Tag: 10 through 7

Top Ten Weather Events of 2018 – 10 through 7

December 27, 2018 0 Comments
Top Ten Weather Events of 2018 – 10 through 7

Before getting into the next weather events in the 2018 top ten list, you might want to check the honorable mentions from yesterday’s blog. 10. A wild week of weather in October. On October 9th we had a record rainfall of 1.72 inches in Wausau (on the next day there was an additional 0.60 inches). […]

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Top Ten For 2017 – 10 Through 7

December 27, 2017 0 Comments
Top Ten For 2017 – 10 Through 7

This week I am counting down the top 10 weather events of 2017 in Northcentral Wisconsin. Today I will profile numbers 10 down to 7. If you want to check out the honorable mentions, click here for yesterday’s blog post. #10 “Cold” and wet weather in late June Judging by the number of complaints I […]

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Top ten for 2016 – 10 through 7

December 28, 2016 0 Comments
Top ten for 2016 – 10 through 7

Check out yesterday’s blog entry for the honorable mentions in weather for 2016. Now on to numbers 10 through 7 on our year-end list of weather events. 10. A wet and warm March. After two very cold months of March in 2013 and 2014, it finally turned out a little better in 2015 and this […]

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Top Ten Weather Events 2015 (10 through 7)

December 29, 2015 0 Comments
Top Ten Weather Events 2015 (10 through 7)

Check yesterday’s blog post to find out which weather events did not quite make the top ten list but were interesting none-the-less. Now we are getting into the heart of the matter. 10. Starting the top ten list is the cold and snow in early January. It was a significant blast of winter. It had […]

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2013 Top Weather Events, 10 through 7

December 27, 2013 0 Comments
2013 Top Weather Events, 10 through 7

And now it is on to the top ten weather events of 2013. Check out the list of “honorable mentions” for top weather events of the year in Northcentral Wisconsin in yesterday’s blog post. 10. To being the list is another heat wave. Yesterday I mentioned the heat waves in late April and late August, […]

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