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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 March in ZIP Code 65669

Weather Station GALENA 1 SW, MO Elevation 1100 Feet
DayHigh
Temp
Average
Temp
Low
Temp
CDDHDDRain
(Inches)
1 54 42 29 0 230.11
2 54 42 29 0 230.11
3 55 42 30 0 230.11
4 55 43 30 0 220.12
5 55 43 31 0 220.12
6 56 43 31 0 220.12
7 56 44 31 0 210.12
8 56 44 32 0 210.12
9 57 44 32 0 210.12
10 57 45 32 0 200.13
11 57 45 33 0 200.13
12 58 45 33 0 200.13
13 58 46 33 0 190.13
14 59 46 34 0 190.13
15 59 46 34 0 190.13
16 59 47 34 0 180.13
17 60 47 34 0 180.14
18 60 47 35 0 180.14
19 60 48 35 0 170.14
20 61 48 35 0 170.14
21 61 48 36 0 170.14
22 61 49 36 0 170.14
23 62 49 36 0 160.14
24 62 49 36 0 160.14
25 62 50 37 0 160.14
26 63 50 37 0 150.14
27 63 50 37 0 150.14
28 63 50 38 0 150.14
29 64 51 38 0 140.14
30 64 51 38 0 140.14
31 64 51 38 0 140.14
   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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