New Year's Day Climate Statistics
 
Below is a New Year's Day climatology for 10 stations across west-central Texas.
The January 1st listings for Abilene and San Angelo include: normal high and low temperatures,
record high and record low temperatures, coldest maximum and warmest minimum
temperatures, greatest precipitation, and greatest snowfall. 

For Brownwood, Coleman, Ballinger, Rotan, Albany, Brady, Sonora, and Ozona, the January 1st 
listings include: normal high and low temperatures, record high and low temperatures, 
greatest precipitation, and greatest snowfall.
 


 
Abilene
Normal High Temperature: 56 degrees
Normal Low Temperature: 34 degrees

Record High Temperature: 82 in 2006
Record Low Temperature: 9 in 1928

Coldest High Temperature: 18 in 1928
Warmest Low Temperature: 64 in 1965

Greatest Precipitation: 1.07 inches in 1944
Greatest Snowfall: 4.5 inches in 1996

 



San Angelo
Normal High Temperature: 58 degrees
Normal Low Temperature: 33 degrees

Record High Temperature: 83 in 2006
Record Low Temperature: 11 in 1979

Coldest High Temperature: 21 in 1979
Warmest Low Temperature: 59 in 1965

Greatest Precipitation: 0.61 inches in 1947
Greatest Snowfall: 5.5 inches in 1947

 



Brownwood
Normal High Temperature: 59 degrees
Normal Low Temperature: 31 degrees

Record High Temperature: 88 in 1952
Record Low Temperature: 12 in 1928

Greatest Precipitation: 1.20 inches in 1944
Greatest Snowfall: 1.5 inches in 1947

 



Coleman
Normal High Temperature: 57 degrees
Normal Low Temperature: 34 degrees

Record High Temperature: 80 in 2006
Record Low Temperature: 10 in 1928

Greatest Precipitation: 1.82 inches in 1944
Greatest Snowfall: 1.0 inches in 1983

 



Ballinger
Normal High Temperature: 58 degrees
Normal Low Temperature: 31 degrees

Record High Temperature: 85 in 1952
Record Low Temperature: 10 in 1928

Greatest Precipitation: 1.70 inches in 1944
Greatest Snowfall: 1.5 inches in 2002

 



Rotan
Normal High Temperature: 55 degrees
Normal Low Temperature: 31 degrees

Record High Temperature: 79 in 2000
Record Low Temperature: 13 in 1974

Greatest Precipitation: 0.85 inches in 1996
Greatest Snowfall: 2.8 inches in 1996

 



Albany
Normal High Temperature: 56 degrees
Normal Low Temperature: 31 degrees

Record High Temperature: 86 in 1910
Record Low Temperature: 8 in 1928

Greatest Precipitation: 0.60 inches in 1983
Greatest Snowfall: 1.0 inches in 1947

 



Brady
Normal High Temperature: 60 degrees
Normal Low Temperature: 34 degrees

Record High Temperature: 86 in 1952
Record Low Temperature: 15 in 1977

Greatest Precipitation: 2.01 inches in 1944
Greatest Snowfall: 4.0 inches in 1947



Sonora
Normal High Temperature: 60 degrees
Normal Low Temperature: 30 degrees

Record High Temperature: 82 in 1910
Record Low Temperature: 13 in 1974

Greatest Precipitation: 0.33 inches in 1903
Greatest Snowfall: 0.0 inches (snowfall has never occurred)

 



Ozona
Normal High Temperature: 61 degrees
Normal Low Temperature: 30 degrees

Record High Temperature: 76 in 1981
Record Low Temperature: 13 in 1974

Greatest Precipitation: 0.10 inches in 1968
Greatest Snowfall: 0.0 inches (snowfall has never occurred)

 


 

 


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