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Wildfire Danger Continues in Southern California

High pressure building into the Western U.S. will create strong offshore winds in southern California. Temperatures in this region are unseasonably hot, and conditions are dry. The combination of these strong winds and dry conditions will bring fire danger to portions of southern California. Red Flag Warnings are in effect here. Any new fires in this region could quickly grow out of control. Read More >

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May 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    79  1936  46  1909  3.01  2009  0.0    --   3    3   3538    3    3     68    1 
 2    79 *1955 (45) 2013  1.70  1980  (T)   2013  3    6   3541    3    6     71    2 
 3    80  2012  46  1954  2.19  1979  0.0    --   2    8   3543    3    9     74    3 
 4    82  2012 (45) 1907  2.30 *1999  0.0    --   2   10   3545    3   12     77    4 
 5    80 *2014  46  1907  2.88  1913  0.0    --   2   12   3547    3   15     80    5 
 
 6    81  2007  48  1944  2.83  2000  0.0    --   2   14   3549    4   19     84    6 
 7    79 *2014  52  1910  4.09  1995  0.0    --   2   16   3551    4   23     88    7 
 8    82  1918  50  1943  3.66  1961  0.0    --   2   18   3553    4   27     92    8 
 9    83  2003  54 *1924  6.15  1943  0.0    --   2   20   3555    4   31     96    9 
10    82  1963  49  1924  4.36  1950  0.0    --   2   22   3557    4   35    100   10 
 
11    82  1956  51  1946  2.83  1992  0.0    --   1   23   3558    4   39    104   11 
12    82 *1991  53  1914  4.05  1982  0.0    --   1   24   3559    5   44    109   12 
13    81 *1991  49  1953  4.47  1933  0.0    --   1   25   3560    5   49    114   13 
14    80 *1963  50  1907  2.51  1956  0.0    --   1   26   3561    5   54    119   14 
15    82  1911  49  1945  2.05  1910  0.0    --   1   27   3562    5   59    124   15 
 
16    82 *1974  48  1945  1.82  2003  0.0    --   1   28   3563    5   64    129   16 
17    82  1996  54  1945  1.89  1928  0.0    --   1   29   3564    6   70    135   17 
18    82 *1996  56  2002  2.48  1960  0.0    --   1   30   3565    6   76    141   18 
19    83  1987  56  1981  3.91  1949  0.0    --   1   31   3566    6   82    147   19 
20    83  2003  56  1968  2.50  1902  0.0    --   1   32   3567    6   88    153   20 
 
21    83  1962  52  1968  1.90  1978  0.0    --   1   33   3568    6   94    159   21 
22    85  1953  54  1917  2.10  1902  0.0    --   1   34   3569    6  100    165   22 
23    83 *2004  56 *1963  3.36  2015  0.0    --   1   35   3570    7  107    172   23 
24    83 *1996  58  1935  3.16  1908  0.0    --   1   36   3571    7  114    179   24 
25   (86) 2006  56  1925  1.80  1974  0.0    --   1   37   3572    7  121    186   25 
 
26    84  2012  56  1992  2.40  1984  0.0    --   0   37   3572    7  129    193   26 
27    84  1927  56  1907 (6.95) 1984  0.0    --   0   37   3572    8  137    201   27 
28    84 *2012  50  1907  2.08  1905  0.0    --   0   37   3572    8  145    209   28 
29    84  1926  51  1947  1.60  1903  0.0    --   0   37   3572    8  153    217   29 
30    84 *1985  56  1983  2.71  1976  0.0    --   0   37   3572    8  161    225   30 
 
31   (86) 1928  58  1907  2.50  1926  0.0    --   0   37   3572    9  169    234   31 

* 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: June 6, 2017