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  1. Another raw, chilly day with temps in the 30s and wall-to-wall stratus following an early high of 42 overnight.
  2. Same here, though temps were able to rise through the 50s before topping out around 60 earlier tonight. It should have rained here if it was going to be like that. Few of the local meteorologists were of little help in contrast to what NWS and TWC hinted and nailed. A crappy first weekend of November is certainly on tap after a rainy first day of November. To add insult to injury, all first 5 days (and counting) of the month have had cloudy mornings. Pray this November isn't going to be a repeat of December 2014 and this past January combined. I'd laugh at the end of the year if this November would end up cloudier than this upcoming December. NWS and TWC currently hinting a period of nice, crisp fall weather suitable for this month come around the middle of the upcoming week.
  3. At least today was the day all three climate sites (CVG, DAY, CMH) had the chance to hit or exceed that after they all got 89'd yesterday. Good festival weather.
  4. Definitely suited the official last day of this astronomical "summer."
  5. According to http://w1.weather.gov/data/obhistory/KDAY.html, guess again! Temps actually overperformed enough just before the stray storms hit and even topped out at 90 for the second time this year, previously on June 12th. The earliest last 90 on record is finally SAFE! CVG got 89'd, though.
  6. Even the GFS had some 90s popping out at times during July. Either way, those days were just reserved for next Summer or the year after.
  7. I do not see any changes in my trees' leaves, yet. I'm uncertain about it, too. However, I don't think we're going to be off the hook that easy again this upcoming winter.
  8. Topped out at 88. DAY is in the screw zone, once again. Hope next Summer won't put DAY in the screw zone as much as this year.
  9. Overachieved a bit, topping out at 88 just before the storms arrived. Very jealous. Meanwhile at DAY, 90-degree days remain at a near-record low with still only one back on June 12th. If DAY isn't going to hit 90 this past July, this month, or in the foreseeable future, the area might as well just go for the earliest last 90 on record this year and get it all over with.
  10. Overachieved a bit, topping out at 89. It's the highest it's going to go for this month, anyway.
  11. Temps overperformed by only a degree or two. Topped out at 87.
  12. Only topped out at 72 under wall-to-wall overcast skies with only a trace of rainfall. With fall-like rains expected overnight into the next morning, tomorrow is not going to be any better as the fall-like system progresses. Early August is a bit too early for an expected 2+-day stretch of wall-to-wall overcast skies, but might as well be the final nail in the coffin on this "summer." Here's the latest 6-10 and 8-14 day outlooks:
  13. Current high temperature so far this month is 85. If any warm-ups are not to be good enough here, DAY would not only go throughout the entire August without hitting 90, but could also come close to at least tying the record low maximum August temperature of 87 that occurred just 2 years ago (also in 1915).
  14. 425 CXUS51 KILN 010600 CF6DAY PRELIMINARY LOCAL CLIMATOLOGICAL DATA (WS FORM: F-6) STATION: DAYTON OH MONTH: JULY YEAR: 2017 LATITUDE: 39 54 N LONGITUDE: 84 12 W TEMPERATURE IN F: :PCPN: SNOW: WIND :SUNSHINE: SKY :PK WND ================================================================================ 1 2 3 4 5 6A 6B 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 12Z AVG MX 2MIN DY MAX MIN AVG DEP HDD CDD WTR SNW DPTH SPD SPD DIR MIN PSBL S-S WX SPD DR ================================================================================ 1 82 66 74 0 0 9 T 0.0 0 9.5 20 260 M M 7 22 250 2 84 63 74 0 0 9 0.00 0.0 0 9.0 20 250 M M 2 25 270 3 88 63 76 2 0 11 0.00 0.0 0 6.3 15 20 M M 5 20 20 4 86 65 76 2 0 11 0.00 0.0 0 6.2 14 60 M M 6 1 19 70 5 84 64 74 0 0 9 0.00 0.0 0 3.6 9 50 M M 7 12 50 6 76 66 71 -3 0 6 2.22 0.0 0 3.7 15 70 M M 9 123 23 30 7 85 63 74 0 0 9 1.05 0.0 0 8.4 31 330 M M 4 13 39 330 8 79 63 71 -3 0 6 0.00 0.0 0 8.2 16 320 M M 6 1 21 310 9 80 55 68 -6 0 3 0.00 0.0 0 6.6 14 260 M M 2 17 280 10 86 65 76 2 0 11 T 0.0 0 15.0 28 240 M M 8 3 33 250 11 82 69 76 2 0 11 0.16 0.0 0 12.2 46 250 M M 9 13 56 250 12 88 72 80 6 0 15 T 0.0 0 11.2 25 240 M M 8 1 29 230 13 87 73 80 6 0 15 0.01 0.0 0 11.8 21 210 M M 9 13 29 210 14 85 64 75 1 0 10 0.00 0.0 0 9.2 21 10 M M 6 35 20 15 80 59 70 -4 0 5 0.00 0.0 0 5.8 12 360 M M 3 15 340 16 83 63 73 -1 0 8 0.10 0.0 0 7.4 23 10 M M 5 13 27 360 17 84 63 74 0 0 9 0.11 0.0 0 4.2 14 230 M M 7 18 15 230 18 89 68 79 5 0 14 0.00 0.0 0 6.4 12 250 M M 2 16 250 19 88 68 78 4 0 13 0.00 0.0 0 5.5 13 320 M M 2 16 310 20 85 71 78 4 0 13 0.11 0.0 0 8.5 28 270 M M 6 13 32 270 21 85 70 78 4 0 13 0.37 0.0 0 8.6 46 290 M M 8 13 61 290 22 89 70 80 6 0 15 0.32 0.0 0 8.5 28 300 M M 9 13 36 310 23 83 67 75 1 0 10 0.09 0.0 0 8.2 23 250 M M 8 13 29 250 24 79 61 70 -4 0 5 0.00 0.0 0 9.2 18 20 M M 2 1 26 20 25 77 56 67 -7 0 2 0.00 0.0 0 5.3 13 70 M M 2 8 19 90 26 82 57 70 -4 0 5 0.00 0.0 0 4.7 10 220 M M 5 12 210 27 82 69 76 2 0 11 0.26 0.0 0 5.1 14 290 M M 9 1 17 280 28 81 64 73 -1 0 8 0.00 0.0 0 11.6 24 30 M M 6 1 30 30 29 78 57 68 -6 0 3 0.00 0.0 0 12.4 21 30 M M 1 27 40 30 83 57 70 -4 0 5 0.00 0.0 0 6.0 13 30 M M 2 16 110 31 84 60 72 -2 0 7 0.00 0.0 0 3.1 9 10 M M 5 12 20 ================================================================================ SM 2584 1991 0 281 4.80 0.0 241.4 M 170 ================================================================================ AV 83.4 64.2 7.8 FASTST M M 5 MAX(MPH) MISC ----> # 46 250 # 61 290 ================================================================================ NOTES: # LAST OF SEVERAL OCCURRENCES COLUMN 17 PEAK WIND IN M.P.H. PRELIMINARY LOCAL CLIMATOLOGICAL DATA (WS FORM: F-6) , PAGE 2 STATION: DAYTON OH MONTH: JULY YEAR: 2017 LATITUDE: 39 54 N LONGITUDE: 84 12 W [TEMPERATURE DATA] [PRECIPITATION DATA] SYMBOLS USED IN COLUMN 16 AVERAGE MONTHLY: 73.8 TOTAL FOR MONTH: 4.80 1 = FOG OR MIST DPTR FM NORMAL: -0.3 DPTR FM NORMAL: 0.69 2 = FOG REDUCING VISIBILITY HIGHEST: 89 ON 22,18 GRTST 24HR 2.22 ON 6- 6 TO 1/4 MILE OR LESS LOWEST: 55 ON 9 3 = THUNDER SNOW, ICE PELLETS, HAIL 4 = ICE PELLETS TOTAL MONTH: 0.0 INCH 5 = HAIL GRTST 24HR 0.0 6 = FREEZING RAIN OR DRIZZLE GRTST DEPTH: 0 7 = DUSTSTORM OR SANDSTORM: VSBY 1/2 MILE OR LESS 8 = SMOKE OR HAZE [NO. OF DAYS WITH] [WEATHER - DAYS WITH] 9 = BLOWING SNOW X = TORNADO MAX 32 OR BELOW: 0 0.01 INCH OR MORE: 11 MAX 90 OR ABOVE: 0 0.10 INCH OR MORE: 9 MIN 32 OR BELOW: 0 0.50 INCH OR MORE: 2 MIN 0 OR BELOW: 0 1.00 INCH OR MORE: 2 [HDD (BASE 65) ] TOTAL THIS MO. 0 CLEAR (SCALE 0-3) 9 DPTR FM NORMAL 0 PTCLDY (SCALE 4-7) 17 TOTAL FM JUL 1 0 CLOUDY (SCALE 8-10) 5 DPTR FM NORMAL 0 [CDD (BASE 65) ] TOTAL THIS MO. 281 DPTR FM NORMAL 2 [PRESSURE DATA] TOTAL FM JAN 1 561 HIGHEST SLP 30.23 ON 25 DPTR FM NORMAL 22 LOWEST SLP 29.75 ON 23 [REMARKS] #FINAL-07-17# DAY ends up slightly cooler than normal this July which was also wetter than average (4.80") for the 5th month in a row. Just as expected throughout the month, temperatures failed to reach 90 degrees in July for the first time since 2014 and only the 9th time since since records began in 1893. Now, let's hope August (particularly during 2nd half of the month) doesn't go that way as with July since both July and August together failing to reach 90 only occurred three times (2004 the latest) which those three occurrences were the summers when no 90s were recorded at all those entire years.