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           Averages for the Area:                                      
Month Average high Average low Warmest ever Coldest ever Average dew point Average precipitation
JAN. 38 21 74 -25 22 3.2
FEB. 42 24 73 -15 24 2.8
MARCH 52 33 84 -11 31 3.9
APRIL 64 43 89 15 40 3.5
MAY 74 52 93 27 51 4.0
JUNE 82 61 102 39 60 3.8
JULY 86 65 103 47 64 4.1
AUG. 85 63 102 43 63 3.3
SEP. 78 56 102 31 56 2.8
OCT. 67 45 89 16 44 2.7
NOV. 53 35 81 0 34 3.4
DEC. 42 26 75 -20 26 3.1

 

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PAST WEATHER EVENTS - SHARONVILLE, OH

10/3/04 - First thirty degree reading of the season.  We reached 37 F at 7:45am.  No frost formed locally.
10/16/04 - First ice pellets of the season.  Fell during a short shower event (due to uplift of air during cold air advection).
10/18/04 - Flooding rains in advance of warm air resulting in record daily precipitation - rainfall reached 2.35" in Sharonville (in 24 hour period).
11/24/04 - As of 9:00pm - we had received 0.28" of rain, due to the passage of a strong low pressure system.  Recorded our lowest barometric pressure reading of 29.24" at 5:45pm.  Peak Gust - 33mph - WSW - 7:45pm
11/25/04 - First few snow flurries of the season early this morning.  Recorded only a Trace - with 0.0 on the ground.
12/7/04 - Unseasonable temperatures today.  Sharonville's high temperature was 66 F at 1:30pm.  We recorded 0.26" rain today.  Storm total (over last 3 days) = 0.46".  Our peak wind today was 39mph from the West at 11:15am.  Barometric pressure fell to 29.47" at 9:45am.
12/22 - 12/23/04 - Major Winter Storm moved through, spreading significant snowfall and periods of sleet and freezing rain.  Total snow accumulations at our site = 10 inches of new snow.