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September Warmth

Records Break Late in the Month

Daily Records Broken on Thursday, September 24, 2010:

Cleveland: 90 (previous record: 87 in 1941)

Erie, PA: 89 (previous record: 86 in 1970)

Mansfield: 89 (ties previous record: 89 in 1934)

Daily Records Broken on Thursday, September 23, 2010:

Toledo: 92 (previous record: 90 in 1945)

Mansfield: 90 (ties previous record: 90 in 1936)

Cleveland: 89 (previous record: 88 in 1936)

Number of 90+ Days This Year through September 24, 2010:

Toledo 25
Mansfield 11
Cleveland 20
Akron-Canton 13
Youngstown 10
Erie, PA 9

Where Do We Stand So Far for September 2010 (Sep 1-22)?

Average Temperature Departure from Normal (degrees F)
Toledo
+1.2
Mansfield
+1.5
Cleveland
+2.8
Akron-Canton
+1.4
Youngstown
+1.1
Erie, PA
-0.7

Where Do We Stand So Far for the Year 2010 (Jan 1-Sep 22)?

  Average Temperature 1/1/10 - 9/22/10 (F) Ranking
Toledo
55.3
7th
Mansfield
54.1
9th
Cleveland
56.4
1st
Akron-Canton
54.7
7th
Youngstown
54.2
7th
Erie, PA
53.4
13th
All data are considered preliminary.

Ohio's January - August 2010:

15th Warmest on Record

The Outlook for October, November, December 2010

The official National Weather Service forecast for October through December of 2010 for northern Ohio and northwest PA from the Climate Prediction Center calls for an enhanced probability for above normal temperatures.

Additional Notes...
     
All data are considered preliminary. The National Climatic Data Center finalizes and stores the official record of all of our weather data. Period of record are as follows:
Records date back to 1874 for Erie
                                  1897 for Youngstown
                                  1871 for Canton-Akron, Cleveland, and Toledo
                                  1916 for Mansfield 

Climate Normal Period 1971 to 2000


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