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Mono Lake Climate Summary

1950-1986 at the Mono Inn

 

AVERAGE TEMPS

RECORD TEMPS

DATE

HIGH LOW HIGH LOW
January 41 19 61 -20
February 45 22 68 2
March 52 26 72 5
April 57 28 80 10
May 68 37 87 16
June 77 43 95 25
July 84 49 97 35
August 83 48 95 32
September 75 42 91 18
October 66 34 84 8
November 52 27 73 7
December 42 21 66 -4
         
  LIQUID (IN) SNOWFALL (IN)
DATE AVG MAX AVG MAX
January 1.64 8.38 9.96 47.50
February 1.50 12.68 9.52 45.00
March 1.15 3.67 8.21 31.00
April 0.49 1.97 2.28 16.00
May 0.40 2.16 0.46 6.00
June 0.26 1.55 0.11 3.00
July 0.50 2.02 0.00 0.00
August 0.35 1.61 0.00 0.00
September 0.54 2.88 0.00 0.00
October 0.53 1.97 0.37 7.00
November 2.00 8.01 7.30 34.00
December 2.52 16.69 12.72 50.00
Yearly 11.88   50.93  
This data was compiled from records taken at the Mono Inn (near County Park, Mono Lake) from 1950 to 1986. The record during these years is not complete: some years are missing and others have months, weeks, or days without data. Inches of liquid precipitation includes melted snow.

This data was recorded by Jack Preston (from 1950-1986) and was compiled by the Mono Lake Committee in 1996. This is a monthly summary; data for individual days of the year are also available. For more information, contact: Mono Lake Committee, P.O. Box 29, Lee Vining, CA 93541, (760) 647-6595

ChartObject SNOWFALL

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Includes Melted Snow 

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