Climatological Rankings

NCEI added Alaska climate divisions to its nClimDiv dataset on Friday, March 6, 2015, coincident with the release of the February 2015 monthly monitoring report. For more information on this data, please visit the Alaska Climate Divisions FAQ.

Look up monthly U.S., Statewide, DivisionalClimate Divisions, and RegionalClimate Regions Temperature, Precipitation, Degree Days, and Palmer (Drought) rankings for 1-12, 18, 24, 36, 48, 60-month, and Year-to-Date time periods. Data and statistics are as of January 1895.
Please note, Degree Days are not available for Alaska, Agricultural Belts, NWS Regions, and Cities; Palmer Indices are not available for Alaska, NWS Regions, and Cities.

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Contiguous U.S. Average Temperature Rankings, May 1910

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Period Avg Temp 20th Century
Average
Departure Rank Warmest/Coolest
Since
Record
May 1910
1-month period
59.22°F
(15.12°C)
60.20°F
(15.67°C)
-0.98°F
(-0.55°C)
26ᵗʰ Coolest Coolest since: 1909 1917
96ᵗʰ Warmest Warmest since: 1906 1934
Mar - May 1910
3-month period
54.09°F
(12.27°C)
50.92°F
(10.51°C)
3.17°F
(1.76°C)
120ᵗʰ Coolest Coolest since: 1909 1917
2ⁿᵈ Warmest Warmest to Date 2012
Jan - May 1910
5-month period
44.24°F
(6.80°C)
43.34°F
(6.30°C)
0.90°F
(0.50°C)
90ᵗʰ Coolest Coolest since: 1909 1917
32ⁿᵈ Warmest Warmest to Date 2012
Jun 1909 - May 1910
12-month period
51.97°F
(11.09°C)
52.03°F
(11.13°C)
-0.06°F
(-0.04°C)
50ᵗʰ Coolest Coolest since: 1909 1917
71ˢᵗ Warmest Warmest since: 1902 2012
Ties: 1937