Not Always Freezing

We are already into the second week of December and have yet to see a single day this season where our high temperature fails to reach at least 32°. This might seem hard to believe because some morning temperatures have been so chilly, and we have had days where it FELT like it was colder than 32° due to the wind chill. This streak is pretty abnormal and is approaching record length. Typically, on average we will see at least one day where we wind up below freezing by about November 11th. That puts us a month past the average date, and only four days away from the 4th longest non-freezing streak ever. With the next four days high temperatures appearing to end up well above average, it is safe to say we could easily end up climbing into that number 4 spot. -Greg


Posted under event, First Look, record weather, statistics, winter weather

This post was written by qni_it on December 11, 2012

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