2014 Boise Weather Stats


2014 was the 5th warmest year on record, and the 11th highest yearly precipitation total at ‪Boise since records began in 1877.  There were 28 days in July that were above 90°F, including seven days above 100°F.  The 30-year average for days above 90 °F is 16.  August precipitation was below normal, while locations south and east of Boise saw record August precipitation, especially at Twin Falls and Jerome. October was the second-warmest on record, thanks to 18 days of 70°F or higher (30-year average is 10 days).  Even though November was 4.2°F below normal, there was still a daily record high of 65°F set on Thanksgiving, 3 daily record low temperatures set, the daily precipitation record for November (1.15″, 11/1) and the greatest 2-day snowfall (7.6″, 11/13-14).  The coldest temperatures of 2014 came on November 15th, when the mercury plunged to 1°F, while temperatures nine days earlier reached 69°F (November 6th).