Let’s put this month behind us!

I for one am ecstatic about being able to flip the calendar and move into February. This month has been brutally cold as witnessed by the average temperature for the month listed at 13.6°, which is 5.3° colder than normal.

The graphic to the left shows the low temperature for each day this month. You can see that the month started off somewhat normal with lows above 10° for eight of the first ten days. Then the arctic express kicked in and we spent the last three weeks getting pummeled by polar air. Seven days this month have witnessed temperatures below zero with the record of -25° sticking out like a sore thumb. Including this morning, 17 of the past 20 days have started with temperatures in the single digits or colder. Considering the average low during this timeframe is in the lower teens, that just doesn’t quite seem fair.

As for the last day of the month, I put it in the single digits color since it looks like the mercury will be around 8° at midnight tonight with slowly rising temperatures thereafter. -ADAM


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This post was written by qni_it on January 30, 2009

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  1. Justin January 30, 2009 6:50 PM

    Whats the record for coldest average tempurature for this month?

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