Memorial Day Weekend Climatology

Memorial Day Weekend Climatology
This weekend is the annual celebration of the unofficial start to summer, the Memorial Day Weekend. Celebrated in some form since the end of the Civil War, the holiday is an important part of popular culture in America, and is celebrated with numerous outdoor activities.
Here is some climate information for the Sunday of Memorial Day Weekend, a day which will certainly involve many outdoor activities across Central Indiana.

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

 

Normal Conditions for May 31:
High: 78
Low: 57
Precipitation: 0.14”
Wind: South at 9 mph
 
For updates on this year’s Memorial Day Weekend Forecast, visit http://www.weather.gov/ind/


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