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February 14, 2013

NOAA USA January 2013 – 38 Januaries Were Warmer – Large Chunks of West 6F to 8F colder than Normal

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NOAA finally has the January 2013 USA 48 data out.

January 2013 is ranked 81 out of 119.

38 January’s were warmer.

USA 48 January’s warmer than 2013:  1900,1901,1906,1908,1909,1911,1914,1919,1921,1923,1928,1931,1933,1934,1938,1939,1941,1944,1947,1952,1953,1967,1975,1981,1983,1986,1989,1990,1992,1995,1998,1999,2000,2002,2003,2005,2006,2012

The dark blue is 6F to 8F colder than normal.

These are the 48 states listed from coldest to warmest. Dif is the difference between Jan 2013 and the warmest January.

Utah has the 8th coldest January in its history and it was 15.7F colder than the warmest January in Utah.

Florida is the state with the smallest dif, and even then it was 4.7F colder than the coldest January in Florida.

State Jan_2013 Jan_ranked Warmest_Year Warmest_Temp Dif
Utah 17.4 8 1953 33.1 15.7
Nevada 23.5 9 1953 38.7 15.2
Idaho 18.1 17 2003 32.1 14
Arizona 38.6 22 1986 48.3 9.7
Colorado 20.6 25 1986 31.2 10.6
Oregon 29 26 2003 39.7 10.7
California 42.8 31 2003 50.7 7.9
New Mexico 31.9 32 1911 40.4 8.5
Washington 29.5 38 1994 37.8 8.3
Wyoming 18.7 55 2003 28.3 9.6
Maine 16.1 71 1932 24.5 8.4
Nebraska 25.2 72 1990 32 6.8
Texas 47.7 76 1907 54.2 6.5
Indiana 29.9 77 1933 37.4 7.5
Montana 21.4 78 1986 30.1 8.7
South Dakota 19.5 79 1990 28.5 9
North Dakota 10.7 80 1990 22 11.3
Arkansas 41.7 81 1933 48.1 6.4
Illinois 29.1 81 1933 37.7 8.6
Kentucky 36.6 81 1932 43.3 6.7
Minnesota 11.4 81 1944 21.7 10.3
New Hampshire 20.4 81 1913 27.7 7.3
Wisconsin 17.1 81 1990 24.7 7.6
Louisiana 52.2 84 1907 59.5 7.3
Ohio 30.6 84 2006 38.8 8.2
West Virginia 34.2 86 1937 42.5 8.3
Kansas 32.3 87 1986 38.2 5.9
Pennsylvania 29.5 87 1950 37.2 7.7
Connecticut 28.4 88 1913 35.2 6.8
Mississippi 48.5 89 1937 55.4 6.9
Iowa 21.9 90 1933 30.9 9
Oklahoma 39.7 90 1923 46 6.3
Tennessee 41 90 1937 47.2 6.2
Massachusetts 27.9 91 1932 34.9 7
Michigan 23.3 92 1932 29.6 6.3
Missouri 33.7 93 1933 40.7 7
New York 24.6 93 1933 31 6.4
Maryland 36 94 1932 43.8 7.8
New Jersey 34.1 94 1950 40.8 6.7
Virginia 38.8 94 1932 45.9 7.1
Rhode Island 31.7 95 1937 38 6.3
North Carolina 44.4 96 1937 51.8 7.4
Vermont 20.3 98 1933 27.4 7.1
Alabama 50.1 103 1937 58.2 8.1
Delaware 38.8 103 1932 45.8 7
South Carolina 50.2 107 1950 56.3 6.1
Florida 64.1 109 1974 68.8 4.7
Georgia 52.6 109 1937 58.6 6
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