Tag: Temperature

April 2014 So Far

April 16, 2014 0 Comments
April 2014 So Far

As we officially start the second half of April today, we find ourselves in familiar territory statistically as temperatures are generally running colder than normal and rainfall isn’t an issue. The climate summary for Rochester so far this month indicates that we’re five degrees colder than the 30 year climate average to date for the […]

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A Break From Heavy Humidity

July 10, 2013 0 Comments
A Break From Heavy Humidity

One of the great things about living in our region is the variety of weather we get throughout the year, especially in the summer.  Not everybody in the United States is lucky enough to get occasional cool spells in the summer or at least a respite from scorching heat and heavy humidity.  Our current dose […]

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In Like A Lamb

March 1, 2011 0 Comments
In Like A Lamb

You know the saying…In like a lion and out like a lamb or the reverse, but does this weather folklore hold true scientifically?  If it does, we would expect to end March on an exciting note since today the weather was quite tranquil to start the month.  Temperatures were in the mid to upper 30s, the sun was […]

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It’s Official: 2010 Summer Dew Point Record Set

September 13, 2010 0 Comments

As we draw closer to the end of astronomical summer this week with the autumnal equinox slated to take place next Wednesday night, we can now close the books on some of our summer climate records here in southeastern Minnesota and northern Iowa and take a final look back at our warm and sticky summer of 2010.  […]

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