Labor Day Climatology  

Saint Louis, Missouri

 Daily Records
 Daily High Temperature
Daily Low Temperature
 Daily Average Temperature
 Daily Precipitation
  Maximum
 Value
101 (1954)
 79 (1925)
89 (1954)
 2.15 (2014)
 Minimum
 Value
64 (1974) 51 (1974) 58 (1974)  0
 Average
 Value
 85 66 75  0.09
 Number of
 Occurrences
 - - - 39 (≥ 0.01)
 Number of
 Occurrences
 -  - - 50 (≥ Trace)
 

  Fun Facts!

  • Twice the high temperatures have met or exceeded the 100 degree mark.

  • There is a 29% chance there will be measurable rainfall in the St. Louis Area. 

 Records:
(1894-present) Temperature/Precipitation

(1894-present) Snowfall
(1894-present) Snow Depth

 
 

Columbia, Missouri

 Daily Records
Daily High Temperature
 Daily Low Temperature
 Daily Average Temperature
 Daily Precipitation
 Maximum
 Value
 102 (1913)
76 (1913)
89 (1913)
 6.61 (1918)
 Minimum
 Value
 61 (1974) 47 (1974) 54 (1974)  0
 Average
 Value
84 63 74 0.25
 Number of
 Occurrences
 - - - 41 (≥ 0.01)
 Number of
 Occurrences
 -  -  - 49 (≥ Trace)
 

  Fun Facts!

  • The Columbia area has seen 3 years with high temperatures at or above 100 degrees.

  • There is a 33% chance there will be measurable rainfall on Labor Day. 
Records:
(1894-present) Temperature/Precipitation
(1894-present) Snowfall
(1894-present) Snow Depth
 
 

Quincy, Illinois

Daily Records Daily High Temperature Daily Low Temperature Daily Average Temperature Daily Precipitation
 Maximum
 Value
 100 (1913)
76 (1912, 1913)
88 (1913)
1.52 (1935)
 Minimum
 Value
 59 (1974)  45 (1946) 53 (1974)  0
 Average
 Value
 83 62 73  0.14
 Number of
 Occurrences
 - - - 31 (≥ 0.01)
         
 

  Fun Facts!

  • There has only been one year where the high temperature has been at or above 100 degrees.

  • Quincy has a 27% chance to see measurable rainfall on Labor Day.

Records:
(1901-present) Temperature/Precipitation
No Snowfall or Snow Depth due to incomplete data sets


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