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2017 Statistics
current thru March 31st, 2017

Hottest temperature ... 93.4°F on March 19th

First 90°F Day for 2017 occured on March 13th!

First 100°F Day for 2017 has not occured yet!

Coldest temperature ... 33.4°F on January 28th

Lowest maximum ... 51.0°F on January 20th

Highest minimum ... 60.7°F on March 19th

Maximum Wind Gust this year ... 28 mph on March 30th

Total rain so far this year ... 3.98 in.

Most rain in one day ... 0.95 in. on February 18th

Most rain in one month ... 2.24 in. in February

 


             
          2017        2017  AVERAGES °F  (RAIN)    2017    Extremes °F
          MONTH       MAX:  MIN:  MEAN:    in     MAX:  DATE: MIN:  DATE:
         ----------------------------------------------------------------
          JANUARY...  62.5  43.6  52.6  ( 1.62 )   75.2  1/30  33.4  1/28
          FEBRUARY..  70.5  48.9  59.1  ( 2.24 )   81.5  2/10  36.7  2/24
          MARCH.....  81.6  52.6  67.4  ( 0.12 )   93.4  3/19  41.5  3/01
          APRIL.....  72.3  47.2  59.9  ( ---- )   72.3  4/01  47.2  4/01     
          MAY......                     ( ---- )         5/01        5/01    
          JUNE.....                     ( ---- )         6/01        6/01
      
          JULY.....                     ( ---- )         7/01        7/01        
          AUGUST....                    ( ---- )         8/01        8/01    
          SEPTEMBER.                    ( ---- )         9/01        9/01       
          OCTOBER...                    ( ---- )        10/01       10/01   
          NOVEMBER..                    ( ---- )        11/01       11/01       
          DECEMBER..                    ( ---- )        12/01       12/01      
         ----------------------------------------------------------------
          YR TOTALS   71.6  48.4  59.7  ( 3.98 )   93.3 03/19  33.4 01/28  
		             
         ** More than one occurance
		 


The number of days this year
the HIGH temperature was
...

Less than 50°F ... 0 days

Less than 60°F ... 13 days

Less than 70°F ... 40 days

90°F or more .... 7 days

100°F or more .... 0 days

110°F or more .... 0 days

The number of days this year
the LOW temperature was
...

32°F or less ..... 0 days

45°F or less ..... 24 days

70°F or more .... 0 days

80°F or more ..... 0 days

85°F or more ..... 0 days





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MONSOON
The word "monsoon" comes from the Arabic "mausim" which means "a season" A common misuse of the term "monsoon" is to refer to INDIVIDUAL thunderstorms as "monsoons" (example - "The North Valley was pounded by monsoons this evening!"). The correct statement would be "The east valley was pounded by strong thunderstorms this evening!"

A MONSOON is a Seasonal wind shift that often brings a dramatic increase in moisture, and associated shower and thunderstorm activity, to the affected region. As the monsoon ends, and the winds shift again, the reverse occurs, with much drier air moving into the area.

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