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2020 Statistics
current thru April 30th, 2020

Hottest temperature ... 101.9°F on April 29th

First 90°F Day for 2020 occured on April 22nd!

First 100°F Day for 2020 occured at 2:17pm on April 29th!!

Coldest temperature ... 31.2°F on February 5th

Lowest maximum ... 53.8°F on February 4th

Highest minimum ... 69.6°F on April 30th

Maximum Wind Gust this year ... 27 mph on February 25th

Total rain so far this year ... 4.61 in.

Most rain in one day ... 0.90 in. on February 22nd

Most rain in one month ... 2.65 in. in March


 


             
          2020        2020  AVERAGES °F  (RAIN)    2020    Extremes °F
          MONTH       MAX:  MIN:  MEAN:    in     MAX:  DATE: MIN:  DATE:
         ----------------------------------------------------------------
          JANUARY...  66.9  42.7  53.9  ( 0.11 )   74.2  1/19  35.8  1/11
          FEBRUARY..  69.0  44.0  56.1  ( 1.76 )   77.6  2/20  31.2  2/05
          MARCH.....  72.5  50.3  61.4  ( 2.65 )   82.8  3/06  41.2  3/28
          APRIL.....  84.6  56.0  71.1  ( 0.09 )  101.9  4/29  48.1  4/09    
          MAY......   94.7  66.7  82.0  ( 0.00 )  103.0  5/06  63.0  5/04    
          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   74.4  49.3  61.8  ( 4.61 )   103.0 5/06  31.2 02/05  
		             
         ** More than one occurance
		 


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

Less than 50°F ... 0 days

Less than 60°F ... 6 days

Less than 70°F ... 44 days

90°F or more .... 9 days

100°F or more .... 1 days

110°F or more .... 0 days

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

32°F or less ..... 1 days

45°F or less ..... 42 days

70°F or more .... 0 days

80°F or more ..... 0 days

85°F or more ..... 0 days





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Most of the severe weather is seen in the Phoenix Metro area, occurs durning the Monsoon, usually associated with our summer Thunderstorms, and damage is usually caused by micro bursts--not tornadoes. A "micro burst" is a small area of rapidly descending air beneath a thunderstorm. When the descending air hits the ground, it quickly spreads out in all directions, causing very strong, straight-line winds. These winds are commonly as strong as 40-60 mph but can exceed 100 mph at times. Micro bursts occur over a rather small space-scale, typically the area affected is less than 2.5 miles in diameter.::

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