|Average High||Average Low||Record High||Record Low||
|58||31||76 in 1933||10 in 1991||24 in 2002||51 in 1915|
Mean temperature for October 31st : 44
RECORD PRECIPITATION is .85 inches in 1972
RECORD SNOWFALL is 13.8 inches in 1972
Number of times with a trace or more....... 22
Number of times with an inch or more....... 7
Climatological chance of a trace or more... 19%
Climatological chance of an inch or more... 6%
SNOW ON GROUND
RECORD SNOW ON GROUND is 6.0 inches in 1991
Number of times with a trace or more....... 9
Number of times with an inch or more...... 3
Climatological chance of a trace or more... 14%
Climatological chance of an inch or more... 5%
The last "chilling" Halloween was in 2002. The day started out at a balmy 20 degrees, with a dusting of snow covering the ground. The weather through the day would not fair much better with cloudy skies keeping the cold weather in place across the city, with only a meager 4 degrees of warming taking place through the daylight hours. That evening a cold freezing drizzle and snow mixture would blanket the area, making for a slippery trek across the neighborhood. In 1991, there was 6 inches of snow on the ground at 5 am that morning, with an additional 1.2 inches falling that day. The mercury rose to a high of only 29 degrees, and dipped to a record low for that day of 10 degrees. Another cold Halloween was in 1972 when the day started off with a trace of snow on the ground with a record 13.8 inches of snow falling during the day. The temperature only rose to a high of 25 degrees...which is the record lowest maximum temperature for that day...with a low reading of 17 degrees.
Snowfall records are in inches, from 1895 to the present.
Snow depth on the ground is at 5 AM MST, beginning in 1948 to the present.
Temperatures are in degrees fahrenheit, from 1895 to present.
Current through 2012.