National Weather Service United States Department of Commerce
October Daily/Monthly Normals for Parkersburg
(see notes below table)
Date Normal High Normal Low Average Record High RH Year Record Low RL Year HDD CDD Precip
1
71
49
60
91
1927
28
1895
6
1
.09
2
71
49
60
91
1919
32
1895
6
1
.08
3
71
48
60
90
1919
28
2003
7
1
.09
4
70
48
59
90
1951
30
1987*
7
1
.09
5
70
48
59
91
2007
31
1965
7
1
.09
6
70
47
58
89
2007*
28
1892
8
1
.09
7
69
47
58
91
2007*
29
1935
8
1
.09
8
69
46
58
91
2007
25
1889
8
1
.10
9
69
46
57
89
1939
29
1889
8
1
.09
10
68
46
57
89
1949
26
1895
9
1
.10
11
68
45
57
87
1912
25
1964
9
1
.09
12
68
45
57
86
1954
26
1906
9
1
.10
13
67
45
56
87
1969*
24
1988
9
1
.09
14
67
45
56
88
1897
25
1988
10
0
.09
15
67
44
56
90
1897
28
1894
10
0
.09
16
67
44
55
88
1897
30
1939
10
0
.09
17
66
44
55
88
1928
28
1909
10
0
.09
18
66
43
55
85
1938
28
2001
11
0
.08
19
66
43
54
85
1938
26
1972
11
0
.09
20
65
43
54
85
1953
24
1992
11
0
.09
21
65
43
54
85
1979
21
1952
12
0
.09
22
65
42
53
88
1979
23
1930
12
0
.09
23
64
42
53
84
1975*
21
1997
12
0
.09
24
64
42
53
85
1975
23
1895
12
0
.09
25
64
41
53
83
1991
24
1960
13
0
.10
26
63
41
52
84
2010
25
1962
13
0
.09
27
63
41
52
84
1984
21
1962
13
0
.10
28
63
41
52
80
1927
22
1976
14
0
.10
29
62
40
51
82
1927
22
1895
14
0
.10
30
62
40
51
83
1971
20
1895
14
0
.10
31
62
40
51
83
1950
22
1988
14
0
.10
Totals
66.5
44.1
55.3
91
2007*
20
1895
318
17

2.86


NOTES:

  • Temperatures are degrees F, precipitation is inches of liquid. All normals are based on the period 1981-2010.
  • RH Year=Year of record high, RH Low=Year of record low. Temperature records for Parkersburg began in 1889.
  • HDD=Heating degree days, CDD=Cooling degree days
  • An asterisk (*) after the year of occurrence of record highs and lows indicates the record was reached more than once, with the indicated year being the most recent.
  • Daily normal precipitation values are more appropriate for calculating normals over a period of at least several days, rather than on a strict day-to-day basis.
  • Averages/totals may differ slightly from expected due to rounding.

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