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Climate Normals by ZIP Code
  • The high, low and average temperature by ZIP Code.
  • The amount of cooling (CDD) and heating (HDD) required.
  • Every month and day
  • The amount of rain by month and day.
  • Enter a 5-digit ZIP Code.
  • Based on the 1971 to 2000 normals.
Climate Averages for October in ZIP Code 65669

Weather Station GALENA 1 SW, MO Elevation 1100 Feet
DayHigh
Temp
Average
Temp
Low
Temp
CDDHDDRain
(Inches)
1 76 63 50 2 40.13
2 76 63 50 2 40.12
3 75 62 49 2 50.12
4 75 62 49 2 50.12
5 75 62 48 1 50.11
6 75 61 48 1 50.11
7 74 61 48 1 50.11
8 74 61 47 1 60.10
9 74 60 47 1 60.10
10 73 60 46 1 60.10
11 73 59 46 1 60.10
12 73 59 46 1 70.10
13 72 59 45 0 70.10
14 72 58 45 0 70.10
15 72 58 44 0 70.10
16 71 57 44 0 80.10
17 71 57 43 0 80.10
18 70 57 43 0 80.10
19 70 56 43 0 90.10
20 70 56 42 0 90.10
21 69 56 42 0 90.10
22 69 55 42 0 100.10
23 68 55 41 0 100.10
24 68 54 41 0 110.10
25 67 54 40 0 110.11
26 67 53 40 0 110.11
27 66 53 40 0 120.11
28 66 53 39 0 120.12
29 65 52 39 0 130.12
30 65 52 39 0 130.12
31 64 51 38 0 140.13
   Cooling degree days (CCD) are a measure of how much cooling is required during the day.
   Heating degree days (HDD) are a measure of how much heating is required during the day.



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