July 2013 Climate Information

The July 2013 climate reports for Milwaukee and Madison have been posted, check them out at the links below:

South central and southeast Wisconsin saw a little bit of everything last month: a period of near-normal average temperatures (around July 4-14), a string of above-normal average temperatures greater than ten degrees (July 16-19), and a bit of a cold spell (July 24-30). In regard to precipitation, areas in southern Wisconsin saw quite a few days without any measurable precipitation. Of note, Milwaukee and Madison only recorded measurable rain on eight days. 

The images (from left to right) show the average temperature, departure from average temperature, the accumulated precipitation, and the percent of normal precipitation for July 2013. Click map for a larger version.

Maps are courtesy of the Midwest Regional Climate Center


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NWS Milwaukee/Sullivan


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