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PEPPERRIDGE NORTH VALLEY'S
ALL TIME RECORDS AND EXTREMES

Thunder Heads develop over the open Desert         A rain shaft descends from a Thunderstorm over the open Desert

All time records Based on years 1997-2016


 

Temperature Extremes

Hottest temperature ... 117.0F on June 19th, 2016
(old records are 115F on July 15, 1997 , 114.7F on July 21, 2006)
( and also tied with 114.5F on July 2, 2001)

Coldest temperature ... 22.0F on January 14, 2007

Lowest maximum ... 41.4F on February 2nd, 2011
(old records were: 44.6F on January 14, 2007 & 45.3F Dec 6, 1998)

Highest minimum ... 91.5 on July 16, 2010
(old records were 90.8F on July 15, 2010 & 90.2F Aug 5th, 2009)




Rainfall Extremes

Most rain in one day ... 2.79" on February 13, 2003

Most rain in one month ... 5.67" in February, 2005

Most rain in one year ... 15.48" in 2005

Least rain in one year ... 4.43" in 2009

Most consecutive days                                    
without measurable rain
... 143 days in 2005 - 2006
                                                      between Oct 19, 2005 and March 10, 2006




Wind Extremes

Highest wind gust ... 52 MPH on July 26, 2005



Page Last Updated June 19th, 2016





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 Pepper Ridge North Valley Random Weather Facts

THERMAL LOW (Heat Low)
During the summer the intense Arizona heat causes the formation of a thermal low (heat low), this thermal low usually forms near Yuma. It is usually formed by the intense thermal updrafts and rapidly rising air that cause lower Barometric pressure levels whichs leads to the formation of a surface low pressure area. This feature can enhance the moisture levels during the monsoon by pulling in low level moisture from Baja California.

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