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Melbourne, Florida Weather, Forecast, Temperature and Precipitation

Melbourne, Florida Weather, Forecast, Temperature and Precipitation Statistics


2012 Weather Summary Melbourne, FL Florida United States
Weather Index 326 371 100
Hail Index 39 28 100
Hurricane Index 529 538 100
Tornado Index 146 246 100
Wind Index 55 52 100
 
Annual Maximum Avg. Temperature 83 °F 81 °F N/A
Annual Minimum Avg. Temperature 62 °F 61 °F N/A
Annual Avg. Temperature 72.3 °F 70.9 °F N/A
Percent of Possible Sunshine 64 64 N/A
Mean Sky Cover (Sunrise to Sunset - Out of 10) 6 6 N/A
Mean Number of Days Clear (Out of 365 Days) 90 97 N/A
Mean Number of Days Rain (Out of 365 Days) 116 115 N/A
Mean Number of Days Snow (Out of 365 Days) 0 0 N/A
Avg. Annual Precipitation (Total Inches) 48" 55" N/A
Avg. Annual Snowfall (Total Inches) 0" 0" N/A
2012 Average Monthly Low Temperature Melbourne, FL Florida United States
Avg. Annual Low Temperature 62 °F 61 °F N/A
Avg. January Low Temperature 51.75 °F 47.37 °F N/A
Avg. February Low Temperature 53.33 °F 49.12 °F N/A
Avg. March Low Temperature 57.38 °F 53.78 °F N/A
Avg. April Low Temperature 61.86 °F 58.21 °F N/A
Avg. May Low Temperature 67.59 °F 64.18 °F N/A
Avg. June Low Temperature 71.74 °F 70 °F N/A
Avg. July Low Temperature 73.09 °F 71.69 °F N/A
Avg. August Low Temperature 73.65 °F 71.87 °F N/A
Avg. September Low Temperature 73.26 °F 70.3 °F N/A
Avg. October Low Temperature 68.27 °F 63.09 °F N/A
Avg. November Low Temperature 60.46 °F 54.72 °F N/A
Avg. December Low Temperature 53.85 °F 48.83 °F N/A
2012 Average Monthly High Temperature Melbourne, FL Florida United States
Avg. Annual High Temperature 83 °F 81 °F N/A
Avg. January High Temperature 71.1 °F 70.95 °F N/A
Avg. February High Temperature 72.63 °F 72.81 °F N/A
Avg. March High Temperature 76.42 °F 77.72 °F N/A
Avg. April High Temperature 79.88 °F 82.67 °F N/A
Avg. May High Temperature 84.25 °F 87.87 °F N/A
Avg. June High Temperature 87.46 °F 90.39 °F N/A
Avg. July High Temperature 89.1 °F 91.18 °F N/A
Avg. August High Temperature 89.02 °F 91.26 °F N/A
Avg. September High Temperature 87.24 °F 89.6 °F N/A
Avg. October High Temperature 82.65 °F 84.22 °F N/A
Avg. November High Temperature 77.05 °F 77.54 °F N/A
Avg. December High Temperature 72.41 °F 72.16 °F N/A
2012 Average Monthly Precipitation Melbourne, FL Florida United States
Avg. Annual Precipitation 48" 55" N/A
Avg. January Precipitation 2.56" 3.38" N/A
Avg. February Precipitation 2.49" 3.17" N/A
Avg. March Precipitation 3.16" 4.11" N/A
Avg. April Precipitation 2.06" 2.49" N/A
Avg. May Precipitation 4.09" 3.59" N/A
Avg. June Precipitation 6.04" 7.07" N/A
Avg. July Precipitation 5.54" 7.58" N/A
Avg. August Precipitation 5.9" 7.62" N/A
Avg. September Precipitation 6.66" 6.69" N/A
Avg. October Precipitation 5.1" 2.5" N/A
Avg. November Precipitation 3.34" 2.36" N/A
Avg. December Precipitation 2.25" 2.56" N/A

Annual Heating Degree Days (HDD): A form of Degree Day used to estimate energy requirements for heating. Typically, heating degree days are calculated as how much colder the mean temperature at a location is than 65°F on a given day. For example, if a location experiences a mean temperature of 55°F on a certain day, there were 10 HDD that day because 65 - 55 = 10, according to the National Weather Service.

Annual Cooling Degree Days (CDD): A form of Degree Day used to estimate energy requirements for air conditioning or refrigeration. Typically, cooling degree days are calculated as how much warmer the mean temperature at a location is than 65°F on a given day. For example, if a location experiences a mean temperature of 75°F on a certain day, there were 10 CDD that day because 75 - 65 = 10, according to the National Weather Service.

Mean Sky Cover: Reflects the approximate amount that the sky is covered with clouds, sunrise to sunset on a scale of 0 to 10.

Index score: (100 = National Average) for an area is compared to the national average of 100. A score of 200 indicates twice the national average, while 50 indicates half the national average. Note: A higher Weather Index score represents better overall weather (higher number good). A higher Hail, Hurricane or Tornado Index means the chance of that weather event is higher (higher number bad).

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