Past IEM Features tagged: yearly
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The featured chart is the yearly difference between the number of days with a high temperature above average versus below for Ames. Negative numbers represent having more days below average than above. 1932 has the largest positive value while 1993 the lowest. For our recent decade, 2008 was the only year with a considerable number of more days below average. The number thus far for 2009 is a mere -4. Our weather is expected to creep above average later this week.
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