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SUMMARY OF CLIMATOLOGICAL DATA 


FEBRUARY 2008



  • NWS SEEKS YOUR INPUT!    The National Weather Service is currently soliciting public comments regarding a proposed restructuring of some winter weather advisories and warning products. Details are located with a click here.


  • SKYWARN TRAINING FOR WAKEFIELD, VIRGINIA AREA    - Michael Montefusco and the NWS AKQ staff will be conducting advanced and basic skywarn training sessions . To view the available classes and schedules, as well as to register by email or phone, visit http://www.erh.noaa.gov/er/akq/spotterinfo/skywarn.htm#Training


  • SKYWARN TRAINING FOR NORTHERN VIRGINIA    - Kevin Shaw of ACON MD/DE/DC sends this reminder for those of you in the far northern reaches of our area. SKYWARN classes are an excellent opportunity to get severe/significant weather training on reporting those important events to the NWS from your town/neighborhood/backyard. Check out http://www.erh.noaa.gov/lwx/skywarn/classes.html for the latest SKYWARN class schedule. Some future classes include : Basics 1 classes in Towson (MD) on March 11 and Germantown (MD) on May 12. The Loudon County Emergency Center in Leesburg VA will host a Flood class on April 1 and a Tropical Weather class on June 3. So check them out when you get the chance if you want some good basic training!


  • VOLUNTEERS ACROSS NATION TO TRACK CLIMATE CLUES IN SPRING FLOWERS    - Check out this interesting release from UCAR/NCAR here.


  • STEAM RISES AS MOUNT ST. HELENS STIRS - from KXAS in Dallas - Kevin also notes that "the old girl may be coming out of hibernation!" The link: http://www.nbc5i.com/slideshow/15084220/detail.html?taf=dfw.


  • THE WEATHER CHANNEL PLANS FOR HDTV - Our ACON associate Kevin Shaw tells us... if you're a weather Channel fan or a TV engineering junkie you may be interested to hear about TWCs plans to go fully high-definition. Here's a trade industry podcast explaining what they are planning: http://www.broadcastingcable.com/contents/media/TechTalk_013108.mp3


  • DROUGHT MONITOR    http://www.drought.unl.edu/dm/monitor.html    More information on drought can be found at NOAA's Drought Information Center http://www.drought.noaa.gov/
  • REMINDER All National Weather Service station data listed herein is preliminary and may be subject to change.  The data has not been certified and cannot be used in legal actions.  Only reports certified by the National Climatic Data Center in Asheville, NC can be used for these purposes.

  • ACON VA/NC/SC Member Station Extremes - FEBRUARY 2008
    State
    Maximum Temperature
    Minimum
    Temperature
    Warmest
    Average
    Temperature
    Coldest
    Average
    Temperature
    Maximum
    Precipitation
    Minimum
    Precipitation
    Virginia
    79°
    Hampton
    Mechanicsville

    New Market
    47.7°
    Norfolk (FHC)
    36.4°
    New Market
    4.17"
    Arlington
    1.69"
    Charlottesville
    North Carolina
    82°
    New Bern
    17°
    Charlotte
    52.1°
    Wilmington
    42.5°
    Asheville
    6.95"
    Cape Hatteras
    2.60"
    Greensboro
    South Carolina
    82
    Columbia
    19°
    Greenville-Spartanburg
    55.2°
    Charleston
    46.9°
    Anderson
    4.21"
    Florence
    2.72"
    Charleston


    ( For an explanation of column headers in the following tables,
    please note the column denotations table below. )


    TEMPERATURE / WINDS/ ELEMENTS

    VIRGINIA STN 2008 A B C C1 D E F G H I J K K1 L M N N1 N2 O P Q R R1 S CWA
    Annandale ANN JAN 45.03 28.97 37.00 2.60 72.00 7,8 10 21 0 2 23 0 63.0% 37 270 30 0 0 1 2 0 2400 LWX
    FEB 47.86 29.07 38.47 1.30 73.00 18 14 11 0 2 20 0 65.8% 44 293 10 0 0 3 2 1
    Arlington DCA JAN 47.60 32.40 40.00 5.10 73.00 8 18 21 0 1 15 0 53.0% 40 330 2 8.5 0 0 1 0 2 2400 LWX
    FEB 49.60 32.40 41.00 2.90 74.00 18 16 11 0 1 16 0 59.0% 52 280 10 8.6 2 0 0 2 2
    Blacksburg BCB JAN 42.40 22.30 32.30 1.40 66.00 7 6 21 0 6 28 0 64.0% 39 290 30 5.9 0 0 3 1 2 2400 RNK
    FEB 48.30 27.00 37.70 4.20 69.00 5 13 11 0 3 22 0 67.0% 54 280 10 6.8 1 0 0 1 3
    Bridgewater BRI JAN 44.20 26.60 35.40 4.40 69.00 8 8 21 0 5 25 0 50.1% 0 0 0 0 0 1610 LWX
    FEB 47.14 32.14 39.64 5.74 72.00 5 16 28 0 0 20 0 57.4% 0 0 0 0 0
    Centreville CEN JAN 44.60 28.10 36.40 4.90 71.00 7 8 21 0 2 23 0 59.0% 41 320 2 3.9 360 1 0 0 1 5 2400 LWX
    FEB 47.00 29.40 38.20 4.30 71.00 6 14 11 0 2 17 0 62.0% 43 329 10 3.4 360 0 0 0 0 4
    Chantilly CHT JAN 45.00 28.40 35.20 3.50 73.10 7 7.5 21 0 2 22 0 64.0% 27 203 9 1.0 360 0 0 0 1 3 2400 LWX
    FEB 47.50 29.00 38.30 3.50 72.50 6 15.3 11 0 2 20 0 71.0% 23 158 6 1.4 360 0 0 3 1 3
    Charlottesville CHO JAN 45.90 26.00 36.00 72.00 7 8 21 0 2 26 0 58.0% 35 200 8 4.6 0 0 0 1 2 2400 LWX
    FEB 49.20 29.10 39.20 75.00 5 13 11 0 1 20 0 54 290 10 4.5 0 0 0 4 5
    Chesterfield CTR JAN 49.50 27.60 38.80 2.40 72.70 7 9.5 21 0 0 21 0 64.9% 25 248 11 0.9 225 0 0 0 0 0 2400 AKQ
    FEB 55.20 33.10 44.30 4.80 72.40 6 18.0 28 0 0 15 0 62.0% 30 225|270 6|10 1.2 225 0 0 0 2 0
    Danville DAN JAN 50.40 28.60 39.50 2.90 74.00 7 11 21 0 0 22 0 58.0% 33 310 2 6.6 0 0 1 1 1 2400 RNK
    FEB 55.60 33.60 44.60 4.90 73.00 5 18 28 0 0 15 0 61.0% 55 290 10 8.1 0 0 0 1 1
    Dulles IAD JAN 44.40 26.50 35.50 3.80 71.00 7 7 21 0 2 25 0 59.0% 43 280 30 6.9 1 0 1 0 3 2400 LWX
    FEB 46.70 27.90 37.30 2.50 71.00 6 14 11 0 2 24 0 62.0% 58 260 10 7.5 0 0 0 1 4
    Falls Church FCH JAN 45.60 30.90 38.30 73.00 8 12 20 0 2 20 0 47 30 0 0 0 2 2 2400 LWX
    FEB 48.60 31.60 40.10 74.00 6 16 11 0 1 20 0 48 10 0 0 3 2 0
    Hampton HAM JAN 48.00 32.00 40.00 0.02 73.00 8,11 19 4,20 0 0 15 0 30.0% 42 270 30 13.0 360 0 0 0 0 0 2400 AKQ
    FEB 55.00 36.00 46.00 4.40 79.00 6 23 11 0 0 8 0 20.0% 52 270 10 12.0 270 1 0 0 0 1
    Herndon HDV JAN 44.80 26.90 35.90 1.00 71.00 7,8 7 21 0 2 24 0 60.1% 26 225 8 0 0 0 0 1 2400 LWX
    FEB 46.80 28.00 37.40 0.20 72.00 6 13 11 0 2 24 0 61.2% 24 180 6 360 0 0 3 1 2
    Ladysmith LDY JAN 45.90 29.20 37.60 1.60 69.00 7 12 21 0 2 21 0 51.0% 0 0 1 0 1 2400 AKQ
    FEB 49.90 31.80 40.90 2.40 73.00 6 18 11 0 0 16 0 54.0% 0 0 1 1 1
    Lynchburg LYH JAN 45.60 25.50 35.60 1.10 71.00 7 9 21 0 3 24 0 60.0% 35 270 1 5.7 0 0 0 1 2 2400 RNK
    FEB 50.00 29.60 39.80 2.00 75.00 5 15 28 0 2 19 0 63.0% 49 250 10 6.4 0 0 1 3 3
    Mechanicsville MEC JAN 50.90 30.51 40.48 73.00 7 10 21 0 2 20 0 0 0 0 2 0 1700 AKQ
    FEB 54.17 32.37 43.58 79.00 6 17 11 0 0 15 0 37.6% 0 0 0 1 0
    New Market NEW JAN 44.29 22.23 33.25 69.00 7 4 21 0 4 25 0 69.8% 38 225 30 19.09 225 0 1 2400 LWX
    FEB 47.10 25.72 36.41 -0.03 74.00 5 9 21 0 2 25 0 75.9% 56 10 21.21 180 0 0 5 1 1
    Newport News NPN JAN 49.70 31.40 40.50 72.00 9 16 4,21 0 0 19 0 32 270 30 0 0 0 1 0 2400 AKQ
      FEB 56.30 34.70 45.50 78.00 6 21 11 0 0 12 0 41 225 10 1 0 0 3 1    
    Norfolk FHC JAN 50.52 35.28 42.90 3.00 72.00 8 23.3 21 0 0 12 0 66.0% 38 220 11 4.0 0 0 0 0 0 2400 AKQ
    FEB 56.64 38.76 47.70 5.70 79.00 6 26.0 11 0 0 6 0 68.0% 48 270 10 5.0 0 0 0 0 0
    Norfolk NOR JAN 50.70 33.30 42.00 2.10 73.00 8 20 4,22 0 2 17 0 0 0 0 0 2400 AKQ
    FEB 56.70 36.40 46.60 5.00 80.00 6 25 11 0 0 9 0 0 0 0 0
    Norfolk ORF JAN 50.30 34.10 42.20 2.10 74.00 8 20 4 0 1 14 0 64.0% 40 230, 280, 220 11,15,30 8.9 0 0 0 0 0 2400 AKQ
    FEB 56.60 36.90 46.70 4.70 80.00 6 26 28,29 0 0 6 0 64.0% 48 200 6 9.5 0 0 0 0 0
    Portsmouth POR JAN 50.60 33.50 42.10 1.60 72.00 8 19 4 0 2 17 0 68.4% 38 248 30 6.1 0 0 0 0 0 2400 AKQ
    FEB 56.80 36.80 46.80 4.10 79.00 6 25 11,28 0 0 8 0 70.1% 52 248 10 6.6 2 0 0 3 0
    Richmond RIC JAN 49.80 30.30 40.10 3.70 74.00 7 12 21 0 0 20 0 59.0% 44 240 11 7.9 0 0 2 0 1 2400 AKQ
    FEB 54.40 32.60 43.50 4.00 79.00 6 17 11 0 0 17 0 60.0% 63 290 10 8.7 0 0 4 2 3
    Roanoke ROA JAN 46.80 28.20 37.50 1.70 72.00 7 11 21 0 2 22 0 53.0% 46 280 30 7.4 0 0 1 1 1 2400 RNK
    FEB 51.40 31.80 41.60 2.50 74.00 5 18 11 0 0 15 0 56.0% 67 280 10 8.4 0 0 1 3 1
    Wakefield AKQ JAN 49.50 28.10 38.80 73.00 7 13 20 0 2 23 0 2400 AKQ
      FEB 56.80 31.90 44.40 78.00 6 17 11 0 0 17 0    
    Wallops Island WAL JAN 46.90 29.30 38.10 2.10 70.00 9 10 21 0 4 20 0 46 310 30 8.4 0 0 0 0 2 2400 AKQ
    FEB 51.30 32.00 41.60 3.90 77.00 6 17 11 0 1 17 0 46 210 18 9.1 0 0 0 1 1
    Washington (VA) WSH JAN 42.80 26.30 34.50 0.37 67.00 7 8.7 21 0 4 24 0 63.0% 34 45 30 1.7 360 0 0 1 1 0 2400 AKQ
    FEB 45.90 27.30 36.60 0.19 66.80 6 12.3 11 0 2 23 0 67.0% 31 158 19 1.7 180 0 0 4 0 0
    Woodstock WOO JAN 45.20 28.00 36.60 1.00 70.00 8 9.0 21 0 5 20 0 0 0 0 0 2 800 LWX
    FEB 45.80 28.20 37.00 -0.10 67.00 6 12.0 11 0 3 22 0 1 0 0 0 4
    NORTH CAROLINA STN 2008 A B C C1 D E F G H I J K K1 L M N N1 N2 O P Q R R1 S CWA
    Asheville AVL JAN 46.70 26.00 36.40 0.60 67.00 7 9 21 0 3 24 0 65.0% 43 340 2 8.3 0 0 2 3 4 2400 GSP
    FEB 54.30 30.70 42.50 3.50 73.00 5 19 28 0 1 20 0 66.0% 45 290 10 8.3 1 0 1 1 3
    Beaufort MRH JAN 54.90 37.50 46.20 72.00 8 21 4 0 0 12 0 36 320 3 8.3 0 0 0 0 2 2400 MHX
    FEB 60.50 42.60 51.60 69.00 1,17 29 29 0 0 3 0 48 180 180 13 9.7 0 0 0 0 3
    Cape Hatteras HSE JAN 53.00 40.00 46.50 0.40 70.00 10 23 25 0 0 7 0 74.0% 40 250 30 8.0 0 0 0 0 1 2400 MHX
    FEB 57.40 42.80 50.10 3.30 64.00 18,22 28 29 0 0 3 0 51 180 13 9.5 0 0 0 0 3
    Charlotte CLT JAN 50.40 30.70 40.60 -1.10 72.00 9 15 25 0 0 19 0 61.0% 31 330 2 6.3 0 0 0 2 8 2400 GSP
    FEB 58.20 35.20 46.70 1.50 74.00 5 17 28 0 0 11 0 61.0% 45 300 10 6.8 2 0 0 1 3
    Elizabeth City ECG JAN 52.40 31.90 42.20 -0.20 73.00 8 16 4,21 0 0 17 0 66.0% 39 280 30 9.3 1 0 0 1 5 2400 AKQ
    FEB 58.50 36.90 47.70 3.00 79.00 6 22 29 0 0 7 0 66.0% 53 300 18 10.1 1 0 0 0 1
    Fayetteville FAY JAN 53.30 33.80 43.60 75.00 8 17 4 0 0 14 0 60.0% 30 330 , 250 2,30 7.4 1 0 0 0 4 2400 RAH
    FEB 62.70 38.20 50.50 81.00 6 25 28 0 0 6 0 60.0% 38 240 6 8.8 2 0 0 0 3
    Greensboro GSO JAN 49.00 30.50 39.70 2.00 71.00 9 16 21 0 1 21 0 54.0% 37 280 2 7.6 0 0 1 1 6 2400 RAH
    FEB 55.60 34.60 45.10 3.90 74.00 5 20 28 0 0 12 0 57.0% 53 260 10 8.8 1 0 0 2 3
    Hickory HKY JAN 48.50 28.90 38.70 -0.30 69.00 9 13 25 0 1 23 0 36 210 9 5.1 0 0 1 1 9 2400 GSP
    FEB 55.20 33.30 44.30 2.00 75.00 5 21 28 0 0 12 0 45 290 10 5.7 0 0 0 0 9
    Lumberton LBT JAN 53.30 33.40 43.30 1.20 75.00 8 16 4 0 0 14 0 33 290 2 5.8 1 0 0 1 7 2400 ILM
    FEB 62.40 38.60 50.50 5.50 80.00 6 25 28 0 0 6 0 39 250 26 7.1 3 0 0 0 4
    New Bern EWN JAN 54.80 33.50 44.20 -0.10 75.00 8 15 4 0 0 14 0 70.0% 38 220 30 5.9 0 0 0 2 10 2400 MHX
    FEB 63.00 37.70 50.40 3.50 82.00 6 23 29 0 0 8 0 49 180 13 7.7 0 0 0 0 8
    Raleigh RAL JAN 51.40 28.80 40.10 0.40 71.00 7,8 11 21 0 0 20 0 29 16 0 0 1 0 1 1900 RAH
    FEB 59.20 33.10 46.20 3.20 76.00 6 20 28 0 0 14 0 36 10 2 0 0 0 1
    Raleigh Airport RDU JAN 51.40 31.70 41.50 1.80 73.00 8,9 15 21 0 0 17 0 58.0% 38 220 11 6.5 0 0 1 1 1 2400 RAH
    FEB 59.40 36.10 47.80 4.80 77.00 6 22 28 0 0 11 0 61.0% 47 260 10 7.9 1 0 3 1 3
    Roxboro ROX JAN 49.00 29.60 39.30 3.00 72.00 7 11 21 0 0 8 0 62.3% 37 360 2 180 0 0 1 1 1 2200 RAH
    FEB 56.30 33.80 45.10 5.90 74.00 6 19 28 0 0 15 0 30.4% 42 270 10 270 0 0 0 2 1 2200 RAH
    Sunset Beach SSB JAN
    Wilimington ILM JAN 56.60 35.50 46.00 -0.10 76.00 9 16 4 0 0 13 0 70.0% 39 200 30 6.5 1 0 2 0 5 2400 ILM
    FEB 63.60 40.60 52.10 79.00 5 27 29 0 0 5 0 67.0% 51 210 18 8.5 1 0 0 0 3
    SOUTH CAROLINA STN 2008 A B C C1 D E F G H I J K K1 L M N N1 N2 O P Q R R1 S CWA
    Anderson AND JAN 51.40 30.90 41.20 -0.50 70.00 9 13 3 0 0 15 0 40 250 11 6.8 2 0 1 0 4 2400 GSP
    FEB 58.70 35.20 46.90 1.50 69.00 5,16 21 14 0 0 9 0 38 270 19 7.8 3 0 0 0 4
    Charleston CHS JAN 59.50 38.30 48.90 1.00 79.00 10 19 4 0 0 9 0 37 280 1 7.8 0 0 0 0 3 2400 CHS
    FEB 67.70 42.80 55.20 4.50 79.00 5 28 28 0 0 3 0 39 200 1,6 8.8 1 0 0 0 3
    Columbia CAE JAN 55.00 34.20 44.60 0.00 71.00 10 16 4 0 0 13 0 63.0% 37 280 2 5.8 1 0 1 0 3 2400 CAE
    FEB 66.60 40.40 53.50 5.60 82.00 5 22 26 0 0 6 0 56.0% 43 250 19 7.5 2 0 0 0 3
    Florence FLO JAN 54.40 35.00 44.70 -0.30 76.00 8 16 4 0 0 13 0 36 200 30 6.3 0 0 0 0 7 2400 ILM
    FEB 63.50 39.30 51.40 81.00 6 24 28 0 0 6 0 45 270 26 7.7 2 0 0 0 5
    Greenville-Spartanburg GSP JAN 51.50 32.40 42.00 1.20 73.00 9 18 3,21 0 0 16 0 59.0% 32 270 1 7.3 2 0 1 1 8 2400 GSP
    FEB 59.70 35.90 47.80 3.40 73.00 5 19 28 0 0 8 0 57.0% 39 310 10 7.8 1 0 0 0 1
    North Myrtle Beach CRE JAN 55.00 36.30 45.60 -1.20 73.00 9 16 4 0 0 12 0 33 350 2 5.5 2 0 0 0 5 2400 ILIM
    FEB 61.00 41.60 51.30 70.00 5,7 26 28 0 0 2 0 43 220 18 7.6 2 0 0 0 7
    Orangeburg OGB JAN 55.80 35.30 45.50 78.00 10 18 4 0 0 12 0 36 290 1 5.9 0 0 0 0 5 2400 CAE
    FEB 66.20 39.90 53.00 81.00 5 24 28 0 0 6 0 38 290 6 7.5 2 0 0 0 8
    NEARBY STN 2008 A B C C1 D E F G H I J K K1 L M N N1 N2 O P Q R R1 S CWA
    Davis, West Virginia DAV JAN 30.70 16.20 23.50 59.00 9 -5 21 0 19 27 4 2400 PBZ
    FEB 36.30 17.10 26.70 58.00 6 -5 11,12 0 7 26 4
    Tri-Cities, Tennessee TRI JAN 45.30 23.70 34.50 0.30 71.00 8 8 3 0 3 25 0 41 260 30 4.6 0 0 2 2 5 2400 MHX
    FEB 51.90 29.80 40.80 2.80 71.00 5 17 11,14 0 0 25 0 47 240 1 5.7 2 1 0 0 4

    (Please note the column denotations table below.)
    PRECIPITATION / BAROMETRIC PRESSURE

    VIRGINIA STN 2008 T T1 U U1 V V1 W X Y Z 1 2 3 4 5 6 6A 7 7A 8 S
    Annandale ANN JAN 1.52 -1.80 0.84 17 0.84 17-18 9 0 1.52 3.0 17 4 1 3.0 7.0 30.850 21 29.450 30 30.160 2400
    FEB 3.91 0.93 1.76 1 1.76 1 10 2 5.43 0.6 20 5 0 0.6 7.6 30.540 29 29.320 26 30.020
    Arlington DCA JAN 1.37 -1.84 0.75 17 0.75 17 7 0 1.37 1.3 17 5 1 1.3 3.9 29.470 30 2400
    FEB 4.17 1.54 2.05 1 2.05 1 9 2 5.54 1.0 20 4 1 1.0 4.9 30.560 29 29.320 26
    Blacksburg BCB JAN 1.42 -1.95 0.74 17 0.74 17 10 0 1.42 6.7 17 11 1 7.6 8.4 2400
    FEB 1.86 -1.16 0.72 1 0.72 1 13 0 3.28 0.2 28 8 0 0.3 8.7
    Bridgewataer BRI JAN 0.76 -1.46 0.58 17 0.58 17 4 0 0.76 1 1 5.3 6.0 30.590 3,4,8 29.720 11 1610
    FEB 2.55 0.36 0.85 13 0.90 13-14 8 0 3.31 0 0 0.0 6.3 30.400 29 29.590 27
    Centreville CEN JAN 1.59 -1.93 0.76 18 0.76 18 9 0 1.59 3.5 18 2 1 3.6 6.7 30.800 21 29.450 30 30.130 2400
    FEB 2.89 -0.04 1.54 1 1.51 1 12 1 4.48 T 3 0 T 6.7 30.490 21 29.340 26 29.920
    Chantilly CHT JAN 1.34 -1.71 0.74 16 0.74 16 7 0 1.34 5.3 17 2 1 5.3 7.9 30.724 3 29.478 30 30.220 2400
    FEB 2.86 0.09 1.52 1 1.52 1 10 1 4.20 T 20,21,22 3 0 T 7.9 30.497 21 29.361 26 30.030
    Charlottesville CHO JAN 0.48 0.34 17 0.34 17 6 0 0.48 29.470 30 2400
    FEB 1.69 0.90 1 0.90 1 6 0 2.17 29.320 26
    Chesterfield CTR JAN 0.92 -3.31 0.60 17 0.60 17 5 0 0.92 0.8 19 2 0 0.8 0.8 30.850 21 29.550 30 30.173 2400
    FEB 2.24 -1.05 1.63 1 1.63 1 7 0 3.16 0.0 0.0 0.8 30.540 29 29.350 26 30.024
    Danville DAN JAN 0.79 -3.24 0.49 17 0.49 17 6 0 0.79 0.1 19 5 0 0.1 T 30.830 21 29.550 30 2400
    FEB 2.24 -1.17 1.00 1 1.00 1 11 1 3.03 3.8 13 3 1 3.8 3.8 30.500 29 29.380 26
    Dulles IAD JAN 1.26 -1.79 0.69 17 0.69 17 7 0 1.26 4.0 17 7 1 4.0 6.5 29.470 30 2400
    FEB 2.68 -0.09 1.44 1 1.44 1 11 1 3.94 T 20,21,22 3 0 T 6.5 30.540 29 29.310 26
    Falls Church FCH JAN 0.96 0.33 13 0.33 13 7 0 0.96 2.5 17 1 1 2.5 2.5 2400
    FEB 3.01 1.08 1 1.08 1 7 1 3.97 0.1 20 1 0 0.1 2.6
    Hampton JAN 1.79 -1.74 0.97 17 0.97 17 7 0 1.79 T 1 0 T T 30.830 3 29.610 11 30.170 2400
    FEB 2.55 -0.74 0.96 13 0.96 13 8 0 4.34 T T T 30.560 29.370 30.050
    Herndon HDV JAN 1.36 -1.83 0.71 17 9 0 1.36 5.0 17 1 1 5.0 8.1 30.840 21 29.410 30 2400
    FEB 3.29 0.44 1.66 1 11 2 4.65 0.2 20 3 0 0.2 8.3 30.520 29 29.290 26
    Ladysmith LDY JAN 0.93 -2.50 0.55 17 0.55 17 5 0 0.93 1.5 17 2 1 1.5 1.5 30.860 21 29.530 30 30.180 2400
    FEB 1.89 -1.01 1.52 1 1.52 1 6 1 2.82 T 20 1 0 T 1.5 30.560 29 29.350 26 30.040
    Lynchburg LYH JAN 1.27 -2.27 0.59 10 0.78 10,11 8 0 1.27 2.0 17 3 1 2.0 2.1 30.830 21 29.530 30 2400
    FEB 1.95 -1.15 0.83 1 0.83 1 9 0 3.22 T 13,21 2 0 T 2.1 30.520 29 29.370 26
    Mechanicsville MEC JAN 1.05 0.40 17 0.62 17-18 10 0 1.05 1.8 20 2 1 2.0 2.5 30.530 21 29.500 11 1700
    FEB 3.54 2.63 1 2.63 1 7 1 4.59 T 14,20 2 0 T 2.5 30.180 21 29.050 27
    New Market NEW JAN 0.67 -2.00 0.30 17 0.67 5.0 17 5.3 6.3 30.940 21 29.820 30 2400
    FEB 2.21 0.00 0.88 1 2.88 0.3 13 0.3 6.6 30.700 1 29.740 26,27
    Newport News NPN JAN 1.73 0.96 17 0.96 17 8 0 1.73 1.5 19 2 1 1.6 1.6 30.850 21 29.580 30 2400
      FEB 3.67 1.56 13 1.59 12-13 10 2 5.40 0.7 14 3 0 0.7 2.3 30.550 29 29.360 26  
    Norfolk FHC JAN 1.19 -2.76 0.45 17 0.45 17 8 0 1.19 0.1 20 4 0 0.1 0.1 30.817 21 29.588 30 30.156 2400
    FEB 3.27 -0.07 1.21 13 1.27 13-14 9 1 4.46 0.1 14 5 0 0.1 0.2 30.529 29 29.353 26 30.019
    Norfolk NOR JAN 1.43 -2.52 0.55 17 0.55 17 9 0 1.43 0.1 20 4 0 0.1 0.1 2400
    FEB 3.64 0.19 1.22 13 1.27 13-14 8 1 5.07 0.2 14 5 0 0.2 0.3
    Norfolk ORF JAN 1.36 -2.57 0.60 17 0.60 17 8 0 1.36 T 2,15,19,20 4 0 T T 30.840 21 29.570 30 2400
    FEB 3.41 0.07 1.17 13 1.26 13-14 8 1 4.77 0.2 14 3 0 0.2 0.2 30.550 29 29.360 26
    Portsmouth POR JAN 1.20 -2.53 0.42 17 0.44 19-20 8 0 1.20 0.1 19,20 4 0 0.2 0.2 30.830 21 29.590 30 30.167 2400
    FEB 3.37 0.19 1.09 13 1.17 13-14 10 1 4.57 0.2 14 2 0 0.2 0.4 30.550 29 29.350 13 30.027
    Richmond RIC JAN 0.96 -2.59 0.60 17 0.60 17 8 0 0.96 0.8 19 5 0 0.8 0.8 30.870 21 29.550 30 2400
    FEB 3.41 0.43 2.56 1 2.56 1 7 1 4.37 T 14,20,21,22,27 5 0 T 0.8 30.560 29 29.360 26
    Roanoke ROA JAN 0.96 -2.27 0.60 17 0.60 17 5 0 0.96 4.0 17 7 1 4.0 4.9 30.840 21 29.510 30 2400
    FEB 1.86 -1.22 0.93 1 0.93 1 12 0 2.82 T 13,28,29 3 0 T 4.9 30.500 29 29.380 26
    Wakefield AKQ JAN 1.47 0.79 17 0.79 17 7 0 1.47 1.5 19 5 1 1.5 1.5 2400
      FEB 3.49 1.52 1 1.52 1 11 2 4.96 0.5 14 6 0 0.5 2.0 2400
    Wallops Island WAL JAN 1.70 -1.51 1.09 17 1.11 17-18 13 1 1.70 2.2 19 6 1 3.2 3.2 30.830 21 29.560 30 2400
    FEB 3.34 0.32 1.45 13 1.47 13-14 9 1 5.04 0.7 14 3 0 0.7 3.9 30.580 29 29.330 26
    Washington (VA) WSH JAN 1.12 -2.74 0.54 17 0.54 17 7 0 1.12 5.0 17 5 1 5.5 7.8 30.790 21 29.480 30 2400
    FEB 3.45 0.80 1.37 1 1.37 1 12 1 4.57 0.3 24 6 0 0.4 8.2 30.510 29 29.350 26
    Woodstock WOO JAN 1.48 -1.11 0.56 10,11 8 0 1.48 3.8 18 5 1 3.9 6.2 30.700 3 29.800 11 800
    FEB 1.93 -0.12 0.51 31-1 17 0 3.41 1.0 20 6 1 1.5 7.7 30.560 21 29.770 27
    NORTH CAROLINA STN 2008 T T1 U U1 V V1 W X Y Z 1 2 3 4 5 6 6A 7 7A 8 S
    Asheville AVL JAN 2.56 -1.50 0.64 10 0.99 10,11 11 0 2.56 1.5 16,17 6 2 3.7 3.8 30.770 3 29.560 30 2400
    FEB 3.79 -0.04 1.21 1 1.21 1 10 2 6.35 T 1,27,28 3 0 T T 30.430 29 29.420 26 2400
    Beaufort MRH JAN 1.67 0.46 17 0.43 17 8 0 1.63 0.0 0 0 0.0 0.0 29.780 30 2400
    FEB 3.90 1.15 18 1.17 17-18 8 2 5.57 0.0 0 0 0.0 0.0 29.450 26
    Cape Hatteras HSE JAN 3.12 -2.72 0.69 19 0.82 19-20 12 0 3.12 T 3 1 0 T T 29.780 30 2400
    FEB 6.95 3.01 3.03 18 3.03 18 7 2 10.07 0.0 0 0 0.0 T 29.450 26
    Charlotte CLT JAN 1.84 -2.16 0.85 17 0.85 17 9 0 1.84 1.4 17 3 1 1.4 1.4 30.820 21 29.620 30 2400
    FEB 2.76 -0.79 1.21 1 1.21 1 9 1 4.60 0.0 0 0 0.0 1.4 30.490 29 29.440 26
    Elizabeth City ECG JAN 0.51 -4.07 0.13 17,19 0.15 22-23 5 0 0.51 T 19,20 2 0 T T 30.840 21 29.550 30 2400
    FEB 3.12 0.02 1.09 13 10.90 13 8 1 3.63 T 14 1 0 T T 30.600 29 29.320 26
    Fayetteville FAY JAN 1.60 0.62 19 0.62 19 7 0 1.60 29.580 30 2400
    FEB 3.70 1.26 18 1.26 18 9 1 5.30 0.0 0 0 0.0 0.0 29.420 26
    Greensboro GSO JAN 0.95 -2.59 0.56 17 0.56 17 6 0 0.95 0.8 19 2 0 1.5 1.5 29.580 30 2400
    FEB 2.65 -0.45 1.10 1 1.10 1 9 1 3.60 2.5 13 1 1 2.5 4.0 29.420 26
    Hickory HKY JAN 1.11 -3.12 0.67 17 0.67 17 11 0 1.11 3.0 17 3 1 3.0 30.780 21 29.540 30 2400
    FEB 3.56 -0.31 1.38 1 1.38 1 9 1 4.67 0.0 0 0 0.0 0.0 30.440 29 29.410 26
    Lumberton LBT JAN 1.34 -2.95 0.77 19 0.77 18-19 6 0 1.34 30.810 4 29.700 30 2400
    FEB 4.54 1.17 2.28 18 2.29 17-18 9 1 5.88 30.530 29 29.460 26
    New Bern EWN JAN 2.60 -2.17 0.88 19 0.92 19-20 10 0 2.60 0.0 0 0 0.0 0.0 29.780 30 2400
    FEB 3.29 -0.50 1.24 13 1.24 13 9 1 5.89 0.0 0 0 0.0 0.0 29.450 26
    Raleigh RAL JAN 1.18 -2.84 0.60 16-17 6 0 1.18 0.5 20 1 0 0.5 0.5 30.890 21 29.770 11 1900
    FEB 3.56 0.09 0.85 12,13 6 0 4.74 0.0 0.0 0.5 30.430 21 29.460 26
    Raleigh Airport RDU JAN 1.26 -2.76 0.55 17 0.55 17 5 0 1.26 0.5 19 4 0 0.5 0.5 29.580 30 2400
    FEB 3.16 -0.31 0.92 13 1.10 12,13 11 0 4.42 T 13,14,21 3 0 T 0.5 29.420 26
    Roxboro ROX JAN 1.08 -2.56 0.66 17 0.66 17 6 0 1.08 2.0 19 1 1.0 2.3 30.800 21 29.580 30 30.170 2200
    FEB 2.86 -0.64 1.00 1 1.00 1 9 1 3.94 3.0 14 1 1 3.0 5.3 30.490 29 29.380 26 30.030 2200
    Sunset Beach SSB JAN
    FEB
    Wilmington ILM JAN 3.24 -1.28 1.13 17 1.14 19-20 12 1 3.24 T 16,19,20 3 0 T T 30.820 21 29.770 30 2400
    FEB 3.93 0.27 0.97 13 1.31 21-22 8 0 7.17 0.0 0 0 0.0 T 30.560 29 29.500 26
    SOUTH CAROLINA STN 2008 T T1 U U1 V V1 W X Y Z 1 2 3 4 5 6 6A 7 7A 8 S
    Anderson AND JAN 2.24 -2.34 0.36 11,17 0.58 16-17 10 0 2.24 1.5 16 4 1 1.5 1.5 30.790 21 29.640 30 2400
    FEB 3.68 -0.47 1.01 1 1.01 1 9 1 5.92 T 29 1 0 T 1.5 30.460 29 29.490 26
    Charleston CHS JAN 3.07 -1.01 1.22 19 1.35 16-17 9 2 3.07 0.0 0 0 0.0 0.0 30.780 21 29.810 30 2400
    FEB 2.72 -0.36 1.00 18 1.00 18 9 1 5.79 0.0 0 0 0.0 0.0 30.530 29 29.550 26
    Columbia CAE JAN 3.19 -1.47 0.87 17 0.97 16-17 9 0 3.19 0.3 16 1 0 0.3 0.3 30.820 21 29.700 30 2400
    FEB 3.69 -0.15 0.73 18 1.01 21-22 10 0 6.88 0.0 0 0 0.0 0.3 29.500 26
    Florence FLO JAN 2.72 -1.37 1.28 19 1.28 19 9 1 2.72 30.830 21 29.720 30 2400
    FEB 4.21 1.19 1.52 18 1.57 17-18 10 1 6.93 30.530 29 29.460 26
    Greenville-Spartanburg GSP JAN 2.28 -2.13 0.63 17 0.80 16-17 9 0 2.28 2.0 16 4 2 3.1 3.1 30.450 31 30.160 31 2400
    FEB 3.83 0.41 1.33 1 1.33 1 9 1 6.11 T 27 1 0 T 3.1 30.450 29 29.440 26
    North Myrtle Beach CRE JAN 3.54 -0.12 1.07 17 1.16 16-17 11 1 3.54 30.810 21 29.790 30 2400
    FEB 4.13 0.63 0.93 13 1.44 12,13 10 0 7.67 30.550 29 29.510 26
    Orangeburg OGB JAN 2.58 1.18 19 1.18 19 11 1 2.58 30.810 21 29.760 30 2400
    FEB 3.63 1.36 18 1.43 17-18 11 1 6.21 30.530 29 29.530 26
    SOUTH CAROLINA STN 2008 T T1 U U1 V V1 W X Y Z 1 2 3 4 5 6 6A 7 7A 8 S
    Davis, West Virginia DAV JAN 7.21 1.09 11 21 2 7.21 9.5 2 19 10 52.2 86.2 2400
    FEB 6.23 0.83 27 26 0 13.44 11.1 28 22 12 44.0 130.2
    Tri-Cities, Tennessee TRI JAN 3.45 -0.07 1.72 10 2.46 10,11 11 1 3.45 2.5 17 8 1 3.8 2.6 30.870 3 29.500 30 2400
    FEB 3.63 0.23 0.93 4 1.06 3,4 11 0 7.08 0.5 28 5 0 1.0 3.6 30.410 11 29.430 26 2400

    VIRGINIA

    Annandale - " February was above average in temperature and precipitation. The February total precipitation was 3.91 inches, which made it the fifth wettest February in the past 28 years. Two days had more than one inch of precipitation on the first and thirteenth and both were precipitation records for the date. The month had ten days with measurable precipitation and a precipitation departure of +0.93 inches. The mean monthly temperature for February was 38.5 F which was the highest since 2002 making it the twelfth warmest February in the past 28 years with a +1.3 F departure in temperature. The maximum temperature for the month was 73 F on the 18th the highest in February since 2002 and the warmest February day since February 25th 2000. Only five times in the past 28 years has February had a higher maximum temperature. February had 20 days with the temperature at or below freezing with 19 days being the average and 26 being the record. February had only 2 days that the temperature never went above freezing with 2.7 days being the average and 9 being the record set in 1996. The lowest minimum in February was 14 F which was recorded on the 11th and the highest minimum in February was 56 F on the 6th which was the third highest in the past 28 years and the is 60 F. The 36 F temperature range on February the 18th was the highest in February since 1999 when 37 F was recorded; the maximum for the 28 year period is 39 F. Also the 60.4 F dew point recorded on the 6th at 2254 was the highest ever recorded in the month of February. (Records since 2003) February had only 0.6 inches of snow the least since 2004 when 0.1 inches was recorded. Only six of the past 28 Februarys have had less. February was also the cloudiest February since 2003. The maximum gust of 44 mph from the WNW on the 10th at 1548 was associated with a cold front. The maximum barometric pressure was 30.54 inches on the 29th the highest in February since 2005 and the lowest pressure was 29.32 inches on the 26th. WINTER SEASON 2007-2008 This was the 13th driest winter in the past 28 years. 8.93 inches total seasonal precipitation, the average is 9.46 inches Departure of -0.53 inches 2002-03 Maximum is 15.74 inches (28-Years of Data) 2001-02 Minimum is 3.63 inches This was the 10th warmest winter in the past 28 years. 38.2 F seasonal mean temperature, the average is 36.5 Departure of + 1.7 F 2001-02 Maximum is 41.8 F (28-Years of Data) 1993-94 Minimum is 31.7 F This was the 7th least snowfall DEC.-FEB. past 28 years. Total snowfall was 7.6 inches the least since 2001-02. The average is 17.5 inches; the max. is 48.8 inches in 1995-96.There were 10 daily records set. February DAILY Records Tied or Broken- (28-Years of records): 2 HIGH temperature: Feb. 6, 7; 1 LOW maximum temperature record: Feb. 20; 1 HIGH minimum temperature: Feb. 6; 1 LOW minimum temperature: Feb. 21; 1 HIGH range temperature: Feb. 18; 1 LOW range temperature: Feb. 13; 2 HIGH precipitation: Feb. 1, 13; 1 HIGH snowfall record: Feb. 20. - [ + + ] report from Lowell

    Arlington "February continued the pattern of above normal temperatures. Ten of the last twelve months had above normal temperatures. The last month of below normal temperatures was in April of 2007. Precipitation averaged above normal but snowfall averaged well below normal... -4.2 inches. Only one inch of snow fell for the entire month and all of this occurred on the 20th. It was the least snowiest month since February 2004. There were no other days with measurable snowfall...but a trace of snow was recorded on three other days. There were two significant ice storms that occurred. One was on the 12th and the other was on the 22nd. For the period of meteorological winter...Dec 1st 2007- Feb 28th 2008...the 3-monthly average temperature was 40.9 which is +3.4 above the normal. Snowfall was -8.0 inches below normal...with a 3-month total of 4.9 inches compared to the normal of 12.9 inches. " - [ + + ] notes from NWS LWX in Sterling

    Bridgewater - "The temperature for the month was 5.74 degrees above normal. The precipitation was .36 inches above normal. There was no measurable snow for February. My cutoff date for any measurable snow is April 15. I haven't experience any snow after this date. March usually produces one or two measurable snows. Once in a great while, a snow will occur during the first part of April. The month was rather boring! " - [ + + ] report from Clayton

    Chantilly - " A mild and snowless February. The average temperature ended up 3.5 above normal, just like January. A record high temp occurred on the 6th (72.5). A trace of snow fell on the 20th through the 22nd. We were 6.2" below average, with only a trace for the entire month. Total snowfall for the season was only 7.9". Dense fog was observed on the 1st, 5th and 18th. A trace of sleet fell with the snow on the 12th. Freezing rain fell on the 12th (0.19"), 13th (0.13") and 22nd (0.17"). Onward to Spring. The flowers are already coming up. Sorry, snow lovers. Maybe next year?!? " - [ + + ] Russ reports

    Dulles "February continued the pattern of above normal temperatures. Eleven of the last twelve months had above normal temperatures. The last month of below normal temperatures was in April of 2007. Precipitation averaged slightly below normal and there was no measurable snowfall for the entire month. This has only occurred six other times since 1962. There were trace amounts of snow on the 20th 21st and 22nd. There were two significant ice storms that occurred. One was on the 12th and the other was on the 22nd." - [ + - ] report from NWS Sterling LWX

    Falls Church " February 2008 was both above average in rainfall and temperature but below normal in snowfall. A record high was set on the 6th when the mercury soared to 74. The wind storm on the 10th brought my peak gust for the month at 48 mph and I lost power for 4.5 hours as a result of tree damage at the power substation down the street." - [ -/+ - ] notes from Windie

    Herndon " February was nearly normal in temperature, and above normal in precipitation. the precipitation fell on and off the entire month. the greatest event came on the 1st day of the month when we received 1.66 inches of rain with some freezing rain mixed in. the second greatest amount came on the 12/13th when we received 1.10 inches of rain with some sleet and freezing rain mixed again. we had one more freezing rain event on the 22nd. we also had some light snow on the 20th and 21st when we received about 0.2 inches of snow. the total preceip for the month was 3.29 inches which is almost a half inch above normal. for the year we have 4.65 inches which is still over an inch below normal. as for the temperatures, both the average high and low were less than 1 degree from normal. but, the month was hardly this normal we roller coastered up and down with warm periods centered on the 5th and 18th when we hit the 70s and colder periods centered on 11/12th and the end of the month when lows fell into the teens." - [ +/- + ] report from Randy

    Ladysmith "February temperatures finished above normal, marking the 8th out of the last 10 months with above normal temperatures. Precipitation finished below normal for the 13th time in the last 15 months, and only a trace of snow was a real disappointment in what is historically our snowiest month.." - [+ -] report from Danny

    NORTH CAROLINA

    Greensboro " Climate records for the month of February 2008... 5th... record high of 74 degrees...broke the previous record of 72 set in 1991. 6th... record high of 69 degrees...broke the previous record of 66 set in 1976. 6th... record high min of 60 degrees...broke the previous record of 52 set in 1991. 18th...tied record high of 71...previous set in 1948. The February 2008 North Carolina Weather Review is located here: (http://www.erh.noaa.gov/rah/ncsummaries/MonthlySummary.Feb.2008.doc) [when available]. [ + - ] notes from NWS Raleigh RAH

    Raleigh-Durham RDU "Except for the coastal areas. precipitation remained below normal in February 2008. Extreme to exceptional drought conditions persisted and temperatures were well above normal. There were several significant rain events that occurred across North Carolina during February, after one of the driest January's on record. The February precipitation totals were generally between 2 and 3 inches across the northwest, ranging to between 4 and 6 inches over the southeast and Outer Banks. These totals were generally less than an inch below normal, except 1 to 3 inches above normal along the coast. Raleigh-Durham totaled 3.16 inches (0.31 inches below normal). Greensboro totaled 2.65 inches in February (0.45 inches below normal). There were a few locations that reported above normal rainfall totals for February. These locations were confined to the coastal sites including: Elizabeth City, Cape Hatteras, and Wilmington. Cape Hatteras tallied a record February rainfall of 6.95 inches. February 2008 temperatures were much above normal across North Carolina. The statewide monthly temperatures generally ranged between 3 and 5 degrees above the 30 year statistical normal. Raleigh-Durham averaged 48.0 degrees for February 2008, which was 5.0 degrees above normal. Daily record high temperatures of 76 and 77 degrees were set on the 5th and 6th respectively. Greensboro averaged 45.3 degrees in February, which was 4.1 degrees above normal. Daily record high temperatures of 74, 69, and 71 degrees were set on the 5th, 6th, and 18th respectively. 5th...record high of 76 degrees...broke the old record of 74 set in 1991. 6th...record high of 77 degrees...broke the old record of 70 set in 1999. 6th...record high minimum of 61 degrees...broke the old record of 52 set in 1991. The February 2008 North Carolina Weather Review is located here: (http://www.erh.noaa.gov/rah/ncsummaries/MonthlySummary.Feb.2008.doc) [when available]. " - [ + - ] notes from NWS Raleigh RAH.

    Raleigh RAL Bob reports: " Extreme drought conditions continued for central North Carolina. Precipitation for February was 0.09" above normal, but still 2.75" below normal for the year. Even though thunder was observed on two days, there was no severe weather observed. The snow drought continues with no snow observed during February and only 0.50" of snow for the season. " - [ + + ]

    NEARBY CITIES

    Tri-Cities (TN) " Tri-Cities received 3.63 inches of precipitation in February, which was 0.23 inches above normal. It ranked in the middle one-third of the 72 years of observations taken in February at Tri-Cities. Measurable precipitation occurred on only 11 days, and only six of those days had more than one-quarter of an inch of precipitation, but two days had more than one-half of an inch of precipitation. The heaviest precipitation fell on the 4th, when 0.93 inches was reported. The wettest February at Tri-Cities was back in 1994, when 7.75 inches was recorded. The monthly-averaged temperature at Tri-Cities was 40.8 degrees, which was 2.8 degrees above normal. It ranked in the middle one-third of observations taken in February at Tri-Cities. One daily temperature record was broken on the 5th when the afternoon high temperature peaked at 71 degrees, shattering the old record of 65 degrees set in 1986. The warmest February at Tri-Cities was back in 1938, when the average temperature was 47.7 degrees. BELOW-NORMAL PRECIPITATION THIS WINTER: Tri-Cities received a total of 10.15 inches of precipitation in winter, which was only 0.16 inches below normal. It ranked in the middle one-third of observations taken in winter at Tri-Cities. The driest winter at Tri-Cities was back in 1940/41, when only 4.54 inches was recorded. ABOVE-NORMAL TEMPERATURES THIS WINTER: The seasonally-averaged temperature at Tri-Cities in winter was 39.3 degrees, which was 2.8 degrees above normal. It ranked as the 21st warmest winter on record at Tri-Cities. The warmest winter at Tri-Cities was back in 1949/50, when the average temperature was 45.1 degrees. " - [ + + ] notes from NWS Morristown, TN MRX



    COLUMN DENOTATIONS:

    A  maximum mean temperature T total precipitation (inches)
    T1 departure from normal
    B  minimum mean temperature U maximum calendar day precipitation (inches)
    C  monthly mean temperature
    C1 departure from normal
    U1 date of maximum calendar day precipitation
    D  maximum temperature V date(s) of maximum daily precipitation
    E  date(s) of maximum temperature V1 maximum 24-hour precip. & date(s)
    F  minimum temperature W number of days with precip. >= .01"
    G  date(s) of minimum temperature  X number of days with precip. >= 1.0"
    H  days with maximum temperature >=90 Y year-to-date precipitation (inches)
    I  days with maximum temperature <=32 Z maximum calendar day snowfall (inches)
    J  days with minimum temperature <=32 VRB Variable
    K  days with minimum temperature <= 0 1 date of maximum calendar day snowfall (inches)
    K1 average relative humidity 2 number of days with snowfall
    L  peak wind gust (miles per hour)  3 number of days with snowfall >= 1.0"
    M  direction of peak wind gust 4  total snowfall for month (inches)
    N  date(s) of peak wind gust  5 total snowfall for 2007-2008 season (inches)
    N1   average wind speed (miles per hour) 6 maximum barometric pressure (inches)
    N2 dominant wind direction 6A date of maximum barometric pressure
    O  number of days with thunder  7 minimum barometric pressure (inches)
    P  number of days with hail 7A date of minimum barometric pressure
    Q  number of days with glaze 8   average sea-level pressure
    R  number of days with ice pellets STN  Station
      NR not recorded
    R1 number of days with dense fog [1/4 mile and less visibility] (i) incomplete data
    S  local observation time for temps/precipitation (M) missing, if listed in data table
     ~ "about" E estimated
     +  additional indeterminate number of days CWA - NWS Office County Warning Area


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      ROK   Roanoke, VA 6SW Wendell Prillaman  4/76 wlprillaman@cox.net
    ANN    Annandale, VA 1 3/4 ENE - Lowell Koontz  8/31/79  wwkoontz@verizon.net AKQ    Wakefield, VA NWS Wakefield Municipal Airport 36-58-53N 077-00-04W 33M
    DCA    Arlington, VA Washington, DC, Reagan Washington National Airport 38-50-54N 077-02-03W 18M WSH   Washington, VA  David Yowell runamok@runamok.com
    BCB    Blacksburg, VA NWS Virginia Tech Airport 37-13N 080-25W   
    BRI     Bridgewater, VA Clayton Towers Ctowers@rica.net WOO  Woodstock, VA 5NW Lauck Walton - 12/1/85 jwalton@shentel.net
    CEN  Centreville, VA Paul Bassett 1985, 38 50.9788' N LAT. 77 25.6374' W LON. | Elevation 324' | m.psb@verizon.net LDY Ladysmith, VA Danny Jessee 2003 danny@dannyjessee.com
       WAL   Wallops Island, VA 37 56'26" N 75 27'47" W Wallops Flight Facility Airport
    CHO   Charlottesville, VA  Charlottesville-Albemarle Airport ASOS  (Rappahannock County) 38-08-18N 078-27-21W 192M AVL    Asheville, NC  Asheville Regional Airport 35-25-55N 082-32-15W 670M
      MRH    Beaufort, NC  Michael J. Field Airport 34-44-01N 076-39-38W 3M
    DAN  Danville, VA, Danville Regional Airport, 36-34-22N 079-20-10W 175M  CLT    Charlotte, NC NWS Charlotte/Douglas International Airpot 35-12-48N 080-56-55W 220M
    IAD   Dulles - Washington-Dulles International Airport  38-56-05N 077-26-51W 93M  SSB    Sunset Beach, NC   33.9 N 78.5 W  Tom Myers
    FCH    Falls Church, VA Erica Page - 3/7/94 Windie1970@aol.com HKY  Hickory, NC 
    HAM    Hampton, VA 5NE Dave Kessel 1989 davidkessel@cox.net ECG  Elizabeth City, NC,  Coast Guard Air Station 36-15-47N 076-10-58W 11M
    CTR  Winterpock in Chesterfield County, VA Albert Arnold 06/03 FAY  Fayetteville, NC Fayetteville Regional Airport, 34-59-22N 078-52-48W 55M
      GSO   Greensboro, NC NWS Piedmont Triad International Airport 36-05-51N 079-56-37W 275M
    CHT   Chantilly, VA Russ Topping -  12/2006  russ.topping@gmail.com - new location December 2006 HSE    Cape Hatteras, NC  Mitchell Field 35-13-56N 075-27-21W 3M
    HDV    Herndon, VA  Randoplh W. Ashby, 3.3 SM South, Lat: 38.922127, Lon: -77.38015, Elev: 390'. Randolph_Ashby@Raytheon.com LBT    Lumberton, NC  Lumberton Municipal Airport 34-36-26N 079-03-36W 37M
       EWN    New Bern, NC  Craven County Regional Airport 36-04-03N 077-02-50W 3M
    LXI     Lexington, VA  Scott M. Lancey, -  06/96 weather@midatlanticwx.com RAL    Raleigh, NC 7NNW  Bob Woodson -  6/1/93 kf4mmm@qsl.net
    LKU     Louisa, VA 1N Joseph Bowers 1944 - NWS ID  44-5050-02jmbiii@earthlink.net RDU   Raleigh-Durham, NC Raleigh-Durham International Airport 35-52-14N 078-47-11W 130M
    LOU     Louisa, VA 6S John Bullock (about 1970) INACTIVE 1/1/02 - MEMBER DECEASED FALL 2004 ROX    Roxboro, NC 2SE Merriell A. Jay 1/93
    LYH     Lynchburg, VA NWS Lynchburg Regional Airport 37-19-15N 079-12-24W 295M ILM     Wilmington, NC NWS New Hanover International Airport 34-16-06N 077-54-22W 9M
    NEW    Newmarket, VA 2W Joyce Winfree joywood@shentel.net CHS   Charleston, SC NWS Charleston Air Force Base 32-53-56N 080-02-26W 13M
    NPN     Newport News, VA 7N Gary Leonard -  6/91 GaryMLeonard@aol.com CAE    Columbia, SC NWS Columbia Metropolitan Airport 33-56-31N 081-07-05W 73M 
    NOR     Norfolk, VA 3NE Jim Fentress 6/1/77 FLO    Florence, SC Florence Regional Airport 34-11-16N 079-43-51W 44M
    ORF     Norfolk, VA 5NE 36-54-13N 076-11-31W 14M  1871 GSP   Greenville-Spartanburg, SC NWS Greenville-Spartanburg Airport 34-53-02N 082-13-15W 286M 
    POR     Portsmouth, VA 36.81° North 76.33° West 3S Bill Trotter -  7/1/76 wxr@cox.net CRE    North Myrtle Beach, SC Grand Strand Airport 33-48-42N 078-43-26W 10M
    MEC     Mechanicsville, VA Glen Martin 11/19/91 OGB   Orangeburg, SC  Orangeburg Municipal Airport 33-27-50N 080-51-13W 59M
    FHC    Norfolk, VA  Fred Heutte Center 36° 54'N 76° 16'W 01/01/03 fhcgarden@cox.net AND   Anderson, SC 
    RIC     Richmond, VA Richmond International Airport 37-30-40N 077-19-24W 50M TRI     Tri-cities, TN  (Bristol / Johnson / Kingsport), Tri-City Regional Airport 36-28-47N 082-23-56W 474M 
    ROA    Roanoke, VA Roanoke Regional Airport 37-19-01N 079-58-27W 362M DAV  Davis, WV Dave Lesher canaanwx@canaantv.tv