...26 Day Streak of Above Normal Low Temperatures Ends at Springfield...

...HISTORIC 26 DAY STREAK OF ABOVE NORMAL LOW TEMPERATURES ENDS AT
SPRINGFIELD...

THE LOW TEMPERATURE OF 40 DEGREES RECORDED FRIDAY MORNING AT
SPRINGFIELD MISSOURI WAS 1 DEGREE BELOW THE NORMAL LOW TEMPERATURE
OF 41 DEGREES FOR APRIL 6TH...BREAKING A 26 DAY STREAK OF LOW
TEMPERATURES OF 5 OR MORE DEGREES ABOVE NORMAL.

UTILIZING THE 1981 TO 2010 CLIMATE NORMALS...THIS IS THE LONGEST
STREAK OF LOW TEMPERATURES 5 OR MORE DEGREES ABOVE NORMAL DATING
BACK TO A 28 DAY STREAK THAT BEGAN ON 12/02/1889.

INCLUDING THIS MOST CURRENT STREAK...HERE ARE THE BEGINNING DATES
AND NUMBER OF CONSECUTIVE DAYS FOR THE TOP 5 STREAKS SINCE THE
BEGINNING OF RECORD KEEPING IN SPRINGFIELD. AGAIN...THIS IS
UTILIZING THE LATEST SET OF CLIMATE NORMALS.

12/02/1889...28 DAYS
03/11/2012...26 DAYS
01/11/1919...23 DAYS
03/12/1946...23 DAYS
05/21/1914...22 DAYS



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