Columbus (WCMH) – It is hard to believe, but after the warmest April on record ever, we have really stumbled out of the gate in May.
In fact, this week looks a bit less cold than last week, but we could be on a 2 week (14 days) streak or more of below normal temperatures here in Central Ohio.
Below is a listing of the average temperature difference from normal to start this month:
May 1st was the only above normal day this month, so far.
If this forecast holds, our 14 day losing streak (below normal temps) would be our largest all year:
Below is a list of the longest below normal streaks each month.
If we make it to 14 days or more, this would be the longest streak since Winter of 2015:
Below is a list of the longest streaks of below normal days in each month (numbers is parenthesis is a streak covering 2 months)
If we keep up this current streak and run it out to 14 days, it will be the longest streak since February 10, 2015 – March 8, 2015, when we had 27 straight days of below normal temps.
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