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SAN DIEGO 2016 RECAP: RAINFALL & TEMPERATURES

2016 was a warm year with overall temperatures at 2.7 above average. Total rainfall was at 10.2" for the year, which is just a hair below average.



Average Temperature Departure From Normal Total Rainfall Departure From Normal
Jan 58.5 1.4 3.21 1.23
Feb 63.9 6 0.05 -2.22
Mar 62.7 3.3 0.76 -1.05
Apr 65.5 3.8 0.55 -0.23
May 65 1 0.44 0.32
Jun 68.9 2.5 0 -0.07
Jul 70.9 0.9 0 -0.03
Aug 72.8 1.2 0 -0.02
Sep 72 1.4 0.32 0.17
Oct 70.6 3.9 0.07 -0.5
Nov 65.8 4.5 0.61 -0.4
Dec 58.9 2.4 4.22 2.69
Total 66.3 2.7 10.2 0.0


Most of the Southern California and the Southwest U.S. were below normal for rainfall, though Northern California and Southern Nevada were above normal. Temperatures were significantly above normal across the entire Southwest.








Across the United States:

The Northern Midwest, Texas and parts of the Mid Atlantic saw record rainfall. It was warmer than normal across the entire country, with parts of Georgia and Arizona seeing record heat.







1 comment:

  1. Thanks for the recap! February really was a let down this past year.

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