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4th of July Climate History for Paducah, KY
 

*Climate Data has been recorded at Barkley Regional Airport in West Paducah since 1949 and prior to that was observed in downtown Paducah back to December of 1937.

Independence Day, commonly known as the Fourth of July, is a federal holiday in the United States commemorating the adoption of the Declaration of Independence on July 4, 1776, declaring independence from Great Britain.

Here is a look at high and low temperature frequencies and extremes as well as precipitation statistics for the 4th of July in Paducah.

As seen by this graphic high temperatures are predominately in the 80s or 90s on the 4th of July, encompassing 94% of all years on record.

Warmest Highs Coldest Highs
101 in 2012 72 in 1972
97 in 2018 77 in 1997
97 in 1954 79 in 1970
96 in 2002 79 in 1967
96 in 1990 80 in 1984
96 in 1988 80 in 1968
96 in 1938  
Normal High: 89

 

Paducah has only hit the century mark on one occasion, back in 2012 when the temperature soared to 101 degrees! There have been 4 years where the high temperature failed to reach 80 degrees. This hasn't happened since 1997 when the high was only 77 degrees.

Low temperatures usually fall in the 60s or 70s, which accounts for 92% of the years on record. There have been 6 years where the low dipped into the 50s, most recently in 2014.

Warmest Lows Coldest Lows
76 in 1999 52 in 1968
75 in 2018 56 in 1996
75 in 1993 58 in 2014
74 in 2012 58 in 1967
74 in 2010 58 in 1959
74 in 1990* 58 in 1947
Normal Low: 69

*Denotes a tie in previous year(s)

Measurable precipitation has fallen 32% of the time, with over an inch of precipitation falling on 5 different occasions, most recently in 2016.

Wettest
3.44 in 1984
2.19 in 2016
1.91 in 1941
1.55 in 2009
1.34 in 1950

 

Here is a look at the observed weather for the past 15 years:

Recent Weather for 4th of July
Year High Low Precip
2007 89 67 0
2008 84 70 T
2009 81 68 1.55
2010 91 74 0
2011 84 70 0.43
2012 101 74 0.25
2013 84 61 0
2014 83 58 0
2015 82 69 0
2016 84 72 2.19
2017 90 72 0.05
2018 97 75 0
2019 93 72 0.01
2020 93 69 0
2021 87 60 0

 

4th of July Climate History for Evansville, IN
 

*Climate Data has been recorded at Evansville Regional Airport since January of 1897.

Independence Day, commonly known as the Fourth of July, is a federal holiday in the United States commemorating the adoption of the Declaration of Independence on July 4, 1776, declaring independence from Great Britain.

Here is a look at high and low temperature frequencies and extremes as well as precipitation statistics for the 4th of July in Evansville.

As seen by this graphic high temperatures are predominately in the 80s or 90s on the 4th of July, encompassing 89% of all years on record.

Warmest Highs Coldest Highs
103 in 2012 72 in 2009
101 in 1921 72 in 1972
99 in 1911 76 in 1997
97 in 1897 76 in 1967
96 in 1990* 77 in 1941*
Normal High: 89

*Denotes a tie in previous year(s)

Evansville has only hit the century mark twice on this holiday, with the hottest being back in 2012 with a scorching 103 degrees! There have been 11 years where the high temperature failed to reach 80 degrees. This last occurred back in 2016 when the high only hit 78 degrees.

Low temperatures usually fall in the 60s or 70s, which accounts for 85% of the years on record. There have been 17 years where the low dipped into the 50s, most recently in 2014.

Warmest Lows Coldest Lows
80 in 1911 50 in 1968
78 in 1926 51 in 1996
76 in 1934 52 in 1967
76 in 1928 55 in 1930
76 in 1897 55 in 1927
Normal Low: 68

 

Measurable precipitation has fallen 32% of the time, with over an inch of precipitation falling on 4 different occasions, most recently in 2016.

Wettest
2.28 in 2016
1.65 in 1912
1.20 in 1910
1.01 in 1984
0.80 in 1972

 

Here is a look at the observed weather for the past 15 years:

Recent Weather for 4th of July
Year High Low Precip
2007 90 66 0.59
2008 79 68 0.5
2009 72 67 0.7
2010 92 72 0
2011 84 69 0.28
2012 103 73 0.41
2013 80 63 0
2014 81 58 0
2015 83 66 0
2016 78 71 2.28
2017 89 69 T
2018 95 74 0
2019 84 69 0.05
2020 94 71 0
2021 87 61 0

 

4th of July Climate History for Cape Girardeau, MO
 

*Climate Data has been recorded at Cape Girardeau Regional Airport, located 5 miles southwest of Cape Girardeau, since June of 1960.

Independence Day, commonly known as the Fourth of July, is a federal holiday in the United States commemorating the adoption of the Declaration of Independence on July 4, 1776, declaring independence from Great Britain.

Here is a look at high and low temperature frequencies and extremes as well as precipitation statistics for the 4th of July in Cape Girardeau.

As seen by this graphic high temperatures are predominately in the 80s or 90s on the 4th of July, encompassing 86% of all years on record.

Warmest Highs Coldest Highs
103 in 2012 73 in 1972
102 in 1969 77 in 1960
100 in 1990 78 in 2008
100 in 1962 78 in 1997
98 in 1982 80 in 1968
96 in 1980 80 in 1967
Normal High: 89

 

Cape Girardeau has hit the century mark 4 times on this holiday, most recently in 2012 when the temperature soared to 103 degrees! There have been 4 years where the high temperature failed to reach 80 degrees. This last occurred in 2008 with a reading of 78 degrees.

Low temperatures usually fall in the 60s or 70s, which accounts for 86% of the years on record. There have been 9 years where the low dipped into the 50s, most recently in 2021.

Warmest Lows Coldest Lows
76 in 1990 53 in 1968
75 in 2018 57 in 2013
75 in 2010 58 in 2014
75 in 1999 58 in 1967
75 in 1994* 59 in 2021*
Normal Low: 68

*Denotes a tie in previous year(s)

Measurable precipitation has fallen 33% of the time, with the wettest July 4th occurring in 2016 when 1.19 inches fell.

Wettest
1.19 in 2016
0.86 in 2006
0.67 in 1984
0.57 in 1981
0.55 in 2005
0.55 in 1979

 

Here is a look at the observed weather for the past 15 years:

Recent Weather for 4th of July
Year High Low Precip
2007 90 65 0
2008 78 64 0.03
2009 84 69 0.14
2010 92 75 0
2011 85 70 0.30
2012 103 72 0
2013 85 57 0
2014 81 58 0
2015 M M M
2016 83 71 1.19
2017 88 65 T
2018 95 75 0
2019 92 71 0
2020 91 68 0
2021 86 59 0

 

4th of July Climate History for Poplar Bluff, MO
 

Climate Data has been recorded at the Poplar Bluff Airport, located 4 miles east of Poplar Bluff, since December of 1997. Prior to that data was taken at the Poplar Bluff COOP station, located a half mile west of downtown. Data for the COOP station dates back to January 1893.

Independence Day, commonly known as the Fourth of July, is a federal holiday in the United States commemorating the adoption of the Declaration of Independence on July 4, 1776, declaring independence from Great Britain.

Here is a look at high and low temperature frequencies and extremes as well as precipitation statistics for the 4th of July in Poplar Bluff.

As seen by this graphic high temperatures are predominately in the 80s or 90s on the 4th of July, encompassing 92% of all years on record.

Warmest Highs Coldest Highs
102 in 1926 74 in 1995
102 in 1925 76 in 1976
101 in 1901 76 in 1924
100 in 2012 77 in 1895
100 in 1954 79 in 1968
Normal High: 89

 

Poplar Bluff has hit the century mark 5 times on this holiday, most recently in 2012 when the temperature soared to 100 degrees! There have been 5 years where the high temperature failed to reach 80 degrees. This last occurred in 1995 with a reading of 74 degrees.

Low temperatures usually fall in the 60s or 70s, which accounts for 90% of the years on record. There have been 10 years where the low dipped into the 50s, most recently in 2021.

Warmest Lows Coldest Lows
78 in 1973 52 in 1968
77 in 1983 54 in 1924
75 in 2018 54 in 1922
75 in 1998 54 in 1917
74 in 2010* 56 in 1940*
Normal Low: 70

*Denotes a tie in previous year(s)

Measurable precipitation has fallen 27% of the time, with the wettest July 4th occurring in 1937 when a whopping 5.52 inches fell!

Wettest
5.52 in 1937
2.00 in 1941
1.70 in 2016
1.58 in 1976
1.34 in 1972

 

Here is a look at the observed weather for the past 15 years:

Recent Weather for 4th of July
Year High Low Precip
2006 90 72 0.70
2007 88 70 0
2008 81 69 0.07
2009 90 71 0.12
2010 93 74 0
2011 85 70 0.48
2012 100 73 0
2013 88 61 0.02
2014 82 60 0
2015 81 68 0
2016 82 72 1.70
2017 84 67 T
2018 95 75 0
2019 91 72 0
2020 91 73 0
2021 85 58 0
 
4th of July Climate History for Carbondale, IL
 

Climate Data has been recorded at Southern Illinois Airport, located 4 miles northwest of Carbondale, since August of 1998. Prior to that data was taken at the Carbondale Sewage Plant COOP station, located 3 miles east of Carbondale. Data for the COOP station dates back to November 1898.

Independence Day, commonly known as the Fourth of July, is a federal holiday in the United States commemorating the adoption of the Declaration of Independence on July 4, 1776, declaring independence from Great Britain.

Here is a look at high and low temperature frequencies and extremes as well as precipitation statistics for the 4th of July in Carbondale.

As seen by this graphic high temperatures are predominately in the 80s or 90s on the 4th of July, encompassing 89% of all years on record.

Warmest Highs Coldest Highs
104 in 2012 71 in 1989
104 in 1911 73 in 1995
101 in 1926 74 in 1976
100 in 1921 77 in 2009
100 in 1901 77 in 2008
Normal High: 88

 

Carbondale has hit the century mark 5 times on this holiday, most recently in 2012 when the temperature soared to 104 degrees! There have been 8 years where the high temperature failed to reach 80 degrees. This last occurred in 2009 with a reading of 77 degrees.

Low temperatures usually fall in the 60s or 70s, which accounts for 84% of the years on record. There have been 3 years where the low dipped into the 40s, most recently in 1940.

Warmest Lows Coldest Lows
75 in 2018 48 in 1922
75 in 2010 49 in 1940
75 in 1928 49 in 1924
74 in 1935 50 in 1968
74 in 1926* 51 in 1927
Normal Low: 67

*Denotes a tie in previous year(s)

Measurable precipitation has fallen 32% of the time, with over 1 inch of precipitation occurring on 7 different occasions, most recently in 2016.

Wettest
1.63 in 2006
1.42 in 1910
1.18 in 1980
1.13 in 2016
1.09 in 1970

 

Here is a look at the observed weather for the past 15 years:

Recent Weather for 4th of July
Year High Low Precip
2007 88 65 0.09
2008 77 63 0.08
2009 77 69 1.00
2010 91 75 0
2011 86 70 0.02
2012 104 73 0
2013 84 57 0
2014 82 57 0
2015 83 67 0
2016 81 70 1.13
2017 87 66 0
2018 94 75 0
2019 92 70 0
2020 92 70 0
2021 86 58 0