Jan. 2013 Climate Summaries For Grand Island, Hastings, Kearney, Ord



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...JAN. 2013 SUMMARY FOR GRAND ISLAND AIRPORT...

...TEMPERATURES

ONE DAILY TEMPERATURE RECORD TIED IN JAN. 2013:
JAN. 18: RECORD WARM LOW TEMPERATURE OF 33 (PREVIOUS 33 IN 1945)

AVERAGE HIGH TEMPERATURE:      35.9 DEGREES (0.1 ABOVE NORMAL)
AVERAGE LOW TEMPERATURE:      16.8 DEGREES (2.4 ABOVE NORMAL)
AVERAGE MEAN TEMPERATURE:    26.4 DEGREES (1.3 ABOVE NORMAL)

WARMEST HIGH TEMPERATURE:      55 DEGREES ON THE 19TH
COLDEST HIGH TEMPERATURE:        21 DEGREES ON SEVERAL DAYS

COLDEST LOW TEMPERATURE:          4 DEGREES ON THE 14TH
WARMEST LOW TEMPERATURE:       33 DEGREES ON THE 18TH

WARMEST 2-DAY STRETCH BASED
ON AVERAGE HIGH TEMPERATURE:   53.5 DEGREES FROM THE 25TH-26TH
                                                                                               AND 18TH-19TH
WARMEST 7-DAY STRETCH BASED
ON AVERAGE HIGH TEMPERATURE:    41.7 DEGREES FROM THE 14TH-20TH

COLDEST 2-DAY STRETCH BASED
ON AVERAGE HIGH TEMPERATURE:    21.0 DEGREES FROM THE 12TH-13TH

COLDEST 7-DAY STRETCH BASED
ON AVERAGE HIGH TEMPERATURE:    31.4 DEGREES FROM THE 9TH-15TH

COLDEST 7-DAY STRETCH BASED
ON AVERAGE MEAN TEMPERATURE:   22.8 DEGREES FROM THE 9TH-15TH


...PRECIPITATION/SNOWFALL

NO DAILY PRECIPITATION OR SNOWFALL RECORDS SET IN JAN. 2013

TOTAL MONTHLY PRECIPITATION: 0.16 INCHES (0.37 BELOW NORMAL)
TOTAL MONTHLY SNOWFALL:       0.6 INCHES  (5.9 BELOW NORMAL)

- THE MONTH TIED FOR THE 20TH-DRIEST JANUARY ON RECORD OUT OF
118 YEARS DATING TO 1896...AND MATCHED THE TOTAL FROM LAST JANUARY

- THE MONTH TIED FOR THE 16TH-LEAST SNOWY JANUARY ON RECORD OUT
OF 118 YEARS DATING TO 1896...AND THE LEAST SNOW SINCE TRACE IN 2006

NUMBER OF DAYS WITH MEASURABLE PRECIPITATION (0.01 OR MORE): 3

HIGHEST CALENDAR DAY PRECIPITATION: 0.09 INCHES ON THE 10TH

HIGHEST CALENDAR DAY SNOWFALL:       0.3 INCHES ON THE 21ST

PRECIPITATION TOTALS AND
DEPARTURES FROM NORMAL FOR THE PAST 12 MONTHS:

MONTH          PRECIP.  DEPARTURE

FEB. 2012         1.05     +0.37
MAR 2012         0.83     -0.97
APR 2012         1.41     -1.12
MAY 2012          2.29     -2.12
JUNE 2012        1.27     -3.03
JULY 2012         0.16     -3.24
AUG. 2012         0.94     -2.18
SEP. 2012         0.47     -1.76
OCT. 2012         0.78     -1.08
NOV. 2012         0.53     -0.64
DEC. 2012         1.66     +1.03
JAN. 2013          0.16     -0.37

12-MTH TOTAL  11.55   -15.11


...OTHER WEATHER ELEMENTS

HIGHEST WIND GUST: 43 MPH FROM THE NORTHWEST ON THE 30TH, 31ST
(BEHIND A STRONG COLD FRONT)

HIGHEST SURFACE SEA LEVEL PRESSURE: 30.55 ON THE 24TH
LOWEST SURFACE SEA LEVEL PRESSURE:  29.39 ON THE 11TH


...JANUARY 2013 NARRATIVE FOR CENTRAL NEBRASKA REGIONAL AIRPORT...

TYPICAL JANUARY TEMPERATURES BUT A RETURN TO BELOW NORMAL PRECIP...

ON THE HEELS OF ABOVE NORMAL PRECIPITATION IN DECEMBER...THE NEW
YEAR BROUGHT A QUICK RETURN TO BELOW NORMAL TERRITORY IN
JANUARY...MARKING THE 10TH MONTH OUT OF THE LAST 11 TO FINISH DRIER
THAN NORMAL.
AS A RESULT...THE AREA REMAINED MIRED IN EXTREME TO
EXCEPTIONAL DROUGHT ACCORDING TO THE U.S. DROUGHT MONITOR.
TEMPERATURE-WISE...IT WAS A FAIRLY TYPICAL JANUARY WITH NO
SIGNIFICANT OR LONG-LASTING COLD OR WARM SPELLS.

FOCUSING FIRST ON PRECIPITATION...THE MONTHLY TOTAL OF 0.16 INCHES
AT CENTRAL NEBRASKA REGIONAL AIRPORT WAS 0.37 BELOW THE NORMAL
AMOUNT OF 0.53 INCHES...AND JUST HAPPENED TO EQUAL THE PRECIPITATION
AMOUNT FROM LAST JANUARY. THIS TIED THE MONTH FOR THE 20TH-DRIEST
JANUARY ON RECORD OUT OF 118 YEARS. THE MAJORITY OF PRECIPITATION
FELL IN THE FORM OF 0.09 INCHES OF RAIN ON THE 10TH. AS FOR
SNOWFALL...THE MONTHLY TOTAL OF ONLY 0.6 INCHES WAS 5.9 INCHES BELOW
THE NORMAL AMOUNT OF 6.5 INCHES AND TIED FOR THE 16TH-LEAST SNOWY
JANUARY ON RECORD OUT OF 118 YEARS...AND THE LEAST SINCE A TRACE IN
2006. FOR THE SNOWFALL SEASON-TO-DATE...GRAND ISLAND HAS RECEIVED
10.4 INCHES OF SNOW...WHICH IS 5.4 INCHES BELOW NORMAL.

TURNING TO TEMPERATURES...THE MONTHLY MEAN TEMPERATURE RESULTING
FROM AVERAGING BOTH THE HIGHS AND LOWS WAS 26.4 DEGREES...OR ONLY
1.3 DEGREES ABOVE NORMAL. THE GREATEST CONTRIBUTING FACTOR TO THE
SLIGHTLY ABOVE NORMAL MONTH WAS DAILY LOW TEMPERATURES...WHICH
AVERAGED 2.4 DEGREES ABOVE NORMAL. SIXTEEN OF THE 31 DAYS RECORDED
AN ABOVE NORMAL MEAN TEMPERATURE...AND THE OTHER 15 WERE BELOW
NORMAL...A NEARLY EVEN-SPLIT. THE WARMEST DAY OF THE MONTH WAS 55
DEGREES ON THE 19TH...AND THE COLDEST LOW WAS 4 DEGREES ON THE 14TH.
ONE DAILY RECORD FOR WARMEST LOW TEMPERATURE WAS TIED ON THE
18TH...WHEN IT ONLY GOT DOWN TO 33 DEGREES. BREAKING DOWN THE MONTH
INTO TEMPERATURE TRENDS...THERE WERE TWO BRIEF STRETCHES OF
ABOVE-NORMAL WARMTH WITH HIGHS BETWEEN 49-55 DEGREES...ONE OCCURRING
BETWEEN THE 16TH-19TH AND THE OTHER ON THE 25TH-26TH.
LIKEWISE...THERE WERE TWO BRIEF COLDER STRETCHES DURING WHICH HIGHS
ONLY TOPPED OUT BETWEEN 21-27 DEGREES...ONE OCCURRING BETWEEN THE
12TH-14TH AND THE OTHER FROM THE 20TH-22ND.

NO THUNDERSTORMS AFFECTED GRAND ISLAND DURING THE MONTH...AND THE
HIGHEST WIND GUST WAS 43 MPH FROM THE NORTHWEST ON BOTH THE 30TH AND
31ST.


 
...JAN. 2013 SUMMARY FOR HASTINGS AIRPORT...

...TEMPERATURES

NO DAILY TEMPERATURE RECORDS WERE SET IN JAN. 2013

AVERAGE HIGH TEMPERATURE:     33.8 DEGREES (2.2 BELOW NORMAL)
AVERAGE LOW TEMPERATURE:     15.5 DEGREES (0.5 BELOW NORMAL)
AVERAGE MEAN TEMPERATURE:    24.7 DEGREES (1.3 BELOW NORMAL)

WARMEST HIGH TEMPERATURE:      53 DEGREES ON THE 26TH
COLDEST HIGH TEMPERATURE:        20 DEGREES ON 12TH, 13TH, 24TH

COLDEST LOW TEMPERATURE:          3 DEGREES ON THE 14TH
WARMEST LOW TEMPERATURE:       32 DEGREES ON THE 27TH

WARMEST 2-DAY STRETCH BASED
ON AVERAGE HIGH TEMPERATURE:   50.5 DEGREES FROM THE 25TH-26TH

WARMEST 7-DAY STRETCH BASED
ON AVERAGE HIGH TEMPERATURE:   38.6 DEGREES FROM THE 23RD-29TH

COLDEST 2-DAY STRETCH BASED
ON AVERAGE HIGH TEMPERATURE:   20.0 DEGREES FROM THE 12TH-13TH

COLDEST 7-DAY STRETCH BASED
ON AVERAGE HIGH TEMPERATURE:   30.4 DEGREES FROM THE 9TH-15TH

COLDEST 7-DAY STRETCH BASED
ON AVERAGE MEAN TEMPERATURE:   19.7 DEGREES FROM THE 1ST-7TH


...PRECIPITATION/SNOWFALL

NO DAILY PRECIPITATION OR SNOWFALL RECORDS SET IN JAN. 2013

TOTAL MONTHLY PRECIPITATION: 0.32 INCHES (0.09 BELOW NORMAL)
TOTAL MONTHLY SNOWFALL:         2.5 INCHES  (3.5 BELOW NORMAL)

NUMBER OF DAYS WITH MEASURABLE PRECIPITATION (0.01 OR MORE): 4

HIGHEST CALENDAR DAY PRECIPITATION: 0.20 INCHES ON THE 29TH

HIGHEST CALENDAR DAY SNOWFALL:        2.4 INCHES ON THE 29TH

PRECIPITATION TOTALS AND
DEPARTURES FROM NORMAL FOR THE PAST 12 MONTHS:

MONTH          PRECIP.  DEPARTURE

FEB. 2012         1.67      +1.18
MAR 2012         0.86      -0.93
APR  2012        2.95      +0.39
MAY 2012         4.07      -0.50
JUNE 2012        2.35      -1.45
JULY 2012        1.64      -2.10
AUG. 2012        2.39      -0.91
SEP. 2012        0.59      -1.97
OCT. 2012        1.46      -0.53
NOV. 2012        0.66      -0.63
DEC. 2012        1.69      +1.08
JAN. 2013         0.32      -0.09

12-MTH TOTAL  20.65     -6.46


...OTHER WEATHER ELEMENTS

HIGHEST WIND GUST: 43 MPH FROM THE NORTHWEST ON THE 11TH
(BEHIND A STRONG COLD FRONT)

HIGHEST SURFACE SEA LEVEL PRESSURE: 30.52 ON THE 14TH
LOWEST SURFACE SEA LEVEL PRESSURE:  29.37 ON THE 11TH


...JANUARY 2013 NARRATIVE FOR HASTINGS MUNICIPAL AIRPORT...

SLIGHTLY BELOW NORMAL TEMPERATURES AND PRECIPITATION...

ON THE HEELS OF ABOVE NORMAL PRECIPITATION IN DECEMBER...THE NEW
YEAR BROUGHT A QUICK RETURN TO BELOW NORMAL TERRITORY IN
JANUARY...MARKING THE EIGHTH MONTH OUT OF THE LAST NINE TO FINISH
DRIER THAN NORMAL.
AS A RESULT...THE AREA REMAINED MIRED IN EXTREME
DROUGHT ACCORDING TO THE U.S. DROUGHT MONITOR. TEMPERATURE-WISE...IT
WAS A FAIRLY TYPICAL JANUARY WITH NO SIGNIFICANT OR LONG-LASTING
COLD OR WARM SPELLS.

FOCUSING FIRST ON PRECIPITATION...THE MONTHLY TOTAL OF 0.32 INCHES
AT HASTINGS MUNICIPAL AIRPORT WAS ONLY 0.09 BELOW THE NORMAL AMOUNT
OF 0.41 INCHES. THE MAJORITY OF PRECIPITATION FELL IN THE FORM OF
2.4 INCHES OF SNOW ON THE 29TH...WHICH MELTED DOWN TO 0.20 INCHES
LIQUID EQUIVALENT. SPEAKING OF SNOWFALL...THE MONTHLY TOTAL OF 2.5
INCHES WAS 3.5 INCHES BELOW THE NORMAL AMOUNT OF 6.0 INCHES. FOR THE
SNOWFALL SEASON-TO-DATE...HASTINGS HAS RECEIVED 13.3 INCHES OF
SNOW...WHICH IS ONLY 2.6 INCHES BELOW NORMAL.

TURNING TO TEMPERATURES...THE MONTHLY MEAN TEMPERATURE RESULTING
FROM AVERAGING BOTH THE HIGHS AND LOWS WAS 24.7 DEGREES...OR ONLY
1.3 DEGREES BELOW NORMAL. THE GREATEST CONTRIBUTING FACTOR TO THE
SLIGHTLY BELOW NORMAL MONTH WAS DAILY HIGH TEMPERATURES...WHICH
AVERAGED 2.2 DEGREES BELOW NORMAL. NINETEEN OF THE 31 DAYS RECORDED
A BELOW NORMAL MEAN TEMPERATURE...WHILE THE OTHER 12 DAYS FINISHED
ABOVE NORMAL. THE WARMEST READING OF THE MONTH WAS 53 DEGREES ON THE
26TH...AND THE COLDEST LOW WAS 3 DEGREES ON THE 14TH. THE COLDEST
DAILY HIGH TEMPERATURE OF 20 DEGREES OCCURRED ON 12TH, 13TH AND
24TH. BREAKING DOWN THE MONTH INTO TEMPERATURE TRENDS...THERE WERE
TWO MAIN...BRIEF STRETCHES OF ABOVE-NORMAL WARMTH WITH HIGHS BETWEEN
44-53 DEGREES...ONE OCCURRING BETWEEN THE 16TH-19TH AND THE OTHER ON
THE 25TH-26TH. LIKEWISE...THERE WERE TWO BRIEF COLDER STRETCHES
DURING WHICH HIGHS ONLY TOPPED OUT BETWEEN 20-25 DEGREES...ONE
OCCURRING BETWEEN THE 12TH-14TH AND THE OTHER ON THE 21ST-22ND.

NO THUNDERSTORMS AFFECTED HASTINGS DURING THE MONTH...AND THE
HIGHEST WIND GUST WAS 43 MPH FROM THE NORTHWEST ON THE 11TH.



...JAN. 2013 SUMMARY FOR KEARNEY REGIONAL AIRPORT...


(NOTE: ALL DATA PRESENTED HERE IS FROM THE OFFICIAL NWS
COOPERATIVE OBSERVER LOCATED AT KEARNEY REGIONAL AIRPORT. AS A
RESULT...IT MAY DIFFER SLIGHTLY FROM THE UNOFFICIAL AUTOMATED
AIRPORT OBSERVATIONS (AWOS) PRESENTED IN ROUTINE DAILY AND MONTHLY
CLIMATE PRODUCTS. ALL TEMPERATURE AND PRECIPITATION DATA REPORTED BY
THE OFFICIAL COOPERATIVE OBSERVER IS BASED ON A 24-HOUR PERIOD ENDING AT
7 AM...AND THUS DOES NOT CORRESPOND TO A MIDNIGHT-TO-MIDNIGHT
CALENDAR DAY PERIOD.)

...TEMPERATURES

WARMEST HIGH TEMPERATURE:
55 DEGREES REPORTED ON THE 20TH (ACTUALLY OCCURRED ON THE 19TH)

COLDEST HIGH TEMPERATURE:
18 DEGREES REPORTED ON THE 13TH AND FEB. 1ST
(ACTUALLY OCCURRED ON JAN. 12TH AND 31ST)

COLDEST LOW TEMPERATURE:
1 DEGREES REPORTED ON THE 14TH

WARMEST LOW TEMPERATURE:
36 DEGREES REPORTED ON THE 27TH


...PRECIPITATION/SNOWFALL

TOTAL MONTHLY PRECIPITATION:    0.14 INCHES (0.35 BELOW NORMAL)
TOTAL MONTHLY SNOWFALL:            1.2 INCHES  (3.2 BELOW NORMAL)

NUMBER OF DAYS WITH MEASURABLE PRECIPITATION (0.01 OR MORE): 4

HIGHEST 24-HOUR
PRECIPITATION ENDING AROUND 7 AM:  0.05 INCHES REPORTED ON THE 30TH

HIGHEST 24-HOUR
SNOWFALL ENDING AROUND 7 AM:        0.5 INCHES REPORTED ON THE 30TH

THE JANUARY PRECIPITATION TOTAL OF 0.14 INCHES WAS 0.35 INCHES
BELOW NORMAL...AND MARKED THE EIGHTH MONTH OUT OF THE LAST NINE TO
FEATURE BELOW NORMAL PRECIPITATION.

PRECIPITATION TOTALS AND
DEPARTURES FROM NORMAL FOR THE PAST 12 MONTHS:

MONTH          PRECIP.  DEPARTURE

FEB. 2012          1.04      +0.49
MAR 2012          1.02      -0.77
APR 2012           4.35      +2.12
MAY 2012           2.00      -2.18
JUNE 2012         1.62      -2.31
JULY 2012          0.58      -2.70
AUG. 2012          1.45      -1.63
SEP. 2012          0.54      -1.53
OCT. 2012          0.58      -1.46
NOV. 2012         TRACE     -1.02
DEC. 2012          0.61      +0.04
JAN. 2013          0.14      -0.35

12-MTH TOTAL  13.93     -11.30


...HIGH WINDS/THUNDERSTORMS

THERE WERE NO THUNDERSTORMS IN THE KEARNEY AREA DURING THE
MONTH...AND THERE WERE ALSO NO SIGNIFICANT HIGH WIND EVENTS.



...JAN. 2013 SUMMARY FOR ORD AIRPORT...

...TEMPERATURES

AVERAGE HIGH TEMPERATURE:     38.3 DEGREES (1.4 ABOVE NORMAL)
AVERAGE LOW TEMPERATURE:     12.0 DEGREES (0.3 BELOW NORMAL)
AVERAGE MEAN TEMPERATURE:    25.2 DEGREES (0.6 ABOVE NORMAL)

WARMEST HIGH TEMPERATURE:      61 DEGREES ON THE 18TH
COLDEST HIGH TEMPERATURE:        17 DEGREES ON THE 12TH

COLDEST LOW TEMPERATURE:          -7 DEGREES ON THE 14TH
WARMEST LOW TEMPERATURE:       32 DEGREES ON THE 10TH

WARMEST 2-DAY STRETCH BASED
ON AVERAGE HIGH TEMPERATURE:   58.0 DEGREES FROM THE 18TH-19TH

WARMEST 7-DAY STRETCH BASED
ON AVERAGE HIGH TEMPERATURE:   46.6 DEGREES FROM THE 4TH-10TH

COLDEST 2-DAY STRETCH BASED
ON AVERAGE HIGH TEMPERATURE:   19.0 DEGREES FROM THE 12TH-13TH

COLDEST 7-DAY STRETCH BASED
ON AVERAGE HIGH TEMPERATURE:   33.1 DEGREES FROM THE 10TH-16TH

COLDEST 7-DAY STRETCH BASED
ON AVERAGE MEAN TEMPERATURE:   21.3 DEGREES FROM THE 9TH-15TH


...PRECIPITATION/SNOWFALL

(SNOWFALL AND MELTED LIQUID EQUIVALENT ARE FROM THE NWS COOPERATIVE
OBSERVER IN ORD)

TOTAL MONTHLY PRECIPITATION: 0.14 INCHES (0.23 BELOW NORMAL)
TOTAL MONTHLY SNOWFALL:       0.5 INCHES  (6.3 BELOW NORMAL)

NUMBER OF DAYS WITH MEASURABLE PRECIPITATION (0.01 OR MORE): 3

HIGHEST CALENDAR DAY PRECIPITATION: 0.12 INCHES ON THE 27TH

HIGHEST 24-HOUR
SNOWFALL ENDING AROUND 7 AM: 0.5 INCHES REPORTED ON THE 12TH

PRECIPITATION TOTALS AND
DEPARTURES FROM NORMAL FOR THE PAST 12 MONTHS:

MONTH          PRECIP.  DEPARTURE

FEB. 2012        1.30      +0.86
MAR 2012         0.67      -0.78
APR  2012        5.29      +2.70
MAY 2012         2.26      -1.55
JUNE 2012        0.33      -3.79
JULY 2012         0.15      -2.82
AUG. 2012         0.79      -2.37
SEP. 2012         0.13      -2.31
OCT. 2012          0.32      -1.61
NOV. 2012         0.12      -0.95
DEC. 2012         0.35      -0.24
JAN. 2013          0.14      -0.23

12-MTH TOTAL  11.85     -13.09


...OTHER WEATHER ELEMENTS

HIGHEST WIND GUST: 43 MPH FROM THE NORTHWEST ON THE 11TH, 30TH
(BEHIND A STRONG COLD FRONTS)

HIGHEST SURFACE SEA LEVEL PRESSURE: 30.55 ON THE 24TH
LOWEST SURFACE SEA LEVEL PRESSURE:  29.38 ON THE 11TH


...JANUARY 2013 NARRATIVE FOR ORD EVELYN SHARP FIELD AIRPORT...

TYPICAL JANUARY TEMPERATURES BUT CONTINUED BELOW NORMAL PRECIP...

THE NEW YEAR STARTED WITH THE SAME DRY THEME THAT DOMINATED THE
MAJORITY OF 2012...AS ORD NOTCHED ITS NINTH CONSECUTIVE MONTH OF
BELOW NORMAL PRECIPITATION
...KEEPING THE AREA IN EXCEPTIONAL DROUGHT
ACCORDING TO THE U.S. DROUGHT MONITOR. TEMPERATURE-WISE...IT WAS A
FAIRLY TYPICAL JANUARY WITH NO SIGNIFICANT OR LONG LASTING SPELLS OF
COLD OR WARMTH.

FOCUSING FIRST ON PRECIPITATION...THE MONTHLY TOTAL OF 0.14 INCHES
AT EVELYN SHARP FIELD WAS 0.23 BELOW THE NORMAL AMOUNT OF 0.37
INCHES. THE MAJORITY OF PRECIPITATION FELL IN THE FORM OF 0.12
INCHES OF RAIN ON THE 27TH. AS FOR SNOWFALL...THE MONTHLY TOTAL OF
ONLY 0.5 INCHES FINISHED WELL BELOW THE NORMAL AMOUNT OF 6.8
INCHES...AND RESULTED IN THE LEAST-SNOWY JANUARY SINCE 2006 WHEN NO
SNOW FELL. FOR THE SNOWFALL SEASON-TO-DATE...ORD HAS MEASURED 9.5
INCHES...WHICH IS A NOTABLE 11.1 INCHES BELOW NORMAL.

TURNING TO TEMPERATURES...THE MONTHLY MEAN TEMPERATURE RESULTING
FROM AVERAGING BOTH THE HIGHS AND LOWS WAS 25.2 DEGREES...OR ONLY
0.6 DEGREES ABOVE NORMAL. THE GREATEST CONTRIBUTING FACTOR TO THE
SLIGHTLY ABOVE NORMAL MONTH WAS DAILY HIGH TEMPERATURES...WHICH
AVERAGED 1.4 DEGREES ABOVE NORMAL. SIXTEEN OF THE 31 DAYS HAD AN
ABOVE NORMAL MEAN TEMPERATURE...WHILE THE OTHER 15 WERE EITHER AT OR
BELOW NORMAL...A NEARLY EVEN-SPLIT. THE WARMEST READING OF THE MONTH
WAS 61 DEGREES ON THE 18TH...AND THE COLDEST LOW WAS -7 DEGREES ON
THE 14TH. THE COLDEST DAILY HIGH TEMPERATURE OF 17 DEGREES OCCURRED
ON THE 12TH. BREAKING DOWN THE MONTH INTO TEMPERATURE TRENDS...THERE
WERE SEVERAL BRIEF STRETCHES ALTERNATING BETWEEN ABOVE NORMAL AND
BELOW NORMAL READINGS. THE MOST PRONOUNCED 4-DAY WARM STRETCH WAS
BETWEEN THE 16TH-19TH...WITH HIGHS RANGING FROM 51-61 DEGREES. OF
THE BRIEF COLD STRETCHES...THE LONGEST ONE OCCURRED BETWEEN THE
20TH-24TH WHEN HIGH TEMPERATURES RANGED FROM 21-32 DEGREES.

NO THUNDERSTORMS AFFECTED ORD DURING THE MONTH...AND THE HIGHEST
WIND GUSTS WERE 43 MPH FROM THE NORTHWEST ON BOTH THE 11TH AND 30TH.

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