...Record Minimum High Temperature Tied at Springfield Today...

Cloudy skies and north winds associated with a departing upper level storm system produced an unseasonablly cold day across the Ozarks. A record low maximum temperatures was tied at Springfield, with high temperatures just a few degrees shy of record low maximums at Joplin and Rolla/Vichy.

The tables below list the top 5 record low high temperatures at each location along with the low temperature and precipitation that occurred on April 13th.  

Springfield 

Year

Record Low High (Rank)

Low

Precipitation

Snow

1957/2008

42 (1)

18

0.00

0

1952

43 (2)

36

Trace

0

1950

44 (3)

25

0.00

0

1948

45 (4)

40

Trace

0

1907

46 (5)

26

0.00

0

2007

46 (5)

37

1.60"

0

Joplin

Year

Record Low High (Rank)

Low

Precipitation

Snow

    1957     

44 (1)

19

0.00

0

1952

45 (2)

38

0.00

0

1950

46 (3)

26

0.00

0

1980

47 (4)

38

0.00

0

2007

47 (4)

38

1.66

0

1966

48 (5)

42

0.00

0

Rolla/Vichy

Year

Record Low High (Rank)

Low

Precipitation

Snow

    1950      

39 (1)

23

0.00

0

2007

43 (2)

35

0.96

0

1948

44 (3)

39

0.01

0

1980

47 (4)

33

0.31

1.0

1951

48 (5)

34

0.03

Trace

1957

48 (5)

24

0.00

0

 



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