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January
Rank Warmest
(°F)
Years Rank Coldest
(°F)
Years Rank Wettest
(ins.)
Years Rank Driest
(ins.)
Years
1 38.4 1933 1 11.3 1918 1 6.23 1949 1 0.04 1986
2 38.0 2006 2 11.5 1977 2 6.18 2005 2 0.07 1919
3 35.8 1932 3 13.9 1940 3 5.99 1907 3 0.26 1931
4 35.6 1990 4 14.2 1979 4 5.73 2008 4 0.32 1925
5 34.6 1914 5 14.7 1912 5 5.65 1950 5 0.43 1981
6 34.2 1921 6 15.6 1963 6 5.57 1916 6 (tie) 0.47 1980
7 33.6 1939 7 16.7 1982 7 4.98 1965 6 (tie) 0.47 1966
8 33.5 1923 8 16.8 1978 8 4.77 1975 8 0.50 1970
9 33.4 1934 9 18.6 1985 9 4.61 1993 9 0.51 1983
10 33.3 1992 10 18.7 2010 10 4.35 1937 10 0.52 1917

 


 

February
Rank Warmest
(°F)
Years Rank Coldest
(°F)
Years Rank Wettest
(ins.)
Years Rank Driest
(ins.)
Years
1 (tie) 40.0 2017 1 17.2 2014 1 4.61 1942 1 0.12 1987
1 (tie) 40.0 1930 2 18.0 1979 2 4.53 2008 2 0.15 1947
3 39.2 1954 3 (tie) 18.5 2015 3 4.47 1951 3 0.22 1991
4 39.1 1998 3 (tie) 18.5 1936 4 4.33 1908 4 0.24 1907
5 38.9 1976 5 18.7 1978 5 3.82 1959 5 0.34 1920
6 38.2 1932 6 19.5 1989 6 3.47 1950 6 0.38 2004
7 38.1 1938 7 19.7 2007 7 3.39 2001 7 0.39 2006
8 (tie) 37.8 1927 8 21.0 1914 8 3.32 1975 8 0.52 1973
8 (tie) 37.8 1915 9 22.1 1963 9 3.15 1997 9 (tie) 0.53 1978
10 37.6 1992 10 22.8 1929 10 3.13 1976 9 (tie) 0.53 1921

 


 

March
Rank Warmest
(°F)
Years Rank Coldest
(°F)
Years Rank Wettest
(ins.)
Years Rank Driest
(ins.)
Years
1 55.0 2012 1 26.2 1960 1 7.14 1973 1 0.47 1910
2 52.6 1946 2 (tie) 31.2 1912 2 6.23 1963 2 0.72 1937
3 51.7 1945 2 (tie) 31.2 1906 3 6.22 1922 3 0.80 1914
4 50.9 1910 4 31.4 1965 4 6.15 1913 4 0.98 1915
5 50.4 1921 5 31.7 1984 5 6.09 1920 5 1.05 1958
6 49.4 1938 6 33.6 1932 6 5.94 1953 6 1.08 1971
7 48.2 1973 7 33.7 1996 7 5.54 1985 7 1.12 1968
8 (tie) 48.0 1935 8 34.0 1926 8 5.29 1976 8 (tie) 1.16 2005
8 (tie) 48.0 1918 9 34.4 2013 9 5.02 1933 8 (tie) 1.16 1999
10 47.9 2007 10 (tie) 34.6 1947, 1969,
1978
10 4.94 1979 10 1.20 2012

 


 

Records began in 1906. Includes years that have no more than 5 missing days of observations that month.