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January Daily/Monthly Normals for Parkersburg
(see notes below table)
Date Normal High Normal Low Average Record High RH Year Record Low RL Year HDD CDD Precip
Snow
1
40
24
32
76
1952
3
1968
33
0
.10
0.2
2
40
24
32
71
2000
-6
1968
33
0
.09
0.2
3
40
24
32
71
1907
-1
1918
33
0
.10
0.3
4
40
24
32
72
1997
-9
1918
33
0
.09
0.3
5
40
24
32
69
1997
-4
1968
33
0
.10
0.3
6
40
24
32
74
1946
-3
1942
33
0
.09
0.2
7
40
24
32
69
2008
-3
1988
33
0
.10
0.3
8
40
23
32
71
1937
-11
1968
34
0
.09
0.3
9
40
23
31
71
1946
-3
1970
34
0
.09
0.3
10
40
23
31
70
1890
-4
1962
34
0
.09
0.3
11
40
23
31
70
1890
-11
1893
34
0
.09
0.2
12
40
23
31
70
1898
-6
1912
34
0
.10
0.3
13
40
23
31
74
2005
-12
1912
34
0
.09
0.3
14
40
23
31
74
1995
-4
1929*
34
0
.09
0.3
15
40
23
31
69
1932
-5
1972
34
0
.10
0.2
16
40
23
31
66
1949
-11
1972
34
0
.10
0.3
17
40
23
31
68
1932
-15
1977
34
0
.09
0.3
18
40
23
31
72
1929
-15
1994
34
0
.10
0.3
19
40
23
31
71
1907
-24
1994
34
0
.09
0.3
20
40
23
31
71
1906
-18
1952
34
0
.10
0.2
21
40
23
31
74
1906
-20
1952
34
0
.10
0.3
22
40
23
32
74
1999
-15
1936
34
0
.09
0.2
23
40
23
32
69
1967
-16
1936
33
0
.09
0.2
24
40
23
32
74
1943
-14
1963
33
0
.10
0.2
25
40
23
32
78
1950
-9
1936
33
0
.10
0.2
26
40
23
32
70
1967*
-8
1948
33
0
.09
0.2
27
40
23
32
74
1916
-7
1936
33
0
.10
0.2
28
40
24
32
68
1970
-10
1948
33
0
.10
0.3
29
40
24
32
73
1903
-10
1963
33
0
.09
0.2
30
41
24
32
71
1947
-2
1966*
33
0
.10
0.2
31
41
24
32
75
2002
-2
1936
33
0
.10
0.3
Totals
39.8
23.4
31.6
78
1950
-24
1994
1035
0
2.95
7.9

NOTES:
  • Temperatures are degrees F, precipitation is inches of liquid. All normals are based on the period 1981-2010.
  • RH Year=Year of record high, RH Low=Year of record low. Temperature records for Parkersburg began in 1889.
  • HDD=Heating degree days, CDD=Cooling degree days
  • An asterisk (*) after the year of occurrence of record highs and lows indicates the record was reached more than once, with the indicated year being the most recent.
  • Daily normal precipitation/snowfall values are more appropriate for calculating normals over a period of at least several days, rather than on a strict day-to-day basis.
  • Averages/totals may differ slightly from expected due to rounding.
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