The Pattern Persists

As soon as the heat came, it went. Since this past Winter, Tim (Tim's Weather Blog), has been preaching the consistent NW pattern would stick with us. No matter how much I didn't want to believe him, he was and is correct. My guts told me August and September would be hot, August was for a few days, but overall ended up being the coolest August on record here at OSNW3. I am up for whatever is thrown our way this September (as always), which brings great excitement as September is my most favorite month.
(OSNW3 August Observations)


OSNW3 August 2009 Climate Summary

(Temp Comparison | August 1 - 31)

2008 / 2009
Max Avg: 77.5 / 75.7 / -1.8
Min Avg: 61.2 / 60.7 / -0.5

(August 2009 Temperature | August 1 - 31)

OSNW3 2009 Average
Avg Hi... 75.7
Avg Low.. 60.7
Oshkosh Average
Avg Hi... 79.1
Avg Low.. 59.8
Avg Hi... -3.4
Avg Low.. +0.9

(August 2007-2009 Mean Temperature)


(OSNW3 Dog Days Through August 2009)


(August 2009 Precipitation | August 1 - 31)

2009 Monthly Total
Precip.. 3.75"
Oshkosh Average
Precip.. 4.15"
Precip.. -0.40"

(OSNW3 Precipitation Through August 2009)


Sunshine was abundant this August with one complete overcast day (Days with Sun). We recorded 5 t-storms at OSNW3 in August which brings our yearly total to 16. The monthly low temperature, Monthly Extremes, was overtaken this August at OSNW3 as the overnight low on Aug 29 dropped to 48.0°. For more daily climate information about August at OSNW3, click here.


Other August Climate Summaries...
CoCoRaHS Station MO-CW-1 (Fulton, MO)
WX Ranger NW (Lincoln County, WA)
Tim's Weather Blog (Duluth, MN).