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  1. Meteorological winter is two days away, and thus a new winter thread for Indiana. Everyone is welcome to post anything regarding winter in Indiana. I of course will fill this thread with an annoying amount of stats. I'm also going to throw out a winter guess for Indiana, hopefully by tomorrow at the latest. As for what I'm currently thinking...it may or may not be pretty. But, I have no real skill at long range forecasting. Anyways, we begin by taking a look back at last winter. DJF temperature, precipitation, and snowfall stats for EVV, FWA, IND, and SBN below. Departures based off averages of the prior 30 years (1983-84 to 2012-13).
  2. Top 10 warmest and coolest Fall seasons for Evansville, Fort Wayne, Indianapolis, and South Bend. Consensus warmest (1931) and coolest (1976) for all four cities. Average temperatures are longterm values.
  3. 1984-2013 meteorological summer temperature and precipitation averages for Evansville, Fort Wayne, Indianapolis, and South Bend...just like the 30 year normals, but of the recent 30. Monthly and season average temperatures...80º+, 90º+, 100º+ days. Monthly and season average total precipitation...0.01"+, 0.10"+, 0.25"+, 0.50"+, and 1.00"+ days.
  4. Just going to dump a bunch of winter statistics about Indiana in this thread. First up, snowiest starts to a season for Indianapolis. 2013 ranks as the 14th best start on record for all years/seasons through December 16 (1884-present). All years that had at least 6.0" total snowfall, through December 16. 1977....16.3" 1989....14.0" 1932....12.5" 1899....11.4" 2005....11.2" 1966....10.7" 2010....10.7" 1996....10.6" 2007....10.5" 1917....9.5" 1898....9.3" 1942....9.1" 1950....9.0" 2013....8.9" 1884....8.1" 1914....7.5" 2000....7.1" 1886....6.8" 1951....6.7" 1967....6.7" 1974....6.5"
  5. Spring (March-May) temperature, precipitation, and snowfall rankings for Evansville, Fort Wayne, Indianapolis, South Bend, and the state of Indiana. State of Indiana (temperature and precipitation records since 1895) Evansville (temperature and precipitation records since 1897, snowfall since 1898) Fort Wayne (temperature, precipitation, and snowfall records since 1897) Indianapolis (temperature and precipitation records since 1871, snowfall since 1884) South Bend (temperature, precipitation, and snowfall records since 1894)
  6. I did something like this a couple of years ago, but lost all of the charts. So, I'll try again. Season snowfall totals (July 1 to June 30) for all of the first order long term sites in the Midwest. I'm doing it one state at a time...for IL, IN, IA, KY, MI, MN, MO, OH, and WI. Up first, the great state of Illinois. Others soon to follow. I will update/or add the 2013-14 numbers for all when we're done. Illinois Season Snowfall Totals Chicago: 1884-85 to present Moline: 1884-85 to present Peoria: 1884-85 to present Rockford: 1905-06 to present Springfield: 1884-85 to present