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).
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