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Philadelphia Weather Data

 

What was the weather like in Philadelphia? These tables of historical weather data offer a look back in weathertime.

The weather data on this page were recorded at The Franklin Institute, which has been an observing site for the National Weather Service since 1993. We also have available the official weather data for Philadelphia, which goes all the way back to 1872.

All temperatures are recorded in degrees Fahrenheit. "Max" equals the high temperature, while "min" equals the low temperature. "Liquid" refers to rain plus melted snow and is measured in inches. "Snow" and "depth" refer to snowfall and measured snow depth in inches. "T" stands for "trace," which means that precipitation did occur but was too little to be measured. To a meteorologist, "trace" means less than one-hundreth of an inch for liquid precipitation, and less than one-tenth of an inch for snow.

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2009
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2008
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2004
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2002
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2001
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2000
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1999
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1998
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For more Philadelphia area weather data, try the National Weather Service in Mount Holly, New Jersey, the Pennsylvania State Climatologist, the New Jersey State Climatologist, or the Delaware State Climatologist.

 
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