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Areas of Severe Weather and Flash Flooding

The threat for severe weather and flash flooding continues in several spots across the country. An enhanced risk of severe storms is likely from KS to TX, w/ very large hail and damaging winds being the main concern, while a slight severe threat covers the Mid-Atlantic. Excessive rainfall w/ flooding remains possible from the southern Appalachians into the Mid-Atlantic and over the central Plains. Read More >

Temperature (in degrees Fahrenheit)
Highest Temperature 112 degrees on July 14, 1936
Lowest Temperature -27 degrees on January 10, 1982
   
Warmest Month 80.6 degrees in August 1921
Coldest Month 4.7 degrees in January 1912
   
Warmest Season 76.1 degrees in Summer of 1921
Coldest Season 14.1 degrees in Winter of 1978-79
   
Warmest Year 52.8 degrees in 1921 and 1931
Coldest Year 44.9 degrees in 1917
   
Highest Dew Point Missing for now

 

Precipitation (in inches)
Wettest Year 56.48 in 1973
Driest Year 22.87 in 1910
   
Wettest Season 25.76 Summer (Jun – Aug) of 1972
Driest Season 1.28 Winter (Dec – Feb) of 2002 - 2003
   
Wettest Month 13.98 in August 2007
Driest Month 0.01 in October 1952
   
Greatest in 24 Hours 7.43 on July 17 – 18, 1996
Greatest Calendar Day 5.70 on August 15, 1987

 

Snowfall (in inches)
Seasonal (Jul – Jun) Greatest 74.5 in 1978 - 1979
Seasonal (Jul – Jun) Least 2.8 in 1906 - 1907
   
Winter (Dec – Feb) Greatest 65.1 in 2007 – 2008
Winter (Dec – Feb) Least 1.3 in 1906 - 1907
   
Greatest Total:  
Month 36.1 in January, 1918
Storm 16.3 on January 6 – 7, 1918
24 Hours 16.3 on January 6 – 7, 1918
Calendar Day 13.5 on March 31, 1926
Snow Depth 27 inches in January 1979

 

Pressure (in inches of Mercury)
Highest 30.98 on Feb 16, 1989 and Feb 1, 1979
Lowest 28.78 on April 3, 1982

 

Wind (in mph)
Highest Gust Missing for now
Coldest Wind Chill -72 on January 20, 1985