National Weather Service United States Department of Commerce

Snow Will Persist in the Northeast and Great Lake States

Heavy Lake Effect snow will continue to the lee of the Great Lakes for the next couple of days. Snow will also return to the Northeast by Tuesday as another front moves in. Bitter cold wind chills can be expected in the Upper Mississippi Valley. Freezing temperatures will even impact central Florida. Meanwhile, elevated fire weather conditions will persist in southern California. Read More >

BIANNUAL TOP TENS
LAKE CHARLES
 

10 Warmest January-June's
Lake Charles
1895-2017

 

1 70.2 2012
2 69.2 2017
3 69.1 1927
4 68.0 1953
t5 67.9 1938
t5 67.9 1950
t5 67.9 2000
8 67.7 1911
t9 67.5 1957
t9 67.5 2006

 

10 Coolest January-June's
Lake Charles
1895-2017

 

1 61.2 1940
2 61.3 1912
3 62.0 1978
t4 62.5 1960
t4 62.5 1983
6 62.8 1979
t7 62.9 1913
t7 62.9 2014
9 63.1 1964
t10 63.2 1899
t10 63.2 1931

 

10 Wettest January-June's
Lake Charles
1895-2017
 

1 48.32 1991
2 47.28 2004
3 45.31 1989
4 44.38 1947
5 42.39 1923
6 41.51 2015
7 40.44 1993
8 40.25 1980
9 40.09 1946
10 39.93 1905

 

10 Driest January-June's
Lake Charles
1895-2017

 

1 12.55 1954
2 13.37 1925
3 13.44 1971
4 13.52 1939
5 14.73 1936
6 15.05 1902
7 15.52 2010
8 15.56 1963
9 15.75 1996
10 16.19 1965

 


Warmest & Coolest is temperature in degrees Fahrenheit
Wettest & Driest is rainfall in inches