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Here is a look at some New Year's weather statistics for Gaylord*, with data going back to 1951. As can be seen in the data below, there has been a wide spectrum of temperatures and precipitation on New Year's Day in Gaylord, but highs have generally been in the 20s/30s and lows in the teens. It is also common for Gaylord to see measurable snowfall on New Year's Day.

Gaylord New Year's Day Climate Extremes (1951-2021):
Warmest High Temperature: 50 degrees (1952)
Coldest High Temperature: 6 degrees (2014)
Coldest Low Temperature: -16 degrees (1968)
Warmest Low Temperature: 30 degrees (2007, 2006, 1967)
Most Precipitation: 0.56 inches (2019)
Most Snowfall: 6.4 inches (2019)
Greatest Snow Depth: 32 inches (1986)

Gaylord New Year's Day Climate Averages (1951-2021):
Average High Temperature: 27 degrees
Average Low Temperature: 13 degrees
Average Precipitation: 0.08 inches
Average Snowfall: 1.2 inches
Average Snow Depth: 13 inches

Below are graphs showing the frequency distribution of New Year's Day high/low temperatures, precipitation, and snowfall for Gaylord. Click here for a full listing of Gaylord's New Year's Day climate records.







 

*Data for Gaylord is derived from a composite of observations taken at both Gaylord-Otsego County Airport and the Gaylord cooperative observing station. This data is for informational purposes only and does not meet climatological standards. This data set may include periods with missing data and data that has been recorded from different observing locations over time.