Summer of 2010 Climate Summary

Jeff Boyne, NWS La Crosse, WI

The summer of 2010 was warm, humid, and wet across northeast Iowa, southeast Minnesota, and western Wisconsin.  This was mainly a result of the area being located on the periphery of a subtropical ridge which brought frequent bouts of precipitation to the region.  More details on the temperatures, rainfall, and humidity can be found below...including the seasonal climate summaries for La Crosse, WI and Rochester, MN.

Temperatures:

During the meteorological summer of 2010 (June 1st through August 31st), temperatures averaged 1 to 3 degrees above normal across northeast Iowa, southeast Minnesota, and western Wisconsin.  However, many would be surprised that the maximum temperatures were anywhere from a degree below normal to 2 degrees above normal.  The combination of wet soils and more cloud cover due to the frequent bouts of precipitation kept the maximum temperatures cooler.  Meanwhile the minimum temperatures averaged 3 to 5 degrees above normal.  This is mainly due to the higher dew points, above-normal precipitation, and cloud cover.

The tables below compare the temperatures this past summer to other summers.

Northeast Iowa...

                        Average
                      Temperature                       Length of
  Location            Jun 1-Aug 31        Rank            Record
  --------            ------------        ----          ---------
Guttenberg            74.3 degrees      9th Warmest      63 years
Decorah               72.6 degrees     17th Warmest     105 years
Charles City          72.2 degrees     24th Warmest     116 years
Fayette               71.4 degrees     22nd Warmest     112 years
Oelwein               71.2 degrees     29th Warmest      83 years
Waukon                70.9 degrees     12th Warmest      69 years
Osage                 70.7 degrees     43rd Warmest     101 years
New Hampton           69.6 degrees     67th Warmest     111 years


Southeast Minnesota...

                        Average
                      Temperature                       Length of
  Location            Jun 1-Aug 31        Rank            Record
  --------            ------------        ----          ---------
Minnesota City        73.2 degrees      2nd Warmest      12 years
Preston               71.9 degrees      2nd Warmest      50 years
Winona Dam 5A         71.9 degrees      9th Warmest      24 years
Theilman              71.4 degrees      7th Warmest      41 years
Rochester             70.9 degrees      9th Warmest      95 years
Caledonia             70.7 degrees      6th Warmest      68 years
Austin                70.2 degrees     22nd Warmest      71 years
Byron                 68.9 degrees      4th Warmest      12 years
Grand Meadow          68.7 degrees     53rd Warmest     117 years


Western Wisconsin...

                        Average
                      Temperature                       Length of
  Location            Jun 1-Aug 16        Rank            Record
  --------            ------------        ----          ---------
Lynxville Dam         74.8 degrees      5th Warmest      68 years 
Genoa Dam             74.4 degrees      4th Warmest      70 years
Alma Dam              73.7 degrees      3rd Warmest      62 years
La Crosse             73.7 degrees     11th Warmest     138 years
Trempealeau Dam       73.5 degrees      8th Warmest      71 years
Boscobel              73.3 degrees       Warmest          5 years
Lone Rock             72.6 degrees       Warmest         44 years
Prairie du Chien      72.5 degrees     41st Warmest     116 years
Lancaster             72.2 degrees     15th Warmest     105 years
Platteville           72.2 degrees      7th Warmest      61 years
Sparta                71.9 degrees      7th Warmest      70 years
Richland Center       71.4 degrees     23rd Warmest      87 years
Gays Mills            71.0 degrees      4th Warmest      23 years
Friendship            70.9 degrees      4th Warmest      18 years
Hillsboro             70.2 degrees     23rd Warmest     108 years 
Necedah 2SE           70.0 degrees     16th Warmest      55 years
Viroqua               69.4 degrees     39th Warmest     102 years
Neillsville           68.5 degrees     32nd Warmest     113 years
Owen 3W               67.9 degrees     10th Warmest      63 years
Medford               67.4 degrees     26th Warmest     115 years

Rainfall:

Through much of the 2010 meteorological summer (June 1st through August 31st), northeast Iowa, southeast Minnesota, and western Wisconsin remained on the periphery of a subtropical high located across the the southern United States.  While residents underneath this high saw record heat, a progressive train of systems rotating around this high brought frequent rounds of precipitation across the Northern Plains, Upper Mississippi River Valley, and Great Lakes. With the exception of northeast Wisconsin and western Upper Michigan, the rain has alleviated much of the drought across the region.  During the summer of 2010, area rainfall values have generally ranged between 15 and 27 inches.  Normally only 13 inches falls during an entire meteorological summer. 

The following locations established new precipitation records during the summer of 2010...

  • Alma Dam 4, Wisconsin  24.47 inches - previous record 23.72 inches in 1998
  • Hillsboro, Wisconsin  22.90 inches - previous record 22.38 inches in 1980
  • La Crosse, Wisconsin 20.93 inches - previous record 20.32 inches in 2007
  • Lone Rock, Wisconsin  22.69 inches - previous record 21.93 inches in 2007
  • Necedah 2SE, Wisconsin  21.80 inches - previous record 20.99 inches in 1980
  • Ontario, Wisconsin  24.59 inches - previous record 22.68 inches in 2007
  • Wabasha, Minnesota  24.21 inches - previous record 22.21 inches in 1993
  • Winona Dam 5A, Minnesota  20.21 inches - previous record 20.19 inches in 1998

The tables below compare the 2010 summer rainfall totals (June 1st through August 31st) to other wet summers.

Northeast Iowa...

                2010 Summer
                  Rainfall       Wettest
                   Total         Summer
  Location      Jun 1-Aug 31      Rank       Wettest Summer
  --------      ------------    -------      --------------
Fayette          22.81 inches     3rd     24.82 inches in 1993
Dorchester       20.97 inches     7th     24.23 inches in 2007
Waukon           20.85 inches     5th     27.79 inches in 2009
Guttenberg       20.60 inches     3rd     22.47 inches in 1940
New Hampton      20.28 inches     7th     31.39 inches in 1993
Decorah          19.08 inches    11th     29.23 inches in 1993
Postville        18.87 inches     8th     27.11 inches in 2007
Osage            18.30 inches    11th     27.15 inches in 1980
Waucoma 3SE      18.04 inches     8th     28.20 inches in 1993
Cresco           17.07 inches    19th     28.45 inches in 1993
Charles City     16.24 inches    22nd     29.87 inches in 1999


Southeast Minnesota...

                2010 Summer
                  Rainfall       Wettest
                   Total         Summer
  Location      Jun 1-Aug 31      Rank       Wettest Summer
  --------      ------------    -------      --------------
Wabasha          24.59 inches     1st     Previous Record -
                                          22.21 inches in 1993
Caledonia        21.94 inches     7th     27.46 inches in 2007
La Crescent      21.89 inches     2nd     23.79 inches in 2007
Winona Dam 5A    20.21 inches     1st     Previous - Record
                                          20.19 inches in 1998
Lanesboro        19.98 inches     5th     27.69 inches in 2007
Theilman         19.92 inches     4th     21.20 inches in 1993
Lake City        18.10 inches     4th     25.53 inches in 2002
Preston          17.41 inches    12th     23.64 inches in 1990
Minnesota City   16.94 inches    11th     21.30 inches in 1998
Rochester        16.49 inches    15th     23.34 inches in 2000
Elgin 2 SSW      16.13 inches    14th     22.91 inches in 1998
Austin           15.92 inches    11th     26.05 inches in 1990
Grand Meadow     15.60 inches    28th     23.32 inches in 1999


Western Wisconsin...

                2010 Summer
                  Rainfall       Wettest
                   Total         Summer
  Location      Jun 1-Aug 31      Rank       Wettest Summer
  --------      ------------    -------      --------------
Genoa Dam 8      26.67 inches     2nd     27.03 inches in 2007
Platteville      24.64 inches     2nd     26.44 inches in 1993
Ontario          25.80 inches     1st     Previous Record -
                                          22.68 inches in 2007
Westby 3ENE      25.33 inches     2nd     26.62 inches in 2007
Alma Dam 4       24.47 inches     1st     Previous Record -
                                          23.72 inches in 1998
Viroqua          23.97 inches     3rd     30.01 inches in 2007
Hillsboro        22.90 inches     1st     Previous Record -
                                          22.38 inches in 1980
Lone Rock        22.69 inches     1st     Previous Record -
                                          21.93 inches in 2007
Richland Center  22.31 inches     4th     29.35 inches in 2007
Lancaster        22.00 inches     2nd     26.42 inches in 1993
Necedah 2SE      21.80 inches     1st     Previous Record -
                                          20.99 inches in 1980
La Crosse        20.93 inches     1st     Previous Record -
                                          20.32 inches in 2007
Gays Mills       20.27 inches     3rd     30.27 inches in 2007
Boscobel         19.66 inches     2nd     24.33 inches in 2007
Owen 3W          18.64 inches     5th     23.40 inches in 1980
Sparta           18.17 inches     5th     19.42 inches in 1998
Medford          17.68 inches    13th     28.30 inches in 1905
Neillsville 3SW  17.61 inches     8th     21.53 inches in 1980
Trempealeau Dam  17.17 inches     8th     22.26 inches in 1978
Lynxville Dam 9  16.92 inches     9th     22.45 inches in 1951
Prairie du Chien 16.14 inches    21st     27.91 inches in 2007 

 Average Daily Dew Points

If you felt that summer was more humid than usual, you were right.  The average summer dew point (a measure of the amount of moisture in the air) was the highest at Rochester, MN and the second highest at La Crosse, WI.  More on the dew points at Rochester and La Crosse can be found below.

...Highest Average Daily Dew Point for a Summer in Rochester MN...

During the meteorological summer of 2010, the average dew point at Rochester International Airport was 63.1 degrees. This was 4.1 degrees higher than the normal of 59.0 degrees.  This was the highest average dew point for a summer.  The previous record was 62.8 degrees in 1995.  The table below contains the top ten highest average dew points for a summer.

         Highest Average Dew Points
        during a Meterological Summer
             in Rochester MN

                 Average
      Rank      Dew Point         Year
      ----      ---------         ----
        1     63.1 degrees        2010
        2     62.8 degrees        1995
        3     62.2 degrees        2002
        4     61.3 degrees        1983
        5     61.2 degrees        1987
        6     61.1 degrees        1999
        7     61.0 degrees        1991
        8     60.9 degrees        1980
        9     60.8 degrees        2005
       10     60.2 degrees        2001 


In contrast, the summers of 2008 (57.5 degrees - 8th driest) and 2009 (56.1 degrees - 4th driest) finished in the top ten for lowest average dew points for a summer.  The lowest average dew point occurred back in 1985 when the average dew point was just 51.3 degrees. 

Average daily dew point records for Rochester date back to 1973.

...Second Highest Average Daily Dew Point for a Summer in La Crosse WI...

During the meteorological summer of 2010, the average dew point at La Crosse Municipal Airport was 63.9 degrees.  This was 4.6 degrees higher than the normal of 59.3 degrees.  This was the second highest average dew point for a summer.  The only summer which had a higher average dew point was 1995 when the average dew point was 64.3 degrees.  The table below contains the top ten highest average dew points for a summer.

         Highest Average Dew Points
        during a Meterological Summer
             in La Crosse WI

                 Average
      Rank      Dew Point         Year
      ----      ---------         ----
        1     64.3 degrees        1995
        2     63.9 degrees        2010
        3     63.6 degrees        1980
        4     63.3 degrees        1981
        5     62.8 degrees        1978
        6     62.6 degrees        1983
        7     62.4 degrees        1991
        8     62.3 degrees        2002
        9     62.1 degrees        1999
       10     62.0 degrees        1987 


In contrast, the summers of 2008 (58.5 degrees - 8th driest) and 2009 (57.4 degrees - 5th driest) finished in the top ten for lowest average dew points for a summer.  The lowest average dew point occurred back in 1985 when the average dew point was just 54.2 degrees. 

Average daily dew point records for La Crosse date back to 1948. 

La Crosse, WI

...11th Warmest and Wettest Summer in La Crosse WI...

Meteorological summer /June 1 through August 31/ was warmer and wetter than normal in La Crosse WI. More details are listed below...

Temperatures...

During meteorological summer...the La Crosse Municipal Airport had an average temperature of 73.7 degrees.  This was 1.9 degrees warmer than the 1971-2000 normal of 71.8 degrees.  This ties 1983 for the 11th warmest summer.  The last time La Crosse was this warm during a summer was back in 2005 when the average temperature was 73.8 degrees.  The warmest summer occurred back in 1995 when the average temperature was 75.7 degrees.  The table below lists the top 20 warmest meteorological summers in La Crosse WI... 

     Warmest Meteorological Summers
       June 1 through August 31
           in La Crosse WI

                 Average
    Rank       Temperature       Year
    ----       -----------       ----
      1        75.7 degrees      1995
      2        75.3 degrees      1988
      3        74.2 degrees      1980
      4        74.0 degrees      1955
               74.0 degrees      1949
               74.0 degrees      1901
      7        73.9 degrees      1936
      8        73.8 degrees      2005
               73.8 degrees      1931
               73.8 degrees      1921
     11        73.7 degrees      2010
               73.7 degrees      1983
     13        73.4 degrees      1991
               73.4 degrees      1987
               73.4 degrees      1933
               73.4 degrees      1873
     17        73.3 degrees      1937
     18        73.2 degrees      2006
               73.2 degrees      1894
     20        73.0 degrees      1874


The temperatures this summer were fairly typical of a La Nina summer.  Since 1950, there have been 15 La Nina summers.  In eleven out of these fifteen, or 73.3 percent, the average temperature was above normal.  The only La Nina summers during this period that averaged below normal temperatures were 1950, 1971, 1974, and 1985.  In all four of these summers, the La Nina was weakening during the summer. However, this year, the La Nina was strengthing during the summer season.

Other temperature tidbits this summer...

The temperature reached or exceeded 90 degrees on eleven days.  This was the most since 2007 when there were fifteen days.  Normally, there are thirteen 90 degree days during a summer.

On August 5th, the low temperature fell to 59 degrees.  This was the first time since July 1st that temperature fell below 60 degrees.  The 35 day stretch was the fourth longest stretch of days with temperatures 60 degrees or greater, and the longest stretch since a 42-day (July 9 to August 19) stretch back in 1995.  The longest stretch ever recorded in La Crosse was a 43-day stretch (June 17 to July 19) back in 1921.

The temperature remained at or above 60 degrees on 74 days (80.3 percent of the days).  The only other time this has occurred in La Crosse was back in 1881.  Normally, there are only 52 days during the summer when the temperature remains at or above 60 degrees.

The table below provides a breakdown of the temperature departures from normal for La Crosse WI this summer...

                                            Departure from
                                                Normal
                                            --------------
June   Monthly Avg. Temp       69.5 degrees  -0.1 degrees
       Monthly Avg. Max Temp   79.0 degrees  -2.3 degrees
       Monthly Avg. Min Temp   60.1 degrees  +2.2 degrees

July   Monthly Avg. Temp       75.5 degrees  +1.5 degrees
       Monthly Avg. Max Temp   84.8 degrees  -0.4 degrees
       Monthly Avg. Min Temp   66.2 degrees  +3.4 degrees

August Monthly Avg. Temp       75.8 degrees  +4.2 degrees
       Monthly Avg. Max Temp   85.6 degrees  +3.1 degrees  
       Monthly Avg. Min Temp   66.1 degrees  +5.4 degrees  

Summer Seasonal Avg. Temp       73.7 degrees  +1.9 degrees 
       Seasonal Avg. Max Temp   83.2 degrees  +0.2 degrees 
       Seasonal Avg. Min Temp   64.2 degrees  +3.7 degrees


Precipitation...

During the meteorological summer, the La Crosse Municipal Airport received 20.93 inches of precipitation.  This was 8.40 inches wetter than the 1971-2000 normal of 12.53 inches.  This was the wettest summer on record, dating back to 1872.  The previous record was 20.32 inches back in 2007.

The table below lists the top ten wettest meteorological summers in La Crosse WI... 

     Wettest Meteorological Summers
       June 1 through August 31
           in La Crosse WI

             Precipitation
    Rank         Total       Year
    ----     -------------   ----
      1      20.93 inches    2010
      2      20.32 inches    2007
      3      20.12 inches    1990
      4      19.88 inches    1993
      5      19.82 inches    1981
      6      19.38 inches    1899
      7      18.08 inches    1928
      8      17.89 inches    1953
      9      17.87 inches    1952
     10      17.39 inches    1978


This La Nina summer was unusual, because they are typically drier than normal.  During the fifteen La Nina summers since 1950, ten (66.7 percent) had below normal precipitation.  Besides this summer, only 1950, 1973, 1998, and 1999 were wetter than normal.  The summers of 1973 and 1998 resembled this summer, because there was a quick transition from a strong El Nino (1.5 or greater Oceanic Nino Index) to a weak La Nina (-0.5 to -0.9 Oceanic Nino Index) to a moderate La Nina (-1.0 to -1.4 Oceanic Nino Index) by mid to late summer. 

The table below contains the monthly precipitation totals and their departures from normal for the summer of 2010.

          Summer 2010 Precipitation
               in La Crosse WI

                Precipitation         Departure
   Month            Total            from Normal
   -----        ------------         -----------
   June         9.01 inches         +5.01 inches
   July         6.08 inches         +1.83 inches
   August       5.84 inches         +1.56 inches
 
   Summer      20.93 inches         +8.40 inches

...................................

...THE LA CROSSE CLIMATE SUMMARY FOR THE SEASON, FROM
6/1/2010 TO 8/31/2010...

CLIMATE NORMAL PERIOD 1971 TO 2000
CLIMATE RECORD PERIOD 1873 TO 2010

WEATHER OBSERVED
VALUE DATE(S)

................................
TEMPERATURE (F)
HIGHEST 94 08/12
LOWEST 50 06/30
AVG. MAXIMUM 83.2
AVG. MINIMUM 64.2
MEAN 73.7
DAYS MAX >= 90 11
DAYS MAX <= 32 0
DAYS MIN <= 32 0
DAYS MIN <= 0 0

PRECIPITATION (INCHES)
TOTALS 20.93R
DAYS >= .01 39
DAYS >= .10 29
DAYS >= .50 12
DAYS >= 1.00 8
GREATEST
24 HR. TOTAL 2.19 AUG 8-9

SNOWFALL (INCHES)
TOTALS 0.0
SNOWDEPTH AVG. 0
DAYS >= TRACE 0
DAYS >= 1.0 0
GREATEST
SNOW DEPTH 0
24 HR TOTAL 0.0 MM

DEGREE_DAYS
HEATING TOTAL 11
COOLING TOTAL 884
.................................

WIND (MPH)
AVERAGE WIND SPEED 6.7
HIGHEST GUST SPEED/DIRECTION 60/280 DATE 07/14

- INDICATES NEGATIVE NUMBERS.
R INDICATES RECORD WAS SET OR TIED.
MM INDICATES DATA IS MISSING.
T INDICATES TRACE AMOUNT.

Rochester, MN

...9th Warmest and 15th Wettest Summer in Rochester MN...

Meteorological summer (June 1 through August 31) was warmer and wetter than normal in Rochester MN. More details are listed below...

Temperatures...

During meteorological summer...the Rochester International Airport had an average temperature of 70.9 degrees.  This was 2.9 degrees warmer than the 1971-2000 normal of 68.0 degrees.  This was the ninth warmest summer.  The warmest summer occurred back in 1949 when the average temperature was 73.0 degrees.  The table below lists the top ten warmest meteorological summers in Rochester MN... 

     Warmest Meteorological Summers
       June 1 through August 31
           in Rochester MN

                 Average
    Rank       Temperature       Year
    ----       -----------       ----
      1        73.0 degrees      1949
      2        72.3 degrees      1955
      3        72.2 degrees      1988
      4        71.9 degrees      1936
      5        71.7 degrees      1931
      6        71.4 degrees      1943
      7        71.2 degrees      1983
      8        71.1 degrees      1995
      9        70.9 degrees      2010
     10        70.7 degrees      2006


The temperatures this summer were fairly typical of a La Nina summer.  Since 1950, there have been 15 La Nina summers.  In eleven out of these fifteen, or 73.3 percent, the average temperature was above normal.  The only La Nina summers during this period that averaged below normal temperatures were 1950, 1974, 1985, and 1998.  With the exception of 1998, the La Nina was weakening during these summers. However, this year, the La Nina was strengthing during the summer season.

Other temperature tidbits this summer...

There was only 1 day in which the temperature reached or exceeded 90 degrees.  Normally, there are 8 days.

The minimum temperature was 60 degrees or warmer on 64 days (69.6 percent of the summer).  This exceeded the previous record of 59 days back in 1949.  Normally, there are only 40 days.

The table below provides a breakdown of the temperature departures from normal for Rochester MN this summer...

                                            Departure from
                                                Normal
                                            --------------
June   Monthly Avg. Temp       67.1 degrees  +1.0 degree
       Monthly Avg. Max Temp   76.1 degrees  -0.5 degrees
       Monthly Avg. Min Temp   58.1 degrees  +2.5 degrees

July   Monthly Avg. Temp       72.7 degrees  +2.6 degrees
       Monthly Avg. Max Temp   81.8 degrees  +1.7 degrees
       Monthly Avg. Min Temp   63.5 degrees  +3.4 degrees

August Monthly Avg. Temp       72.7 degrees  +5.0 degrees
       Monthly Avg. Max Temp   82.5 degrees  +5.0 degrees  
       Monthly Avg. Min Temp   63.0 degrees  +5.0 degrees  

Summer Seasonal Avg. Temp       70.9 degrees  +2.9 degrees 
       Seasonal Avg. Max Temp   80.2 degrees  +2.1 degrees
       Seasonal Avg. Min Temp   61.6 degrees  +3.7 degrees 


Precipitation...

During the meteorological summer, the Rochester International Airport received 16.49 inches of precipitation.  This was 3.55 inches wetter than the 1971-2000 normal of 12.94 inches.  This was the 15th wettest summer, and the wettest since 2007 (20.32 inches - 6th wettest).  The wettest summer occurred back in 2000 when 23.34 inches of rain fell.

The table below lists the top ten wettest meteorological summers in Rochester MN... 

     Wettest Meteorological Summers
       June 1 through August 31
           in Rochester MN

             Precipitation
    Rank         Total       Year
    ----     -------------   ----
      1      23.34 inches    2000
      2      22.86 inches    1990
      3      20.36 inches    1981
      4      19.87 inches    1978
      5      19.32 inches    1993
      6      19.14 inches    2007
      7      18.90 inches    1942
      8      18.70 inches    1999
      9      18.23 inches    1938
     10      18.20 inches    1951
     11      17.84 inches    2002
     12      17.04 inches    1935
     13      16.80 inches    1952
     14      16.56 inches    2004
     15      16.49 inches    2010
     16      16.24 inches    1914
     17      15.57 inches    1913
     18      14.82 inches    1997
     19      14.74 inches    1959
     20      14.66 inches    1979


This La Nina summer was unusual, because they are typically drier than normal.  During the fifteen La Nina summers since 1950, eleven (73.3 percent) had below normal precipitation.  Besides this summer, only 1973, 1998, and 1999 were wetter than normal.  The summers of 1973 and 1998 resembled this summer, because there was a quick transition from a strong El Nino (1.5 or greater Oceanic Nino Index) to a weak La Nina (-0.5 to -0.9 Oceanic Nino Index) to a moderate La Nina (-1.0 to -1.4 Oceanic Nino Index) by mid to late summer. 

The table below contains the monthly precipitation totals and their departures from normal for the summer of 2010.

          Summer 2010 Precipitation
               in Rochester MN

                Precipitation         Departure
   Month            Total            from Normal
   -----        ------------         -----------
   June         7.79 inches         +3.79 inches
   July         4.98 inches         +0.37 inches
   August       3.72 inches         -0.61 inches
 
   Summer      16.49 inches         +3.14 inches

...................................

...THE ROCHESTER CLIMATE SUMMARY FOR THE SEASON, FROM
6/1/2010 TO 8/31/2010...

CLIMATE NORMAL PERIOD 1971 TO 2000
CLIMATE RECORD PERIOD 1886 TO 2010

WEATHER OBSERVED
VALUE DATE(S)

................................
TEMPERATURE (F)
HIGHEST 91 07/14
LOWEST 47 08/26
AVG. MAXIMUM 80.2
AVG. MINIMUM 61.6
MEAN 70.9
DAYS MAX >= 90 1
DAYS MAX <= 32 0
DAYS MIN <= 32 0
DAYS MIN <= 0 0

PRECIPITATION (INCHES)
TOTALS 16.49
DAYS >= .01 38
DAYS >= .10 29
DAYS >= .50 10
DAYS >= 1.00 5
GREATEST
24 HR. TOTAL 1.95 08/13

SNOWFALL (INCHES)
TOTALS 0.0
SNOWDEPTH AVG. 0
DAYS >= TRACE 0
DAYS >= 1.0 0
GREATEST
SNOW DEPTH 0
24 HR TOTAL 0.0 MM

DEGREE_DAYS
HEATING TOTAL 30
COOLING TOTAL 590
.................................

WIND (MPH)
AVERAGE WIND SPEED 8.2
HIGHEST GUST SPEED/DIRECTION 53/280 DATE 06/17

- INDICATES NEGATIVE NUMBERS.
R INDICATES RECORD WAS SET OR TIED.
MM INDICATES DATA IS MISSING.
T INDICATES TRACE AMOUNT.



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