Author: Dan Leathers
Posted on Wed 10/14/15 Figure 1. Delaware statewide mean September temperature (°F) 1895-2015. Figure 2. Delaware statewide mean September precipitation (inches) 1895-2015. September Temperatures Preliminary data indicates that the statewide average te …
While statewide average temperatures were normal during August 2015, Delaware experienced the driest August since 2008.
Preliminary data indicates that summer temperatures were just above the 30-year “normal” during 2015.
Preliminary data indicates that autumn precipitation was below average and temperatures were appreciably above the 30-year “normal” during 2015.
Temperatures were near normal and precipitation was slightly below normal across most of the state.
June 2015 is the 10th warmest on record since 1895. This is the sixth year in a row that June temperatures have been above normal.
Monthly temperatures during the season were quite varied, with March coming in much below average, April near normal and May much above average.
May 2015 is the third warmest on record since 1895. This is the seventh year in a row that May temperatures have been above normal.
April 2015 was the first month during 2015 with near or above normal temperatures, following a very cold start to the year that lasted from January through March.
Delaware’s March 2015 climate has been characterized by below average temperatures and slightly above average precipitation.