...Halloween Day Climatology...

 

Happy Halloween


Halloween Day over the years across the Ozarks has varied widely in weather conditions. The little ghosts and goblins that trick or treat  for goodies on the evening of October 31st have seen temperatures range from a daily high of 83 degrees in 1950 to a low of 18 degrees in 1993 and have braved as much as 2.42 inches of rain (2005) and even 0.6 inches of snow (1951) to gather their treats.

Overall, the average high has been around 64 degrees and the average low was 42. That sounds like tolerable weather, however, during this time period it has rained nearly 42% of the time which is a little less than rain on every other Halloween. 

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YEAR  HIGH LOW PRECIP
1970 49 40 0
71 67 33 0
72 62 56 0.85
73 61 41 0.12
74 70 56 1.07
1975 70 46 0
76 58 36 0
77 76 61 0.08
78 76 40 0
79 58 45 0.04
1980 71 34 0
81 64 58 1.39
82 79 63 0.29
83 75 52 0
84 80 59 0
1985 49 44 0.55
86 71 47 0
87 77 61 0.03
88 60 34 0
89 54 35 0
1990 77 53 0
91 51 35 1.47
92 65 50 0
93 39 18 0
94 61 37 0.26
1995 63 51 0.02
96 50 30 0.36
97 72 52 0.02
98 70 52 0
99 74 56 0
2000 78 62 0
01 67 47 0
02 43 37 0
03 67 51 0
04 63 48 1.15
2005 57 43 2.42
06 61 37 0
07 68 43 0.00 
08 65 53 0.08
09 58 36 0.00
2010 73 39 0.00
11 67 33 0.00
       

 



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