Summer/July 2010 Climate Stats through July 16

 
July 2010/Summer 2010 Climate Stats
Through July 16
 
Through the first 46 days of meteorological summer (June 1- July 16)…the average temperature at Indianapolis has been 76.7 degrees, good for the 10th warmest first 46 days to meteorological summer. The total precipitation is 10.42 inches, making summer 2010 as the 12th wettest so far. With the rest of July and all of August still to come, these rankings will likely change.
 
Temperature stats for July so far…
Site
July 1-16 2010 Avg Temp
July 1-16 2010 Difference from normal
Indianapolis
78.0
+2.9
Lafayette
76.0
+2.3
Muncie
75.7
+1.5
Terre Haute
76.1
+0.1
Bloomington
75.3
+0.3
Shelbyville
75.6
+0.5
Indy – Eagle Crk.
77.3
+2.2
 

            At Indianapolis, this marks the warmest first 16 days of July since July 1988, when the average temperature topped out at 80.5 degrees. The first 16 days of this month are tied for the 27th warmest since 1871.

 

Precipitation stats for central Indiana for July and the summer so far…
 
Site
July 1-16 2010 Precipitation
July 1-16 2010 Difference from Normal
Summer 2010 (June 1-July 16) Precipitation
Summer 2010 (June 1-July 16) Difference from Normal
Indianapolis
0.69
-1.62
10.42
+3.98
Lafayette
1.22
-0.87
10.80
+4.47
Muncie
1.42
-0.71
9.96
+3.55
Terre Haute
3.07
+0.72
11.03
+4.59
Bloomington
1.62
-0.60
9.74
+3.45
Shelbyville
0.52
-1.56
13.69*
+7.68
Indy – Eagle Crk.
1.56
-0.75
10.44
+4.00

(*) – Precipitation Data for Shelbyville (KGEZ) is missing for June 22.

 

 

Data prepared by the Indianapolis Forecast Office.

 


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