0.98 ___ 35.29 ___ 147

    ^^____1985_ 1987_ 2016 _1869_ 1939_ 1966_ 1954_ 1886_1895_ 1909_ 1933_ 1928 __ 1970 ___^^/

    _07 __ 1.10 _ 1.04 _ 1.19 _ 1.41 _ 0.95 _ 1.25 _ 0.99 _ 1.07 _ 0.70 _ 0.66 _ 0.94 _ 1.12 ___ 35.37 ___ 146

    ^^____1969_ 1980_ 1981_ 1985_ 1877_ 1898_ 1939_ 1910_1951_ 2001_ 1974_ 1998 __ 1885 ___^^/

    _08 __ 1.28 _ 1.13 _ 1.25 _ 1.43 _ 1.05 _ 1.26 _ 1.05 _ 1.14 _ 0.95 _ 0.67 _ 0.96 _ 1.13 ___ 35.37 ___ 145

    ^^____1916_ 1968_ 1915_ 1946_ 1935_ 1906_ 2002_ 1882_2019_ 2000_ 1949_ 1896 __ 1895 ___^^/

    _09 __ 1.39 _ 1.24 _ 1.26 _ 1.53 _ 1.09 _ 1.27 _ 1.09 _ 1.16 _ 0.97 _ 0.72 _ 0.97 _ 1.13 ___ 35.58 ___ 144

    ^^____1967_ 1877_ 1995_ 1935_ 1899_ 1908_ 1998_ 1980_1881_ 1897_ 1903_ 1988 __ 1954 ___^^/

    _10 __ 1.54 _ 1.29 _ 1.33 _ 1.58 _ 1.18 _ 1.27 _ 1.13 _ 1.17 _ 1.06 _ 0.78 _ 0.99 _ 1.20 ___ 35.60 ___ 143

    ^^____1956_ 1872_ 1927_ 2001_ 1944_ 1965_ 1893_ 1894_1892_ 1918_ 1901_ 1943 __ 1892 ___^^/

     

    _11 __ 1.65 _ 1.37 _ 1.35 _ 1.61 _ 1.25 _ 1.28 _ 1.21 _ 1.23 _ 1.10 _ 0.85 _ 1.06 _ 1.24 ___ 35.65 ___ 142

    ^^____1954_ 2012_ 1894_ 2016_ 1911_ 1873_ 1929_ 1923_1953_ 1946_ 1906_ 1935 __ 2001 ___^^/

    _12 __ 1.66 _ 1.38 _ 1.46 _ 1.64 _ 1.26 _ 1.29 _ 1.25 _ 1.38 _ 1.11 _ 0.88 _ 1.14 _ 1.25 ___ 35.77 ___ 141

    ^^____1901_ 1952_ 1986_ 1882_ 1962_ 1988_ 1881_ 1984_1959_ 1921_ 1936_ 1958 __ 1883 ___^^/

    _13 __ 1.68 _ 1.49 _ 1.49 _ 1.66 _ 1.33 _ 1.32 _ 1.25 _ 1.42 _ 1.17 _ 0.94 _ 1.24 _ 1.30 ___ 36.07 ___ 140

    ^^____1992_ 1974_ 1883_ 1950_ 1875_ 1885_ 1966_ 1935_ 1886_ 1952_ 1882_ 1892 __ 1931 ___^^/

    _14 __ 1.70 _ 1.59 _ 1.66 _ 1.72 _ 1.33 _ 1.32 _ 1.33 _ 1.43 _ 1.21 _ 1.04 _ 1.28 _ 1.39 ___ 36.22 ___ 139

    ^^____1957_ 1978_ 1949_ 1943_ 1959_ 1954_ 1965_ 1906_2014_ 1916_ 1902_ 1939 __ 1949 ___^^/

    _15 __ 1.72 _ 1.66 _ 1.67 _ 1.73 _ 1.35 _ 1.48 _ 1.33 _ 1.47 _ 1.22 _ 1.15 _ 1.29 _ 1.47 ___ 36.25 ___ 138

    ^^____1980_ 2000_ 1918_ 1926_ 1902_ 1891_ 1974_ 1929_1932_ 2004_ 1922_ 1982 __ 1956 ___^^/

    _16 __ 1.78 _ 1.69 _ 1.75 _ 1.74 _ 1.45 _ 1.49 _ 1.42 _ 1.53 _ 1.28 _ 1.16 _ 1.36 _ 1.61 ___ 36.26 ___ 137

    ^^____1933_ 1959_ 2009_ 1899_ 1987_ 1993_ 1932_ 1896_1948_ 1992_ 1909_ 1946  __ 1881 __^^/

    _17 __ 1.86 _ 1.73 _ 1.91 _ 1.76 _ 1.47 _ 1.56 _ 1.42 _ 1.56 _ 1.33 _ 1.25 _ 1.36 _ 1.72 ___ 36.49 ___ 136

    ^^____1946_ 1944_ 1985_ 1992_ 1909_ 1979_ 1976_ 1917_1877_ 1920_ 2001_ 1965 __ 1957 ___^^/

    _18 __ 1.87 _ 1.76 _ 1.99 _ 1.85 _ 1.48 _ 1.57 _ 1.47 _ 1.72 _ 1.33 _ 1.30 _ 1.40 _ 1.76 ___ 36.64 ___ 135

    ^^____1928_ 1946_ 1957_ 1890_ 2005_ 1912_ 1957_ 1925_1972_ 1985_ 1939_ 1971 __ 1880 ___^^/

    _19 __ 1.87 _ 1.81 _ 2.08 _ 1.91 _ 1.49 _ 1.69 _ 1.53 _ 1.76 _ 1.42 _ 1.35 _ 1.46 _ 1.88 ___ 36.74 ___ 134

    ^^____1984_ 1954_ 1924_ 1959_ 1910_ 1978_ 1888_ 1869_1910_ 1994_ 1965_ 1910 __ 1943 ___^^/

    _20 __ 1.88 _ 1.87 _ 2.09 _ 1.93 _ 1.56 _ 1.71 _ 1.60 _ 1.82 _ 1.47 _ 1.38 _ 1.48 _ 1.91 ___ 36.89 ___ 133

    ^^____1872_ 1943_ 1873_ 1999_ 1993_ 1926_ 1977_ 1883_1930_ 1908_ 1998_ 1899 __ 1950 ___^^/

     

    _21 __ 1.88 _ 1.87 _ 2.10 _ 1.97 _ 1.58 _ 1.74 _ 1.67 _ 1.84 _ 1.48 _ 1.42 _ 1.52 _ 1.92 ___ 37.15 ___ 132

    ^^____1961_ 1992_ 1988_ 1878_ 1965_ 1960_ 1962_ 1944_1950_ 1876_ 1883_ 1889 __ 1962 ___^^/

    _22 __ 1.93 _ 1.93 _ 2.12 _ 1.97 _ 1.65 _ 1.76 _ 1.70 _ 1.87 _ 1.57 _ 1.48 _ 1.58 _ 1.95 ___ 37.44 ___ 131

    ^^____1963_ 1991_ 1874_ 1955_ 2020_ 2020_ 1993_ 1996_1931_ 1922_ 2017_ 1882 __ 1905 ___^^/

    _23 __ 1.93 _ 1.95 _ 2.22 _ 2.00 _ 1.68 _ 1.82 _ 1.76 _ 1.89 _ 1.69 _ 1.50 _ 1.61 _ 1.96 ___ 37.76 ___ 130

    ^^____2002_ 2001_ 1938_ 1925_ 1986_ 1953_ 1979_ 1966_1964_ 1978_ 2009_ 1904 __ 1921 ___^^/

    _24 __ 1.93 _ 1.97 _ 2.23 _ 2.02 _ 1.71 _ 1.85 _ 1.83 _ 1.92 _ 1.70 _ 1.51 _ 1.64 _ 2.01 ___ 37.90 ___ 129

    ^^____2020_ 1938_ 1930_ 1892_ 1977_ 1957_ 1944_ 1972_1898_ 1882_ 1915_ 1900 __ 1916 ___^^/

    _25 __ 2.01 _ 1.99 _ 2.23 _ 2.02 _ 1.78 _ 1.86 _ 1.89 _ 1.97 _ 1.70 _ 1.51 _ 1.66 _ 2.06 ___ 38.11 ___ 128

    ^^____1894_ 2007_ 1945_ 1900_ 1942_ 1986_ 1936_ 2016_1911_ 1948_ 1946_ 1937 __ 1981 ___^^/

    _26 __ 2.02 _ 2.01 _ 2.26 _ 2.02 _ 1.83 _ 1.90 _ 2.02 _ 2.10 _ 1.70 _ 1.57 _ 1.67 _ 2.12 ___ 38.27 ___ 127

    ^^____1880_ 1905_ 1895_ 1922_ 1870_ 1929_ 1921_ 1953_1961_ 1928_ 1905_ 1875 __ 1918 ___^^/

    _27 __ 2.03 _ 2.02 _ 2.30 _ 2.08 _ 1.84 _ 1.93 _ 2.04 _ 2.19 _ 1.70 _ 1.60 _ 1.69 _ 2.12 ___ 38.36 ___ 126

    ^^____1927_ 1879_ 1947_ 2015_ 1923_ 1997_ 2001_ 1988_1965_ 1881_ 1981_ 1995 __ 1946 ___^^/

    _28 __ 2.04 _ 2.04 _ 2.38 _ 2.19 _ 1.86 _ 1.98 _ 2.16 _ 2.25 _ 1.71 _ 1.70 _ 1.79 _ 2.15 ___ 38.51 ___ 125

    ^^____1968_ 1874_ 1908_ 1885_ 1885_ 1913_ 1911_ 2014_1943_ 1874_ 1899_ 2006 __ 2012 ___^^/

    _29 __ 2.07 _ 2.04 _ 2.39 _ 2.19 _ 1.86 _ 2.06 _ 2.17 _ 2.28 _ 1.74 _ 1.71 _ 1.81 _ 2.17 ___ 38.55 ___ 124

    ^^____1871_ 2015_ 1897_ 1894_ 2015_ 1914_ 1909_ 1876_1970_ 1930_ 2012_ 1987 __ 1939 ___^^/

    _30 __ 2.08 _ 2.08 _ 2.48 _ 2.20 _ 1.88 _ 2.09 _ 2.19 _ 2.35 _ 1.77 _ 1.71 _ 1.82 _ 2.18 ___ 38.57 ___ 123

    ^^____2010_ 1917_ 1935_ 1988_ 1904_ 1995_ 1963_ 2015_1982_ 1950_ 1973_ 1870 __ 1899 ___^^/

     

    _31 __ 2.09 _ 2.12 _ 2.49 _ 2.27 _ 1.88 _ 2.17 _ 2.19 _ 2.36 _ 1.81 _ 1.73 _ 1.85 _ 2.21 ___ 38.77 ___ 122

    ^^____1920_ 1880_ 1965_ 1908_ 2007_ 1943_ 1970_ 1958_1897_ 1947_ 1958_ 2017 __ 1959 ___^^/

    _32 __ 2.13 _ 2.21 _ 2.53 _ 2.29 _ 2.02 _ 2.18 _ 2.21 _ 2.38 _ 1.81 _ 1.73 _ 1.95 _ 2.24 ___ 38.82 ___ 121

    ^^____2004_ 1889_ 1882_ 1872_ 1879_ 1950_ 1894_ 1913_2007_ 1964_ 2019_ 1871 __ 1985 ___^^/

    _33 __ 2.18 _ 2.21 _ 2.56 _ 2.29 _ 2.02 _ 2.20 _ 2.56 _ 2.40 _ 1.84 _ 1.74 _ 1.96 _ 2.24 ___ 38.95 ___ 120

    ^^____2018_ 1904_ 1982_ 1995_ 1895_ 1900_ 1912_ 1947_1967_ 1896_ 1991_ 2001 __ 1930 ___^^/

    _34 __ 2.24 _ 2.24 _ 2.57 _ 2.30 _ 2.03 _ 2.20 _ 2.60 _ 2.43 _ 1.85 _ 1.75 _ 2.01 _ 2.26 ___ 39.03 ___ 119

    ^^____1945_ 1947_ 1964_ 1930_ 2001_ 2010_ 2010_ 1874_1880_ 1938_ 2015_ 1962 __ 1879 ___^^/

    _35 __ 2.25 _ 2.25 _ 2.64 _ 2.34 _ 2.07 _ 2.26 _ 2.63 _ 2.43 _ 1.89 _ 1.87 _ 2.02 _ 2.27 ___ 39.04 ___ 118

    ^^____1977_ 1907_ 1889_ 1932_ 1928_ 1899_ 1968_ 1918_1875_ 1941_ 1887_ 1880 __ 1941 ___^^/

    _36 __ 2.26 _ 2.33 _ 2.66 _ 2.37 _ 2.16 _ 2.27 _ 2.72 _ 2.47 _ 1.90 _ 1.92 _ 2.02 _ 2.28 ___ 39.25 ___ 117

    ^^____1950_ 1990_ 1926_ 1923_ 1963_ 1970_ 1947_ 1970_1939_ 1949_ 1953_ 1949 __ 1870 ___^^/

    _37 __ 2.27 _ 2.37 _ 2.73 _ 2.38 _ 2.20 _ 2.31 _ 2.75 _ 2.53 _ 1.91 _ 1.92 _ 2.03 _ 2.29 ___ 39.32 ___ 116

    ^^____1902_ 1953_ 1950_ 1891_ 1956_ 1971_ 1886_ 1951_1908_ 1986_ 1869_ 1976 __ 1961 ___^^/

    _38 __ 2.29 _ 2.37_ 2.73 _ 2.38 _ 2.24 _ 2.39 _ 2.77 _ 2.53 _ 1.92 _ 1.97 _ 2.11 _ 2.31 ___ 39.38 ___ 115

    ^^____1890_ 1982_ 1978_ 1978_ 1874_ 1889_ 1923_ 1969_1893_ 1969_ 1943_ 1963 __ 1886 ___^^/

    _39 __ 2.29 _ 2.41 _ 2.78 _ 2.39 _ 2.25 _ 2.47 _ 2.84 _ 2.54 _ 1.93 _ 1.98 _ 2.14 _ 2.34 ___ 39.43 ___ 114

    ^^____1989_ 1985_ 1898_ 1905_ 1914_ 1895_ 2008_ 1914_1887_ 1942_ 1916_ 1921 __ 1891 ___^^/

    _40 __ 2.30 _ 2.43 _ 2.83 _ 2.40 _ 2.25 _ 2.50 _ 2.84 _ 2.56 _ 1.97 _ 1.99 _ 2.15 _ 2.44 ___ 39.90 ___ 113

    ^^____2003_ 1925_ 1886_ 1941_ 1941_ 1990_ 2013_ 1956_1968_ 1954_ 2010_ 1931 __ 1955 ___^^/

     

    _41 __ 2.33 _ 2.43 _ 2.83 _ 2.42 _ 2.33 _ 2.52 _ 3.01 _ 2.56 _ 1.98 _ 2.03 _ 2.16 _ 2.46 ___ 39.90 ___ 112

    ^^____1893_ 1957_ 1928_ 1994_ 1980_ 1882_ 1915_ 2001_1980_ 1945_ 1913_ 1885 __ 1966 __^^/

    _42 __ 2.34 _ 2.47 _ 2.88 _ 2.44 _ 2.42 _ 2.52 _ 3.03 _ 2.58 _ 2.00 _ 2.10 _ 2.16 _ 2.47 ___ 40.07 ___ 111

    ^^____1959_ 1906_ 1921_ 1951_ 1926_ 1955_ 2011_ 1985_1952_ 1997_ 1924_ 1924 __ 1914 __^^/

    _43 __ 2.37 _ 2.47 _ 2.90 _ 2.58 _ 2.43 _ 2.55 _ 3.05 _ 2.73 _ 2.00 _ 2.13 _ 2.17 _ 2.48 ___ 40.15 ___ 110

    ^^____1930_ 1918_ 1937_ 1915_ 1982_ 1958_ 1905_ 1965_2017_ 1899_ 1934_ 1895 __ 1906 __^^/

    _44 __ 2.40 _ 2.48 _ 2.90 _ 2.67 _ 2.45 _ 2.59 _ 3.13 _ 2.75 _ 2.10 _ 2.13 _ 2.20 _ 2.51 ___ 40.18 ___ 109

    ^^____1960_ 1937_ 2013_ 1897_ 1891_ 1893_ 1956_ 1912_1997_ 1991_ 1879_ 1932 __ 1877 __^^/

    _45 __ 2.41 _ 2.48 _ 2.96 _ 2.69 _ 2.51 _ 2.60 _ 3.14 _ 2.75 _ 2.20 _ 2.16 _ 2.20 _ 2.54 ___ 40.38 ___ 108

    ^^____1972_ 2017_ 1960_ 1966_ 1896_ 1888_ 1982_ 1945_1986_ 1965_ 1904_ 1876 __ 1929 ___^^/

    _46 __ 2.46 _ 2.51 _ 2.97 _ 2.70 _ 2.64 _ 2.60 _ 3.20 _ 2.77 _ 2.24 _ 2.20 _ 2.20 _ 2.57 ___ 40.42 ___ 107

    ^^____1943_ 1977_ 1962_ 1954_ 1955_ 2016_ 1869_ 1877_1990_ 1968_ 1993_ 1944 __ 1894 ___^^/

    _47 __ 2.53 _ 2.52 _ 2.99 _ 2.71 _ 2.64 _ 2.66 _ 3.21 _ 2.77 _ 2.26 _ 2.21 _ 2.22 _ 2.62 ___ 40.42 ___ 106

    ^^____1869_ 1897_ 1976_ 1917_ 1996_ 1876_ 1882_ 1934_2009_ 1961_ 1929_ 1938 __ 1995 ___^^/

    _48 __ 2.56 _ 2.52 _ 2.99 _ 2.73 _ 2.66 _ 2.67 _ 3.21 _ 2.78 _ 2.31 _ 2.23 _ 2.30 _ 2.66 ___ 40.57 ___ 105

    ^^____1912_ 1948_ 2004_ 1877_ 1950_ 1933_ 1883_ 1998_1925_ 1914_ 1874_ 1934 __ 1923 ___^^/

    _49 __ 2.56 _ 2.53 _ 3.05 _ 2.77 _ 2.67 _ 2.67 _ 3.21 _ 2.85 _ 2.32 _ 2.23 _ 2.30 _ 2.69 ___ 40.67 ___ 104

    ^^____1931_ 1923_ 1941_ 2008_ 1969_ 1964_ 1892_ 2013_1956_ 1935_ 1891_ 1979 __ 1875 ___^^/

    _50 __ 2.61 _ 2.53 _ 3.07 _ 2.78 _ 2.68 _ 2.71 _ 3.21 _ 2.86 _ 2.34 _ 2.26 _ 2.33 _ 2.73 ___ 40.79 ___ 103

    ^^____1940_ 1942_ 1887_ 1956_ 1872_ 1981_ 1900_ 1922_1871_ 1915_ 1999_ 1930 __ 1947 ___^^/

     

    _51 __ 2.62 _ 2.54 _ 3.08 _ 2.79 _ 2.83 _ 2.72 _ 3.30 _ 2.87 _ 2.34 _ 2.31 _ 2.36 _ 2.77 ___ 40.94 ___ 102

    ^^____1877_ 1997_ 1907_ 1887_ 1883_ 1875_ 1940_ 1957_1988_ 1982_ 1881_ 1919 __ 1958 ___^^/

    _52 __ 2.62 _ 2.54 _ 3.19 _ 2.80 _ 2.84 _ 2.72 _ 3.32 _ 2.88 _ 2.37 _ 2.32 _ 2.41 _ 2.79 ___ 40.97 ___ 101

    ^^____1962_ 2020_ 1958_ 1976_ 1995_ 1963_ 1952_ 1968_1879_ 1944_ 1918_ 1886 __ 2015 ___^^/

    _53 __ 2.63 _ 2.55 _ 3.21 _ 2.82 _ 2.89 _ 2.78 _ 3.38 _ 2.89 _ 2.38 _ 2.35 _ 2.42 _ 2.79 ___ 41.04 ___ 100

    ^^____1879_ 1963_ 1946_ 1884_ 1889_ 1874_ 1943_ 1999_1915_ 1901_ 1870_ 1940 __ 1917 ___^^/

    _54 __ 2.63 _ 2.59 _ 3.25 _ 2.82 _ 2.91 _ 2.78 _ 3.39 _ 2.91 _ 2.42 _ 2.43 _ 2.46 _ 2.82 ___ 41.05 ___ 99

    ^^____1966_ 1996_ 1954_ 1968_ 1937_ 1892_ 1931_ 2012_1901_ 1878_ 1880_ 1874 __ 1908 ___^^/

    _55 __ 2.67 _ 2.62 _ 3.27 _ 2.85 _ 2.95 _ 2.78 _ 3.40 _ 2.99 _ 2.49 _ 2.43 _ 2.46 _ 2.82 ___ 41.19 ___ 98

    ^^____1971_ 1875_ 1878_ 1927_ 1913_ 1924_ 1983_ 1948_1891_ 1887_ 1928_ 1970 __ 1900 ___^^/

    _56 __ 2.68 _ 2.63 _ 3.32 _ 2.86 _ 2.95 _ 2.78 _ 3.51 _ 3.02 _ 2.49 _ 2.43 _ 2.55 _ 2.89 ___ 41.28 ___ 97

    ^^____1883_ 1940_ 1975_ 1997_ 1932_ 1976_ 1990_ 2004_1906_ 1940_ 1964_ 2016 __ 1976 ___^^/

    _57 __ 2.69 _ 2.68 _ 3.33 _ 2.88 _ 2.97 _ 2.79 _ 3.56 _ 3.05 _ 2.50 _ 2.48 _ 2.59 _ 2.90 ___ 41.40 ___ 96

    ^^____1906_ 1936_ 1870_ 1919_ 1936_ 1921_ 2005_ 1975_1900_ 1970_ 1967_ 1994 __ 1982 ___^^/

    _58 __ 2.73 _ 2.68 _ 3.33 _ 2.89 _ 2.97 _ 2.80 _ 3.58 _ 3.07 _ 2.51 _ 2.52 _ 2.62 _ 2.96 ___ 41.43 ___ 95

    ^^____1922_ 1967_ 1911_ 1888_ 1960_ 1877_ 1879_ 1870_1984_ 1933_ 1956_ 1873 __ 1925 ___^^/

    _59 __ 2.74 _ 2.68 _ 3.34 _ 2.90 _ 3.01 _ 2.82 _ 3.59 _ 3.08 _ 2.52 _ 2.59 _ 2.71 _ 3.03 ___ 41.51 ___ 94

    ^^____1947_ 2004_ 2000_ 1880_ 2010_ 1870_ 1885_ 1973_1870_ 1974_ 1961_ 1954 __ 1952 ___^^/

    _60 __ 2.76 _ 2.70 _ 3.41 _ 2.90 _ 3.03 _ 2.82 _ 3.65 _ 3.13 _ 2.65 _ 2.60 _ 2.79 _ 3.04 ___ 41.51 ___ 93

    ^^____2013_ 1932_ 1879_ 1965_ 1876_ 1983_ 1876_ 1961_1909_ 1891_ 1989_ 1960 __ 1999 ___^^/

     

    _61 __ 2.77 _ 2.71 _ 3.48 _ 2.95 _ 3.05 _ 2.86 _ 3.67 _ 3.20 _ 2.65 _ 2.61 _ 2.82 _ 3.04 ___ 41.64 ___ 92

    ^^____1905_ 1931_ 1875_ 1971_1997_ 1961_ 1951_ 1932_1923_ 1889_ 1990_ 1961 __ 1904 ___^^/

    _62 __ 2.79 _ 2.73 _ 3.49 _ 2.99 _ 3.10 _ 2.92 _ 3.68 _ 3.21 _ 2.67 _ 2.65 _ 2.84 _ 3.07 ___ 41.67 ___ 91

    ^^____1911_ 1912_ 1892_ 2010_1954_ 1930_ 1958_ 1963_1955_ 1875_ 1896_ 1898 __ 1909 ___^^/

    _63 __ 2.79 _ 2.74 _ 3.49 _ 3.00 _ 3.11 _ 2.93 _ 3.72 _ 3.21 _ 2.68 _ 2.73 _ 2.85 _ 3.07 ___ 41.72 ___ 90

    ^^____2014_ 1871_ 1900_ 1962_1991_ 1872_ 1933_ 1997_1917_ 1873_ 1978_ 1911 __ 1924 ___^^/

    _64 __ 2.85 _ 2.74 _ 3.49 _ 3.03 _ 3.19 _ 2.95 _ 3.76 _ 3.24 _ 2.75 _ 2.73 _ 2.87 _ 3.08 ___ 41.77 ___ 89

    ^^____1926_ 1913_ 1905_ 1871_1878_ 1897_ 1870_ 1907_1973_ 1999_ 1996_ 1893 __ 1876 ___^^/

    _65 __ 2.85 _ 2.81 _ 3.51 _ 3.03 _ 3.20 _ 2.95 _ 3.76 _ 3.24 _ 2.79 _ 2.76 _ 2.93 _ 3.09 ___ 41.96 ___ 88

    ^^____2008_ 1993_ 1948_ 1902_1881_ 1904_ 2003_ 1931_2016_ 1998_ 1925_ 1903 __ 1896 ___^^/

    _66 __ 2.88 _ 2.83 _ 3.54 _ 3.04 _ 3.23 _ 2.97 _ 3.80 _ 3.34 _ 2.81 _ 2.80 _ 3.05 _ 3.18 ___ 42.17 ___ 87

    ^^____1942_ 1870_ 1893_ 1975_1920_ 1951_ 1908_ 2017_1869_ 1931_ 1952_ 1872 __ 2016 ___^^/

    _67 __ 2.89 _ 2.86 _ 3.54 _ 3.05 _ 3.25 _ 2.97 _ 3.86 _ 3.41 _ 2.81 _ 2.81 _ 3.05 _ 3.18 ___ 42.95 ___ 86

    ^^____1907_ 1986_ 2002_ 1960_1958_ 2012_ 1953_ 1899_1921_ 1880_ 1960_ 1966 __ 1986 ___^^/

    _68 __ 2.94 _ 2.88 _ 3.57 _ 3.06 _ 3.27 _ 2.99 _ 3.86 _ 3.47 _ 2.82 _ 2.82 _ 3.05 _ 3.19 ___ 43.35 ___ 85

    ^^____1921_ 2006_ 1904_ 1876_1915_ 1956_ 1994_ 1898_1940_ 1934_ 2011_ 1908 __ 1992 ___^^/

    _69 __ 2.96 _ 2.93 _ 3.57 _ 3.08 _ 3.34 _ 3.01 _ 3.92 _ 3.49 _ 2.92 _ 2.82 _ 3.08 _ 3.19 ___ 43.57 ___ 84

    ^^____1917_ 1964_ 1909_ 1875_1970_ 1923_ 1903_ 1992_1918_ 1960_ 1987_ 2000 __ 1968 ___^^/

    _70 __ 2.97 _ 2.94 _ 3.60 _ 3.17 _ 3.36 _ 3.01 _ 3.94 _ 3.59 _ 2.95 _ 2.92 _ 3.15 _ 3.20 ___ 43.76 ___ 83

    ^^____1904_ 1945_ 1973_ 1921_1925_ 1940_ 1891_ 1887_1872_ 2012_ 2013_ 1883 __ 1951 ___^^/

     

    _71 __ 2.98 _ 2.98 _ 3.61 _ 3.20 _ 3.36 _ 3.02 _ 3.98 _ 3.70 _ 2.95 _ 2.99 _ 3.17 _ 3.23 ___ 43.93 ___ 82

    ^^____2009_ 1958_ 1891_ 2003_1938_ 1909_ 2015_ 2019_2013_ 1904_ 1948_ 1999 __ 1932 ___^^/

    _72 __ 3.00 _ 3.01 _ 3.61 _ 3.25 _ 3.38 _ 3.02 _ 4.07 _ 3.77 _ 3.01 _ 3.07 _ 3.18 _ 3.26 ___ 43.93 ___ 81

    ^^____1897_ 1934_ 1963_ 1898_1975_ 2004_ 1941_ 1897_1957_ 1886_ 1884_ 1984 __ 1997 ___^^/

    _73 __ 3.06 _ 3.01 _ 3.64 _ 3.26 _ 3.40 _ 3.08 _ 4.12 _ 3.80 _ 3.03 _ 3.15 _ 3.19 _ 3.29 ___ 43.99 ___ 80

    ^^____1885_ 1955_ 1990_ 1948_2003_ 1878_ 1987_ 1943_1995_ 1962_ 1923_ 1956 __ 1872 ___^^/

    _74 __ 3.09 _ 3.03 _ 3.67 _ 3.28 _ 3.41 _ 3.11 _ 4.17 _ 3.82 _ 3.10 _ 3.23 _ 3.26 _ 3.30 ___ 43.99 ___ 79

    ^^____1965_ 1989_ 2014_ 1916_1949_ 2018_ 1964_ 2000_1962_ 1910_ 1935_ 1925 __ 1887 ___^^/

    _75 __ 3.16 _ 3.04 _ 3.68 _ 3.30 _ 3.43 _ 3.15 _ 4.19 _ 3.91 _ 3.12 _ 3.27 _ 3.27 _ 3.34 ___ 44.28 ___ 78

    ^^____2001_ 2005_ 1943_ 1936_1930_ 1879_ 2017_ 1920_1929_ 1957_ 1938_ 1929 __ 1993 ___^^/

    _76 __ 3.17 _ 3.05 _ 3.70 _ 3.31 _ 3.45 _ 3.16 _ 4.21 _ 3.92 _ 3.14 _ 3.35 _ 3.31 _ 3.37 ___ 44.55 ___ 77

    ^^____1875_ 1951_ 1916_ 1895_1890_ 1969_ 1949_ 1938_1873_ 1872_ 1876_ 1905 __ 1980 ___^^/

    _77 __ 3.20 _ 3.05 _ 3.71 _ 3.34 _ 3.53 _ 3.21 _ 4.21 _ 3.96 _ 3.15 _ 3.47 _ 3.31 _ 3.42 ___ 44.55 ___ 76

    ^^____1944_ 1969_ 1955_ 1914_2018_ 1994_ 2012_ 2005_1947_ 1967_ 1914_ 1888 __ 1897 ___^^/

    _78 __ 3.23 _ 3.09 _ 3.73 _ 3.38 _ 3.56 _ 3.21 _ 4.24 _ 3.99 _ 3.15 _ 3.49 _ 3.38 _ 3.45 ___ 44.66 ___ 75

    ^^____1941_ 1933_ 1969_ 1938_1981_ 2005_ 1934_ 1936_1976_ 1981_ 1979_ 1933 __ 1922 ___^^/

    _79 __ 3.23 _ 3.13 _ 3.77 _ 3.41 _ 3.60 _ 3.25 _ 4.24 _ 4.13 _ 3.25 _ 3.55 _ 3.39 _ 3.55 ___ 44.67 ___ 74

    ^^____2000_ 1976_ 1959_ 2002_1961_ 2011_ 1950_ 1940_1883_ 1905_ 1941_ 1891 __ 1988 ___^^/

    _80 __ 3.23 _ 3.13 _ 3.78 _ 3.42 _ 3.67 _ 3.28 _ 4.28 _ 4.14 _ 3.28 _ 3.56 _ 3.44 _ 3.58 ___ 44.98 ___ 73

    ^^____2012_ 1995_ 2020_ 1981_1957_ 1907_ 1959_ 2010_2015_ 1900_ 1982_ 1906 __ 1945 ___^^/

     

    _81 __ 3.31 _ 3.14 _ 3.80 _ 3.44 _ 3.69 _ 3.29 _ 4.36 _ 4.16 _ 3.33 _ 3.56 _ 3.47 _ 3.59 ___ 45.01 ___ 72

    ^^____1951_ 2019_ 1971_ 1903_1873_ 1974_ 1918_ 1892_1994_ 1988_ 1966_ 1913 __ 1944 ___^^/

    _82 __ 3.32 _ 3.15 _ 3.81 _ 3.45 _ 3.69 _ 3.32 _ 4.41 _ 4.16 _ 3.42 _ 3.59 _ 3.47 _ 3.61 ___ 45.04 ___ 71

    ^^____1909_ 1910_ 1996_ 1934_2002_ 1883_ 1898_ 1895_1922_ 1919_ 2007_ 1918 __ 2017 ___^^/

    _83 __ 3.33 _ 3.17 _ 3.87 _ 3.45 _ 3.72 _ 3.35 _ 4.41 _ 4.22 _ 3.43 _ 3.59 _ 3.53 _ 3.63 ___ 45.07 ___ 70

    ^^____1929_ 1935_ 2019_ 1967_1900_ 1886_ 1985_ 2009_1949_ 2018_ 1912_ 1975 __ 1940 ___^^/

    _84 __ 3.38 _ 3.22 _ 4.00 _ 3.48 _ 3.73 _ 3.35 _ 4.47 _ 4.24 _ 3.44 _ 3.61 _ 3.54 _ 3.70 ___ 45.18 ___ 69

    ^^____1991_ 1983_ 1952_ 1970_1894_ 1944_ 1899_ 1986_1998_ 1956_ 2000_ 1890 __ 1991 ___^^/

    _85 __ 3.42 _ 3.24 _ 4.01 _ 3.53 _ 3.74 _ 3.36 _ 4.48 _ 4.27 _ 3.45 _ 3.62 _ 3.54 _ 3.71 ___ 45.20 ___ 68

    ^^____1934_ 1930_ 1999_ 1912_1884_ 1946_ 1978_ 1889_1916_ 2008_ 2008_ 2004 __ 1953 ___^^/

    _86 __ 3.43 _ 3.26 _ 4.07 _ 3.53 _ 3.75 _ 3.44 _ 4.49 _ 4.27 _ 3.45 _ 3.63 _ 3.55 _ 3.86 ___ 45.20 ___ 67

    ^^____1913_ 1911_ 1925_ 2000_ 2016_ 1947_ 1890_ 1979_1981_ 1984_ 1893_ 1922 __ 2002 ___^^/

    _87 __ 3.44 _ 3.33 _ 4.08 _ 3.54 _ 3.76 _ 3.59 _ 4.49 _ 4.29 _ 3.58 _ 3.70 _ 3.55 _ 3.92 ___ 45.25 ___ 66

    ^^____1993_ 1914_ 1992_ 1911_ 1922_ 1942_ 1992_ 1949_1924_ 1975_ 1919_ 1947 __ 1869 ___^^/

    _88 __ 3.51 _ 3.33 _ 4.08 _ 3.56 _ 3.83 _ 3.60 _ 4.51 _ 4.30 _ 3.67 _ 3.75 _ 3.55 _ 4.00 ___ 45.30 ___ 65

    ^^____1919_ 1975_ 2008_ 2012_ 1917_ 1925_ 1948_ 1902_1903_ 1884_ 1940 _ 1926 __ 1882 ___^^/

    _89 __ 3.53 _ 3.35 _ 4.16 _ 3.66 _ 4.01 _ 3.64 _ 4.54 _ 4.32 _ 3.67 _ 3.77 _ 3.58 _ 4.00 ___ 45.35 ___ 64

    ^^____1918_ 1922_ 1923_ 1945_ 1929_ 1952_ 1895_ 1930_1928_ 1951_ 1969_ 2011 __ 2020 ___^^/

    _90 __ 3.58 _ 3.41 _ 4.18 _ 3.68 _ 4.01 _ 3.68 _ 4.54 _ 4.37 _ 3.67 _ 3.86 _ 3.66 _ 4.01 ___ 45.45 ___ 63

    ^^____2019_ 1890_ 1970_ 1991_ 2008_ 1934_ 1906_ 1890_2010_ 1980_ 1871_ 1927 __ 2000 ___^^/

     

    _91 __ 3.63 _ 3.43 _ 4.23 _ 3.71 _ 4.02 _ 3.70 _ 4.54 _ 4.45 _ 3.69 _ 3.87 _ 3.72 _ 4.05 ___ 45.58 ___ 62

    ^^____2007_ 1882_ 1903_ 1883_ 1992_ 1927_ 1972_ 1959_2006_ 1979_ 1942_ 1941 __ 1912 ___^^/

    _92 __ 3.64 _ 3.44 _ 4.23 _ 3.75 _ 4.04 _ 3.73 _ 4.55 _ 4.51 _ 3.71 _ 3.89 _ 3.78 _ 4.06 ___ 45.62 ___ 61

    ^^____1988_ 1994_ 1929_ 1977_ 1871_ 1962_ 1916_ 1891_1991_ 1987_ 1875_ 2002 __ 1928 ___^^/

    _93 __ 3.65 _ 3.46 _ 4.23 _ 3.78 _ 4.04 _ 3.76 _ 4.57 _ 4.52 _ 3.94 _ 3.90 _ 3.78 _ 4.12 ___ 45.63 ___ 60

    ^^____1997_ 1927_ 1961_ 1907_ 1999_ 1931_ 1991_ 1900_2020_ 1936_ 1926_ 1952 __ 1890 ___^^/

    _94 __ 3.75 _ 3.47 _ 4.40 _ 3.79 _ 4.08 _ 3.77 _ 4.61 _ 4.57 _ 3.95 _ 3.91 _ 3.81 _ 4.15 ___ 45.73 ___ 59

    ^^____1995_ 2011_ 1979_ 1931_ 1967_ 1905_ 1873_ 1921_1963_ 2015_ 1921_ 1968 __ 1915 ___^^/

    _95 __ 3.76 _ 3.49 _ 4.46 _ 3.80 _ 4.14 _ 3.80 _ 4.62 _ 4.57 _ 4.02 _ 3.92 _ 3.83 _ 4.16 ___ 45.83 ___ 58

    ^^____1908_ 1888_ 1917_ 1904_ 1921_ 1939_ 1878_ 1928_1946_ 1973_ 1895_ 1964 __ 1874 ___^^/

    _96 __ 3.79 _ 3.49 _ 4.47 _ 3.83 _ 4.15 _ 3.83 _ 4.74 _ 4.57 _ 4.05 _ 4.10 _ 3.94 _ 4.18 ___ 46.32 ___ 57

    ^^____1958_ 1999_ 1934_ 1974_ 1869_ 1917_ 1884_ 1977_1878_ 1912_ 1962_ 1881 __ 2013 ___^^/

    _97 __ 3.80 _ 3.53 _ 4.55 _ 3.84 _ 4.15 _ 3.83 _ 4.86 _ 4.63 _ 4.06 _ 4.14 _ 3.99 _ 4.24 ___ 46.39 ___ 56

    ^^____1939_ 1941_ 1972_ 2017_ 1919_ 1977_ 1875_ 1952_1978_ 1971_ 2020_ 2010 __ 1960 ___^^/

    _98 __ 3.80 _ 3.58 _ 4.57 _ 3.85 _ 4.20 _ 3.84 _ 4.92 _ 4.66 _ 4.14 _ 4.15 _ 4.04 _ 4.25 ___ 46.44 ___ 55

    ^^____1974_ 1949_ 2003_ 1886_ 1882_ 1919_ 1961_ 1982_1912_ 2016_ 1888_ 1916 __ 1987 ___^^/

    _99 __ 3.91 _ 3.66 _ 4.61 _ 3.92 _ 4.22 _ 3.84 _ 4.95 _ 4.81 _ 4.23 _ 4.18 _ 4.07 _ 4.25 ___ 46.74 ___ 54

    ^^____1886_ 1965_ 1869_ 1972_ 1892_ 1980_ 1904_ 1905_1942_ 2017_ 1984_ 1917 __ 1907 ___^^/

    100 __ 3.91 _ 3.74 _ 4.62 _ 3.93 _ 4.24 _ 3.85 _ 5.01 _ 4.83 _ 4.27 _ 4.19 _ 4.08 _ 4.26 ___ 46.87 ___ 53

    ^^____1935_ 1962_ 1884_ 1986_ 1971_ 1915_ 1917_ 1939_1927_ 1906_ 1872_ 1907 __ 1948 ___^^/

     

    101 __ 3.97 _ 3.75 _ 4.62 _ 3.99 _ 4.25 _ 3.94 _ 5.06 _ 4.89 _ 4.31 _ 4.21 _ 4.11 _ 4.26 ___ 47.39 ___ 52

    ^^____1899_ 1878_ 1888_ 1969_ 1947_ 1987_ 1874_ 1987_1902_ 1895_ 1980_ 1991 __ 1994 ___^^/

    102 __ 3.99 _ 3.80 _ 4.66 _ 4.04 _ 4.26 _ 3.98 _ 5.12 _ 4.91 _ 4.31 _ 4.30 _ 4.12 _ 4.27 ___ 47.69 ___ 51

    ^^____1938_ 1873_ 1880_ 1979_ 1966_ 1935_ 1946_ 2002_1904_ 1953_ 1955_ 1997 __ 1974 ___^^/

    103 __ 4.18 _ 3.84 _ 4.72 _ 4.11 _ 4.26 _ 4.01 _ 5.13 _ 4.97 _ 4.34 _ 4.31 _ 4.14 _ 4.28 ___ 47.83 ___ 50

    ^^____1903_ 1919_ 2015_ 2004_ 1994_ 1945_ 1989_ 1950_1935_ 1939_ 1920_ 1915 __ 1926 ___^^/

    104 __ 4.22 _ 3.91 _ 4.73 _ 4.16 _ 4.29 _ 4.16 _ 5.16 _ 5.03 _ 4.39 _ 4.33 _ 4.15 _ 4.28 ___ 47.90 ___ 49

    ^^____1900_ 1899_ 1940_ 1873_ 1974_ 1991_ 1945_ 2020_2012_ 1888_ 1894_ 1951 __ 1898 ___^^/

    105 __ 4.23 _ 3.91 _ 4.74 _ 4.26 _ 4.35 _ 4.20 _ 5.24 _ 5.26 _ 4.44 _ 4.52 _ 4.17 _ 4.29 ___ 47.99 ___ 48

    ^^____1986_ 1988_ 1914_ 1939_ 1916_ 1959_ 1935_ 1880_1958_ 1925_ 1885_ 1909 __ 1873 ___^^/

    106 __ 4.26 _ 3.93 _ 4.75 _ 4.26 _ 4.35 _ 4.26 _ 5.26 _ 5.41 _ 4.62 _ 4.53 _ 4.18 _ 4.32 ___ 48.26 ___ 47

    ^^____1898_ 1894_ 1920_ 1989_ 1953_ 2014_ 1980_ 1993_1983_ 1883_ 2003_ 1950 __ 1893 ___^^/

    107 __ 4.41 _ 3.96 _ 4.78 _ 4.28 _ 4.37 _ 4.36 _ 5.29 _ 5.50 _ 4.63 _ 4.55 _ 4.21 _ 4.39 ___ 48.49 ___ 46

    ^^____1870_ 1961_ 1939_ 1993_ 2014_ 1932_ 1887_ 1978_1890_ 1993_ 2004_ 1887 __ 1938 ___^^/

    108 __ 4.41 _ 4.12 _ 4.79 _ 4.33 _ 4.38 _ 4.36 _ 5.47 _ 5.58 _ 4.74 _ 4.56 _ 4.22 _ 4.42 ___ 48.51 ___ 45

    ^^____2016_ 1891_ 1968_ 1879_ 1931_ 1937_ 1914_ 2008_1896_ 1937_ 1959_ 1953 __ 1942 ___^^/

    109 __ 4.42 _ 4.18 _ 4.83 _ 4.42 _ 4.50 _ 4.40 _ 5.54 _ 5.60 _ 4.75 _ 4.63 _ 4.24 _ 4.43 ___ 48.54 ___ 44

    ^^____1887_ 1956_ 1931_ 1949_ 2000_ 1869_ 1937_ 1871_1954_ 1929_ 1950_ 1923 __ 1969 ___^^/

    110 __ 4.45 _ 4.21 _ 4.84 _ 4.49 _ 4.51 _ 4.41 _ 5.56 _ 5.67 _ 4.75 _ 4.64 _ 4.30 _ 4.56 ___ 48.66 ___ 43

    ^^____1932_ 1883_ 1902_ 2020_ 1973_ 1985_ 1986_ 1885_1977_ 1966_ 1910_ 1945 __ 1878 ___^^/

     

    111 __ 4.46 _ 4.22 _ 4.93 _ 4.51 _ 4.60 _ 4.48 _ 5.57 _ 5.71 _ 4.75 _ 4.65 _ 4.33 _ 4.57 ___ 48.69 ___ 42

    ^^____1878_ 1898_ 1987_ 1957_ 1983_ 2002_ 1871_ 1962_1985_ 2007_ 1927_ 1942 __ 1901 ___^^/

    112 __ 4.53 _ 4.25 _ 4.93 _ 4.55 _ 4.62 _ 4.55 _ 5.59 _ 5.82 _ 4.76 _ 4.78 _ 4.33 _ 4.60 ___ 48.69 ___ 41

    ^^____1973_ 2013_ 1989_ 2019_ 2006_ 1973_ 1902_ 1919_1920_ 1907_ 1975_ 2005 __ 1998 ___^^/

    113 __ 4.55 _ 4.35 _ 4.96 _ 4.65 _ 4.77 _ 4.56 _ 5.59 _ 5.84 _ 4.78 _ 4.83 _ 4.34 _ 4.61 ___ 48.82 ___ 40

    ^^____1952_ 1924_ 2005_ 1918_ 1893_ 1916_ 2014_ 1924_1926_ 1959_ 1994_ 2020 __ 1911 ___^^/

    114 __ 4.62 _ 4.40 _ 5.01 _ 4.69 _ 4.77 _ 4.61 _ 5.73 _ 5.85 _ 4.82 _ 4.87 _ 4.36 _ 4.64 ___ 49.12 ___ 39

    ^^____1964_ 2016_ 1906_ 2009_ 1927_ 1918_ 1877_ 2003_1936_ 1926_ 1900_ 1959 __ 1967 ___^^/

    115 __ 4.64 _ 4.43 _ 5.03 _ 4.75 _ 4.77 _ 4.62 _ 5.76 _ 5.92 _ 4.83 _ 4.90 _ 4.42 _ 4.65 ___ 49.37 ___ 38

    ^^____1910_ 1960_ 1956_ 1944_ 1976_ 1936_ 1996_ 1941_1979_ 2003_ 1886_ 1894 __ 2010 ___^^/

    116 __ 4.67 _ 4.44 _ 5.08 _ 4.81 _ 4.78 _ 4.64 _ 5.77 _ 5.94 _ 4.88 _ 4.91 _ 4.46 _ 4.72 ___ 49.81 ___ 37

    ^^____2005_ 1950_ 1998_ 2005_ 1952_ 1967_ 1925_ 1967_1919_ 2010_ 1957_ 2015 __ 1978 ___^^/

    117 __ 4.69 _ 4.52 _ 5.16 _ 4.83 _ 4.83 _ 4.67 _ 5.77 _ 5.99 _ 4.89 _ 4.97 _ 4.47 _ 4.80 ___ 49.83 ___ 36

    ^^____1892_ 1970_ 1991_ 1928_ 1918_ 1890_ 2019_ 1974_1992_ 1870_ 2005_ 2012 __ 1936 ___^^/

    118 __ 4.74 _ 4.53 _ 5.17 _ 5.00 _ 4.93 _ 4.70 _ 5.82 _ 6.01 _ 4.97 _ 5.03 _ 4.48 _ 4.85 ___ 49.84 ___ 35

    ^^____1948_ 1909_ 2018_ 1910_ 1951_ 2008_ 1938_ 1908_1996_ 1977_ 1907_ 2013 __ 1934 ___^^/

    119 __ 4.76 _ 4.55 _ 5.18 _ 5.08 _ 5.04 _ 4.76 _ 5.89 _ 6.08 _ 5.05 _ 5.05 _ 4.51 _ 4.87 ___ 51.38 ___ 34

    ^^____1975_ 1973_ 1997_ 1947_ 1943_ 2017_ 1973_ 2006_1937_ 2020_ 2014_ 1897 __ 1871 ___^^/

    120 __ 4.80 _ 4.55 _ 5.24 _ 5.08 _ 5.11 _ 4.77 _ 6.06 _ 6.09 _ 5.16 _ 5.18 _ 4.52 _ 4.94 ___ 51.93 ___ 33

    ^^____1881_ 2003_ 1872_ 1961_ 2011_ 1941_ 1913_ 1954_2002_ 1885_ 1897_ 1879 __ 2004 ___^^/

     

    121 __ 4.83 _ 4.56 _ 5.25 _ 5.09 _ 5.17 _ 4.77 _ 6.13 _ 6.26 _ 5.25 _ 5.30 _ 4.56 _ 4.95 ___ 52.13 ___ 32

    ^^____2017_ 1885_ 2017_ 1937_ 2009_ 1992_ 1995_ 1960_1987_ 1893_ 1945_ 1993 __ 1979 ___^^/

    122 __ 4.90 _ 4.58 _ 5.28 _ 5.09 _ 5.19 _ 4.79 _ 6.16 _ 6.29 _ 5.25 _ 5.31 _ 4.63 _ 5.01 ___ 52.25 ___ 31

    ^^____1924_ 1979_ 1896_ 1964_ 1934_ 2015_ 2006_ 1872_1993_ 1976_ 1873_ 1912 __ 1884 ___^^/

    123 __ 4.90 _ 4.70 _ 5.35 _ 5.10 _ 5.20 _ 4.87 _ 6.20 _ 6.33 _ 5.28 _ 5.37 _ 4.68 _ 5.02 ___ 52.77 ___ 30

    ^^____1953_ 1903_ 2007_ 1952_ 1933_ 2000_ 1920_ 1994_1876_ 1894_ 1997_ 1869 __ 1902 ___^^/

    124 __ 4.93 _ 4.76 _ 5.45 _ 5.11 _ 5.27 _ 4.98 _ 6.21 _ 6.52 _ 5.30 _ 5.40 _ 4.73 _ 5.06 ___ 52.97 ___ 29

    ^^____2011_ 1916_ 1936_ 1870_ 1988_ 1884_ 1981_ 1976_2001_ 1923_ 1878_ 1977 __ 1937 ___^^/

    125 __ 4.96 _ 4.81 _ 5.47 _ 5.12 _ 5.34 _ 5.02 _ 6.38 _ 6.55 _ 5.38 _ 5.46 _ 4.73 _ 5.14 ___ 53.03 ___ 28

    ^^____1888_ 1876_ 1901_ 1990_ 1945_ 1920_ 1926_ 1901_1960_ 1958_ 1937_ 1878 __ 2019 ___^^/

    126 __ 4.97 _ 4.84 _ 5.50 _ 5.18 _ 5.38 _ 5.12 _ 6.48 _ 6.68 _ 5.50 _ 5.58 _ 4.93 _ 5.18 ___ 53.20 ___ 27

    ^^____1889_ 1928_ 1890_ 1933_ 2012_ 1982_ 1927_ 1946_1945_ 1932_ 1954_ 1981 __ 1920 ___^^/

    127 __ 4.99 _ 4.86 _ 5.52 _ 5.19 _ 5.40 _ 5.29 _ 6.58 _ 6.73 _ 5.82 _ 5.58 _ 5.06 _ 5.22 ___ 53.29 ___ 26

    ^^____2006_ 1984_ 1922_ 1893_ 1886_ 2001_ 2020_ 1903_2000_ 2009_ 2002_ 2007 __ 1919 ___^^/

    128 __ 5.01 _ 4.89 _ 5.54 _ 5.20 _ 5.40 _ 5.35 _ 6.61 _ 7.13 _ 5.84 _ 5.77 _ 5.12 _ 5.24 ___ 53.32 ___ 25

    ^^____1895_ 1886_ 1871_ 1953_ 1912_ 1881_ 1930_ 1991_1905_ 2014_ 1911_ 1914 __ 1888 ___^^/

    129 __ 5.01 _ 4.92 _ 5.56 _ 5.28 _ 5.48 _ 5.46 _ 6.89 _ 7.18 _ 6.03 _ 6.05 _ 5.14 _ 5.26 ___ 53.53 ___ 24

    ^^____1983_ 1884_ 1877_ 1920_ 1907_ 2019_ 2007_ 2007_2003_ 1898_ 1970_ 1957 __ 1933 ___^^/

    130 __ 5.08 _ 4.93 _ 5.62 _ 5.35 _ 5.53 _ 5.52 _ 6.99 _ 7.26 _ 6.12 _ 6.09 _ 5.41 _ 5.42 ___ 53.61 ___ 23

    ^^____1882_ 1881_ 1951_ 2011_ 1906_ 1948_ 1967_ 1915_1899_ 2011_ 2016_ 2003 __ 2008 ___^^/

     

    131 __ 5.20 _ 4.96 _ 5.76 _ 5.46 _ 5.62 _ 5.67 _ 7.02 _ 7.26 _ 6.19 _ 6.15 _ 5.62 _ 5.50 ___ 53.62 ___ 22

    ^^____1998_ 1966_ 1974_ 1940_ 1888_ 1911_ 2016_ 1983_2018_ 2019_ 1930_ 1992 __ 2009 ___^^/

    132 __ 5.22 _ 5.07 _ 5.77 _ 5.47 _ 5.72 _ 5.71 _ 7.03 _ 7.28 _ 6.90 _ 6.27 _ 5.63 _ 5.58 ___ 53.79 ___ 21

    ^^____1884_ 1929_ 1899_ 1889_ 1985_ 1996_ 1984_ 1926_1989_ 1972_ 1877_ 1990 __ 2014 ___^^/

    133 __ 5.23 _ 5.33 _ 5.81 _ 5.56 _ 5.76 _ 5.72 _ 7.11 _ 7.32 _ 6.92 _ 6.38 _ 5.64 _ 5.61 ___ 54.73 ___ 20

    ^^____2015_ 1971_ 1881_ 2006_ 2004_ 1896_ 2009_ 1937_1889_ 1990_ 1971_ 1978 __ 1977 ___^^/

    134 __ 5.27 _ 5.37 _ 5.82 _ 5.67 _ 5.77 _ 5.76 _ 7.15 _ 7.66 _ 7.00 _ 6.48 _ 5.64 _ 6.04 ___ 55.97 ___ 19

    ^^____1914_ 1926_ 1932_ 1982_ 1897_ 1984_ 1942_ 1888_1913_ 1869_ 1992_ 2014 __ 2005 ___^^/

    135 __ 5.33 _ 5.38 _ 5.91 _ 5.78 _ 6.23 _ 5.94 _ 7.20 _ 7.85 _ 7.05 _ 6.56 _ 5.75 _ 6.08 ___ 56.06 ___ 18

    ^^____1874_ 1900_ 1942_ 2018_ 1979_ 1998_ 1971_ 1904_2008_ 1890_ 1968_ 1967 __ 1927 ___^^/

    136 __ 5.34 _ 5.39 _ 5.96 _ 5.85 _ 6.34 _ 6.03 _ 7.28 _ 7.90 _ 7.36 _ 6.81 _ 5.78 _ 6.09 ___ 56.19 ___ 17

    ^^____1873_ 1902_ 1919_ 1929_ 1924_ 1910_ 2000_ 1884_1971_ 1917_ 1995_ 1972 __ 1996 ___^^/

    137 __ 5.34 _ 5.41 _ 5.97 _ 5.90 _ 6.38 _ 6.15 _ 7.37 _ 7.95 _ 8.05 _ 6.87 _ 5.96 _ 6.16 ___ 56.77 ___ 16

    ^^____1990_ 1921_ 1967_ 1906_ 2017_ 1968_ 1969_ 1879_1974_ 1955_ 1944_ 1920 __ 1971___^^/

    138 __ 5.42 _ 5.48 _ 5.98 _ 5.90 _ 6.43 _ 6.48 _ 7.41 _ 7.97 _ 8.16 _ 7.07 _ 6.49 _ 6.16 ___ 57.03 ___ 15

    ^^____1925_ 2014_ 1944_ 1987_ 1901_ 1902_ 1896_ 1878_1888_ 2006_ 1951_ 1986 __ 1984 ___^^/

    139 __ 5.62 _ 5.81 _ 6.08 _ 6.05 _ 6.72 _ 6.55 _ 7.45 _ 8.44 _ 8.24 _ 7.16 _ 6.68 _ 6.17 ___ 57.23 ___ 14

    ^^____1994_ 1998_ 1933_ 1924_ 1898_ 2007_ 2018_ 1989_1874_ 1902_ 1983_ 1884 __ 1973 ___^^/

    140 __ 5.64 _ 5.83 _ 6.19 _ 6.13 _ 6.80 _ 6.88 _ 7.49 _ 8.50 _ 8.32 _ 7.20 _ 6.72 _ 6.28 ___ 58.00 ___ 13

    ^^____1996_ 2018_ 2011_ 1909_ 1946_ 1922_ 1922_ 1909_1969_ 2002_ 1898_ 1948 __ 1913 ___^^/

     

    141 __ 5.78 _ 5.86 _ 6.30 _ 6.14 _ 6.82 _ 7.04 _ 7.64 _ 8.59 _ 8.33 _ 7.48 _ 6.82 _ 6.33 ___ 58.18 ___ 12

    ^^____1976_ 1908_ 1984_ 1958_ 2019_ 1928_ 1901_ 2018_1907_ 1989_ 1947_ 1974 __ 1889 ___^^/

    142 __ 5.81 _ 5.90 _ 6.33 _ 6.27 _ 6.94 _ 7.05 _ 7.64 _ 8.72 _ 8.68 _ 7.50 _ 6.85 _ 6.48 ___ 58.42 ___ 11

    ^^____1987_ 1972_ 1994_ 1913_ 1998_ 1871_ 2004_ 1893_1894_ 1871_ 1986_ 1996 __ 2003 ___^^/

    143 __ 5.97 _ 5.95 _ 6.47 _ 6.33 _ 7.06 _ 7.13 _ 7.83 _ 8.85 _ 8.81 _ 7.52 _ 7.14 _ 6.51 ___ 58.52 ___ 10

    ^^____1937_ 2008_ 1913_ 1996_ 1968_ 1938_ 1872_ 1933_1999_ 1996_ 1892_ 2018 __ 1903 ___^^/

    144 __ 6.00 _ 5.96 _ 6.64 _ 6.62 _ 7.58 _ 7.58 _ 8.14 _ 8.97 _ 8.82 _ 7.60 _ 7.34 _ 6.62 ___ 59.89 ___ 09

    ^^____1891_ 1887_ 1993_ 1901_ 1948_ 1975_ 1988_ 1875_1966_ 1943_ 2006_ 2008 __ 2006 ___^^/

    145 __ 6.04 _ 6.01 _ 7.41 _ 6.62 _ 7.61 _ 7.76 _ 8.29 _ 9.08 _ 9.06 _ 7.65 _ 7.38 _ 6.77 ___ 60.92 ___ 08

    ^^____1949_ 1915_ 1977_ 1984_ 1940_ 1887_ 1960_ 1942_1938_ 1911_ 1932_ 1902 __ 1990 ___^^/

    146 __ 6.46 _ 6.04 _ 7.48 _ 7.05 _ 8.00 _ 8.55 _ 8.36 _ 9.28 _ 9.32 _ 7.82 _ 7.62 _ 7.01 ___ 61.21 ___ 07

    ^^____1982_ 1981_ 2001_ 1998_ 2013_ 2006_ 1997_ 1911_1975_ 1995_ 2018_ 1901 __ 1975 ___^^/

    147 __ 6.99 _ 6.14 _ 7.70 _ 7.85 _ 8.39 _ 8.79 _ 8.50 _ 9.37 _ 9.39 _ 8.14 _ 8.09 _ 7.07 ___ 61.67 ___ 06

    ^^____1923_ 1893_ 1912_ 2014_ 1972_ 1989_ 1919_ 1971_2011_ 1877_ 1985_ 1969 __ 2007 ___^^/

    148 __ 7.02 _ 6.20 _ 8.76 _ 8.05 _ 8.51 _ 9.30 _ 8.53 _ 9.56 _10.09 _ 8.63 _ 8.24 _ 7.09 ___ 65.11 ___ 05

    ^^____1999_ 1939_ 1953_ 1973_ 1908_ 1972_ 1880_ 1873_1933_ 1983_ 1963_ 2019 __ 1989 ___^^/

    149 __ 7.54 _ 6.41 _ 8.79 _ 8.26 _ 9.10 _ 9.78 _ 8.89 _ 9.83_10.30_ 9.00 _ 8.90 _ 7.27 ___ 65.55 ___ 04

    ^^____1936_ 1920_ 1876_ 1980_ 1990_ 1903_ 1928_ 1927_1944 _1927_ 1988_ 2009 __ 2018 ___^^/

    150 __ 7.94 _ 6.69_10.41 _ 8.77 _ 9.15 _10.05_ 9.56_10.86_11.51_12.97_10.00_ 7.53 ___ 67.03 ___ 03

    ^^____1915_ 2010_ 1980_ 1874_ 1978_ 2009_ 1897_1955 _2004_ 1913_ 1889_ 1936 __ 1972 ___^^/

     

    151 __ 8.27 _ 6.83_10.54 _13.05_ 9.74 _10.10_11.77_12.36_11.96_13.31 _12.26 _ 9.77 ___ 72.81 ___ 02

    ^^____1978_ 1896_ 1983_ 2007_ 1984_ 2013_ 1975_ 1990_ 1934_ 1903_ 1977 _ 1983 __ 2011 ___^^/

    152 __10.52_ 6.87_10.69 _14.01_10.24_10.26_11.89_18.95_16.85_16.73_12.41 _ 9.98 ___ 80.56 ___ 01

    ^^____1979_ 1869_ 2010_ 1983_ 1989_ 2003_ 1889_ 2011_ 1882_ 2005_ 1972 _ 1973 __ 1983 _____^^//

    (2021) _2.31 _ 5.13 _ 3.41 _ 2.69 _ 4.36 _ x.xx _ x.xx _ x.xx _ x.xx _ x.xx _ x.xx _ x.xx __ xx.xx

    _rank __ 41 __ 133 _ t60 __ t45 ___ 107 _

    ________________________________________________________-___________________________________________________

    Extreme values for all months are highlighted in bold (June 1949 driest, August 2011 wettest).

    Tied values are in italics in each month and for the annual values. 

    Years are to be read with the values above them (e.g. Dec 1973 had 9.98", Dec 1936 had 7.53") etc. 

    __________________________________________________________________________________________

    2021 precip totals will be incorporated at end of year .... they appear below the monthly

    columns for now with ranks attained.

    U.S. precipitation records and snowfall records are not tabulated in the same format as 

    Canadian precipitation (with rain and snow amounts separated), so the only other table

    I can provide is for snowfall rankings. There were only traces in May, so the months that

    require ranking are Jan to Apr and Oct to Dec. Quite a few months have zero snowfall, those

    are listed at the top of the table in chronological order.

     

    <<< Snowfall rankings by months, years and winter seasons >>>

    Note: rank on left of table is from 1st (lowest snowfalls) to 152nd highest ... rank on right

    is the reverse, running from 152 at top to 1 at bottom for most snowfall. 

    Tied values are in italics, except for multiple ties of 0.0 or Trace in Mar, Apr, Oct, Nov, Dec.

    Trace totals are listed after zero totals, but trace = 0.0 for calculations. 

     

    Rank __ Jan __ Feb __ Mar __ Apr ______ Oct __ Nov __ Dec ____ Year ___ Winter season ___ Rank (rev)

    _01 ___ 0.0 ___ 0.0 ___ 0.0 ___ 0.0 ______ 0.0 ___ 0.0 ___ 0.0 _____  3.4 _____ 2.8 _____ _____ 152

    ^^____ 1890 __1998 __1878__1869 ____1869 __1869__ 1870 ___ 1913___ 1972-1973 _____^^//

    _02 ___ Tr ____ Tr ____ 0.0 ___ 0.0 ______ 0.0 ___ 0.0 ___ 0.0 _____ 5.6 _____ 3.5 _____ _____ 151

    ^^____ 1933 __1938 __1903__1873 ____1870 __1870__ 1877 ___ 1973___ 2001-2002 _____^^//

    _03 ___ Tr ____ Tr ____ 0.0 ___ 0.0 ______ 0.0 ___ 0.0 ___ 0.0 _____ 7.0 _____ 3.8 _____ _____ 150

    ^^_____ 2008 __1971 __2012__1876 ____1871 __1875__ 1882 ___ 1901___ 1918-1919 _____^^//

    _04 ___ 0.1 ___ Tr ____ Tr ____ 0.0 ______ 0.0 ___ 0.0 ___ 0.0 _____ 7.5 _____ 4.8 _____ _____ 149

    ^^____ 1934 __1981 __1894__1877 ____1872 __1883__ 1891 ___ 1998___ 2019-2020 _____^^//

    _05 ___ 0.2 ___ Tr ____ Tr ____ 0.0 ______ 0.0 ___ 0.0 ___ 0.0 _____  7.6 _____ 5.1 _____ _____ 148

    ^^____ 1995 __2002 __1901__1878 ____1873 __1889__ 2006 ___ 1953___ 1900-1901 _____^^//

    _06 ___ 0.3 ___ Tr ____ Tr ____ 0.0 ______ 0.0 ___ 0.0 ___ 0.0 _____ 8.0 _____ 5.3 _____ _____ 147

    ^^____ 1913 __2020 __1921__1879 ____1874 __1890__ 2011 ___ 1931___ 1931-1932 _____^^//

    _07 ___ 0.3 ___ 0.1 ___ Tr  ____ 0.0 ______ 0.0 ___ 0.0 ___ Tr ______ 8.8 _____ 5.5 _____ _____ 146

    ^^____ 1919 __1892 __1925__1880 ____1875 __1893__ 1885 ___ 1951___ 1997-1998 _____^^//

    _08 ___ 0.4 ___ 0.2 ___ Tr ____ 0.0 ______ 0.0 ___ 0.0 ___ Tr ______ 9.6 _____ 7.4 _____ _____ 145

    ^^____ 1950 __1984 __1930__1881 ____1877 __1900__ 1888 ___ 2012___ 2011-2012 _____^^//

    _09 ___ 0.5 ___ 0.2 ___ Tr ____ 0.0 ______ 0.0 ___ 0.0 ___ Tr ______ 9.9 _____ 8.1 _____ _____ 144

    ^^____ 1931 __2012 __1945__1884 ____1878 __1901__ 1895 ___ 1997___ 1877-1878 _____^^//

    _10 ___ 0.5 ___ 0.3 ___ Tr ____ 0.0 ______ 0.0 ___ 0.0 ___ Tr _____ 10.7 _____ 8.1 _____ _____ 143

    ^^____ 1998 __1989 __1946__1888 ___ 1879 __1902__ 1936 ___ 1999___ 1988-1989 _____^^//

     

    _11 ___ 0.6 ___ 0.4 ___ Tr ____ 0.0 ______ 0.0 ___ 0.0 ___ Tr _____ 12.1 _____ 9.3 _____ _____ 142

    ^^____ 1962 __1877 __1966__1889 ____1880 __1903__ 1943 ___ 1980___ 1950-1951 _____^^//

    _12 ___ 0.7 ___ 0.4 ___ Tr ____ 0.0 ______ 0.0 ___ 0.0 ___ Tr _____ 12.3 ____ 10.0 _____ _____ 141

    ^^____ 1916 __1953 __1979__1891 ____1881 __1905__ 1953 ___ 1919___ 1996-1997 _____^^//

    _13 ___ 0.8 ___ 0.4 ___ Tr ____ 0.0 ______ 0.0 ___ 0.0 ___ Tr _____ 12.3 ____ 11.3 _____ _____ 140

    ^^____ 1932 __1959 __1983__1897 ____1882 __1914__ 1965 ___ 1992___ 1941-1942 _____^^//

    _14 ___ 0.9 ___ 0.4 ___ Tr ____ 0.0 ______ 0.0 ___ 0.0 ___ Tr _____ 12.6 ____ 11.5 _____ _____ 139

    ^^____ 1951 __1982 __1986__1899 ____1883 __1918__ 1971 ___ 1932___ 1954-1955 _____^^//

    _15 ___ 1.0 ___ 0.5 ___ Tr ____ 0.0 ______ 0.0 ___ 0.0 ___ Tr _____ 12.7 ____ 11.6 _____ _____ 138

    ^^____ 1900 __1919 __1988__1901 ____1884 __1923__ 1972 ___ 1927___ 1930-1931 _____^^//

    _16 ___ 1.0 ___ 0.5 ___ Tr ____ 0.0 ______ 0.0 ___ 0.0 ___ Tr _____ 12.7 ____ 11.8 _____ _____ 137

    ^^____ 1969 __1954 __1995__1902 ____1885 __1932__ 1994 ___ 1986___ 1994-1995 _____^^//

    _17 ___ 1.1 ___ 0.7 ___ Tr ____ 0.0 ______ 0.0 ___ 0.0 ___ Tr _____ 12.8 ____ 11.9 _____ _____ 136

    ^^____ 1870 __2004 __2002__1908 ____1886 __1941__ 1996 ___ 2020___ 2007-2008 _____^^//

    _18 ___ 1.1 ___ 0.8 ___ Tr ____ 0.0 ______ 0.0 ___ 0.0 ___ Tr _____ 13.0 ____ 12.1 _____ _____ 135

    ^^____ 2019 __1909 __2008__1910 ____1887 __1946__ 1997 ___ 1930___ 1871-1872 _____^^//

    _19 ___ 1.2 ___ 0.8 ___ Tr ____ 0.0 ______ 0.0 ___ 0.0 ___ Tr _____ 13.1 ____ 12.4 _____ _____ 134

    ^^____ 1956 __1983 __2010__1922 ____1888 __1960__ 1999 ___ 1971___ 2006-2007 _____^^//

    _20 ___ 1.3 ___ 1.0 ___ Tr ____ 0.0 ______ 0.0 ___ 0.0 ___ Tr _____ 13.4 ____ 12.6 _____ _____ 133

    ^^____ 1911 __1890 __2020__1934 ____1889 __1964__ 2001 ___ 1946___ 1991-1992 _____^^//

     

    _21 ___ 1.3 ___ 1.0 ___ 0.1 ___ 0.0 ______ 0.0 ___ 0.0 ___ Tr _____ 13.6 ____ 12.7 _____ _____ 132

    ^^____ 1914 __1992 __1871__1941 ____1890 __1965__ 2015 ___ 1900___ 1998-1999 _____^^//

    _22 ___ 1.4 ___ 1.1 ___ 0.1 ___ 0.0 ______ 0.0 ___ 0.0 ___ Tr _____ 13.7 ____ 12.8 _____ _____ 131

    ^^____ 1967 __1968 __1954__1945 ____1891 __1966__ 2018 ___ 1878___ 1979-1980 _____^^//

    _23 ___ 1.5 ___ 1.3 ___ 0.1 ___ 0.0 ______ 0.0 ___ 0.0 ___ 0.1 ____ 13.7 ____ 13.0 _____ _____ 130

    ^^____ 1876 __1898 __2014__1948 ____1892 __1970__ 1899 ___ 1954___ 1958-1959 _____^^//

    _24 ___ 1.5 ___ 1.3 ___ 0.2 ___ 0.0 ______ 0.0 ___ 0.0 ___ 0.1 ____ 13.9 ____ 13.0 _____ _____ 129

    ^^____ 1906 __1925 __1913__1949 ____1893 __1973__ 1900 ___ 1937___ 1985-1986 _____^^//

    _25 ___ 1.5 ___ 1.5 ___ 0.2 ___ 0.0 ______ 0.0 ___ 0.0 ___ 0.1 ____ 13.9 ____ 13.1 _____ _____ 128

    ^^____ 1959 __1988 __1927__1951 ____1894 __1979__ 1931 ___ 1989___ 1974-1975 _____^^//

    _26 ___ 1.5 ___ 1.7 ___ 0.2 ___ 0.0 ______ 0.0 ___ 0.0 ___ 0.1 ____ 14.4 ____ 13.4 _____ _____ 127

    ^^____ 1992 __1999 __1929__1952 ____1895 __1981__ 1954 ___ 1928___ 1989-1990 _____^^//

    _27 ___ 1.5 ___ 1.8 ___ 0.2 ___ 0.0 ______ 0.0 ___ 0.0 ___ 0.1 ____ 14.5 ____ 13.6 _____ _____ 126

    ^^____ 1993 __1932 __1962__1955 ____1896 __1982__ 1974 ___ 1990___ 1899-1900 _____^^//

    _28 ___ 1.5 ___ 1.8 ___ 0.2 ___ 0.0 ______ 0.0 ___ 0.0 ___ 0.3 ____ 14.5 ____ 13.6 _____ _____ 125

    ^^____ 2013 __1990 __1973__1960 ____1897 __1988__ 1906 ___ 2002___ 1929-1930 _____^^//

    _29 ___ 1.8 ___ 1.9 ___ 0.2 ___ 0.0 ______ 0.0 ___ 0.0 ___ 0.3 ____ 14.9 ____ 13.8 _____ _____ 124

    ^^____ 1949 __1942 __1985__1966 ____1898 __1990__ 1913 ___ 1962___ 1928-1929 _____^^//

    _30 ___ 1.8 ___ 1.9 ___ 0.2 ___ 0.0 ______ 0.0 ___ 0.0 ___ 0.3 ____ 15.0 ____ 14.0 _____ _____ 123

    ^^____ 1973 __1951 __1991__1968 ____1899 __1992__ 1918 ___ 2008___ 1949-1950 _____^^//

     

    _31 ___ 1.8 ___ 1.9 ___ 0.3 ___ 0.0 ______ 0.0 ___ 0.0 ___ 0.3 ____ 15.2 ____ 14.5 _____ _____ 122

    ^^____ 1990 __1960 __1874__1969 ____1900 __1998__ 1941 ___ 1975___ 1927-1928 _____^^//

    _32 ___ 1.9 ___ 2.0 ___ 0.3 ___ 0.0 ______ 0.0 ___ 0.0 ___ 0.3 ____ 15.3 ____ 15.1 _____ _____ 121

    ^^____ 1872 __1878 __1975__1981 ____1901 __1999__ 1988 ___ 2007___ 1937-1938 _____^^//

    _33 ___ 1.9 ___ 2.5 ___ 0.4 ___ 0.0 ______ 0.0 ___ 0.0 ___ 0.4 ____ 15.7 ____ 15.1 _____ _____ 120

    ^^____ 1983 __1912 __1873__1984 ____1902 __2000__ 1977 ___ 1955___ 1952-1953 _____^^//

    _34 ___ 2.0 ___ 2.5 ___ 0.4 ___ 0.0 ______ 0.0 ___ 0.0 ___ 0.4 ____ 15.7 ____ 15.3 _____ _____ 119

    ^^____ 1901 __1965 __2000__1987 ____1904 __2001__ 1992 ___ 1988 __ 1912-1913 _____^^//

    _35 ___ 2.0 ___ 2.6 ___ 0.5 ___ 0.0 ______ 0.0 ___ 0.0 ___ 0.4 ____ 16.0 ____ 15.5 _____ _____ 118

    ^^____ 1975 __1913 __1942__1988 ____1905 __2003__ 2012 ___ 1950___ 1970-1971 _____^^//

    _36 ___ 2.0 ___ 2.6 ___ 0.6 ___ 0.0 ______ 0.0 ___ 0.0 ___ 0.5 ____ 16.6 ____ 15.6 _____ _____ 117

    ^^____ 1980 __2019 __1918__1989 ____1906 __2006__ 1978 ___ 2019___ 1936-1937 _____^^//

    _37 ___ 2.0 ___ 2.7 ___ 0.6 ___ 0.0 ______ 0.0 ___ 0.0 ___ 0.6 ____ 17.4 ____ 15.8 _____ _____ 116

    ^^____ 2006 __1956 __1932__1991 ____1907 __2009__ 1986 ___ 1891___ 1953-1954 _____^^//

    _38 ___ 2.1 ___ 2.7 ___ 0.6 ___ 0.0 ______ 0.0 ___ 0.0 ___ 0.7 ____ 17.8 ____ 16.3 _____ _____ 115

    ^^____ 2010 __1980 __1977__1993 ____1908 __2011__ 1937 ___ 1968___ 1962-1963 _____^^//

    _39 ___ 2.2 ___ 2.8 ___ 0.7 ___ 0.0 ______ 0.0 ___ 0.0 ___ 0.7 ____ 18.1 ____ 16.3 _____ _____ 114

    ^^____ 1986 __1952 __1938__1994 ____1909 __2015__ 1991 ___ 1929___ 1999-2000 _____^^//

    _40 ___ 2.3 ___ 3.0 ___ 0.7 ___ 0.0 ______ 0.0 ___ 0.0 ___ 0.9 ____ 18.4 ____ 16.5 _____ _____ 113

    ^^____ 1929 __1872 __1982__1998 ____1910 __2019__ 1924 ___ 1991___ 1888-1889 _____^^//

     

    _41 ___ 2.3 ___ 3.0 ___ 0.8 ___ 0.0 ______ 0.0 ___ 0.0 ___ 0.9 ____ 18.5 ____ 17.3 _____ _____ 112

    ^^____ 2020 __1888 __1869__1999 ____1911 __2020__ 1925 ___ 1949___ 1975-1976 _____^^//

    _42 ___ 2.5 ___ 3.0 ___ 0.9 ___ 0.0 ______ 0.0 ___ Tr ____ 0.9 ____ 18.7 ____ 18.1 _____ _____ 111

    ^^____ 1880 __1901 __1953__2001 ____1912 __1874__ 1956 ___ 1981___ 1961-1962 _____^^//

    _43 ___ 2.5 ___ 3.4 ___ 0.9 ___ 0.0 ______ 0.0 ___ Tr ____ 0.9 ____ 19.5 ____ 18.6 _____ _____ 110

    ^^____ 1924 __1937 __2016__2004 ____1913 __1877__ 1985 ___ 1942___ 1920-1921 _____^^//

    _44 ___ 2.5 ___ 3.6 ___ 1.0 ___ 0.0 ______ 0.0 ___ Tr ____ 1.0 ____ 19.5 ____ 18.8 _____ _____ 109

    ^^____ 1960 __1931 __1886__2005 ____1914 __1881__ 1875 ___ 1985___ 1875-1876 _____^^//

    _45 ___ 2.6 ___ 3.7 ___ 1.0 ___ 0.0 ______ 0.0 ___ Tr ____ 1.0 ____ 20.0 ____ 19.1 _____ _____ 108

    ^^____ 1955 __1918 __2011__2008 ____1915 __1885__ 1905 ___ 1977___ 1987-1988 _____^^//

    _46 ___ 2.6 ___ 3.7 ___ 1.2 ___ 0.0 ______ 0.0 ___ Tr ____ 1.0 ____ 20.1 ____ 19.4 _____ _____ 107

    ^^____ 2007 __1963 __1926__2010 ____1916 __1886__ 1934 ___ 1976___ 1980-1981 _____^^//

    _47 ___ 2.7 ___ 3.8 ___ 1.2 ___ 0.0 ______ 0.0 ___ Tr ____ 1.0 ____ 20.3 ____ 19.5 _____ _____ 106

    ^^____ 1928 __1930 __1961__2012 ____1917 __1891__ 2014 ___ 1906___ 1967-1968 _____^^//

    _48 ___ 2.8 ___ 3.8 ___ 1.3 ___ 0.0 ______ 0.0 ___ Tr ____ 1.3 ____ 20.4 ____ 19.7 _____ _____ 105

    ^^____ 1972 __1997 __1910__2013 ___ 1918 __1895__ 1881 ___ 1918___ 1951-1952 _____^^//

    _49 ___ 3.0 ___ 3.8 ___ 1.3 ___ 0.0 ______ 0.0 ___ Tr ____ 1.3 ____ 20.8 ____ 20.0 _____ _____ 104

    ^^____ 1896 __2007 __1971__2015 ____1919 __1899__ 1946 ___ 1903___ 1905-1906 _____^^//

    _50 ___ 3.1 ___ 4.0 ___ 1.3 ___ 0.0 ______ 0.0 ___ Tr ____ 1.3 ____ 20.9 ____ 20.4 _____ _____ 103

    ^^____ 1926 __1880 __2006__2017 ____1920 __1907__ 1949 ___ 1974___ 1908-1909 _____^^//

     

    _51 ___ 3.5 ___ 4.0 ___ 1.4 ___ 0.0 ______ 0.0 ___ Tr ____ 1.4 ____ 21.0 ____ 20.5 _____ _____ 102

    ^^____ 1921 __1928 __1950__2019 ____1921 __1910__ 1989 ___ 1889___ 2018-2019 _____^^//

    _52 ___ 3.5 ___ 4.0 ___ 1.5 ___ Tr _______ 0.0 ___ Tr ____ 1.5 ____ 21.0 ____ 20.8 _____ _____ 101

    ^^____ 1930 __2016 __1879__1872 ____1922 __1913__ 1898 ___ 1943___ 1885-1886 _____^^//

    _53 ___ 3.5 ___ 4.3 ___ 1.5 ___ Tr _______ 0.0 ___ Tr ____ 1.5 ____ 21.2 ____ 21.2 _____ _____ 100

    ^^____ 1940 __2009 __1936__1885 ____1923 __1915__ 1923 ___ 1970___ 1897-1898 _____^^//

    _54 ___ 3.5 ___ 4.4 ___ 1.7 ___ Tr _______ 0.0 ___ Tr ____ 1.6 ____ 21.3 ____ 21.4 _____ _____ 99

    ^^____ 2002 __1943 __1997__1895 ____1924 __1916__ 1983 ___ 1965___ 1965-1966 _____^^//

    _55 ___ 3.6 ___ 4.5 ___ 1.8 ___ Tr _______ 0.0 ___ Tr ____ 1.7 ____ 21.6 ____ 21.9 _____ _____ 98

    ^^____ 1968 __1875 __1905__1900 ____1927 __1919__ 1920 ___ 2001___ 1956-1957 _____^^//

    _56 ___ 3.8 ___ 4.5 ___ 1.8 ___ Tr _______ 0.0 ___ Tr ____ 1.7 ____ 22.5 ____ 22.3 _____ _____ 97

    ^^____ 1915 __1915 __1931__1903 ____1930 __1920__ 1938 ___ 1870___ 1926-1927 _____^^//

    _57 ___ 4.0 ___ 4.6 ___ 1.9 ___ Tr _______ 0.0 ___ Tr ____ 2.0 ____ 22.5 ____ 22.7 _____ _____ 96

    ^^____ 1889 __1927 __1987__1904 ____1931 __1921__ 1901 ___ 1895___ 1879-1880 _____^^//

    _58 ___ 4.0 ___ 4.8 ___ 2.0 ___ Tr _______ 0.0 ___ Tr ____ 2.0 ____ 22.5 ____ 22.9 _____ _____ 95

    ^^____ 1902 __2011 __1887__1905 ____1932 __1924__ 1928 ___ 1910___ 1971-1972 _____^^//

    _59 ___ 4.1 ___ 4.9 ___ 2.0 ___ Tr _______ 0.0 ___ Tr ____ 2.0 ____ 22.9 ____ 23.1 _____ _____ 94 

    ^^____ 1953 __2016 __1898__1906 ____1933 __1926__ 1978 ___ 1972___ 1986-1987 _____^^//

    _60 ___ 4.2 ___ 5.0 ___ 2.0 ___ Tr _______ 0.0 ___ Tr ____ 2.1 ____ 23.1 ____ 23.5 _____ _____ 93

    ^^____ 1946 __1904 __1935__1909 ____1935 __1927__ 1927 ___ 1963___ 1973-1974 _____^^//

     

    _61 ___ 4.3 ___ 5.0 ___ 2.1 ___ Tr _______ 0.0 ___ Tr ____ 2.1 ____ 23.3 ____ 23.8 _____ _____ 92

    ^^____ 2012 __1910 __1891__1912 ____1938 __1928__ 1981 ___ 1885___ 1910-1911 _____^^//

    _62 ___ 4.4 ___ 5.0 ___ 2.2 ___ Tr _______ 0.0 ___ Tr ____ 2.3 ____ 24.0 ____ 23.8 _____ _____ 91

    ^^____ 1997 __1976 __1884__1913 ____1939 __1929__ 1975 ___ 1881___ 1943-1944 _____^^//

    _63 ___ 4.5 ___ 5.2 ___ 2.3 ___ Tr _______ 0.0 ___ Tr ____ 2.4 ____ 24.2 ____ 24.1 _____ _____ 90

    ^^____ 1903 __1955 __1881__1914 ____1941 __1930__ 1970 ___ 1921___ 1984-1985 _____^^//

    _64 ___ 4.5 ___ 5.2 ___ 2.3 ___ Tr _______ 0.0 ___ Tr ____ 2.5 ____ 25.5 ____ 24.4 _____ _____ 89

    ^^____ 1999 __2000 __1972__1919 ____1942 __1934__ 2019 ___ 1959___ 1889-1890 _____^^//

    _65 ___ 4.6 ___ 5.3 ___ 2.5 ___ Tr _______ 0.0 ___ Tr ____ 2.6 ____ 25.5 ____ 24.4 _____ _____ 88

    ^^____ 1885 __1886 __1937__1920 ____1943 __1939__ 1914 ___ 1982___ 1964-1965 _____^^//

    _66 ___ 4.7 ___ 5.3 ___ 2.5 ___ Tr _______ 0.0 ___ Tr ____ 2.6 ____ 25.8 ____ 24.5 _____ _____ 87

    ^^____ 2003 __1891 __1989__1923 ____1945 __1942__ 1987 ___ 1983___ 1976-1977 _____^^//

    _67 ___ 4.8 ___ 5.4 ___ 2.6 ___ Tr _______ 0.0 ___ Tr ____ 2.8 ____ 25.8 ____ 24.5 _____ _____ 86

    ^^____ 1944 __1941 __1957__1925 ____1946 __1943__ 1973 ___ 2004___ 1992-1993 _____^^//

    _68 ___ 5.0 ___ 5.5 ___ 2.7 ___ Tr _______ 0.0 ___ Tr ____ 2.8 ____ 25.9 ____ 24.6 _____ _____ 85

    ^^____ 1989 __1939 __1919__1926 ____1947 __1944__ 1980 ___ 1939___ 1981-1982 _____^^//

    _69 ___ 5.3 ___ 5.8 ___ 2.7 ___ Tr _______ 0.0 ___ Tr ____ 2.9 ____ 26.1 ____ 24.9 _____ _____ 84

    ^^____ 1899 __1905 __1951__1928 ____1948 __1947__ 1908 ___ 1952___ 1990-1991 _____^^//

    _70 ___ 5.3 ___ 5.8 ___ 2.8 ___ Tr _______ 0.0 ___ Tr ____ 2.9 ____ 26.2 ____ 25.3 _____ _____ 83

    ^^____ 1963 __1977 __1882__1929 ____1949 __1948__ 2007 ___ 1987___ 1891-1892 _____^^//

     

    _71 ___ 5.5 ___ 6.0 ___ 2.8 ___ Tr _______ 0.0 ___ Tr ____ 3.0 ____ 26.2 ____ 25.4 _____ _____ 82

    ^^____ 1947 __1906 __1963__1930 ____1950 __1950__ 1892 ___ 1995___ 1983-1984 _____^^//

    _72 ___ 5.6 ___ 6.4 ___ 2.8 ___ Tr _______ 0.0 ___ Tr ____ 3.0 ____  26.3 ____ 25.6 _____ _____ 81

    ^^____ 1976 __1970 __1965__1931 ____1951 __1951__ 1940 ___ 1909___ 1969-1970 _____^^//

    _73 ___ 5.7 ___ 6.6 ___ 3.0 ___ Tr _______ 0.0 ___ Tr ____ 3.0 ____ 26.9 ____ 25.7 _____ _____ 80

    ^^____ 1927 __1900 __1872__1932 ____1953 __1954__ 1982 ___ 1924___ 1939-1940 _____^^//

    _74 ___ 5.8 ___ 7.0 ___ 3.1 ___ Tr _______ 0.0 ___ Tr ____ 3.0 ____ 27.0 ____ 26.1 _____ _____ 79

    ^^____ 1917 __1889 __1924__1933 ____1954 __1956__ 2004 ___ 1905___ 2012-2013 _____^^//

    _75 ___ 6.1 ___ 7.0 ___ 3.1 ___ Tr _______ 0.0 ___ Tr ____ 3.1 ____ 27.1 ____ 27.0 _____ _____ 78

    ^^____ 1878 __1957 __1990__1935 ____1955 __1957__ 1939 ___ 1936___ 1894-1895 _____^^//

    _76 ___ 6.2 ___ 7.0 ___ 3.2 ___ Tr _______ 0.0 ___ Tr ____ 3.1 ____ 27.4 ____ 27.0 _____ _____ 77

    ^^____ 1952 __1987 __1974__1936 ____1956 __1958__ 1964 ___ 1877___ 1932-1933_____^^//

    _77 ___ 6.4 ___ 7.2 ___ 3.5 ___ Tr _______ 0.0 ___ Tr ____ 3.2 ____ 27.7 ____ 27.1 _____ _____ 76

    ^^____ 1942 __1922 __1908__1937 ____1957 __1961__ 2016 ___ 1880___ 1944-1945 _____^^//

    _78 ___ 6.5 ___ 7.2 ___ 3.5 ___ Tr _______ 0.0 ___ Tr ____ 3.3 ____ 27.8 ____ 27.2 _____ _____ 75

    ^^____ 1937 __1935 __2003__1939 ____1958 __1962__ 1951 ___ 1940___ 1909-1910 _____^^//

    _79 ___ 6.5 ___ 7.7 ___ 3.6 ___ Tr _______ 0.0 ___ Tr ____ 3.3 ____ 28.1 ____ 27.2 _____ _____ 74

    ^^____ 1938 __1944 __1911__1943 ____1959 __1963__ 1955 ___ 1938___ 1982-1983 _____^^//

    _80 ___ 6.6 ___ 7.9 ___ 3.6 ___ Tr _______ 0.0 ___ Tr ____ 3.5 ____ 28.2 ____ 27.5 _____ _____ 73

    ^^____ 1874 __1946 __1955__1946 ____1961 __1968__ 1979 ___ 1911___ 1923-1924 _____^^//

     

    _81 ___ 6.6 ___ 8.0 ___ 3.8 ___ Tr _______ 0.0 ___ Tr ____ 3.8 ____ 29.3 ____ 27.6 _____ _____  72

    ^^____ 1887 __1884 __1876__1947 ____1963 __1969__ 1950 ___ 1984___ 2008-2009 _____^^//

    _82 ___ 6.6 ___ 8.0 ___ 3.8 ___ Tr _______ 0.0 ___ Tr ____ 3.8 ____ 29.5 ____ 27.8 _____ _____ 71

    ^^____ 1979 __1887 __2001__1953 ____1964 __1971__ 1958 ___ 1922___ 1869-1870 _____^^//

    _83 ___ 7.8 ___ 8.1 ___ 3.9 ___ Tr _______ 0.0 ___ Tr ____ 3.9 ____ 29.6 ____ 27.8 _____ _____ 70

    ^^____ 1974 __1945 __1922__1961 ____1966 __1972__ 1871 ___ 2013___ 1921-1922 _____^^//

    _84 ___ 7.9 ___ 8.5 ___ 4.0 ___ Tr _______ 0.0 ___ Tr ____ 4.0 ____ 29.7 ____ 28.3 _____ _____ 69

    ^^____ 2017 __1950 __1889__1962 ____1967 __1975__ 1894 ___ 1957___ 1901-1902 _____^^//

    _85 ___ 8.0 ___ 8.9 ___ 4.0 ___ Tr _______ 0.0 ___ Tr ____ 4.1 ____ 29.7 ____ 25.5^^(28.5) ___ 68

    ^^____ 1981 __1881 __1895__1963 ____1968 __1976__ 1897 ___ 2000___ 1868-1869 _____^^//

    _86 ___ 8.2 ___ 9.0 ___ 4.0 ___ Tr _______ 0.0 ___ Tr ____ 4.5 ____ 29.8 ____ 28.8 _____ _____ 67

    ^^____ 1920 __1895 __1970__1964 ____1969 __1980__ 1962 ___ 1890___ 1890-1891 _____^^//

    _87 ___ 8.3 ___ 9.0 ___ 4.1 ___ Tr _______ 0.0 ___ Tr ____ 5.1 ____ 30.0 ____ 28.8 _____ _____ 66

    ^^____ 2001 __2008 __1885__1967 ____1970 __1983__ 1910 ___ 1969___ 1902-1903 _____^^//

    _88 ___ 8.4 ___ 9.1 ___ 4.2 ___ Tr _______ 0.0 ___ Tr ____ 5.1 ____ 30.1 ____ 28.8 _____ _____ 65

    ^^____ 1970 __1991 __1949__1970 ____1971 __1984__ 1976 ___ 1956___ 1914-1915 _____^^//

    _89 ___ 8.4 ___ 9.3 ___ 4.3 ___ Tr _______ 0.0 ___ Tr ____ 5.3 ____ 30.2 ____ 29.4 _____ _____ 64

    ^^____ 1985 __1870 __1909__1972 ____1973 __1985__ 1869 ___ 1979___ 1978-1979 _____^^//

    _90 ___ 8.4 ___ 9.3 ___ 4.4 ___ Tr _______ 0.0 ___ Tr ____ 5.3 ____ 30.3 ____ 29.5 _____ _____ 63

    ^^____ 1991 __1882 __1976__1973 ____1974 __1986__ 1907 ___ 2006___ 1911-1912 _____^^//

     

    _91 ___ 8.9 ___ 9.3 ___ 4.5 ___ Tr _______ 0.0 ___ Tr ____ 5.4 ____ 30.5 ____ 29.5 _____ _____ 62

    ^^____ 1957 __1929 __1912__1975 ____1975 __1991__ 1879 ___ 1925___ 1942-1943 _____^^//

    _92 ___ 9.0 ___ 9.4 ___ 4.5 ___ Tr _______ 0.0 ___ Tr ____ 5.5 ____ 30.5 ____ 29.6 _____ _____ 61

    ^^____ 1898 __1974 __1999__1976 ____1976 __1993__ 1878 ___ 1944___ 1924-1925 _____^^//

    _93 ___ 9.0 ___ 9.4 ___ 4.6 ___ Tr _______ 0.0 ___ Tr ____ 5.5 ____ 30.5 ____ 30.1 _____ _____ 60

    ^^____ 2009 __2017 __1980__1977 ____1977 __1994__ 1984 ___ 1966 __ 1870-1871 _____^^//

    _94 ___ 9.2 ___ 9.5 ___ 4.8 ___ Tr _______ 0.0 ___ Tr ____ 5.5 ____ 30.7 ____ 30.2 _____ _____ 59

    ^^____ 1941 __1896 __1899__1978 ____1978 __1997__ 1967 ___ 1876___ 1968-1969 _____^^//

    _95 ___ 9.2 ___ 9.5 ___ 4.8 ___ Tr _______ 0.0 ___ Tr ____ 5.7 ____ 30.8 ____ 30.2 _____ _____ 58

    ^^____ 1958 __2001 __1933__1979 ____1980 __2002__ 1930 ___ 1869___ 2016-2017 _____^^//

    _96 ___ 9.4 ___ 9.6 ___ 4.8 ___ Tr _______ 0.0 ___ Tr ____ 6.0 ____ 30.8 ____ 30.6 _____ _____ 57

    ^^____ 1883 __1869 __1944__1980 ____1981 __2004__ 1889 ___ 1887___ 1946-1947 _____^^//

    _97 ___ 9.4 ___ 9.6 ___ 4.8 ___ Tr _______ 0.0 ___ Tr ____ 6.0 ____ 31.0 ____ 31.4 _____ _____ 56

    ^^____ 1894 __1962 __1948__1985 ____1982 __2005__ 2008 ___ 1993___ 1881-1882 _____^^//

    _98 ___ 9.4 ___ 9.8 ___ 4.8 ___ Tr _______ 0.0 ___ Tr ____ 6.3 ____ 31.1 ____ 31.4 _____ _____ 55

    ^^____ 1922 __1966 __2004__1986 ____1983 __2007__ 1929 ___ 1886___ 1945-1946 _____^^//

    _99 ___ 9.5 ___ 9.9 ___ 5.0 ___ Tr _______ 0.0 ___ Tr ____ 6.4 ____ 31.6 ____ 31.9 _____ _____ 54

    ^^____ 1895 __1903 __1998__1992 ____1984 __2008__ 1903 ___ 1884___ 1886-1887 _____^^//

    _100___ 9.5 ___ 9.9 ___ 5.3 ___ Tr _______ 0.0 ___ Tr ____ 6.6 ____ 31.8 ____ 32.4 _____ _____ 53

    ^^____ 1943 __1986 __1897__1995 ____1985 __2010__ 1935 ___ 1908___ 1903-1904 _____^^//

     

    _101___ 9.5 ___10.0___ 5.3 ___ Tr _______ 0.0 ___ Tr ____ 6.7 ____ 32.2 ____ 32.4 _____ _____ 52

    ^^____ 2000 __1985 __1920__1997 ____1986 __2013__ 1944 ___ 1912___ 1925-1926 _____^^//

    _102___10.0___10.2___ 5.3 ___ Tr _______ 0.0 ___ Tr ____ 6.8 ____ 33.0 ____ 32.8 _____ _____ 51

    ^^____ 1891 __1883 __1940__2002 ____1987 __2016__ 1969 ___ 1933___ 2015-2016 _____^^//

    _103___10.0___10.3___ 5.4 ___ Tr _______ 0.0 ___ Tr ____ 6.9 ____ 34.0 ____ 33.2 _____ _____ 50

    ^^____ 1908 __1936 __1904__2007 ____1988 __2017 __ 1993 ___ 1897___ 1907-1908 _____^^//

    _104___10.3___10.6___ 5.6 ___ Tr _______ 0.0 ___ 0.1 ___ 7.0 ____ 34.0 ____ 33.2 _____ _____ 49

    ^^____ 1884 __1975 __1969__2009 ____1989 __1876__ 1968 ___ 2009___ 1935-1936 _____^^//

    _105___10.3___10.7___ 5.7 ___ Tr _______ 0.0 ___ 0.1 ___ 7.2 ____ 34.1 ____ 33.5 _____ _____ 48

    ^^____ 1939 __1949 __1928__2011 ____1990 __1878__ 1990 ___ 1941__ 1955-1956 _____^^//

    _106___10.6___10.7___ 5.9 ___ Tr _______ 0.0 ___ 0.1 ___ 7.3 ____ 34.3 ____ 33.8 _____ _____ 47

    ^^____ 1873 __1958 __1900__2014 ____1991 __1925__ 1921 ___ 1871___ 1934-1935 _____^^//

    _107___11.0___10.7___ 6.0 ___ Tr _______ 0.0 ___ 0.1 ___ 7.5 ____ 34.3 ____ 34.4 _____ _____ 46

    ^^____ 1907 __1993 __1964__2016 ____1992 __1974__ 1952 ___ 1915___ 1884-1885 _____^^//

    _108___11.1___11.0___ 6.0 ___ Tr _______ 0.0 ___ 0.1 ___ 7.7 ____ 34.6 ____ 34.5 _____ _____ 45

    ^^____ 1888 __1897 __2007__2020 ____1993 __1996__ 1961 ___ 1892___ 1917-1918 _____^^//

    _109___11.1___11.4___ 6.1 ___ 0.1 ______ 0.0 ___ 0.2 ___ 7.7 ____ 34.7 ____ 35.0 _____ _____ 44

    ^^____ 1910 __1879 __1893__1921 ____1994 __1887__ 2017 ___ 2017___ 2000-2001 _____^^//

    _110___11.2___11.6___ 6.1 ___ 0.1 ______ 0.0 ___ 0.2 ___ 8.0 ____ 35.3 ____ 35.6 _____ _____ 43

    ^^____ 2018 __1995 __1947__1927 ____1995 __1977__ 1922 ___ 1898___ 1880-1881 _____^^//

     

    _111___11.3___11.9___ 6.1 ___ 0.1 ______ 0.0 ___ 0.2 ___ 8.1 ____ 35.4 ____ 35.8 _____ _____ 42

    ^^____ 1897 __1924 __1968__2006 ____1996 __2014__ 1915 ___ 1894___ 1878-1879 _____^^//

    _112___11.4___12.0___ 6.5 ___ 0.2 ______ 0.0 ___ 0.3 ___ 8.3 ____ 35.5 ____ 37.3 _____ _____ 41

    ^^____ 1909 __1940 __1877__1958 ____1997 __1871__ 1893 ___ 1899___ 1938-1939 _____^^//

    _113___11.4___12.1 ___ 6.5 ___ 0.3 ______ 0.0 ___ 0.3 ___ 8.5 ____ 36.0 ____ 37.7 _____ _____ 40

    ^^____ 1971 __1871 __1902__1870 ____1998 __1917__ 1911 ___ 2016___ 1873-1874 _____^^//

    _114___11.5___12.2___ 6.7 ___ 0.3 ______ 0.0 ___ 0.4 ___ 8.5 ____ 36.5 ____ 39.0 _____ _____ 39

    ^^____ 1881 __1917 __1969__1954 ____1999 __1884__ 1942 ___ 1874___ 1940-1941 _____^^//

    _115___11.6___12.2___ 6.8 ___ 0.3 ______ 0.0 ___ 0.5 ___ 8.6 ____ 36.5 ____ 39.2 _____ _____ 38

    ^^____ 1966 __2013 __1978__1974 ____2001 __1894__ 2013 ___ 1964___ 1893-1894 _____^^//

    _116___11.7___12.5___ 6.9 ___ 0.4 ______ 0.0 ___ 0.5 ___ 8.7 ____ 37.6 ____ 39.2 _____ _____ 37

    ^^____ 1984 __1876 __2005__1971 ____2003 __1904__ 1957 ___ 1934___ 1959-1960 _____^^//

    _117___11.8___12.8___ 7.0 ___ 0.5 ______ 0.0 ___ 0.5 ___ 8.8 ____ 37.8 ____ 40.0 _____ _____ 36

    ^^____ 1982 __1933 __1939__1874 ____2004 __1933__ 1920 ___ 1888___ 2005-2006 _____^^//

    _118___12.0 ___13.1___ 7.1 ___ 0.5 ______ 0.0 ___ 0.5 ___ 9.0 ____ 38.1 ____ 40.3 _____ _____ 35

    ^^____ 1994 __1916 __1943__1882 ____2005 __1949__ 1887 ___ 1879___ 1876-1877 _____^^//

    _119___12.1___13.3___ 7.3 ___ 0.5 ______ 0.0 ___ 0.5 ___ 9.0 ____ 38.2 ____ 40.5 _____ _____ 34

    ^^____ 1936 __1911 __2013__1883 ____2006 __1959__ 1909 ___ 1872___ 1913-1914 _____^^//

    _120___12.2___13.3___ 7.4 ___ 0.5 ______ 0.0 ___ 0.8 ___ 9.1 ____ 39.6 ____ 40.9 _____ _____ 33

    ^^____ 1892 __1921 __1952__1893 ____2007 __1909__ 1966 ___ 2018___ 2017-2018 _____^^//

     

    _121___12.3___13.6 ___ 7.7 ___ 0.5 ______ 0.0 ___ 0.8 ___ 9.3 ____ 39.7 ____ 41.0 _____ _____ 32

    ^^____ 1945 __1948 __1915__1911 ____2008 __1912__ 1873 ___ 1945___ 2004-2005 _____^^//

    _122___12.7___13.6 ___ 8.1 ___ 0.6 ______ 0.0 ___ 0.8 ___ 9.4 ____ 39.8 ____ 42.0 _____ _____ 31

    ^^____ 1954 __2015 __1923__1959 ____2009 __1937__ 1932 ___ 1958___ 1948-1949 _____^^//

    _123___13.0___14.1___ 8.1 ___ 0.6 ______ 0.0 ___ 1.0 ___ 9.7 ____ 40.5 ____ 42.6 _____ _____ 30

    ^^____ 1912 __1964 __1994__1990 ____2010 __1906__ 2005 ___ 1920___ 2003-2004 _____^^//

    _124___13.0___14.4___ 8.3 ___ 0.7 ______ 0.0 ___ 1.0 ___10.1____ 40.7 ____ 43.1 _____ _____ 29

    ^^____ 1977 __1908 __1880__1996 ____2012 __1908__ 1874 ___ 1902___ 1881-1882 _____^^//

    _125___13.2___14.6 ___ 8.3 ___ 0.8 ______ 0.0 ___ 1.0 ___10.3____ 41.2 ____ 44.1 _____ _____ 28

    ^^____ 1918 __1885 __2009__1983 ____2013 __1911__ 1886 ___ 1873___ 1882-1883 _____^^//

    _126___13.3___15.8___ 8.6 ___ 1.0 ______ 0.0 ___ 1.0 ___10.5____ 41.5 ____ 44.7 _____ _____ 27

    ^^____ 1964 __1902 __1934__1886 ____2014 __1922__ 2020 ___ 1960___ 1957-1958 _____^^//

    _127___13.5___15.8___ 8.6 ___ 1.0 ______ 0.0 ___ 1.0 ___10.7____ 42.1 ____ 44.7 _____ _____ 26

    ^^____ 1886 __2005 __1981__1892 ____2015 __1955__ 1884 ___ 1935___ 1963-1964 _____^^//

    _128___13.6___16.6___ 9.4 ___ 1.0 ______ 0.0 ___ 1.1 ___11.0____ 42.3 ____ 45.5 _____ _____ 25

    ^^____ 1987 __1969 __1992__1894 ____2016 __1987__ 2002 ___ 1926___ 1887-1888 _____^^//

    _129___13.9___17.4___ 9.6 ___ 1.2 ______ 0.0 ___ 1.4 ___11.3____ 42.8 ____ 45.6 _____ _____ 24

    ^^____ 1988 __1914 __1872__1965 ____2017 __1880__ 1963 ___ 1914___ 1896-1897 _____^^//

    _130___14.5___17.5___ 9.7 ___ 1.2 ______ 0.0 ___ 1.5 ___11.4____ 43.8 ____ 46.0 _____ _____ 23

    ^^____ 1875 __1893 __2017__2000 ____2018 __1888__ 1890 ___ 1961___ 1895-1896 _____^^//

     

    _131___14.8___17.7___10.0___ 1.8 ______ 0.0 ___ 1.7 ___11.4____ 44.1 ____ 47.6 _____ _____ 22

    ^^____ 1965 __1947 __1883__1940 ____2019 __1952__ 1912 ___ 1882___ 1919-1920 _____^^//

    _132___15.1___17.8___10.4___ 1.9 ______ 0.0 ___ 2.0 ___11.5____ 44.7 ____ 48.2 _____ _____ 21

    ^^____ 1869 __1972 __2019__1950 ____2020 __1873__ 1880 ___ 2011___ 1904-1905 _____^^//

    _133___15.3___18.2___11.5___ 2.0 ______ Tr ____ 2.0 ___11.5 ____ 46.5 ____ 49.3 _____ _____ 20

    ^^____ 2005 __1961 __1906__1871 ____1903 __1931__ 1995 ___ 1994___ 2002-2003 _____^^//

    _134___15.3___18.8___11.6___ 2.2 ______ Tr ____ 2.2 ___11.7____ 47.3 ____ 49.4 _____ _____ 19

    ^^____ 1948 __1923 __2018__1942 ____1926 __1940__ 1926 ___ 1875___ 1892-1893 _____^^//

    _135___15.6___18.9___11.7___ 2.5 ______ Tr ____ 2.2 ___12.3____ 47.7 ____ 50.3 _____ _____ 18

    ^^____ 1904 __1873 __1917__1870 ____1928 __1953__ 1876 ___ 2005___ 2014-2015 _____^^//

    _136___15.9___19.0___11.9___ 2.5 ______ Tr ____ 2.2 ___12.4____ 48.2 ____ 50.7 _____ _____ 17

    ^^____ 1871 __1874 __1984__1898 ____1929 __1978__ 2009 ___ 1904___1915-1916 _____^^//

    _137___16.0___20.1___11.9___ 2.5 ______ Tr ____ 2.3 ___13.0____ 48.4 ____ 50.7 _____ _____ 16

    ^^____ 1893 __1979 __1993__1957 ____1934 __1897__ 1896 ___ 1893___ 1916-1917 _____^^//

    _138___16.7___20.5___12.0___ 2.6 ______ Tr ____ 2.5 ___13.4____ 49.1 ____ 50.7 _____ _____ 15

    ^^____ 1961 __1894 __1892__1918 ____1936 __1879__ 2000___ 2015___ 1977-1978 _____^^//

    _139___16.9___21.2___13.2___ 3.0 ______ Tr ____ 2.7 ___14.1____ 50.0 ____ 51.4 _____ _____ 14

    ^^____ 2015 __1996 __1996__1896 ____1937 __1935__ 1917 ___ 2014___ 2009-2010 _____^^//

    _140___17.3___21.5___13.3___ 3.3 ______ Tr ____ 2.9 ___14.4____ 50.6 ____ 51.5 _____ _____ 13

    ^^____ 1879 __1983 __1907__1916 ____1940 __1995__ 1902 ___ 1917___ 1966-1967 _____^^//

     

    _141___17.3___21.8___13.8 __ 4.0 ______ Tr ____ 3.2 ___14.5____ 51.1 ____ 52.0 _____ _____ 12

    ^^____ 2004 __1907 __1875__2003 ____1944 __1936__ 1916 ___ 1967___ 1933-1934 _____^^//

    _142___17.5___23.0___15.9 ___ 4.2 _____ Tr ____ 3.2 ___14.9____ 52.7 ____ 53.2 _____ _____ 11

    ^^____ 1882 __1978 __1958__1956 ____1960 __1967__ 1933 ___ 1883___1906-1907 _____^^//

    _143___18.4___23.6___17.1___ 5.0 _____ Tr ____ 3.5 ___15.6____ 52.8 ____ 53.4 _____ _____ 10

    ^^____ 1905 __1967 __1890__1887 ____1962 __1872__ 1945 ___ 1978___ 1993-1994 _____^^//

    _144___19.7___25.3___17.4___ 5.5 _____ Tr ____ 3.7 ___15.8 ____ 52.9 ____ 54.7 _____ _____ 09

    ^^____ 2014 __1899 __1967__2018 ____1965 __1945__ 1959 ___ 1923___ 1960-1961 _____^^//

    _145___20.3___25.3___18.5 ___ 5.8 _____ Tr ____ 4.7 ___18.6 ____ 57.1 ____ 55.9 _____ _____ 08

    ^^____ 1978 __1920 __1960__1907 ____1972 __1989__ 1960 ___ 1916___ 1898-1899 _____^^//

    _146___20.5___26.1___18.6___ 6.4 _____ Tr ____ 4.7 ___19.8 ____ 57.2 ____ 56.4 _____ _____ 07

    ^^____ 1877 __2003 __2015__1938 ____1979 __2012__ 2003 ___ 1907___ 1874-1875 _____^^//

    _147___23.6___26.3___19.2___ 6.5 _____ Tr ____ 5.0 ___20.1 ____ 58.1 ____ 57.4 _____ _____ 06

    ^^____ 1935 __1926 __1941__1917 ____2000 __1896__ 2010 ___ 2003___ 2013-2014 _____^^//

    _148___24.5___26.4___21.2___ 6.5 _____ Tr ____ 5.0 ___21.7 ____ 59.0 ____ 60.2 _____ _____ 05

    ^^____ 1923 __1994 __1956__1944 ____2002 __1896__ 1904 ___ 1948___ 1872-1873 _____^^//

    _149___26.1___26.9___21.5___ 8.5 _____ 0.5 ___ 6.4 ___22.6 ____ 59.1 ____ 60.4 _____ _____ 04

    ^^____ 1996 __2006 __1914__1924 ____1876 __2018__ 1883 ___ 2010___ 1922-1923 _____^^//

    _150___27.4___27.9 ___22.2___ 9.6 _____ 0.5 ___12.8___25.3 ____ 59.5 ____ 61.9 _____ _____ 03

    ^^____ 1925 __1934 __1888__1982 ____1952 __1938__ 1948 ___ 1947___ 2010-2011 _____^^//

     

    _151___27.9___29.0___25.5 ___10.2_____ 0.8 ___14.0___26.8 ____ 61.3 ____ 64.8 _____ _____ 02

    ^^____ 2016 __2014 __1916__1915 ____1925 __1882__ 1872 ___ 1996___ 1947-1948 _____^^//

    _152___36.0___36.9___30.5___13.2______ 2.9 ___19.0___30.2 ____ 64.0 ____ 75.6 _____ _____ 01

    ^^____ 2011 __2010 __1896__1875 ____2011 __1898__ 1947 ___ 1896___ 1995-1996 _____^^//

    (2021) __ 2.1 _ 26.0 __ Tr _____ zero ____ 

    _ rank __t38 __ 146 __ t4 (21)

    AS WITH THE PRECIP TABLES, 2021 SNOWFALLS BEING ADDED AT END OF THE TABLES,

    WILL BE INCORPORATED (ranks shown) AT END OF 2021. 

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    (May traces in 1946, 1956, 1977, 2020) no measurable snowfalls _ no snow June-September

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    ^^ winter 1868-1869 total shown is only Jan-Apr 1869, 25.5" but placed near 28.5" assuming

    from cold pattern autumn 1868 there must have been at least 3" in that part of the winter;

    possibly this winter was actually in the 35-45 inch range.

     

     

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    Here's a brief summary of the annual results for 2020 at both locations. 

    At Toronto, it was the 6th warmest year (of 181) at 10.45 C behind 1998, 2012, 2016, 2001, and 1999. Corrected for urban heat island, it remained behind those five and also 1921 and 1931, to move to 8th warmest.  July 2020 was the second warmest on record but accomplished that mostly on the strength of persistent warm overnight lows, even so none of them set a daily record. The year's highest temperature of 96 F (35.5 C) on July 2 is quite close to the long-term average for that statistic. It was not a particularly wet or dry year and the only real highlight was a heavy rainfall in January that was the heaviest since 1843 in that month. Despite a lot of warm weather in the year, a record cold spell in early May managed to set a new overnight low daily record (beating one set in 1850), the first time that has happened in May since 1923 (due in part to the ever increasing urban effect as well as climate change factors). This cold spell was probably the only part of 2020 significantly below even the inflated recent normals. A daily record high was set later in the same month (two more occurred in November). 

    For NYC it was a fairly similar story, in fact it appears that the year will tie 2012 as warmest on record, awaiting confirmation on that as my source has not updated December 2020 (although all the other months in the source match the values I derived from instantly available CF6 reports). To a second decimal I calculate that 2020 may be .01 lower than 2012 but both round to 14.1 C and also to 57.3 F. Will edit this if it proves inaccurate in the official linked publication (see table of monthly NYC temps). For the urban-adjusted series, 2012 and 2020 drop to tied 3rd with 1949 and 1953 using advantages of 0.3 and 0.2 to move past them (barely). It was not quite as hot relatively in July (7th warmest) and the annual max there was also 96 F, a somewhat lower than average value long-term, but November edged past 2015 as warmest (Toronto's rank t5th with 1975 the warmest November). In fact November was the only reason that 2020 can be compared to 2012 for NYC, without it the year averaged about a degree lower. 2012 had a record warm March. Also NYC had a fairly average precipitation year in 2020 without big events, a 10.5" snowstorm in mid-December prevented the year from being the least snowy calendar year but winter 2019-20 was one of the least snowy winter seasons (4.8" was third lowest behind 2001-02 and 1972-73). Toronto had a more normal snowfall near the long-term median in that winter but close examination shows that much of it was probably melting within hours of falling so that snow depths were likely well below average. 

    Although the years are shuffled around a bit, the Toronto and New York recent temperature trends look very similar to the CET and some of the contenders from the past are the same years (1921 and 1949 were also quite warm years in Britain). 

    One thing my research has shown me (that needs further work) is that there's probably a non-random second order cause and effect mechanism pushing temperature trends on both sides of the Atlantic, apart from the phenomenon of recent warming. I have found quite a few instances of very similar trends in past years, but at the same time, it's not a 1:1 locked in relationship. The very hot summer of 1936 for example had no parallel in the CET records. But quite a few other top 20 summers from before 1980 are similar, 1868 and 1911 were both very hot summers in North America too. Whether this is some function of atmospheric wavelength, or solar forcing, or a combination with other factors in play, remains a subject for further research. 

    Besides that, I seem to have finished all the tables I wanted to work on, looking at my excel files to see if they can be shared with readers, which I hope to do within a few days.  

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    I have the NYC data base ready to share, but the link to official NYC temps still has not updated for Dec 2020 or annual 2020, and in my quality control I found two possible errors in that data base which I have forwarded through my New York City contact Don Sutherland who agreed with me that they appeared to be errors. Before 1920 the data base and the official numbers have larger variations which are evidently the product of data management so I have put in a request to find out if there are published revisions of the data, or if this was just done using formulae which apparently are partly based on a number of different factors (climatological day, exposure, wet or dry months, may be some of these factors). In general the revised numbers average out the same as the data base numbers over decades, as the changes are in both directions to the monthly averages. These will be tabulated in the data base. There is always the possibility that some of the revisions are also clerical errors of the same kinds as noted ... the two data points being questioned are May 2005 (58.9 instead of 59.8 as shown, this one looks like a clerical error) and Dec 2017 (35.0 instead of 33.4, the 35.0 supported by the published CF6 table in the NWS data base). No obvious cause for that second discrepancy (and it may turn out to be a quality control decision that would maintain the 33.4 figure). 

    Meanwhile, I have noted the Jan 2021 monthly temperature and precip/snow data in the tables. In general all 2021 data will be found at the base of the tables until the year is complete, then the tables will be edited.

    A new daily record snowfall occurred on Feb 1, 2021 when 14.8" fell at NYC, breaking the record from 1934 of 9.8" -- this also led to a new two-day record for Jan 31-Feb 1 (noted Feb 1 in the tables) of 16.8" ... this is the second 10" snowstorm of the winter season. As of the 12th, February had already moved past all but thirteen other Februaries for total snowfall which is now 21.2" equal to 14th (1996).

    No new daily records were set in Jan 2021 at either Toronto or New York City. 

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    On 07/01/2021 at 08:45, Roger J Smith said:

    Here's a brief summary of the annual results for 2020 at both locations. 

    At Toronto, it was the 6th warmest year (of 181) at 10.45 C behind 1998, 2012, 2016, 2001, and 1999. Corrected for urban heat island, it remained behind those five and also 1921 and 1931, to move to 8th warmest.  July 2020 was the second warmest on record but accomplished that mostly on the strength of persistent warm overnight lows, even so none of them set a daily record. The year's highest temperature of 96 F (35.5 C) on July 2 is quite close to the long-term average for that statistic. It was not a particularly wet or dry year and the only real highlight was a heavy rainfall in January that was the heaviest since 1843 in that month. Despite a lot of warm weather in the year, a record cold spell in early May managed to set a new overnight low daily record (beating one set in 1850), the first time that has happened in May since 1923 (due in part to the ever increasing urban effect as well as climate change factors). This cold spell was probably the only part of 2020 significantly below even the inflated recent normals. A daily record high was set later in the same month (two more occurred in November). 

    For NYC it was a fairly similar story, in fact it appears that the year will tie 2012 as warmest on record, awaiting confirmation on that as my source has not updated December 2020 (although all the other months in the source match the values I derived from instantly available CF6 reports). To a second decimal I calculate that 2020 may be .01 lower than 2012 but both round to 14.1 C and also to 57.3 F. Will edit this if it proves inaccurate in the official linked publication (see table of monthly NYC temps). For the urban-adjusted series, 2012 and 2020 drop to tied 3rd with 1949 and 1953 using advantages of 0.3 and 0.2 to move past them (barely). It was not quite as hot relatively in July (7th warmest) and the annual max there was also 96 F, a somewhat lower than average value long-term, but November edged past 2015 as warmest (Toronto's rank t5th with 1975 the warmest November). In fact November was the only reason that 2020 can be compared to 2012 for NYC, without it the year averaged about a degree lower. 2012 had a record warm March. Also NYC had a fairly average precipitation year in 2020 without big events, a 10.5" snowstorm in mid-December prevented the year from being the least snowy calendar year but winter 2019-20 was one of the least snowy winter seasons (4.8" was third lowest behind 2001-02 and 1972-73). Toronto had a more normal snowfall near the long-term median in that winter but close examination shows that much of it was probably melting within hours of falling so that snow depths were likely well below average. 

    Although the years are shuffled around a bit, the Toronto and New York recent temperature trends look very similar to the CET and some of the contenders from the past are the same years (1921 and 1949 were also quite warm years in Britain). 

    One thing my research has shown me (that needs further work) is that there's probably a non-random second order cause and effect mechanism pushing temperature trends on both sides of the Atlantic, apart from the phenomenon of recent warming. I have found quite a few instances of very similar trends in past years, but at the same time, it's not a 1:1 locked in relationship. The very hot summer of 1936 for example had no parallel in the CET records. But quite a few other top 20 summers from before 1980 are similar, 1868 and 1911 were both very hot summers in North America too. Whether this is some function of atmospheric wavelength, or solar forcing, or a combination with other factors in play, remains a subject for further research. 

    Besides that, I seem to have finished all the tables I wanted to work on, looking at my excel files to see if they can be shared with readers, which I hope to do within a few days.  

    The USA general temperature has been declining for many years the 1920s 30s 40s were far hotter than they are now....!

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    That is mainly true of the summer extremes which as my tables show had peak readings in 1936 for July and 1918 for August. Some of the heat waves of those years were balanced by intervals of cool, dry weather so that the months were not the extreme values (although 1921, a rather average July for NYC, was and remains warmest on record for Toronto). The tables that I encourage people to use for monthly comparisons are the urban-heat-island adjusted tables since these will give the earlier readings the more appropriate placements. For example at Toronto July 1868 ranks several spots higher as it had no assist from an urban heat island. Another peak in temperatures in the 1930s was the run of mild Januaries, especially 1932 and 1933. 

    The 1950s did well for warm spring months and the 1960s to 1971 for warm autumn outcomes. September 1881 was a notably warm month especially when urban heat island is factored in.

    The main change in the climate in this region seems to be a gradual lessening of the frequency of coldest 10-20 percentile type weather, it hasn't disappeared altogether but it shows up less frequently and that is not just because of an urban heat island, the same is true for entirely rural locations in the northeast U.S. and southern Ontario. The climate is also cloudier now than it used to be, the years 1962 to 1966 were probably a peak for sunshine as shown by data that was available for Toronto until recently (not yet incorporated into this thread because I can't find the sources, however, I recall seeing them about 30 years ago and there had definitely been a trend down from the 1960s to the 1980s, after a trend up from the 1880s to 1930s, slight relapse to the 1960s, so the 1930s and 1960s produced some of the higher sunshine totals). 

    The east coast weather "weenies" generally believe that snowfall in their region has decreased in frequency but increased in amounts per event when there are snowfalls. I don't think that's the trend for Toronto or the Great Lakes in general; there, I think the snowfall frequencies and average amounts per fall are both in decline recently, although (outside lake effect snowfall zones) the winter climate has always been a case of extremes, in all decades you can find mild almost snow-free winters and colder very snowy winters. The balance has shifted towards more mild and less cold, but the extremes remain in play as seen by the rankings of Jan 1994 and Feb 2015 as well as Dec 1989 (all top five cold months). 

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    I can finally confirm that NYC (Central Park) tied the record in 2020 for warmest year (57.3 F, 14.06 C) set in 2012. With the warmest November on record, the year was in position to move into top spot but December was only a moderately mild month. The delay in confirmation ended on the 7th when the official website for NYC updated their monthly averages (see link in Table 1 of NYC data on page 2 of this thread for further details and that link). 

    This development means that I can post the link to my excel file since the data in that have been confirmed by this update. The plan would be to post updates of the excel file every three months after various meteorological seasons have ended, so that users can have the latest data without needing to update their own files to get it. I will post sources for these updates in case you want to update more frequently. 

    I have just edited in the link to the NYC data file. Navigation aids are posted in the section between columns GD and GR rows 1-21.

    The Toronto file needs a bit more work and will be made available within a week of the NYC file, so by 19th March. 

    Meanwhile, the winter season of 2020-21 is in the books, and all tables are updated to show where the season and the three months ranked. Generally speaking, February 2021 was closer to average than the other two months which were milder. This left the season (winter 2020-21) in the top third for temperatures but not record territory. Toronto had near average snowfall amounts while NYC ran above normal with both Dec and Feb well above normal (Feb ranks 8th snowiest out of 153). The rainfall components were less prolific at both locations and for Toronto in particular the winter ranks among the driest recent or long-term, although not quite into the top ten of dry winters. Snow cover was intermittent and my Toronto contacts tell me that the winter seemed fairly bland and easy for getting around while not seeming overly mild by recent standards. 

    This NYC data file will be updated regularly and the updates posted about a week after each meteorological season ends with the three new months of data included, so if you're interested in this data set, you won't need to update your own copy, just replace it with the updated version every three months. 

     

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    The Toronto data base on excel file is finally ready for sharing. The site navigation is in the range IP1 to IU63, and there's a reminder of that address in cell A1 (where otherwise not enough room for all this info without risky large-scale file manipulations). So if you do go into this file, be aware that there's a site navigation section that will definitely cut down on your orientation time if you read it first, and the address is at cell A1 where the file should open up.

    There are features in this file that are not yet in the thread, such as warmest and coldest weeks, wettest weeks, and comparisons of Toronto, CET and NYC annual means. There is also a table of extremes for mean daily temperature (the thread only has extremes of max and min so far). 

    So I will now attempt to attach this file which is probably 2-3 times the size of the NYC file already available (previous post). 

    (think it should be okay)

     

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    This graph shows the three data sets in 11-yr r.m. format (NYC green, CET red, TOR blue) after the NYC and TOR data are gradually reduced by up to 1.1 C after 1981 to eliminate the urban heat island component of warming. This leaves the three data sets comparable and generally speaking they seem to be running along in lock step with a few minor variations. The warming around the 1890s is a bit more prominent for the North American locations which were recovering from a very cool period in the mid-19th century, whereas the CET shows a somewhat less pronounced increase that appears to start a bit later perhaps (more like mid 1890s). The warm period around 1948-55 is evident before either slight cooling or flat temperature profiles in advance of the late 1980s warming that seems to have more momentum at NYC than in the other two sets which level off somewhat near the end (and the end in this format is the past decade or 2010-2020 inclusive). No 2021 data went into this analysis. 

    This graph is part of a much smaller excel file I created to show only the mean annual temps at the three locations. 

     

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    Anyone who downloaded the Toronto file should go in and correct one cell, I was working on the area of rankings for UHI corrections just before posting and updated them for Jan 2021, which involved adding one to ranks higher than its rank. In that process, a number slipped (probably one of those instances where the computer freezes up and you think you just corrected cell A but the result ends up in cell B). So what we have to correct is cell HE1969 (Jan 2015), which shows as 3 (at least on my home version it did, maybe the change happened after I uploaded). If you see a 3 there, it needs to be changed to 136 and that will trigger one other cell change for an average of 2015 rankings.

    I went back through the chain and all other entries for Jan 2015 are unaffected. The rank in the raw data table is okay and the actual temps listed in all tables are correct. So that was the only place this error impacted and as there had been no graphics done for that table, nothing to note there.

    What I'm doing recently is to construct the same colour-coded display for the UHI corrected ranks as already exists for the raw data ranks. Then since some of those change (early ones show some increases, late ones some decreases) I outline the changed colour code cells to give an overview of how the urban heat island correction affects the look of the overall data. It certainly flattens out the initial "sharp increase" look without totally removing the overall increase.

    Anyone who has the file but finds the change more work than necessary can wait for the next seasonal update where this error will be corrected and the new graphic as mentioned will be available.

    I have a few quality control panels to try to avoid data contamination problems, as you'll know if you work on excel files, the odd time you can type some intended change in and not see it where you thought it should be, which means perhaps it fell into a cell you had been looking at earlier. That would contaminate your data. But with the quality control panels, I can check at regular intervals that nothing like that has happened. The ranking tables are going to be placed in a newly designed q.c. check system where out of place ranks will show up on a graphic display. Given that there's probably over a million data points in the file, the odd error is probably difficult to avoid, even the pros have errors in their files as we found out with the NYC data.

    That "3" cell must have shown up in the edit because the original work was done from tables with accurate ranking for Jan 2015 and I would have been typing numbers like 136 at that point, suspect that it was during a computer slowdown during the 2021 rank insertion updates. Have checked to see if any other obvious errors in the table, the new q.c. system should ensure that there are no significant errors (a lot of ties using the C data, and some random scatter of different ranks from the older F numbers although the higher and lower ranks tend to be immune to scrambling as they are separated out more).

    Speaking of NYC, if you downloaded that file, a very minor change can be made, the record high on 25 Jan (60, 1967) was not colour coded (red). The day before was also a record, so if you can't see how to achieve the colour code but want to make the change, just copy the cell for the 24th (68 with red highlight) down one cell, then change the number you see to 60. That minor error is located in cell DA25.

    There are some interesting month to month or season to season variations in the overall trends. One was that in the "climate warming" episode around the 1890s, June was off to a faster start than July or August in that warming. Another was that the more recent warming shows the opposite trend, July remaining closer to average than faster-warming June and August. The winters in the 1840s tended to be considerably milder in terms of rankings than the other three seasons, in fact after the UHI corrections the winters ended up looking fairly similar to the mid-20th century before the "modern warming" spike. Some of those observations are illustrated by graphs in the edited version that will be available after May ends.

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    Daily record maxima now and in past intervals for NYC

    This section will be a log of record daily high temps for NYC, both in the overall data set 1869-2021, and from the perspective of each year at its conclusion.

    This analysis may give some background for determining how changes are actually comparable to, or different from, past experiences. 

    I start with the interval 1869-1900 (inclusive) and determine a "starter record" for that 32 year interval. This would have been the record high going into the year 1901. Then for each year, I adjust the list and show the records that existed at the end of each year. The expected number of records will drop gradually going forward. During the starter interval, it is a constant 11.4 (leap years 11.43, regular years 11.41). Then with each passing year, you would expect at random in a steady-state climate that the numbers would gradually fall off because it gets a bit more difficult each year to surpass records as they increase (which is by definition what they have to do). The count is adjusted for ties, so when a year ties a previous year, its count for that date is 0.5. If it's a third tie then the count is 0.33, and in the few four-way ties that exist, 0.25. (No five-way ties were detected). NYC temps are recorded to nearest whole Fahr degree, so no decimals come into play. I have done this same analysis for Toronto (in the excel file, not in this thread) using 1840-70 as the starter record interval, and the analysis looks quite similar, but it's a bit more complicated by the fact that potential records after 1977 are in tenths of a degree Celsius whereas the record to 1977 was like NYC, whole Fahr degrees. That created a few "pseudo-ties" which were only ties when the Celsius value was converted to a whole Fahr number (but this affected only about a half dozen cases, the rest were more clear cut). 

    Four years in the entire NYC record failed to set a new daily record, those being 1958, 1992, 2004 and 2014. Quite a few others set records that have since been broken in all cases, most of the earlier years have had their record harvest culled considerably but a few survive. The ratio of surviving records to the original records (at end of year) is a percentage that I call "survival ratio." This tends to increase towards nearly 100% in the last thirty years although some records set as recently as 2017 have already fallen. Another interesting parameter to track is the longest surviving record for years that have now lost all of their original set. 

    In this analysis, any starter record ties within the interval 1869-1900 are adjusted as explained in the count, and if a starter record survives as a tie then the survival count is adjusted. That is also true for later records except that once we pass 1901, the adjustments occur right away as ties are created, but not retroactively, so let's say 1901 ties 1966 (as happened in a July heat wave) then 1901 gets 1.0 in its "original record" count and 1966 gets 0.5 at that point, but both get 0.5 in the survival totals. 

    Two days of the year had four-way ties for the eventual records, both in late July (28th, 30th) and eight cases of three-way ties are noted, 48 others are now two-way ties. That leaves 308 days of the year with a single exclusive record high. 

    This is a table of the count of surviving record highs as of March 2021 (when one new record was set replacing one from 1922). The decade totals are for ten years that can be referred to as "the forties, the fifties" etc, e.g. 1940-49 rather than the more familiar 1941-50. I do show the more traditional decade counts beside this table's results. The main finding here is that the 1940s had a similar rate to recent warmer decades, with the 1960s and 1970s somewhat lower. The count of surviving records is now sparse before 1910 and picks up considerably thereafter. It should be noted that in a "steady state" climate one would expect these numbers to vary around a fixed mean of 2.4 per year (there is no reason to expect a trend in any direction) so actual trends presumably tell us information about the changing climate. I am generally leaving out the reasons for this as I want these NYC and Toronto data sets to be available for anyone to make their own analysis without me setting any expectations or biases. But I think this analysis is valuable because up until now I had not seen anything very similar to what follows, the log of the gradually changing totals as seen from earlier points in time. 

    (36.41 records from the starter period 1869-1900 survive, this being the result of 31 exclusive records maintained, nine shared (4.5), two three-way ties (0.67) and one four-way tie (0.25). This interval should have kept closer to double that number at random. The only years in the starter period to have done relatively well at maintaining records are 1880, 1881 and 1895.)

     

    <<< SURVIVING DAILY RECORD MAXIMUM COUNT for NYC >>>

    decade ____00 ___01 ___02 ___03 ___04 ___05 ___06 ___07 ___08 ___09 ______ total ____ total 01-next 00

    1860s _____ .... no data until last entry (1869) . .... .... .... .... .... .... . 0.00 _____ 0.00 ______ 0.00

    1870s _____ 0.00_ 0.00_ 0.00_ 0.00_ 2.00_ 0.00 _2.00_ 0.00_ 0.00_ 2.00 ____ 6.00 ______11.00 (1871-80)

    1880s _____ 5.00_ 5.00_ 0.00_ 0.00_ 0.00_ 0.00_ 0.00_ 0.00_ 2.00_ 0.00 ____12.00 ______8.50 (1881-90)

    1890s _____ 1.50_ 3.33_ 1.25_ 0.00_ 0.00_ 6.83_ 1.00_ 1.00_ 0.00_ 0.50 ____ 15.41 ____ 16.91 (1891-1900)

    1900s _____ 3.00_ 1.50_ 0.00_ 0.00_ 0.00_ 0.00_ 0.00_ 1.00_ 0.00_ 0.00 _____ 5.50 _____ 2.50 (1901-10)

    1910s _____ 0.00_ 0.00_ 0.33_ 0.33_ 0.83_ 4.00_ 6.00_ 1.25_ 2.00_ 2.00 ____ 16.74 ____ 18.74 (1911-20)

    1920s _____ 2.00_ 2.83_ 1.00_ 2.50_ 0.00_ 4.00_ 0.00_ 4.00_ 4.00_ 3.00 ____ 23.33 ____ 22.83 (1921-30)

    1930s _____ 1.50_ 7.25_ 3.00_ 5.58_ 1.00_ 1.00_ 2.50_ 1.00_ 2.00_ 2.00 ____ 26.83 ____ 27.08 (1931-40)

    1940s _____ 1.75_ 6.00_ 1.00_ 0.50_ 6.50_ 5.00_ 6.50_ 2.33_ 4.50_ 7.58 ____ 41.66 ____ 44.41 (1941-50)

    1950s _____ 4.50_ 3.50_ 2.50_ 8.00_ 3.50_ 4.83_ 3.00_ 1.00_ 0.00_ 1.50 ____ 32.33 ____ 28.33 (1951-60)

    1960s _____ 0.50_ 3.50_ 1.33_ 4.00_ 2.50_ 1.00_ 6.83_ 3.00_ 0.00_ 2.00 ____ 24.66 ____ 26.66 (1961-70)

    1970s _____ 2.50_ 2.00_ 3.00_ 2.67_ 3.00_ 3.50_ 4.00_ 5.00_ 0.00_ 5.00 ____ 30.67 ____ 30.50 (1971-80)

    1980s _____ 2.33_ 2.00_ 1.00_ 2.50_ 2.50_ 3.50_ 1.50_ 2.33_ 7.08_ 1.50 ____ 26.24 ____ 31.91 (1981-90)

    1990s _____ 8.00_ 8.50_ 0.00_ 5.00_ 1.33_ 2.00_ 2.00_ 3.00_ 7.00_ 3.58 ____ 40.41 ____ 35.91 (1991-2000)

    2000s _____ 3.50_ 9.33_ 4.00_ 1.00_ 0.00_ 2.00_ 3.50_ 3.00_ 3.00_ 2.00 ____ 31.33 ____ 31.33 (2001-2010)

    2010s _____ 3.50_ 3.50_ 2.00_ 2.00_ 0.00_ 6.50_ 3.00_ 3.33_ 3.00_ 1.00 ____ 27.83 ____ 28.33 (2011-2020)

    2020s _____ 4.00_ 1.00* ..... future years .... .... .... .... .... .... .... .... .... .... .... ___ 5.00 _____ 1.00 (2021-2030)

    * 2021 to end of April only

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    Now for comparison, the count of record highs at the end of each year, before most of them were broken later.

    For 1869-1900, ties are within that 32-year cohort. There were probably a few cases where one near-record was 

    broken by another so that people living in that year might have noted a few additional records. The count from 1901

    to present time is the adjusted count (e.g., a tied record in 1901 tying previous years counts 0.5, a tied record later in

    the set counts 1.0). 

    <<< ORIGINALLY SET DAILY RECORD MAXIMUM COUNT for NYC (starter period 1869-1900) >>>

    In this compilation, the expected numbers at random are 11.4 per year to 1900 and then slowly decline

    to 2.4 at end of the set. Instead of the second decade total, an expected total is given, with that compared

    to the actual total as a surplus or deficit from the expected numbers at random. It should be inferred that

    "expectation" here applies to the period elapsed to the years in question, and for 1869-1900 it is structured

    to be random over that interval, so the only variability explored to 1900 is the decade by decade outcomes. 

     

    decade ____00 ___ 01 ___02 ___ 03 ___04 ___ 05 ___06 ___ 07 ___08 ___ 09 ____ total ___ random__surplus/deficit

    1860s _____ .... no data until last entry (1869) . .... .... .... .... .... .... ....  8.00 _____8.00 _____ 11.41 ___ -3.41

    1870s _____ 7.83_ 9.00_14.50_ 4.25_10.00_ 3.75_14.92_ 6.50 _ 7.83_17.08 ___95.66 ____114.20 ___-18.64

    1880s _____16.42_15.00_ 3.50_ 8.00_11.50_ 7.25_13.83_ 9.25_ 10.00_ 8.83__104.08____114.20 ___-10.12

    1890s _____17.00_16.67_12.33_3.00_ 8.00_22.00_20.50_7.83_15.83_16.33__139.49 ____114.20 __ +25.29

    1900s _____18.75_ 7.58_ 8.00_17.00_ 7.83_12.83_ 9.83_ 8.00_10.00 _ 3.00 __102.82 ____100.40 ___ +2.42

    1910s _____ 7.50_12.33_ 9.25_25.33_10.50_12.00_15.50_5.00_15.50_15.33_ 128.24 ____ 78.70 __ +49.54

    1920s _____ 6.00_17.50_ 7.33_10.57 _ 6.50 _ 7.50 _4.50_13.50 _11.50_13.00 __97.40 ____ 64.50 __ +32.90

    1930s _____15.00_16.50_ 8.83_13.33_ 6.50_ 5.00_12.83_ 5.50_ 15.50_ 7.33___106.82 ____54.80 __ +52.02

    1940s _____ 3.33_12.50 _ 6.00 _ 5.00_10.17_14.17_12.50_ 9.33_ 7.67_14.33 ___95.00 ____ 48.00 __ +47.00

    1950s _____ 7.83 _ 7.00 _ 6.00 _10.00_ 5.83 _10.00 _ 4.00 _ 2.00 _ 0.00_ 4.75___57.41 ____ 43.80 __ +13.61

    1960s _____ 1.50 _ 8.00 _ 4.00 _ 8.17 _ 3.00 _ 3.50 _ 9.00 _ 6.50 _ 2.00 _ 2.50 ___48.17 ____39.50 ____+8.67

    1970s _____ 5.00 _ 2.33 _ 5.00 _ 8.00 _ 4.00 _ 6.33 _ 5.00 _ 7.50 _ 1.00 _ 6.00 ___50.16 ____34.70 ___+15.46

    1980s _____ 3.83 _ 2.00 _ 5.50 _ 5.50 _ 4.00 _ 4.50 _ 4.50 _ 3.83 _ 8.58 _ 3.00 ___45.24 ____31.20 ___+14.04

    1990s _____11.50 _10.00_ 0.00_ 6.50 _ 1.33 _ 2.00 _ 3.50 _ 4.00 _ 7.83_ 6.00 ___52.66 ____29.00 ___+23.66

    2000s _____ 4.50 _ 12.83_ 5.00 _ 1.00 _ 0.00 _ 2.00 _ 4.50 _ 3.00 _ 4.00_ 2.00___38.83 ____26.30 ___+12.53

    2010s _____ 3.50 _ 4.50 _ 2.00 _ 2.00 _ 0.00 _ 6.50 _ 3.00 _ 4.33 _ 3.00 _ 1.00 ___ 29.83 ____24.50___ +5.33

    2020s _____ 4.50_ 1.00* ..... future years .... .... .... .... .... .... .... .... .... .... .... ... .. ___ 5.50 ____ 3.10 ___ +2.40

    * 2021 to end of March only

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    The analysis shows that every decade has done at least somewhat better than random expectation at setting new records, because the starter set (1869-1900) was relatively weak. 

    In some future posts I will examine what happened to various years' records over time and try to establish some rules for survival rates. For example, 1913 set 26.33 new records, a result of 26 exclusive records and one three-way tie with earlier records.

    Of these, only one has survived as part of a three-way tie (94 on Aug 18 tied later in 1987 and 2002). So the count for 1913 has gradually decreased from 26.33 after 1913, to 21.83 by end of 1920, 10.83 by end of 1930, 9.33 by end of 1940, 7.83 by end of 1950, 5.33 by end of 1980 and is now just 0.33 (a survival rate of 1.3%). This is probably the most feasted upon year, and some of its records would have held on nearby dates, for example, 89F and 89F May 2-3 lasted until 2001 and are above surviving records for May 1st and May 14th. What 1913 illustrates mainly is that a warmer year shortly after the cooler interval of starter records found the menu relatively easy pickings, many of these 1913 records were set in the first five months of winter and early spring weather, and a few in November. But as the warming became more established, later years were able to do slightly better than 1913. 

    The fate of the eventually broken 26 daily records or shares can be seen in this table: 

    1913 Records survived until these years

    1916 (2) 1917, t1918,22 (br 1930), 1919, 1921 (3) (one had tied 1903 for count of 0.5), 1922 (2), t1923* (br1926), 1924, t1927 (br1931), 1929,

    1930 (2), 1934, t1939 (br1988), t1945,71 (br1983), 1950, 1963, t1973 (br 1990) and another broken in 1973, 2001 (2) and 2006 (Jan 21 60F). 

    *was a three-way tie with 1873,79.

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    The fact that 1913 lost some of its records within the same decade shows that there would be an inherent bias towards a surplus of records in any given decade, since each time that happened the total count would be 2 rather than 1. However, records broken within that short a space are not a common occurrence. The combination of a weak starting field from the starter records, and this bias of double counting, is probably weighted about 2:1 towards the weak start. 

    If the climate continues to warm, there will likely be ongoing surplus numbers of records. 

    In recent decades (starting 1970) only these years have underperformed in terms of setting new records relative to what would be expected in a random sequence: 

    1981, 1992, 1994, 2003, 2004, 2009, 2013, 2014, 2019. 

    Some of these have only been marginally below expectation. 

    Nowadays a "normal" pace of setting new records would be around two exclusive and one tie. 

    In some future posts I will examine some of these statistics and track what happened to a few other prominent past years. Some of the starter years lost most of their records within 30-40 years of the end of the starter interval. 

    No year before 1981 has retained all its original records, 1981 only set two in Feb and Apr and has held on to them. The following year 1982 has already been reduced from a count of 5.5 to 1.0 (two records are now tied with other years -- all of its records were set in December, so the interval from April 3, 1981 to Dec 4, 1982 set no records). 

    The first year in the sequence to hold on to 80% of its established records was 1953 which has retained 8 of its original 10.0 count. Then 1956 only set four but three are still unbroken for 75%. An early outlier is 1925 which has held on to 4 of the 7.5 count it had at end of the year, all of those coming in a June 2-5 heat wave. 

    Besides the four years which never set a record, the year which was least able to hold records was 1978 which established one record (67 on Dec 4) that lasted only four years to 72 in 1982 (and that was broken in 1998). 1968 established only two, one on April 13 which lasted to 1977, and one on Nov 29 that was broken in 1990. 

    The years which were most recently removed from record holding were 1889 (64 on Dec 25 was tied in 1982 then broken in 2015 by 66F), and 1872 which was in a three-way tie with 1916 and 1919 (93F) for Sept 8 up until 2015 with a new record of 97F. But the year which held on longest to an exclusive untied record before being eliminated from record holding appears to be 1896 (lost 91F on May 11 to 1993 92F). (Other years have lost more recently but still hold some records, for example 1922 which recently lost March 26 to 2021).

    The now broken records most unlucky to be removed would probably be 89, 88 on April 7-8 of 1929. These fell to 92, 90 (2010, 1991) but would still be records on every day but two in the next eight days and even in all four days between April 21 and 24 as well as May 1st. 

    This graph tracks the statistics of annual records set, sustained to end of the data, random expectation and survival percentage of records set. 

    The grey ascending component is survival rate in %. The blue gradually diminishing statistic is number of records set each year. This compares directly to the orange-yellow line that starts out at 11.4 and begins to head down to 2.4 at end of the data, which is the random expectation (in a steady state climate) of annual records set by end of each year (1869-1900 are a starter period with equal chances at random). And the bottom running orange statistic is the annual number of retained daily maximum records (adjusted count for ties, which has its maximum values as follows (in chronological order) ...

    5 in 1880 and 1881

    6.83 in 1895

    7.25 in 1931

    7.58 in 1949 and 8.00 in 1953

    6.83 in 1966

    7.08 in 1988, 8 in 1990, 8.5 in 1991

    9.33 in 2001

    6.5 in 2015

    (the horizontal scale is years of data, 1869 =1, 2020= 152)

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    Continuing the deep dive into record NYC temps, I plan to examine each 30-year interval (starting with the 1869-1900 starter period) and log the records set in each year. This will give anyone interested in more detailed research or comparisons with UK-Ireland climate some interesting contextual data. 

    For each year, I will mention the numbers of temperature records (including the other types) and the eventual disposition of those records later in the series. If a year has managed to retain some of its record highs as eventual records, there will be a survival rate given and if not, an extinction date of the last record to be broken. 

    Four years (1958, 1992, 2004, 2014) did not set any record highs (had they been starter era years they would have been about middle of the pack, showing that quite a few starter years would likely have been shut out if the NYC records went back as far as the CET records (daily in that set to 1772)). 

    Note: the term "benchmark" is sometimes used -- a benchmark record is not only a daily record but the earliest warm reading in the spring portion of the year, or latest warm reading in the autumn portion. They reverse around mid-January and mid-July. For cold records the concept is the opposite, latest cold reading in spring, earliest in autumn. Also identified where appropriate are monthly extreme values. 

    1869 -- 8 record highs (for 1869-1900) established. All were later broken. The average year of record breaking was 1923. One was tied (1937) before being broken (1955). The average deficit relative to eventual records was 9.1 deg. The extinction date for 1869 record highs was Aug 21, 1955 (after being tied in 1937).

    By end of data 1869 held eight record low maxima (two later tied, count 6.83). 

    1869 had nine record lows in the starter interval (count 8.0) and by the end of data had five, two of which are now tied (count 4.0). There were no surviving high minima (not tracked like high maxima, in the brief heat wave of Aug 20-21 shown below, high min was 74, date record was 78 (1906). For Feb 13 the min was 40 (record high min is 47 from 1880).

    Temp __ date ____ broken ____ eventual end of data record max

    _54F ___ Jan 8 ____ 1907 (60F) __ 1998 (65F)

    _54F ___ Jan 30 ___ 1914 (58F) __ 2006 (64F)

    _61F ___ Feb 13 ___ 1951 (64F) __ 1951 (64F) ___ was second warmest for date to end of data, also mild CET

    _60F ___ Mar 27 ___ 1903 (67F) __ 1998 (83F)

    _93F ___ Aug 20 ___ 1937 (95F) __ 1955 (97F)

    _95F ___ Aug 21 ___ 1955 (96F) __ 1955 (96F) __ was tied in 1937 (and later by non-record 1995), so tied 2nd warmest for date

    _57F ___ Nov 30 ___ 1908 (62F) __ 1991 (70F)

    _62F ___ Dec 1 ____ 1908 (64F) __ 2006 (70F)

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    1870 -- 10 record highs (for 1869-1900) established. Three were ties before 1900 (another later) and another a three-way tie (count 7.83). All were later broken. The average year of record breaking was 1934. One was tied (1935) before being broken (1938). The average deficit relative to eventual records was 8.1 deg. The extinction date for 1870 record highs was June 28, 1969.

    By end of data 1870 held only two record low maxima (one later tied, count 1.50). 

    1870 had only two record lows in the starter era (count 1.33), the lowest year count until 1906 set only one record low, and also 1870 established no surviving record lows It was the only year before 1901 to leave no trace in the eventual record count. The one solo record was Feb 22 which fell to 1918, and the three-way record with 1885 and 1888 on July 3rd became a four-way tie in 1904, these all fell in 1929 (the extinction date for 1870 record low minima), with 1933 the eventual record setter for that date.

    Also, 1870 has two surviving high minima (77 June 29, 82 July 17), neither has been tied since (76 and 79 closest).

    Temp ___ date ____ broken ____ eventual end of data record max

    _49F ___ Jan 15 ___ 1928 (53F) __ 1932 (67F) ______ tied by 1898 (weakest starter record in Jan)

    _54F ___ Jan 26 ___ 1913 (56F) __ 1950 (72F)

    _80F ___ Apr 28 ___ 1938 (89F) __ 1990 (90F) ______ tied by 1935

    _86F ___ May 16 ___1951 (87F) __ 1951 (90 F)

    _94F ___ Jun 25 ____ 1923 (97F) __ 1943,52 (99F) __ tied by 1880, 1898

    _94F ___ Jun 28 ____ 1969 (96F) __ 1969,91 (96F) __ tied by 1880 (and later 1963)

    _92F ___ Jul 23 _____ 1918 (95F) __ 2011 (100F)

    _91F ___ Jul 24 _____ 1910 (94F) __ 1999,2010 (97F)

    _85F ___ Sep 24 ____ 1920 (88F) __ 2017 (91F) ____ tied by 1881

    _65F ___ Nov 29 ____ 1968 (67F) __ 1990 (69F) 

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    1871 -- 10 record highs (for 1869-1900) established. Two were ties by 1900 (another later) (count 9.00). All were later broken. The average year of record breaking was 1939. One was tied (1923) before being broken (1961). The average deficit relative to eventual records was 10.1 deg. The extinction date for 1871 record highs was May 30, 1986.

    By end of data 1871 held eight record low maxima (one later tied, and another part of a three-way tie including 1869 for July 1, count 6.83). 

    1871 established a count of 16.0 record lows in the starter era (1869-1900), of which there are now eight surviving record lows, three of which were later tied (count 6.50), and 1871 has one surviving high minimum (55F April 10, tied in 2013, count 0.50). A warmer night in a four-day warm spell as noted below for record highs, on April 9 (62F) survived until 1991 (68F) and remains well separated from third place 55F. 

    Temp ___ date ____ broken ____ eventual end of data record max

    _59F ___ Mar 1 ___ 1902 (63F) __ 1972 (73F) 

    _63F ___ Mar 3 ___ 1961 (64F) __ 1991 (65F) _________ tied by 1923

    _60F ___ Mar 9 ___ 1913 (65F) __ 2016 (77F) ___ tied by 1878

    _61F ___ Apr 7 ___ 1904 (62F) __ 2010 (92F) ___ weak record, 1904 broken by 75F (1908) and that by 89F (1929).

    _85F ___ Apr 8 ___ 1929 (88F) __ 1991 (90F) 

    _83F ___ Apr 9 ___ 1991 (86F) __ 1991 (86F) ___ second warmest on date to end of data. 

    _80F ___ Apr 10 __ 1922 (86F) __ 1922 (86F) ___ also second warmest on date to end of data. 

    _92F ___ May 30 __ 1986 (94F) __ 1987 (97F) __________ tied by 1942

    _90F ___ Jun 4 ____ 1919 (95F) __ 1925 (99F)

    _76F ___ Oct 23 ___ 1947 (85F) __ 1947 (85F) ___ tied by 1900

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    1872 -- 15 record highs (for 1869-1900) established. One (June 12) was a tie by 1900 (with 1898, that one and five others were later tied) (count 14.50). All were later broken. The average year of record breaking was 1924. Six were tied (1898/1901, 02, 08, 16/19, 27/32, 1930) before being eventually broken. The average deficit relative to eventual records was 8.0 deg. Also notable were 88 and 89 F on May 9-10, broken in 1896 and for 10th also 1889 (so therefore not starter records). The extinction date for 1872 record highs was Sep 8th, 2015 (this record was tied with 1916 and 1919 by that time).

    By end of data 1872 held seven record low maxima (one later part of a three-way tie, count 6.33). 10F on March 5th was a monthly record low maximum. There were three record low maxima Dec 24 to 27 with the 25th not quite joining in (13, 15, 12, 15; the 25th held to 1983, 13F). 

    1872 had a count of 16.0 record lows in the starter era 1869-1900, and from those maintained seven surviving record lows, one of which was later tied (count 6.50), including 3F also on March 5th, lowest minimum for March, and the year has no surviving high minima, 78F on July 2 during a heat wave noted below was also broken by 1901 (82F).

    Temp ___ date ____ broken ____ eventual end of data record max

    _53F ___ Feb 20 ___ 1913 (59F) __ 1930,39 (69F) 

    _57F ___ Feb 24 ___ 1930 (65F) __ 1985 (75F) 

    _62F ___ Mar 29 ___ 1905 (73F) __ 1945 (86F) _______ tied by 1902

    _83F ___ Apr 26 ____1942 (84F) __ 2009 (92F) ___ 

    _85F ___ May 8 ____ 1936 (91F) __ 1936,2000 (91F) ____ tied by 1930

    _89F ___ Jun 12 ____ 1914 (91F) __ 1933,73,2017 (93F) ____ tied by 1898 and 1901

    _93F ___ Jun 30 ____ 1901 (95F) __ 1964 (99F) ___ (note 92F on July 1 broken in 1898, not a starter record)

    _96F ___ July 2 _____ 1901 (100F)__ 1901,66 (100F)

    _93F ___ July 5 _____ 1911 (97F) ___ 1999 (101F)

    _92F ___ Jul 14 _____ 1936 (93F) ___ 1954 (100F) _____ tied by 1927, 32

    _93F ___ Aug 14 ____1918 (96F) ___ 1988 (99F) _______ tied by 1908

    _91F ___ Aug 18 ____ 1913 (94F) ___ 1913, 1987, 2002 (94F)

    _92F ___ Aug 19 ____ 1914 (94F) ___ 1914, 1966, 2002 (94F)

    _93F ___ Aug 22 ____ 1916 (95F) ___ 1916 (95F) _____ third warmest on date (94F 1976 also warmer)

    _93F ___ Sep 8 _____ 2015 (97F) ___ 2015 (97F) ___ tied by 1916,19 and remains tied second warmest for date

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    1873 -- Only 6 record highs were (for 1869-1900) established; fourth lowest count 4.25 in the starter period to 1893 (3.00), 1882 (3.50) and and 1875 (3.75). One record high was a four-way-tie by 1900 , and two others were ties within the starter period so the count was 4.25 for the starter record era; one of those two was later tied in 1944 to become a three-way tie and the other tied in 1913 and 1923 to become a four-way tie at that point (to 1926). Another record was tied in 1973. All these 1873 records were eventually broken. The average year of record breaking was 1940. The ties within the interval and in 1973 would change that stat to 1909 in terms of the average year tied or broken. The average deficit relative to eventual records was 7.0 deg. The extinction date for 1873 record highs was July 25th, 1987 (this record was tied with 1885 and 1944 by then).

    By end of data 1873 held 14 record low maxima (three tied, count 12.50). The most significant of them is probably 29F on Nov 14, an early season benchmark. 

    1873 established seven surviving record lows from a count of 12.833 (14 records) in the starter era, one of the seven (May 4 38F) was later tied twice in 1911 and 1917 (count 6.33), the others including -1F on Feb 24 which is the latest subzero reading in the winter season to date, and the year has no surviving high minima (46F on Dec 4 survived to 1940).

    Temp ___ date ____ broken ____ eventual end of data record max

    _92F ___ Jun 19 ___ 1929 (94F) __ 1994 (98F) 

    _94F ___ Jul 25 ____ 1987 (95F) __ 1999 (97F) ___ tied by 1885 and later 1944

    _89F ___ Aug 1 ____ 1911 (92F) __ 1933 (100F) ____ tied by 1879, 85 and 87.

    _92F ___ Aug 3 ____ 1926 (96F) __ 2005 (97F) _____ tied by 1879, and later 1913, 1923.

    _66F ___ Dec 4 ____ 1978 (67F) __ 1998 (74F) _____ tied by 1973, with 72F 1982 also a record briefly.

    _61F ___ Dec 12 ___ 1911 (63F) __ 1946 (70F)

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    1874 -- Eleven record highs were (for 1869-1900) established; two were ties so the count is 10.00. Two have survived as eventual record highs. That makes the surivival rate 20.0% (as seen from 1900 after the eventual ties). The average year of record breaking for the ten that did not survive was 1926. If the survivors fell next year that would change to 1942.  The average deficit relative to eventual records (including the two records) was 8.3 deg but would be 10.1 for the nine that have been beaten. By end of data 1874 held seven record low maxima (two tied, count 6.00). The most significant of them is 38F on April 29th, a late season benchmark (no date later in the spring had a max lower than 43F). 

    1874 had a count of 16.33 in the starter era, and established eleven surviving record lows, two of which were later tied (count 10.00), including five near 32F between April 27 and May 3. This was the third best survival rate for record low minima (61.2%) in the starter era, 1891 managed 100% to become the first year never to have a record low later broken, 1890 held on to 77% of its original count. The year has no surviving high minima and even during two notable warm spells in the winter did not set any particularly impressive high minima.

    Temp ___ date ____ broken ____ eventual end of data record max

    _58F ___ Jan 4 ____ 1906 (60F) __ 1950 (66F) 

    _59F ___ Jan 5 ____ 1950 (64F) __ 1950 (64F)

    _56F ___ Jan 7 ____ 1913 (58F) __ 2007 (72F) ____ (note Jan 7 1874 3.12" rain)

    _63F ___ Jan 23 ___ eventual record .. (second warmest 62F in 1887 and 1906, also 61F 1933, 1967).

    _66F ___ Feb 22 ___ 1997 (69F) __ 1997 (69F) ____ second warmest reading on date, tied in 1991.

    _72F ___ Feb 23 ___ eventual record .. (second warmest 70F in 1985, third 65F in 2017, fourth 64F 1922).

    _58F __ Mar 26 ___ 1904 (65F) __ 2021 (82F) _____ tied by 1903

    _98F __ June 29 ___ 1934 (101F) __ 1934 (101F) ____ second warmest reading on date

    _71F __ Oct 26 ___ 1908 (72F) ____ 1963,64 (78F) ___ tied by 1899

    _70F __ Oct 29 ___ 1918 (71F) ____ 1971 (78F)

    _50F __ Dec 28 ___ 1904 (51F) ____ 1982,2008 (65F) _____ tied by 1887

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    1875 -- Only five record highs were (for 1869-1900) established; one was a two-way tie and another a four-way tie so the count is 3.75, lower than each starter year and most later years also, except 1893 (3.0) and some much later into the record with lower expected frequencies. This is not surprising as 1875 was the coldest year on record. The only warm part of the year was the second half of December. None of these four have survived as eventual record highs. The average year of record breaking was 1945. The average deficit relative to eventual records was 12.0 deg. The extinction date for 1875 record highs was Feb 3, 1970.

    By end of data 1875 held 16 record low maxima (four tied with one other year and one with two others, count 13.33). The most notable spells were in April, with four between 13th and 19th, the 17th-18th 33F and 32F are colder than any later low maxima in any other years by 4 deg, and also Nov 30 with 14F a lower max than any other November day by nine degrees. No day was colder in the interval Dec 1-17 (18th 1919 was 11 F). February 1875 was also generally very cold despite the one mild reading noted below, and provided two records.

    1875 was the second coldest year and by 1900 had a count of 26.83 record lows (second only to 1888). These established fifteen surviving record low minima, one of which was later tied (count 14.50), the most significant were three benchmarks (late season outliers) on April 19, 21 and 22 (22, 26, 28F all latest on record), and 5F on Nov 30th, the lowest November reading. Readings of +1F on Jan 18 and -1F on Jan 19th were taken out of the record column by 0F 1982 and -2F in 1994. The year has no surviving high minima.

    Temp ___ date ____ broken _____ eventual end of data record max

    _52F ___ Feb 3 ____ 1970 (56F) __ 1991 (64F) 

    _60F ___ Mar 30 ___ 1902 (61F) __ 1998 (82F) _____ tied by 1897

    _92F ___ Jun 27 ___ 1941 (94F) __ 1966 (101F) _____ tied by 1876, 1880, 1900.

    _74F ___ Oct 25 ___ 1963 (79F) __ 1963 (79F) ____ now tied third warmest for date with 1995, 2010 (2001 75F).

    _59F ___ Dec 22 ___ 1949 (63F) __ 2013 (71F) ____ a higher value 64F on Dec 23rd not a starter record (66F 1891).

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    1876 -- For its time this was quite a warm year and there were 18 starter record high maxima (for 1869-1900) with 2 two-way ties, 2 three-way ties and one four-way tie, the count was 14.91. Of those, two have survived, both in January. Also, 66 on March 7th was broken by 68F in 1878. The average year of record breaking (for 16 cases) was 1921, if the two January records fell next year that would 1932. The average deficit relative to eventual records was 7.2 deg (8.1 for the records actually broken). By end of data 1876 held six record low maxima (one tied, count 5.50). December provided three of those.

    1876 with a count of 13.0 in the starter era established six surviving record low minima, three in October and three more in December and with no later ties (count 6.00). The most significant was 32F on October 15th which is the earliest frost at the location. There are two surviving high minimum records, one later tied in 1943 (77F on June 28) and another still exclusive (79F July 13th). The count then is 1.50. The min on Jan 2 was 46F but the record of 49F was set in 1890, tied 1911. We have now examined eight years and so far only five days share record high mins, and the count is 4.0 (at random should be around 20 by this point). 

    Temp ___ date ____ broken _____ eventual end of data record max

    _68F ___ Jan 2 ____ eventual record .. (second warmest 63F 1890 tied 1979, fourth 61F 1919). 

    _58F ___ Jan 3 ____ 1913 (59F) __ 2000 (64F) 

    _56F ___ Jan 9 ____ 1932 (62F) __ 1937, 2008 (64F)

    _60F ___ Jan 10 ___ eventual record .. (second warmest 59F 2016, third 58F 1933 and 2000)

    _56F ___ Jan 18 ___ 1913 (58F) __ 1973,90 (66F)

    _59F ___ Jan 19 ___ 1929 (62F) __ 1951 (64F)

    _87F ___ May 7 ___ 1930 (91F) __ 2000 (93F)

    _91F ___ Jun 26 ___ 1909 (93F) __ 1952 (100F) ___ tied by 1880, 1891 and later 1901. 

    _92F ___ Jun 27 ___ 1941 (94F) __ 1966 (101F) _____ tied with 1875, 1880, 1900.

    _98F ___ July 9 ____ 1936 (106F) _ 1936 (106F) _____ now fourth after 1936, 1993 (101F) 1937 (100F).

    _93F ___ July 11 ___ 1911 (97F) __ 1988 (98F) 

    _92F ___ July 12 ___ 1908 (96F) __ 1966 (99F) ___ tied by 1905.

    _93F ___ July 13 ___ 1916 (94F) __ 1966 (101F) ____ tied by 1894.

    _94F ___ July 19 ___ 1905 (95F) __ 1977 (102F) ____ tied by 1904.

    _93F ___ July 20 ___ 1923 (99F) __ 1980 (101F) ____ tied by 1895.

    _90F __ Aug 15 ___ 1938 (96F) ____ 1988 (97F) ____ tied by 1928, 1936

    _73F ___ Nov 2 ____ 1929 (76F) __ 1950 (83F)

    _67F ___ Nov 3 ____ 1903 (68F) __ 2003 (79F) ____ tied by 1886, 1892.

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    1877 -- There were just eight starter record high maxima (for 1869-1900) with 3 two-way ties, so the count is 6.50.  All have been broken. The average year of record breaking was 1916, and the average deficit relative to eventual records was 8.1 deg. The extinction date for 1877 records was Feb 12, 1932. This makes 1877 the first starter era year to lose all its records set. However, 1909 was fully extinct by Feb 19, 1930, so 1877 was not the first year to lose all its records.

    By end of data 1877 held just three record low maxima (one tied, count 2.50). 

    1877 had a relatively small count of 4.0 record lows (five with two ties) in the starter era and established just one surviving record low minima (58F July 14), now tied by two other years (1888, 1926) for a count of 0.33. This is the second lowest eventual record count for low minima in the starter era (1870 had zero). There were also no surviving record high minima.

    Temp ___ date ____ broken _____ eventual end of data record max

    _53F ___ Feb 1 ____ 1916 (60F) __ 1989 (67F) 

    _49F ___ Feb 2 ____ 1922 (51F) __ 1988 (59F)

    _54F ___ Feb 12 ___ 1932 (56F) __ 1999,2018 (62F) ____ tied with 1880

    _88F ___ May 18 ___ 1906 (90F) __ 2017 (92F)

    _87F ___ May 20 ___ 1903 (89F) __ 1996 (96F) ____ tied with 1887

    _90F ___ Aug 29 ___ 1926 (93F) __ 1953 (99F) _____ tied with 1895

    _85F ___ Sep 14 ___ 1903 (88F) __ 1931 (93F) 

    _57F ___ Dec 5 ____ 1916 (63F) __ 2001 (70F)

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    1878 -- Despite this being quite a warm year for the era, only ten record highs were set (for 1869-1900) and with three 2 two-way ties and one three-way tie the count is 7.83.  All these records have been broken. The average year of record breaking was 1917, and the average deficit relative to eventual records was 10.4 deg. The extinction date for 1878 record highs is Mar 7th, 1946.

    By end of data 1878 held five record low maxima (three tied, count 3.50). 

    1878 with a count of just 7.0 record low minima in the starter era established three surviving record low minima with no ties for a count of 3.00. There were no surviving record high minima, although several spells of quite warm nights for that era, for example, 47F March 3 (broken by 48F in 1991 and the eventual record of 49F in 2020) and 65F on Oct 17 (broken by 67F 1928).

    Temp ___ date ____ broken _____ eventual end of data record max

    _56F ___ Feb 28 ___ 1903 (62F) __ 1976 (67F) _____ tied by 1880

    _68F ___ Mar 7 ____ 1946 (74F) __ 1946 (74F) 

    _65F ___ Mar 8 ____ 1942 (69F) __ 1987 (76F)

    _60F ___ Mar 9 ___ 1913 (65F) __ 2016 (77F) ___ tied by 1871 (note 68 on Mar 10 broken by 69 in 1879).

    _60F ___ Mar 23 __ 1902 (64F) __ 1923, 2012 (76F) ___ tied by 1889, 1897.

    _84F ___ May 3 ___ 1913 (89F) __ 2018 (92F)

    _79F ___ Oct 2 ____ 1922 (88F) __ 2019 (93F)

    _77F ___ Oct 17 ___ 1908 (78F) __ 1938 (90F)

    _60F ___ Dec 2 ____ 1912 (61F) __ 1970 (66F)

    _60F ___ Dec 10 ___ 1911 (61F) __ 1946 (70F) ____ tied with 1885

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    1879 -- This was a generally warm year and 20 record highs were set (for 1869-1900) and with three 2 two-way ties, one three-way tie and one four-way tie, the count was 17.08 (by 1900).  Two of these records have not been broken for a survival percentage of 11.7%. The average year of record breaking was 1930, but if the two surviving records were to fall later this year, the average year of record breaking would move to 1940. The average deficit relative to eventual records was 8.5 deg but for the eighteen that have been broken, the average is 9.5 deg. October 1879 was a very warm month, and several other days missed starter record status by 1-2 deg, notably 83F on 16th (87F in 1897 is the only reading on that date higher in all of the subsequent years, 1879 now tied second with 1958, 63). Also, a reading of 83F on May 13 was one short of the starter record of 84F (1900). By end of data 1879 held nine record low maxima (none tied, count 9.00). The most significant spell was in early November between two very warm intervals, with three days of highs in the mid 30s F (Nov 3-5) setting early season benchmarks (35 4th-5th).

    1879 managed a count of 14.667 record lows in the starter era, and of those established nine surviving record low minima with one tie for a count of 8.50. Four were in November. There was one surviving record high minimum (64F tied with 1991 for May 16), and nights in the October to December warm spells often came within 3-5 F deg of later daily records, probably with today's urban situation there would have been numerous high min records set in those intervals).

    Temp ___ date _____ broken _____ eventual end of data record max

    _49F ___ Jan 25 ____ 1909 (52F) __ 1967 (60F) 

    _69F ___ Mar 10 ___ 1955 (71F) __ 2016 (79F)

    _66F ___ Mar 11 ___ 1955 (67F) __ 1977 (73F)

    _56F ___ Mar 14 ___ 1903 (70F) __ 1946 (75F)

    _76F ___ Apr 30 ___ 1901 (80F) __ 1942 (91F) ___ tied by 1899

    _95F ___ July 15 ___ 1977 (96F) __ 1995 (102F)

    _98F ___ July 16 ___ 1980 (99F) __ 1980 (99F) ___ tied by 1977 and remains tied second warmest for date.

    _89F ___ Aug 1 ____ 1911 (92F) __ 1933 (100F) ____ tied by 1879, 85 and 87.

    _92F ___ Aug 2 ____ 1917 (98F) __ 1955 (100F) 

    _92F ___ Aug 3 ____ 1926 (96F) __ 2005 (97F) _____ tied by 1873, and later 1913, 1923.

    _85F ___ Oct 3 ____ 1919 (87F) __ 1919 (87F) ______ third warmest for date (86F 1922 second).

    _82F ___ Oct 9 ____ 1916 (86F) __ 1916 (86F) 

    _76F ___ Nov 12 ____ eventual record .. (second warmest 73F 1909, third 72F 1912, fourth 70F 1927, 38). 

    _69F ___ Nov 13 ____ 1931 (73F) __ 1931 (73F) ___ third warmest for date (71F 1964 second).

    _61F ___ Nov 14 ____ 1902 (63F) __ 1993 (72F)

    _73F ___ Nov 15 ____ 1973 (77F) __ 1993 (80F) ___ remains third warmest for date

    _55F ___ Dec 3 _____ 1912 (56F) __ 1998 (69F) ___ tied by 1891, 1899.

    _59F ___ Dec 6 _____ 1912 (64F) __ 2001 (71F)

    _58F ___ Dec 7 _____ 1932 (63F) __ 1998 (75F) ___ tied by 1884 and later 1911.

    _64F ___ Dec 11 ____ eventual record .. (second warmest 63F 1897, 1971 and 1979).  

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    1880 -- This was another generally warm year (until Nov-Dec) and 21 record highs were set (for 1869-1900) and with four 2 two-way ties, two three-way ties and one four-way tie, the count was 16.41 (by 1900).  Five of these records have not been broken, for a survival percentage of 29%. The average year of record breaking was 1935, but if the five surviving records were to fall later this year or next year (Feb 29 cannot fall until 2024 at earliest), the average year of record breaking would move to 1957. The average deficit relative to eventual records was 5.4 deg but for the 16 that have been broken, the average is 7.1 deg. The two warm spells of late Feb-early Mar and late May remain among the more notable overall. The year established seven new low maximum records with one tie, the count was 6.5 ... most of these were in late November, still considered to be one of the most anomalous cold spells in the period of record. New early season benchmark of 23F (Nov 22) was one of five daily records set 19th to 26th. A max of 4 on Dec 30 was later broken in 1917 but is otherwise the second coldest December maximum and tied second coldest of any month with Feb 5, 1918. UK readers note that all this severe cold in eastern North America came just before a very cold and snowy period in mid-January 1881. 

    1880 had a count of 18.5 record low minima (21 with five ties) in the starter era, and established eight surviving record low minima with one two-way tie and a five-way tie with the other four years after the starter era had ended (June 2, 48F tied 1907,29,45,46) for a count of 6.70. Four were in November, with Nov 22 to 24 recording 13F, 14F and 14F. A reading of -6F on Dec 30 was removed by the -13 of 1917. Eight of the later broken 1880 records also came from Nov-Dec so that almost all of the year's production of record low minima came after mid-October.

    There were four surviving record high minimum readings associated with the record high maxima, and these are 47F on Feb 13, 51F on Mar 4, and 73F, 72F on May 25-26 (the latter tied in 2018) for a count of 3.50. May 27 also 72F was later broken by 74F in 1908. The late June hot spell also produced near-record values of 77F on June 25-26. 

    Temp ___ date _____ broken _____ eventual end of data record max

    _53F ___ Jan 27 ____ 1916 (69F) __ 1916 (69F) 

    _65F ___ Jan 28 ____ 1916 (66F) __ 1916 (66F) ___ remains second warmest, 2002 (60F) third warmest.

    _51F ___ Jan 31 ____ 1913 (61F) __ 1916,47 (63F) 

    _54F ___ Feb 12 ___ 1932 (56F) __ 1999,2018 (62F) ____ tied with 1877 __ 58F 13th was 3 short of 1869's 61F

    _68F ___ Feb 27 ___ 1997 (72F) __ 1997 (72F) ____ remains second warmest, 1976 (67F) third warmest.

    _56F ___ Feb 28 ___ 1903 (62F) __ 1976 (67F) _____ tied by 1878

    _69F ___ Feb 29 ____ eventual record .. (second warmest 66F 1976, third warmest 61F 2016).  

    _69F ___ Mar 4 ____ 1974 (70F) __ 1974 (70F) _____ tied by 1946, remains tied second warmest for date.

    _72F ___ Mar 5 ____ eventual record .. (second warmest 71F 1964, third warmest 70F 1961, 1976).  

    _80F ___ Apr 14 ___ 1941 (85F) __ 1941 (85F) _____ third warmest for date (1945 83F second warmest).

    _84F ___ May 6 ___ 1918 (90F) __ 1949, 86 (92F)

    _86F ___ May 24 __ 1936 (92F) __ 1975 (93F) ____ tied by 1884, 1904, 1912.

    _95F ___ May 25 ___ eventual record .. (second warmest 93F 1991, third warmest 90F 2017).  

    _95F ___ May 26 ___ eventual record .. (second warmest 94F 1914 and 1965).  

    _96F ___ May 27 ___ eventual record .. (second warmest 95F 1914, third warmest 92F 1965).  

    _94F ___ Jun 25 ___ 1923 (97F) __ 1943,52 (99F) __ tied by 1870, 1898

    _91F ___ Jun 26 ___ 1909 (93F) __ 1952 (100F) ___ tied by 1876, 1891 and later 1901. 

    _92F ___ Jun 27 ___ 1941 (94F) __ 1966 (101F) _____ tied with 1875, 1876, 1900.

    _94F ___ Jun 28 ___ 1969 (96F) __ 1969,91 (96F) __ tied by 1870 (and later 1963)

    _78F ___ Oct 12 ___ 1928 (86F) __ 1928, 54 (86F) ___ tied by 1886

    _68F ___ Nov 11 ___ 1949 (74F) __ 1949 (74F) _____ tied third warmest with 2002 (2020_72F now second).

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    As this post is now quite lengthy, I plan to update this log in regular decade-length instalments. 

    The 1870s to 1880 were quite an active weather period with a lot of variations, and there was a major El Nino event around 1876-77. 

    The 1880s that will come next start out warm but turn considerably colder in general after mid-1882. 

     

     

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    The decade of 1881 to 1890 set a total of 104.66 starter records (random for 10 of 32 years would be 114.5). Of those, only 8.5 have survived as eventual records or tied records. (random 24.1). 

    1881 -- Although the winter remained cold, most of this year turned quite warm again, and set 16 "starter" highs (two tied for a count of 15.00). Of those, six still remain, two later tied, one untied in May, three untied in September, one tied also, and one later tied in December (count 5.00, survival percentage 33.3%, or 37.5% of shared dates). This is a relatively good production and also retention rate from this era. The reading of 101F on Sept 7 was only surpassed by Sept 2, 1953 (102F) and remains the latest 100F reading of any summer season. The record 93F on May 12 was the earliest occurrence of that temperature before May 10, 1970 and was not surpassed until April 1976. May 11 (90F) was not a starter record as 1896 reached 91F. September 1881 was warmest on record after adjustment for urban heat island (which was weak compared to more recent contenders). The average maximum in September 1881 was 80.8 F (1871-1900 mean 73.6). December 1881 was also a very mild month. The average for years that broke 1881 records was 1936 for the ten that have fallen, if the other six fell this year, that average would change to 1968. The ten records broken were eventually surpassed by an average of 5.9 deg which drops to 3.7 if the records are averaged in also. The year had nine record low maxima by end of the data set, of which three were tied, so the count is 7.50. One of those was 50F on Oct 5th, between record highs on 1st and 8th. 

    1881 with a count of 15.0 for record low minima in the starter era established six surviving record low minima with three two-way ties for a count of 4.50. Two were in the same brief cold interval between the October record highs. 35F on Oct 5th remains the earliest on record for that reading. For record high minima, the May heat records had minima in the mid 60s which were recently broken, but September 7th (79F) is still tied with 2nd (1898) as high September minimum. Three other records survived from the late Sept to Oct 1st warm spell (two of these since tied) -- 75F on 27th the most impressive of them. Oct 31 shares a record high min with 1961. The December warmth was not as able to sustain its modest record high minima. The total count is five shared dates, count of 3.50. 

    Temp ___ date _____ broken _____ eventual end of data record max

    _93F ___ May 12 ___ eventual record .. (second warmest 89F 1991, third warmest 88F 1959, 1987) (prev day 90F non rec) 

    _96F ___ Aug 13 ___ 2002 (98F) __ 2005 (99F) ____ tied later by 1944, 1988 (and by later non-rec, 2016)

    _93F ___ Aug 31 ___ 1953 (100F) _ 1953 (100F) ___ also later exceeded by 94F (1973) and 96F (2010). 

    _97F ___ Sep 6 ____ eventual record .. (second warmest 94F 1983, third warmest tied 93F 1922, 1987, 2018.)

    101F ___ Sep 7 ____ eventual record .. (second warmest 93F 1919, third warmest 92F 2015, fourth 91F tied 1983, 1995)  

    _85F ___ Sep 24 ____ 1920 (88F) __ 2017 (91F) ____ tied 1870 

    _89F ___ Sep 25 ____ 1970 (90F) __ 1970 (90F) ____ tied later by 1926 and non-rec 2010, so tied for second warmest of date.

    _91F ___ Sep 26 ____ eventual record tied in 1970 .. (third warmest 90F 1895, fourth warmest 89F 1958.). (recent, 87F 2007).

    _86F ___ Sep 27 ____ 1933 (90F) __ 1933 (90F) ____ now tied fourth with 1972, after 89F (1998.) and 87F in 2017.

    _88F ___ Sep 28 ____ eventual record .. (second warmest 85F 1943, third warmest 84F 2014, fourth 83F 1901,48,54,59)

    _82F ___ Sep 30 ___ 1905 (88F) __ 1986 (89F) 

    _84F ___ Oct 1 ____ 1927 (88F) __ 1927 (88F) ____ second warmest of date, third is 86F (1950).

    _80F ___ Oct 8 ____ 1916 (84F) __ 2007 (87F) ____ tied by 1900 

    _70F ___ Oct 30 ___ 1912 (72F) __ 1946,61 (82F) 

    _59F ___ Dec 13 ___ 1919 (63F) __ 2015 (67F) 

    _67F ___ Dec 14 ____ eventual record tied in 2015 .. (third warmest tied 63F 1918, 2001, fifth 61F in 1991).

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    1882 _ This year turned considerably colder than the previous four to six year relative warm spell. The idea that Krakatoa caused the cold 1880s must be partly wrong because 1882 and 1883 were generally cold, Krakatoa erupted in late August 1883. It is more likely that cold around 1884-1885 can be attributed to that volcanic dust veil. As a result of this trend, only four record highs were set in 1882, one tied later in 1888, for a count of 3.50 (similar to 1875 and slightly higher than 1893). The average year for breaking records set in 1882 was 1928. The average eventual surplus of the record high was 9.5 degrees.

    The extinction date for 1882 record maxima was Mar 2, 1972.

    The year eventually had six surviving low maximum records, one tied for a count of 5.50; a high reading of 6 on Jan 24 1882 is a monthly record which has been surpassed by 4 F in Feb and 2 F in Dec. 

    The year had a low count of record low minima (6.0 in the starter era) but held on to three to the end of data (count 3.00), with -6 also on Jan 24th the most impressive; the others were in early December. There were no high minima that survived but 48F (Mar 2) was only edged out by 50F in 1972 and 1991. 

    Temp ___ date _____ broken _____ eventual end of data record max

    _64F ____ Mar 2 ____ 1972 (72F) ___ 1972 (72F) ____ now tied with 1973 fourth warmest (71F 1991 second, 67F 2004 third). 

    _73F ____ Apr 2 ____ 1918 (78F) ___ 1967 (81F) 

    _87F ____ Sep 19 ___ 1906 (90F) ___ 1983 (94F) ___ now fifth warmest, 1946 tied 1906 and 1947 had 88F. 

    _69F ____ Nov 1 ____ 1915 (71F) ___ 1950 (84F) ____ tied later by 1888

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    1883 _ This was another quite cold year, March and September in particular were close to being coldest on record. However, it was noted in the comparative stats for NYC and Toronto that NYC ran a bit closer to normal at times, suggesting a strong gradient within a generally cold pattern. This may be why 1883 managed to produce even eight "starter" record highs; with no ties before 1900 the count was 8.00.  By 1914 this year's count was already down to 4.5. The average year for breaking records set in 1883 was 1925. The average eventual surplus of the record high was 8.5 degrees.

    The extinction date for 1883 records was Feb 4, 1991.

    The year eventually had ten surviving low maximum records, two tied for a count of 9.00; September 9-12 was exceptional with four maxima in the low 60s, three setting records. Parts of March were also anomalously cold.  

    The year had a count of 14 record lows in the starter era, and established only five record low minima with one tied (count 4.50), but this is deceptive, 1883 turned very cold at the same time as 1885 on several occasions and that was a really dominant cold year (only one record from a very cold March 1883 for example). The most significant cold minimum was probably 43F on Sept 10 which was the earliest autumn reading that cold. 1883 also has four minima that while not records at the time have become "coldest since records set" to the end of the data. The year managed to take down one high minimum, a rather weak one that has not been surpassed or tied, 73F on June 7th but this is several degrees lower than most date records in early June. It will very likely fall soon, having been nudged by 72F in 1984 in advance of several higher readings in a heat wave just developing on that date. (count 1.00). 

    Temp ___ date _____ broken _____ eventual end of data record max

    _54F ____ Feb 4 ____ 1991 (63F) ___ 1991 (63F) ___ 1883 remained second warmest to 2016, is now 5th. 

    _55F ____ Mar 15 ___ 1903 (56F) ___ 1990 (77F)

    _90F ____ June 10 ___ 1906 (91F) ___ 2008 (96F)

    _95F ____ July 7 _____ 1934 (97F) ___ 2010 (100F)

    _75F ____ Oct 11 ____ 1904 (79F) ___ 1949 (85F)

    _80F ____ Oct 14 ____ 1920 (84F) ___ 1920 (84F) ___ now tied fourth warmest with 83F 1975 second, 81F 1954 third.

    _68F ____ Nov 22 ____1931 (72F) ___ 1931 (72F) ___ now third warmest after 70F 1940 second. 

    _64F ____ Nov 23 ____ 1913 (70F) ___1931 (72F) ___ later tied by 1909

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    1884 _ This year was not quite as cold as the two on either side of it, and had some limited warm spells. The production of starter record highs was about average (which is 11.4), at 12.00 from 14 records, including four tied with other years in the starter era (1869-1900). About half of these were in October. The average for years breaking records set in 1884 was 1921. The average surplus of the eventual record high was 10.6 deg. The extinction date for 1884 record highs is Sep 5th, 1961.

    The year produced eleven (now ten) record low maxima, one of which has become a four-way tie. That makes the count 10.25. One date held is leap year day Feb 29th. 7 for Dec 20 is a notable record low max. Note, this count has just been reduced to 8.75 as the cold spell at the end of May 2021 took away one record and tied another (low maxima). 

    The year also established four record low minima, one of which was tied (count 3.50), after a fairly average production of 9.5 in the starter era. The low of -3 on Dec 20 was later broken by 1942 (-4F). There were surprisingly four record high minima, one is now a three-way tie and another a two-way tie, so the count is 2.83. September 9-10 have minima of 77F, the highest values since these were set are 76 and 74 (both in the past decade). 

    Temp ___ date _____ broken _____ eventual end of data record max

    _51F ____ Feb 7 ____ 1904 (53F) ____ 2020 (56F)

    _56F ____ Feb 14 ___ 1938 (58F) ____ 1946 (63F)

    _58F ____ Mar 25 ___ 1910 (75F) ____ 1963 (79F) _____ later tied by 1904

    _58F ____ Mar 28 ___ 1903 (62F) ____ 1945 (84F)

    _86F ____ May 24 ___ 1936 (92F) ____ 1975 (93F) ___ tied by 1880, 1904, 1912

    _90F ____ Sep 5 ____ 1961 (93F) ____ 1985 (95F) ____ tied by 1898 and later by 1944, 1959

    _91F ____ Sep 9 ____ 1915 (94F) ____ 1915 (94F) ____ now tied fourth, 1959 (93F) second and 1964 (92F) third

    _82F ____ Sep 29 ___ 1921 (86F) ____ 1945 (88F) ____ tied by 1891

    _80F ____ Oct 6 ____ 1910 (84F) ____ 1941 (90F) 

    _77F ____ Oct 13 ___ 1928 (78F) ____ 1954 (87F)

    _71F ____ Oct 20 ___ 1916 (77F) ____ 1947, 69 (80F) ____ later tied by 1905, 1906

    _74F ____ Oct 21 ___ 1914 (77F) ____ 1920 (84F) 

    _76F ____ Oct 22 ___ 1914 (76F) ____ 1979 (88F)

    _58F ____ Dec 7 ____ 1932 (63F) ____ 1998 (75F) ____ tied 1879, later tied by 1911

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    1885 _ Another very cold year, in particular Feb-Mar. There were ten record highs set, with a count of 7.25 as of 1900, from four ordinary ties and one four-way tie among those. None survived to the present time. One record (Apr 22) may be somewhat invalid as 1842 was likely warmer (it hit 90F at Toronto and 80F at Providence RI). The average of years that broke these records was 1926. The average surplus of eventual record highs was 7.3 F deg. The extinction date for 1885 record highs was July 25th, 1987.

    The year established 8 record low maxima surviving to present time, with the count 6.33. The interval Mar 17 to 23 had four of these with maximum readings as low as 21F during a week of below-freezing temperatures (normal highs near 50F by this time).

    The count of record lows in the starter era was 18.33 (fourth highest and also fourth all-time) and there were eight surviving record low minima, with three ties for a count of 6.50. Mar 21 had 10F. One high minimum record (80F on July 25) survives.

    Temp ___ date _____ broken _____ eventual end of data record max

    _59F ____ Jan 1 ____ 1919 (61F) ___ 1966 (62F)

    _81F ____ Apr 22 __ 1902 (84F)  ___1962,73,2001 (86F) ___ tied by 1886

    _87F ____ May 19 __ 1903 (88F) ___ 1962 (99F)

    _97F ____ July 17 ___ 1953 (100F) __ 1953 (100F) ___ tied by 1900 __ 1955, 1968, 1999 hit 98F

    _99F ____ July 21 ___ 1926 (100F) __ 1977 (104F) ___ 1957, 1980, 1991 hit 102F, 1957 100F

    _92F ____ July 22 ___ 1918 (98F) ___ 2011 (104F)

    _94F ____ July 25 ___ 1987 (95F) ___ 1999 (97F) ____ tied 1873, later tied by 1944

    _89F ____ Aug 1 ____ 1911 (92F) ___ 1933 (100F) ___ tied 1873, 1879, and later by 1887

    _69F ____ Nov 7 ____ 1938 (78F) ___ 1938 (78F) ____ now 5th warmest (2020 74F, 2015 72F, 1975 71F)

    _60F ____ Dec 10 ___ 1911 (61F) ___ 1946 (70F) _____ tied 1878

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    1886 _ This year managed to produce 16 record highs in the starter era (1869-1900) and a count of 13.83 from three ordinary ties and one three-way tie among those. All have been broken eventually. The average for years breaking these records was 1928, and the eventual margin of final record highs over them was 10.4 deg. The extinction date for 1886 record highs was Apr 24th, 2001.

    The year produced eight record low maxima of which one was later tied three times, for a count of 7.25.

    From a healthy count of 16.33 in the starter era, there were nine record low minima which survived to end of the data, with three ties and two more three-way ties, for a count of 6.17, and also the year's lowest temperature of -4 on Feb 5 fell to -6 on that date in 1918. There were no record high minima, in the prolonged April warm spell the closest reading to eventual record high minima was 58 (Apr 22) which had already been surpassed by 59 in 1885 and eventually also by 60F in 1926, 1977 and the record 62F in 2016. 

    Temp ___ date _____ broken _____ eventual end of data record max

    _60F ____ Mar 16 ___ 1913 (63F) ___ 1990 (82F)

    _62F ____ Mar 31 ___ 1905 (70F) ___ 1998 (86F)

    _81F ____ Apr 19 ___ 1914 (82F) ___ 1976 (92F)

    _81F ____ Apr 22 ___ 1902 (84F) ___ 1962, 73, 2001 (86F) ____ tied 1885 __ 1842 before data likely warmer

    _84F ____ Apr 23 ___ 1996 (85F) ___ 2007 (86F) ____ later tied by 1925, now tied third warmest for date

    _83F ____ Apr 24 ___ 2001 (87F) ___ 2001 (87F) ____ second warmest on Apr 24 (1957,1992 81F tied third).

    _81F ____ May 5 ____1919 (88F) ____ 1949, 55, 80 (90F) 

    _84F ____ May 22 ___1911 (86F) ___ 1941 (96F) ____ later tied by 1903

    _86F ____ May 23 ___1925 (91F) ___ 1964 (94F) ____ later tied by 1902

    _94F ____ July 30 ___ 1913 (95F) ___ 1917, 33, 40, 88 (98F)

    _90F ____ Aug 28 ___ 1948 (100F) __ 1948 (100F) ___ then frequent warmer days than 1886 incl 98F 1953, 73.

    _87F ____ Sep 17 ___ 1915 (91F) ___ 1991 (93F)

    _78F ____ Oct 12 ___ 1928 (86F) ___ 1928, 54 (86F) ____ tied 1880

    _67F ____ Nov 3 ____ 1903 (68F) ___ 2003 (79F) ____ tied 1876 and then tied by 1892

    _64F ____ Nov 18 ___ 1906 (65F) ___ 1921, 28 (73F) ____ tied by 1890

    _64F ____ Nov 24 ___ 1931 (68F) ___ 1979 (73F) ____ recent max also 69F in 2014

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    1887 _ This year was near average for the starter era producing 11 record highs, 8 exclusively held, two tied and one four-way tie. A reading of 96F on July 16th was not a starter record (98F 1879) but was warmer than many others in July during that period. 79F on April 10 had been edged out previously by 80F in 1871. These records have all been broken with the average date of that being 1923. The average surplus of the eventual record high was 10.6 deg. The extinction date for 1887 record highs was Jan 29th, 1975.

    Only four eventual record low maxima come from 1887 and one was a three-way tie eventually, so the count is now 3.33. That is higher than a long-term average but lower than the period average. The 29F max on March 29th is a late season benchmark although 30F on April 7, 1982 was close and forms the next benchmark (latest so cold in spring or perhaps end of winter).

    Once again this year produced a healthy crop of starter record low minima (16.17). There were five surviving record lows, one tied, making the count 4.50. These were mostly in the autumn, after one on March 30th (16F). One record high minimum occurred on Dec 14 (53F) -- the high on same date only 58F and not close to the starter and eventual period of data record of 64F (1879). I would picture this being a foggy of hazy sort of very late autumnal day with the next day a bit cooler and wet (0.70" rain). 

     

    Temp ___ date _____ broken _____ eventual end of data record max

    _53F ____ Jan 29 ___ 1975 (55F) ___ 2002 (69F) ___ second warmest after 1975, tied by 1950 at that point, now tied third also with 2006.

    _63F ____ Feb 11 ___ 1960 (65F) ___ 1960, 2009 (65F) ___ remains third warmest of date, 2018 (62F) fourth. 

    _52F ____ Feb 19 ___ 1930 (57F) ___ 1997 (66F) ____ tied later by 1909

    _78F ____ Apr 11 ___ 1922 (80F) ___ 1955 (84F) ____ recent 2011 (81F) and 2017 (80F) pushed 1887 to fifth.

    _87F ____ May 20 ___ 1903 (89F) ___ 1996 (96F) ____ tied 1877

    _89F ____ May 21 ___ 1912 (89F) ___ 1996 (93F) 

    _89F ____ Aug 1 ____ 1911 (92F) ___ 1933 (100F) ___ tied 1873, 1879, and 1885.

    _77F ____ Oct 7 _____ 1912 (81F) ___ 1944 (88F)

    _76F ____ Oct 10 ____ 1912 (78F) ___ 1939 (91F) ___ tied later by 1909

    _64F ____ Nov 4 _____ 1903 (70F) ___ 1975 (78F) 

    _50F ____ Dec 28 ____ 1904 (51F) ___ 1982, 2008 (65F) ____ tied 1874

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    1888 _ The year started out rather cold and returned to that pattern in the early autumn, but other parts of the year were somewhat warmer. A total of 11 record highs were set in the starter era (1869-1900) and two were ties for a count of 10.0. Two of these records (in June) have survived to be eventual ultimate records. The nine that have been broken were first passed by 1928 on average, but if the two June records fall this year, that would change to 1944. The average surplus of eventual record highs to these nine broken would be 7.0 F deg, which falls to 5.7 if the two unbroken marks are included.

    This year was most famous for the "Blizzard of 1888" (March 12-13) which dropped  19.5" at NYC and 30-50 inches in the regions north of the city. That had an impact on temperatures for the rest of March. The year set a total of 14 low maxima, one tied with another later year, and another tied with two, for a count of 12.83 which falls just short of the coldest year 1875 (16 records, count 13.33). One of these was 12F at the end of the Blizzard (March 13th). Another cold spell later included a max of 20F on March 23rd which is a late season benchmark. There were early cold benchmarks set in October (47F max 3rd, 43F max 9th). It was also record cold in the CET records at around this time, and rebounded to record warmth in late October which was also similar (Nov 1 for NYC).

    The year had by far more record low minima than any other year, starter era or all time, with the count 37.17 even by 1900, and of those, 17 record low minima have survived, with the count 12.75 (three ordinary ties, three three-way ties, one four-way tie) which falls to second behind the 14.5 of 1875. At the end of the Blizzard, three record lows were set, 6F on March 13th was second coldest for the month. It had already been very cold at times in the preceding winter, with zero F on Jan 22 and 1F on Feb 16 setting records. Later in March it was 12 on March 24. In the autumn, 46F on Sept 7 was an early season benchmark, and a total of five more record lows were set in early October (35F on 10th). The year also had two surviving record high minima, 77F on June 23rd (second highest for the date is 76F in 1909, 1910 and 2017), and 50F on Dec 17 was tied in 2015, for a count of 1.50 high minima at this point. 

     

    Temp ___ date _____ broken _____ eventual end of data record max

    _83F ____ Apr 29 ____1951 (84F) ___ 1974 (89F)

    _90F ____ June 18 ___ 1905 (91F) ___ 1929 (95F) ___ recent max is 1994 (92F)

    _93F ____ June 22 ___ 1921 (95F) ___ 1988 (98F) ___ the 1888 reading now fifth, 1941 (96F) second and 1943 (94F) fourth.

    _96F ____ June 23 ____ eventual record .. (second warmest 1966 (94F), third warmest 1965 (93F)).

    _96F ____ June 24 ____ eventual record .. (second warmest tied 1908, 1966 (94F), fourth tied 1975, 2003 (93F)).

    _94F ____ Aug 4 _____ 1936 (95F) ___ 1944 (100F) ____ later tied by 1928 ___ more recently 96F (1993,95).

    _94F ____ Aug 16 ____ 1938 (95F) ___ 1944 (96F) ____ remains third warmest for date (93 F 1970,97,2002,15 highest since 1944).

    _69F ____ Nov 1 _____ 1915 (71F) ___ 1950 (84F) ____ tied 1882 ___ 72F on Nov 2, 1888 was not a record, 73F in 1876.

    _68F ____ Nov 6 _____ 1938 (70F) ___ 1948, 2015 (74F)

    _55F ____  Dec 17 ___ 1924 (57F) ___ 2000 (62F) ____ tied by 1894

    _52F ____ Dec 18 ___ 1915 (57F) ___ 1937, 84 (63F)

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    1889 _ Another famous weather event occurred at the end of May 1889, the Johnstown PA flood from excessive rainfalls but this had no direct impact on the NYC records. The temperatures reflected a rather active storm track at several times during the year (there was also a tornadic wind event in the northeastern states that did damage in Brooklyn NY on January 9th, 1889 -- the maximum temperature at NYC was 54, two degrees below the starter record high from 1876). There was a very mild December to start the generally very mild winter of 1889-90. The year 1889 set 10 record highs, one being an ordinary tie and another a three-way tie eventually, so the count was 8.83 by 1900 (it was 9.5 at end of the year as ties were mainly later in the starter era). None of these records managed to survive (one made it