National Climate Report - Annual 2019
County Superlatives

« National Climate Report - Annual 2019


County Superlatives


1-month

CATEGORYCOUNTYVALUERANK
Coldest
Multiple other counties not listed
Marshall County, MN10.4 °F73
DriestMaverick County, TX0.08 inch14
WarmestMonroe County, FL72.6 °F118
WettestTillamook County, OR15.51 inches58
Coldest Departure from MeanChaffee County, CO-1.0 °F43
Driest Departure from MeanLinn County, OR-5.05 inches20
Warmest Departure from Mean
Multiple other counties not listed
Iowa County, WI8.1 °F117
Wettest Departure from MeanRichmond County, GA6.13 inches125

3-month

CATEGORYCOUNTYVALUERANK
ColdestCavalier County, ND23.4 °F56
DriestCheyenne County, CO0.78 inch34
WarmestMonroe County, FL76.8 °F122
WettestJefferson County, WA27.12 inches10
Coldest Departure from MeanTeller County, CO-2.5 °F11
Driest Departure from MeanJefferson County, WA-16.14 inches10
Warmest Departure from Mean
Multiple other counties not listed
St. Johns County, FL4.8 °F122
Wettest Departure from MeanPickens County, AL12.31 inches124

YTD

CATEGORYCOUNTYVALUERANK
ColdestLake County, CO34.3 °F83
DriestImperial County, CA3.61 inch79
WarmestMonroe County, FL78.8 °F125
WettestCurry County, OR83.24 inches63
Coldest Departure from MeanCampbell County, SD-3.2 °F7
Driest Departure from MeanGrays Harbor County, WA-31.92 inches2
Warmest Departure from MeanSt. Johns County, FL4.0 °F125
Wettest Departure from MeanDelaware County, OK34.99 inches125

Citing This Report

NOAA National Centers for Environmental Information, State of the Climate: National Climate Report for 2019, published online January 2020, retrieved on January 17, 2020 from https://www.ncdc.noaa.gov/sotc/national/201913/supplemental/page-9.

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