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56 minutes ago, Rainshadow6.6 said:

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Interesting, I'd like to know what the January monthly average low was before. If I can recall the coldest climo at PHL was a 38 / 21 hi / low before this update, so having 26 as a low for the whole month seems like a jump of at least 2 or 3 degrees, which would be pretty significant in just 10 years.

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13 minutes ago, ACwx said:

Interesting, I'd like to know what the January monthly average low was before. If I can recall the coldest climo at PHL was a 38 / 21 hi / low before this update, so having 26 as a low for the whole month seems like a jump of at least 2 or 3 degrees, which would be pretty significant in just 10 years.

I found the old ones. f.JPG.04decdd25c85a31ce4cd6f6aab97a1f6.JPG

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These were the coldest JAN "normals" at PHL - 37.9 / 22.8. 

From a decadal standpoint JAN during the 1980's is the coldest month over the entire Philadelphia period of record back to 1884 averaging 29.8 degrees.

Monthly warming trends compared to the new normals:

JAN +3.3 

FEB +2.9

MAR +1.2

APR +2.1

MAY +1.4

JUN +2.7

JUL +2.0

AUG +1.3

SEP +1.7

OCT +1.8

NOV +1.0

DEC +2.8

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10 hours ago, colonel_kurtz said:

These were the coldest JAN "normals" at PHL - 37.9 / 22.8. 

From a decadal standpoint JAN during the 1980's is the coldest month over the entire Philadelphia period of record back to 1884 averaging 29.8 degrees.

Monthly warming trends compared to the new normals:

JAN +3.3 

FEB +2.9

MAR +1.2

APR +2.1

MAY +1.4

JUN +2.7

JUL +2.0

AUG +1.3

SEP +1.7

OCT +1.8

NOV +1.0

DEC +2.8

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We also lost the 1960s and parts of the 1970s back in the good old days when we used to follow the solar cycles. warmer.JPG.00dfdbb7a72a39ecca60cbdded80ca17.JPG

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