July Statistics

2017-07-31 15:52:22.000 – Adam Gill, Weather Observer/IT Specialist

 

Since the month of July is almost over, lets look at some of the statistics for the month!

Temperature wise, as of this posting, we are exactly average with 49.1 degrees for the month.

Year

Temperature (F)

1955

53.45

 2013

53.08

2006

52.82

1952

52.43

1959

52.32

2005

52.19

1994

52.10

1949

51.84

1995

51.70

2010

51.66

1988

51.60

1937

51.52

1970

51.13

1975

51.13

2008

50.95

1947

50.92

2011

50.85

1964

50.82

1979

50.82

1999

50.73

1935

50.52

2012

50.40

1973

50.39

2016

50.39

1967

50.10

1944

49.87

1941

49.82

1938

49.74

2004

49.73

2003

49.52

1939

49.47

1963

49.47

1987

49.44

1943

49.40

1972

49.31

1958

49.24

2015

49.23

1946

49.21

2014

49.18

2002

49.16

1968

49.11

2017

49.10

1945

49.10

1990

49.09

1989

49.03

1981

48.89

1948

48.85

1980

48.73

1983

48.70

1961

48.65

1953

48.63

1998

48.60

1978

48.45

1951

48.37

1966

48.27

1940

48.24

2007

48.16

1993

47.97

1982

47.94

1985

47.89

1942

47.77

1971

47.77

1984

47.77

1950

47.73

1991

47.73

1997

47.68

1969

47.47

1996

47.44

1977

47.40

 1986

47.27

1976

47.18

1974

47.05

1936

46.26

1960

46.11

2009

46.11

1957

45.98

2001

45.44

1965

45.15

2000

45.11

1954

44.89

1956

44.81

1992

44.69

1962

44.26

 

A far as rain goes, this month started off wet but became rather dry to finish. We so far have recorded 5.65 inches of rain which is well below our average of 8.77 inches. We do have a chance for some showers today but those will likely not add up to much.
 

Year

Precipitation (Inches)

1996

16.85

1969

15.53

1997

15.46

2009

12.99

2008

12.88

2000

11.97

 2013

11.59

1962

11.48

2014

11.11

1981

11.02

1998

10.81

1957

10.70

1956

10.32

1951

10.22

1986

10.12

2006

9.85

1974

9.84

1958

9.73

1992

9.63

1993

9.63

1971

9.25

1947

8.98

1938

8.90

1999

8.57

1984

8.51

1975

8.31

2016

8.27

2005

8.21

2004

8.09

1985

7.93

2007

7.63

1972

7.62

1995

7.40

1940

7.23

2003

6.98

1963

6.93

2010

6.91

1990

6.87

1945

6.80

1967

6.80

1941

6.71

1954

6.58

1988

6.56

2015

6.56

1987

6.47

1983

6.42

1949

6.40

1976

6.29

1968

6.18

2012

6.10

1944

6.07

2001

6.00

2002

5.99

1937

5.96

1980

5.92

1982

5.90

1935

5.84

1960

5.84

1989

5.74

2017

5.65

1966

5.63

1970

5.59

1943

5.58

1964

5.57

1953

5.50

1946

5.43

1991

5.35

1994

5.25

1936

5.23

1961

5.17

1952

5.16

1950

5.09

942

5.00

1965

4.42

1973

4.38

1939

4.29

1977

3.99

1979

3.80

1978

3.75

1959

3.67

2011

3.63

1948

3.28

1955

2.69

 

Winds also were not to terribly exciting this month with an average velocity of 25.0 mph, below our climatological average of 25.7 mph for the month. The peak wind gust occurred on July 1st with a 90 mph gust during a thunderstorm.
 

Year

Average Wind Speed (MPH)

1983

32.8

1977

31.7

1935

30.5

1997

29.9

1971

29.7

1956

29.4

1982

29.4

2011

29.4

1996

29.2

2010

29.2

1986

28.9

1936

28.8

1957

28.7

1966

28.5

1991

28.3

1984

28.3

1993

28.2

1981

28.0

2002

27.8

2014

27.7

1985

27.3

1952

27.3

2015

27.3

1949

27.2

1948

27.1

1968

27.1

2016

27.0

1950

27.0

2003

26.7

1965

26.7

1999

26.5

2012

26.4

1960

26.4

1992

26.0

1980

26.0

2006

25.8

1974

25.8

1953

25.5

1990

25.4

1946

25.4

1951

25.3

1958

25.2

2017

25.0

2007

25.0

1938

24.8

2009

24.7

1975

24.7

2008

24.7

2013

24.7

1954

24.5

1962

24.5

1987

24.4

1994

24.4

1998

24.2

1978

24.0

1944

23.9

1995

23.8

1945

23.6

1969

23.5

1947

23.1

1963

23.0

1943

22.9

1989

22.9

1972

22.7

1988

22.7

1970

22.7

1941

22.6

1939

22.4

1973

22.1

1976

22.1

1961

21.9

1964

21.9

1942

21.6

2000

21.3

1940

21.3

1959

21.2

1955

20.9

2001

20.6

1937

20.2

1967

19.3

2004

18.4

1979

18.2

2005

17.4

 

Adam Gill, Weather Observer/IT Specialist

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