Tuesday, January 12, 2010

Invest in Long Underwear

It has already been well established that 2010 has started off on a cold note. The question is, "How cold has it been?"

Cape Girardeau, Missouri:
As of January 11, Cape Girardeau is 14.7° below average per day for the month of January. That equates to a temperature deficit of almost 162°.

For the first eleven days of the year, the average high temperature has been 25.9° and the average low temperature has been 9.1°. The extremes during that time period have been 38° on January 11 and -2° on January 10. Ten days of the month (91%) have had a high temperature of 32° or below.


Carbondale, Illinois:
As of January 11, Carbondale is 13° below average per day for the month of January. That equates to a temperature deficit of 143°.

For the first eleven days of the year the average high temperature has been 25° and the average low temperature has been 9.3°. The extremes during that time period have been 35° on January 11 and -5° on January 10. Ten days of the month (91%) have had a high temperature 32° or below.


Paducah, Kentucky:
As of January 11, Paducah is 14.7° below average per day for the month of January. That equates to a temperature deficit of almost 162°.

For the first eleven days of the year, the average high temperature has been 25.7° and the average low temperature has been 10.5°. The extremes during that period have been 36° on January 11 and 1° on January 10. Ten days of the month (91%) have had a high temperature of 32° or below.


Poplar Bluff, Missouri:
As of January 11, Poplar Bluff is 11.6° below average per day for the month of January. That equates to a temperature deficit of almost 128°.

For the first eleven days of the year, the average high temperature has been 29.1° and the average low temperature has been 12.6°. The extremes during that period have been 44° on January 11 and 5° on January 10. Nine days of the month (82%) have had a high temperature of 32° or below.

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