Saturday – July 31, 2010`s – Historical Climate Facts Back To 1950 !

In 2010 :
Lo : 78 °  **  Record  Warmest     
Hi : 97 °   Heat Index : Felt Like 111 ° in the Shade at 4 p.m.   
Rainfall : 0.00 ”  
 
In 2009 :
Lo : 70 °       
Hi : 83 °      
Rainfall : 0.06  ”  
 
In 2008 :
Lo : 75 °      
Hi : 93 °       
Rainfall : 0.07 ”  

 

In 2007 :
Lo : 73 °           
Hi : 92 °     
Rainfall : 0.00 ”

In 2006 :
Lo : 74 °     
Hi : 98 °   
Rainfall : 0.00 ” 

In 2005 :
Lo : 66 °      
Hi : 92 °     
Rainfall : 0.00 ”   

In 2004 :
Lo : 67 °     
Hi : 87 °   
Rainfall : 0.25 ” 

In 2003 :
Lo : 72 °        
Hi : 86 °     
Rainfall : 0.08 ”    

In 2002 :
Lo : 73 °         
Hi : 88 °   
Rainfall : 0.24 ”

In 2001 :
Lo : 70 °      
Hi : 94 °     
Rainfall : 0.00 ” 

In 2000 :
Lo : 64 °      
Hi : 88 °    
Rainfall : 0.00 ”

In 1999 :
Lo : 73 °  
Hi : 98 °     
Rainfall : 0.00 ”  

In 1998 :
Lo : 73 °         
Hi : 86 °      
Rainfall :  2.15 ”  **  Record  Wettest 

In 1997 :
Lo : 67 °       
Hi : 87 °     
Rainfall : 0.00 ” 

In 1996 :
Lo : 69 °    Normal  
Hi : 87 °    
Rainfall :  0.83 ”  

In 1995 :
Lo : 72 °       
Hi : 95 °       
Rainfall : 0.00 ” 

In 1994 :
Lo : 63 °     
Hi : 88 °     
Rainfall :  0.00 ”  

In 1990 :
Lo : 72 °     
Hi : 90 °   
Rainfall : 0.00 ” 

In 1980 :
Lo : 75 °         
Hi : 102 °   **  Record  Hottest     
Rainfall : 0.00 ”    

In 1970 :
Lo : 74 °         
Hi : 96 °       
Rainfall : 0.00 ”  

In 1960 :
Lo : 70 °     
Hi : 95 °       
Rainfall : 0.00 ”  

In 1950 :
Lo : 74 °       
Hi : 89 °      
Rainfall : 0.00 “

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