Figure 1: Burlington New Year's Day Temps
Figure 2: Burlington New Year's Day High Temperature Distribution
Figure 3: Burlington New Year's Day Low Temperature Distribution
Figure 4: Burlington New Year's Day Snowfall
Figure 5: Burlington New Year's Day Snow Depth


Burlington New Year's Day Climatology

Period of Record 109 Years: 1904-2012

Missing: 1908

Temperature Information

Record High 65°F (1939 & 1950)
Record Low -12°F (1928)
Coldest High Temperature
3°F (1942)
Warmest Low Temperature
35°F (1964)
Average High
(Period of Record)
40°F
Average Low
(Period of Record)
15°F
30 year Normal High
(1981-2010)
43°F
30 year Normal Low
(1981-2010)
17°F
Running 30 year Normal High
(1983-2012)
41°F
Running 30 year Normal Low
(1983-2012)
16°F

Goodland New Year's Day High & Low Temps

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Distribution of High Temperatures in 10 Degree Fahrenheit Ranges

Burlington New Year's Day High Temperature Distribution

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Distribution of Low Temperatures in 10 Degree Fahrenheit Ranges

Burlington New Year's Day Low Temperature Distribution

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Precipitation Information

Greatest Precipitation 0.36” (1992)
Greatest Snowfall 4.0” (1992)
Precipitation 20 of 108 years
18.5%
Measurable Precipitation
(more than a Trace)
11 of 108 years
10.1%
Snowfall 17 of 108 years
15.7%
Measurable Snowfall
(more than a Trace)
10 of 108 years
9.3%
Greatest Snow Depth 13” (2007)
“White” New Year's
(Snow Depth of 1” or more)
20 of 108 years
18.5%

Burlington New Year's Day Snowfall

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Burlington New Year's Day Snow Depth

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GOODLAND NEW YEAR'S DAY CLIMATOLOGY

HILL CITY NEW YEAR'S DAY CLIMATOLOGY

MCCOOK NEW YEAR'S DAY CLIMATOLOGY

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Updated May 10, 2012


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