So far, it’s been Octobrrr

So far, it’s been Octobrrr
October 16, 2009

You’ve turned the furnace on earlier than you wished, your golf game got canceled — and you’re already eyeing a new sweater.

If it gives you any comfort, you’ve been through the coldest start to October on record.

Regional offices of the National Weather Service crunched the numbers Thursday. They found that the combined average daytime-nighttime temperature in the first 14 days of the month was an astonishing 12 to 15 degrees below normal.

That’s based on records dating back from 50 to more than 100 years, depending on the time period evaluated by each office.

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Cold weather impacting local construction plans

Cold weather impacting local construction plans
22 January 2012

…“So far, the winter has been slightly cooler than normal overall, but there have been lengthy periods of both mild and very cold conditions,” Moritz said.
According to Moritz’s research, the average temperature at the Aurora airport from December to Friday has been 23.3 degrees, or 1.1 degree below normal.
He added that December’s average temperature was 22.1 degrees, or 3.6 below normal…


Calendar says fall, but for much of U.S., winter is here

Calendar says fall, but for much of U.S., winter is here
December 16, 2008

(CNN) — A blast of Arctic air Tuesday morning has much of the nation — from the Great Lakes to Oregon and down to Texas — in its cold, icy grip.

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