Memorial Day Weekend Climate Information

Memorial Day Weekend Climate

With the Memorial Day Weekend upon us, this marks the unofficial start of summer across the Hoosier state. With many of us planning outdoor activities for the weekend, the weather will be just as big a part of planning festivities as remembering who is supposed to bring the hot dogs for a Sunday barbecue. The following information represents some selected climate statistics for the Sundays of previous Memorial Day Weekends. Remember that climate information is never a predictor of what could happen in the future, but it is rather a synopsis of what has happened in the past...

Warmest Max Temp Coldest Max Temp Warmest Min Temp Coldest Min Temp Warmest Daily Average Coldest Daily Average Most Precipitation Highest Avg. Wind Speed
92 in 1937 58 in 1992 73 in 1929 37 in 1947 82.0 in 1937 50.0 in 1947 3.80 in 2004 18.0 in 1995
91 in 1953 60 in 1997 72 in 1937 40 in 1966 81.0 in 1929 52.5 in 1924 1.55 in 1981 16.3 in 1956
91 in 1919 62 in 1930 71 in 1919 40 in 1924 81.0 in 1919 53.0 in 1992 1.08 in 1966 15.5 in 1997
90 in 1978 63 in 1947 69 in 1941 42 in 1961 78.5 in 2006 53.5 in 1930 0.63 in 1926 14.3 in 1955
90 in 1977 65 in 2003 68 in 2006 43 in 1971 77.5 in 1978 54.0 in 1966 0.56 in 1976 12.8 in 1983
 

Averages for the Sunday of Memorial Day Weekend (May 25)

Max Temp 76  ----- Min Temp 55 ---- Daily Avg Temp 66 ---- Daily Precipitation 0.14 ---- Avg Wind Speed South 9 mph



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