Peoria Warm Season Records

Since 1883

Highest Temperatures on Record
Temperature Date
113 July 15, 1936
110 July 14, 1936
109 July 13, 1936
108 July 11, 1936
107 July 27, 1930
July 12, 1936

 

Days At or Above 90 Degrees
MOST LEAST
69 (1887) 4 (1915, 1950, 2004)
64 (1936) 6 (1951, 2009)
62 (1933) 7 (1907, 1958, 1981, 1992)
60 (1901) 8 (1967, 1969, 1982, 2008)
59 (1895, 1913) 10 (1924, 1972, 1985)

 

Days At or Above 100 Degrees
Most Days Year Longest Period
Below 100
Dates
23 1936 4375 days
(11 yr 11 mo 22 dy)
7/19/1954 to 7/10/1966
18 1934 3663 days
(10 yr 0 mo 10 dy)
7/14/1995 to 7/23/2005
11 1887 2519 days
(6 yr 10 mo 24 dy)
8/19/1988 to 7/12/1995
10 1983 2516 days
(6 yr 10 mo 21 dy)
7/18/1904 to 6/8/1911
9 1913, 1930,
1931, 1988
2207 days
(6 yr 0 mo 15 dy) 
6/20/1971 to 7/5/1977 

 

Consecutive Days with Highs 90 Degrees or Higher
Number of Days Dates
21 July 11-31, 1916
20 July 9-28, 1901
18 July 17-August 3, 1987
17 July 5-21, 1887
17 July 2-18, 1936
17 August 11-27, 1936

 

Consecutive Days with Highs 100 Degrees or Higher
Number of Days Dates
14 July 4-17, 1936
7 June 26-July 1, 1931
6 July 20-25, 1934
5 July 21-25, 1901
5 July 26-30, 1916

 

Earliest and Latest Occurrences of Indicated Temperatures
Temperature
Earliest 1st Occurrence
Latest 1st Occurrence Latest Last Occurrence
70
Jan. 23, 1909
Apr. 27, 1951
Dec. 28, 1984
80
Mar. 12, 1990
May 30, 1995
Nov. 1: 1888, 1933, '37, '50, 2000
90
Apr. 10, 1930
Aug. 14, 2000
Oct. 15, 1897
100
May 31, 1934
Several years
without 100 deg.
Sep. 15, 1939

 

Monthly Records for Highs 90 Degrees or Higher
MAY JUNE JULY AUGUST SEPTEMBER
10 days (1934) 22 days (1933) 26 days (1887, 1901, 2012) 23 days (1947) 13 days (1897)
8 days (1911) 18 days (1895) 24 days (1916) 22 days (1936) 12 days (1931, 1933, 1939)
7 days (1895, 1896, 1921) 17 days (1891, 1901, 1934) 23 days (1936, '83) 20 days (1899, 1900, 1913, 1983) 10 days (1891, 1908, 1925)
5 days (1887, 1904, 1910, 2012) 16 days (1890) 22 days (1933) 19 days (1937) 9 days (several years,
last in 2007)
4 days (several years, 
last in 2006)
15 days (1887, 1971, 1988, 2005) 21 days (1919, 1921, 1934, 1988) 17 days (1988) 8 days (several years,
last in 1983)

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