Groundhog Day Statistics

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Here are some Groundhog Day statistics for Milwaukee and Madison: 

 

 

Milwaukee

Normal High Normal Low Average Record Warmest Record Coldest Record Low Maximum Record High Minimum
30 16 23 49 in 1992 -20 in 1996 -8 in 1996 34 in 1999

Average Precipitation Heaviest Precipitation Average Snowfall Heaviest Snowfall Deepest Snow
0.06" 1.04" in 1983 0.4" 9.1" in 2011 29" in 1979

Temperature and precipitation records date back to 1871.  Snowfall record dates back to 1877.  Snow depth record dates back to 1948.

Last 10 Years:

  High Low Precipitation Snowfall Snow Depth

2013

14

8

0.08

1.6

3

2012

36

30

0

0

0

2011

24

9

0.60

9.1

17

2010

33

25

0.10

1.2

1

2009

28

9

0

0

4

2008

28

26

Trace

Trace

6

2007

11

4

0

0

5

2006

40

28

0

0

0

2005

34

27

0

0

8

2004

31

27

0.19

1.9

7

2003

36

32

0.03

0

0

Madison

High Normal Low Average Record Warmest Record Coldest Record Low Maximum Record High Minimum
28 12 20 47 in 1987 -28 in 1959 -14 in 1996 34 in 1999

Average Precipitation Heaviest Precipitation Average Snowfall Heaviest Snowfall Deepest Snow
0.04" 1.48" in 1983 0.5" 6.6" in 1983 28" in 1979

Temperature and precipitation records date back to 1869.  Snowfall and snow depth record dates back to 1884.  

 Last 10 Years:

  High Low Precipitation Snowfall Snow Depth

2013

11

5

0.03

0.8

7

2012

33

22

0

0

1

2011

19

3

0.09

6.0

19

2010

32

23

0.15

2.5

4

2009

25

2

0

0

10

2008

28

24

0.10

1.8

4

2007

6

1

Trace

0.1

5

2006

43

26

0

0

0

2005

36

23

0

0

5

2004

31

25

0.33

3.7

2

2003

36

32

0.03

0

1

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