January 2010 climate data for OHare and Rockford

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE CHICAGO/ROMEOVILLE IL
1145 AM CDT MON FEB 1 2010

...A LOOK BACK AT THE CLIMATE FOR THE MONTH OF JANUARY 2010 FOR
CHICAGO AND ROCKFORD...

AT CHICAGO...THE AVERAGE HIGH TEMPERATURE WAS 27.4 DEGREES WHICH IS
2.2 DEGREES BELOW NORMAL. THE AVERAGE LOW TEMPERATURE WAS 16.5
DEGREES WHICH IS 2.2 DEGREE ABOVE NORMAL.  THE AVERAGE TEMPERATURE
FOR THE MONTH WAS 22.0 DEGREES WHICH IS NORMAL FOR THE MONTH OF
JANUARY. 1.13 INCHES OF PRECIPITATION WAS RECORDED WHICH IS 0.62
INCHES BELOW NORMAL. 9.1 INCHES OF SNOW WAS RECORDED WHICH IS 2.2
INCHES BELOW NORMAL.

THE RECORD FOR GREATEST SNOWFALL ON JANUARY 7TH WAS BROKEN WHEN 3.9
INCHES OF SNOW FELL THAT DAY.  THE PREVIOUS RECORD WAS 3.1 INCHES IN
1893 AND 1940.

AT ROCKFORD...THE AVERAGE HIGH TEMPERATURE WAS 24.8 DEGREES WHICH
IS 2.4 DEGREES BELOW NORMAL.  THE AVERAGE LOW TEMPERATURE WAS 11.8
DEGREES WHICH IS 1.0 DEGREE ABOVE NORMAL.  THE AVERAGE TEMPERATURE
FOR THE MONTH WAS 18.3 DEGREES WHICH IS 0.7 DEGREES BELOW NORMAL.
0.85 INCHES OF PRECIPITATION WAS RECORDED WHICH IS 0.56 INCHES BELOW
NORMAL. 7.0 INCHES OF SNOW WAS RECORDED WHICH IS 3.3 INCHES BELOW
NORMAL.

NO RECORDS WERE TIED OR SET DURING THE MONTH OF JANUARY AT ROCKFORD.

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