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Turning Stormy in the Northwest

An active fall storm pattern developing in the Pacific Northwest this week will bring areas of heavy rain and high elevation snow. Northern California will benefit from rainfall this week that will aid firefighters given the recent large wildfires. Read More >

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April Climate Data (Page 2)

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    |-- Temp. Records --||-- Precip Records --||------ Degree Day Normals -------|
     Hi        Lo         Record     Record     Heating          Cooling
Day  Mean Year Mean Year  Rain  Year Snow  Year Day Month Season Day Month Season  Day
  
 1    82  1946  41 *1993  1.60  1988    T *1970  10   10   3359    1    1     13    1 
 2    78  1946  33  1936  0.89  1916    T *1994   9   19   3368    1    2     14    2 
 3    78  2011  37  1975  1.25  1978  0.0    --   9   28   3377    1    3     15    3 
 4    77  1929  42 *1970 (4.40) 1964    T *1974   9   37   3386    1    4     16    4 
 5    76  1967  40  1996  2.54  1933  0.4  2007   9   46   3395    1    5     17    5 
 
 6    78 *2001  38  1939  1.40  1940    T *2007   8   54   3403    1    6     18    6 
 7    78  2015  37  2007  1.47  1975    T  2008   8   62   3411    1    7     19    7 
 8    77  2011  33  1938  2.33  1913    T *2008   8   70   3419    1    8     20    8 
 9    81  2011  37  1914  1.82  2008  0.3  1973   8   78   3427    1    9     21    9 
10    79  1927  40  2013  2.72  1908    T  1994   8   86   3435    1   10     22   10 
 
11    81  1972  42  1940  1.73  1901    T  1992   7   93   3442    1   11     23   11 
12   (85) 1972 (31) 1957  2.88  1945 (1.7) 1957   7  100   3449    2   13     25   12 
13    82  1972  34  1957  1.69  1945    T  2007   7  107   3456    2   15     27   13 
14    83  1936  42  1933  2.55  1929    T *2014   7  114   3463    2   17     29   14 
15    79 *1982  43  1928  2.51  1941  0.0    --   6  120   3469    2   19     31   15 
 
16    79 *2006  44  1944  1.38  1968  0.0    --   6  126   3475    2   21     33   16 
17    77 *1963  43  1921  1.75  1953    T  1953   6  132   3481    2   23     35   17 
18    81  1925  39  1953  2.61  1941    T  1953   6  138   3487    2   25     37   18 
19    80  1987  43  1983  2.52  1917  0.0    --   5  143   3492    2   27     39   19 
20    77 *1961  39  1918  3.30  1929  0.0    --   5  148   3497    2   29     41   20 
 
21    78 *1965  44  1931  3.19  2017  0.0    --   5  153   3502    2   31     43   21 
22    78 *1955  46  1909  1.39  1985  0.0    --   5  158   3507    2   33     45   22 
23    80  2009  49 *1995  3.22  1953  0.0    --   4  162   3511    2   35     47   23 
24    79 *1989  44  1910  2.88  2011  0.0    --   4  166   3515    2   37     49   24 
25    78  2012  49 *1910  2.76  1999  0.0    --   4  170   3519    2   39     51   25 
 
26    79  1989  46  1919  2.09  1915  0.0    --   4  174   3523    2   41     53   26 
27    79  1989  48  1920  2.33  1998  0.0    --   4  178   3527    3   44     56   27 
28    80  1970  51 *1998  3.04  1912  0.0    --   3  181   3530    3   47     59   28 
29    76 *1987  46  1994  2.81  2017  0.0    --   3  184   3533    3   50     62   29 
30    81  1936  43  1907  3.00  1970  0.0    --   3  187   3536    3   53     65   30 
 
* Indicates occurrences in previous years     ( ) Indicates monthly extremes
Period of Record:
Temperature:  January 1905 - Present
Rainfall:     January 1888 - Present
Snowfall:     January 1900 - Present
Normals:      1981-2010 (30 Year Average)
(Monthly normals are computed by adding all of the daily mean data
 and then dividing by the number of days in the month)

 

Updated: May 23, 2017