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Heat and Monsoonal Conditions This Week

Dangerous heat will build across portions of the West through this week where new daily record highs are forecast. Monsoonal showers and thunderstorms may result in flash flooding and debris flows for portions of Southwest into the Four Corners and central Rockies through at least the midweek. Stationary frontal boundary across the South and Southeast will focus showers and thunderstorms. Read More >

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Waco - Christmas Day Climatology

December 25

Temperature
  • Normal maximum: 59°F
  • Normal minimum: 36°F
  • Number of freezes: 46
  • Number of days with maximum:
         100°F or more: 0
         32°F or less: 1
Highest Maximum
Rank Temperature Year
1 82 2021
2 79 2016
3
(tie)
78 1964
78 1955
78 1951

 

Lowest Minimum
Rank Temperature Year
1 7 1983
2
(tie)
20 1989
20 1981
4
(tie)
21 2009
21 1980
21 1924

 

Lowest Maximum
Rank Temperature Year
1 23 1983
2 36 1974
3
(tie)
38 1985
38 1924
5
(tie)
40 1943
40 1918
Highest Minimum
Rank Temperature Year
1 67 2016
2 59 2021
3
(tie)
56 1916
56 1904
5 55 1971
 
Precipitation
  • Number of occurrences with any precipitation: 32
  • Number of occurrences with measurable precipitation: 19
  • Average amount when precipitation occurred: 0.17"
  • Chance of measurable precipitation: 16%
  • Number of occurrences of:
         thunder: 3 
         snow: 1 
         sleet (ice pellets): 2 
         freezing rain/freezing drizzle (glaze): 0 
         fog: 19
Wettest
Rank Precipitation Year
1 1.40 2000
2 1.25 1987
3 0.57 1914
4 0.45 1926
5 0.40 1913
 
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