Climate at a Glance

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Great Falls, Montana

Average Temperature Rankings, May 1895

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Period Value 1981-2010
Mean
Anomaly Rank
(1895-2020)
Warmest/Coolest
Since
Record
May 1895
1-Month
50.4°F
(10.2°C)
51.4°F
(10.8°C)
-1.0°F
(-0.6°C)
45th Coolest Coolest to Date 1927
82nd Warmest Warmest to Date 1936
Ties: 1917, 1960
Apr–May 1895
2-Month
49.0°F
(9.4°C)
47.1°F
(8.4°C)
1.9°F
(1.0°C)
94th Coolest Coolest to Date 1975
33rd Warmest Warmest to Date 1934
Mar–May 1895
3-Month
43.4°F
(6.3°C)
42.7°F
(5.9°C)
0.7°F
(0.4°C)
89th Coolest Coolest to Date 2002
38th Warmest Warmest to Date 1910
Ties: 1973, 1998, 2010
Feb–May 1895
4-Month
37.7°F
(3.2°C)
38.8°F
(3.8°C)
-1.1°F
(-0.6°C)
65th Coolest Coolest to Date 1899
62nd Warmest Warmest to Date 1934, 1987
Ties: 1949
Jan–May 1895
5-Month
33.1°F
(0.6°C)
36.0°F
(2.2°C)
-2.9°F
(-1.6°C)
47th Coolest Coolest to Date 1899
80th Warmest Warmest to Date 1934
Ties: 1966

Citing This Page

  • NOAA National Centers for Environmental information, Climate at a Glance: City Time Series, published November 2020, retrieved on November 27, 2020 from https://www.ncdc.noaa.gov/cag/