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January 2016, Fall From Torch Record!!!!!


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Now that December is in the books, I just did a quick eyeballing (paging Carl) and the largest fall

from December torch I found was Dec 1911 (41.5) to Jan 1912 (25.4).  

 

Again a quick eyeball, 40.0F plus Decembers were followed in PHL by a January that averaged in the 20s three times, 30s seventeen times and 40s four times. 

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Final DEC / JAN #'s for the official sites:

 

ABE - 45.8 / 29.2 (-16.6)

ACY - 50.6 / 33.5 (-17.1)

GED - 52.1 / 35.2 (-16.9)

PHL - 51.2 / 34.2 (-17.0)

RDG - 46.5 / 29.7 (-16.8)

TTN - 49.1 / 31.4 (-17.7)

ILG - 49.4 / 32.2 (-17.2)

MPO - 41.8 / 24.3 (17.5)

 

Philly has a new DEC / JAN "fall from torch" record beating the 16.1 degree drop from DEC 1911 to JAN 1912

 

 

 

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Final DEC / JAN #'s for the official sites:

 

ABE - 45.8 / 29.2 (-16.6)

ACY - 50.6 / 33.5 (-17.1)

GED - 52.1 / 35.2 (-16.9)

PHL - 51.2 / 34.2 (-17.0)

RDG - 46.5 / 29.7 (-16.8)

TTN - 49.1 / 31.4 (-17.7)

ILG - 49.4 / 32.2 (-17.2)

MPO - 41.8 / 24.3 (17.5)

 

Philly has a new DEC / JAN "fall from torch" record beating the 16.1 degree drop from DEC 1911 to JAN 1912

 

Carl BTW, good climo call on a 35.4F average for Jan, only 1.2F off.  I betcha there were some outlooks that were much colder than that.  ;)

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Carl BTW, good climo call on a 35.4F average for Jan, only 1.2F off.  I betcha there were some outlooks that were much colder than that.  ;)

 Yes good call - this may be pressing our luck - but, just eyeballing the #, Feb on Carl's list looks similar to Jan  - near 36F.

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So what was the real tally for the average temp & departure from norm for Jan? I apparently missed Tom's usual posting with the month-end stats :(

And, with this weekend in the outlook, any guesses on where Feb ends?

I would expect the last 10 days of Feb to average above normal.
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Thanks, all!

 

Not surprising the winter itself is so warm to average given how warm December was.  Feb, it'll be interesting to see where the numbers fall this weekend and where that places our average to date versus the warm start. 

 

Tony: Would it be inappropriate to break into a rendition of "You Are My Sunshine?" ^_^ 

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Thanks, all!

Not surprising the winter itself is so warm to average given how warm December was. Feb, it'll be interesting to see where the numbers fall this weekend and where that places our average to date versus the warm start.

Tony: Would it be inappropriate to break into a rendition of "You Are My Sunshine?" ^_^

What I expect and what actually happens may not be one and the same. ;)
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