Thanksgiving Climatology  

Saint Louis, Missouri

 Daily Records
 Daily High Temperature
Daily Low Temperature
 Daily Average Temperature
 Daily Precipitation
 Daily Snowfall
Morning Snow Depth
  Maximum
 Value
 74 (1966, 1973, 1981)
57 (1915)
 65 (1966)
1.56 (1968)
6.5 (1929)
 8 (1975)
 Minimum
 Value
 24 (1877, 1880)  8 (1950) 20 (1877)  0  0  0
 Average
 Value
48 32 40  0.08 0.1 -
 Number of
 Occurrences
 - - - 43 (≥ 0.01) 7 (≥ 0.01) 7 (≥ 1.0)
 Number of
 Occurrences
 -  - -  64 (≥ Trace) 21 (≥ T) 10 (≥ T)
 

  Fun Facts!

  • There is a 32% chance the St. Louis area will see measurable precipitation on Thanksgiving.

  • There is a 6% chance measurable snow will fall Thanksgiving Day and a 7% chance there will already be snow on the ground Thanksgiving morning.

  • The longest period without snowfall is from 1906-1922 (17 years).

 Records:
(1874-present) Temperature/Precipitation

(1892-present) Snowfall
(1893-present) Snow Depth

 
 

Columbia, Missouri

 Daily Records
Daily High Temperature
 Daily Low Temperature
 Daily Average Temperature
 Daily Precipitation
Daily Snowfall
 Morning Snow Depth
 Maximum
 Value
72 (2012) 60 (1966) 65 (1966) 1.32 (1915)  3.5 (1980) 8 (1975)
 Minimum
 Value
 25 (1905) 4 (1950) 18 (1905)  0 0 0
 Average
 Value
48 30 39 0.08 0.1 -
 Number of
 Occurrences
 - - - 33 (≥ 0.01)  9 (≥ 0.1) 8 (≥ 1.0)
 Number of
 Occurrences
 -  -  - 49 (≥ Trace) 23 (≥ T) 15 (≥ T)
 

  Fun Facts!

  • The chance for Columbia to see measurable precipitation on Thanksgiving is 26%.

  • There is a 7% chance there will be measurable snowfall on Thanksgiving and a 7% chance that there will already be snow on the ground Thanksgiving morning.

  • The longest period without at least a Trace of snowfall is 12 years (1890-1901).
Records:
(1890-present) Temperature/Precipitation
(1890-present) Snowfall
(1893-present) Snow Depth
 
 

Quincy, Illinois

Daily Records Daily High Temperature Daily Low Temperature Daily Average Temperature Daily Precipitation  Daily Snowfall
 Morning Snow Depth
 Maximum
 Value
72 (1933)
58 (1966)
 63 (1966)
 1.47 (1968)
-
 -
 Minimum
 Value
26 (1930, 1945) 2 (1950) 17 (1950)  0 - -
 Average
 Value
46 29 37  0.04 - -
 Number of
 Occurrences
 - - - 25 (≥ 0.01) - -
             
 

  Fun Facts!

  •  There is a 22% chance Quincy will see measurable precipitation on Thanksgiving.

  • The longest period without precipitation amounts greater than or equal to 0.01 is 17 years (1901-1917).

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


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