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Snow Will Persist in the Northeast and Great Lake States

Heavy Lake Effect snow will continue to the lee of the Great Lakes for the next couple of days. Snow will also return to the Northeast by Tuesday as another front moves in. Bitter cold wind chills can be expected in the Upper Mississippi Valley. Freezing temperatures will even impact central Florida. Meanwhile, elevated fire weather conditions will persist in southern California. Read More >

 

San Angelo:

Average annual number of 100 degree days (1981-2010): 18.2 days*

*Keep in mind that 2011 is not in the time period for the official normals.

100 Degree Days
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 Record annual and consecutive days with high temperatures of 100 degress or greater

Period of record 1907-present

Rank Greatest Annual Number
of Days (Year)
Most Consecutive Days and Dates
(1947 - present)
 1  100 (2011)  28 (July 2 - July 29, 2011)
 2  60 (1969)  26 (July 30 - August 24, 2010)
 3  59 (1924)*  18 (June 18 - July 5, 1969)
 4  56 (2012)  17 (August 15 - August 31, 2011)
 5  55 (1917)  16 (July 28 - August 12, 2012)
   55 (1910)*  16 (June 6 - June 21, 2011)
 7  52 (1960)  15 (July 27 - August 10, 1970)
    52 (1912)*  15 (July 12 - July 26, 1963)
   52 (1911)* 14 (August 7 - August 20, 1969)
 10  49 (1962)  14 (August 2 - August 15, 2015)

* Denotes missing data

# Twelve consecutive days was also matched in 2000, 1969 and 1964


Years when Maximum Temperature did not reach 100 degrees:

1950
1976
2007

 

Earliest and Latest Dates of Occurrence:

Average calendar date of the first 100-degree high (1981-2010): June 5

Earliest calendar date (on record) of the first 100-degree high: April 6, 1972

Latest calendar date (on record) of the first 100-degree high (in years where 100-degree temperatures occurred):  August 15, 1997

Latest calendar date (on record) of the last 100-degree high:  October 3, 1951