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An Active Weather Wednesday

Strong to severe thunderstorms are possible on Wednesday in parts of the Ohio Valley, Upper Mississippi Valley and south-central Plains. These storms may produce heavy rain and flooding in the Ohio Valley. Meanwhile, a strong cold front will sweep through the Northwest U.S. with rain, mountain snow and high winds. Finally, heat and record high temperatures are likely across the Southern U.S. Read More >

          Temperature extremes for El Paso, Texas for JANUARY

 
Date Maximum Low Max Minimum High Min
1 77/1910 29/1947 5/1881 51/1879
2 73/1971 30/1983* 12/1983* 54/1910
3  74/1997  27/1947  9/1911 53/1997 
4  75/1888  25/1971 9/1971   49/2017
5  72/1916  27/1971 8/1949  52/1879
6  74/1939*  28/1971 11/1971*   51/2008
7  74/1952*  22/1913 4/1913  52/1965*
8  74/1969*  23/1913  2/1913 50/2022*
9  76/1909  28/1891 8/1913  54/1957
10  72/1953*  17/1962# 1/1962  49/1916
11  74/2005*  19/1962 -8/1962#&  53/1911
12  72/1957*  30/1962  0/1962 49/1995
13  72/1953  28/1997*  9/1962 49/1911
14  71/2022*  35/1946  10/1963  50/2017
15  71/2003*  39/2013 13/1963   51/1916*
16  74/1914  33/2007  11/1964 51/1916
17  74/1971  26/1949  16/1964  50/1996
18  77/1921  35/1981*  9/1987 48/2019*
19  76/1906*  32/1940  13/1940  52/1959
20  73/1971  36/1981* 16/1918  51/1920
21  78/1974  25/1918 8/1883  50/1920*
22  75/1950  32/1940 8/1918   54/2000*
23  74/1970*  28/1926  9/1881 52/1879
24  80/1970#  37/1926* 9/1881  50/1943*
25  77/1999*  38/1889  17/1964* 56/1879
26  76/1975*  38/1949  16/1881  57/1879
27  75/1890  29/1948 14/1948   57/1879
28  77/1911  19/1948 4/1948   59/1879#
29  75/1890  21/1949  -6/1948 58/1879
30  77/1890  30/1949 9/1949*   55/1879
31  77/1890  33/1951 15/1949   57/2014*

              * INDICATES LAST OF ONE OR MORE OCCURRENCES
                      # INDICATES EXTREME FOR THE MONTH
                     & INDICATES EXTREME FOR ALL-TIME