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http://devsite.climatecentral.org/records/rate/

 

This is an interactive web site with some good stats by state as well.

 

From: Scott Whittier [mailto:[log in to unmask]] 
Sent: Monday, September 10, 2012 12:11 PM
To: [log in to unmask]; Chelsea Ingram; Chris Bouchard; Dan
Dowling; Dave Busch; Gary Sadowsky; Gib Brown; Hayley Lapoint; Ian Oliver;
Kerrin Jeromin; Matt Sutkoski; Matthew C. Noyes; Roger R. Hill; Sharon
Meyer; Steve Glazier; Steve Maleski; Tom Messner; VT Climate/Met Group; VT
Climate/Research
Subject: # 80 Degree or Warmer Days in BTV will likely be surpassed

 

Thanks to the following blog
<http://blogs.burlingtonfreepress.com/weather/2012/09/10/never-ending-vermon
t-summer-takes-a-quick-break/>  by Matt Sutkowski of the Burlington Free
Press, I did some data checking and came up with the following to share.

 

78 days of 80 degree or warmer temperatures at BTV for 2012

 

That is a tie for the most at BTV since records began in 1883/1884

 

78 Days in 1959/2012

77 Days in 1949

74 Days in 1946

73 Days in 1999

 

BTW...Average Distribution since 1884 (Jan-Dec and Annual)

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Scott

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Scott L. Whittier
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