Election Day Climatology

Election Day Climatology

Election day, designated as the first Tuesday after the first Monday in November, will fall on November 4 this year. Often times, the weather can be a factor on Election Day. Weather in Central Indiana can range from very warm to very cold on election day, sometimes rainy, and even a bit snowy, as is to be expected in early November.

This year, the weather will be very benign on Election Day, as temperatures will be in the middle 70s with no rain in the forecast. This will make it one of the warmest election days ever. Here is a bit of historical information on the weather of past election days in the Indianapolis area:

 

Warmest Max Temperature

Coldest Max Temperature

Warmest Min Temperature

Coldest Min Temperature

Most Precipitation

Most Snowfall

78 - 2003

31 -1954

61 - 1977

15 - 1991

1.51 - 2004

2.9 - 1951

77 - 1987

36 -1901

57 - 1981

18 - 1879

1.50 - 1950

T - 1920

76 - 1975

36 -1951

55 -1966

21 - 1973

1.20 - 1951

T - 1927

74 - 1916

37 - 1879

54 -2003

22 - 1877

0.86 - 1982

T - 1933

74 - 1964

37 - 1889

54 -1982

22 - 1961

0.65 - 1881

T - 1954

73 - 1981

38 - 1927

54 -1975

23 - 1954

0.64 - 1936

T - 1955

72 - 1886

38 - 1955

54 -1903

24 - 1901

0.60 - 1966

T - 1967

72 - 1914

38 -1991

54 - 1896

25 - 1951

0.52 - 1932

T - 1969

71 - 1971

39 - 1997

53 - 2005

26 - 1892

0.52 - 1989

T - 1995

71 - 1903

40 -1892

53 - 1987, 1916

26 - 1960

0.51 - 1972

T - 1997



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