Wisconsin State Climatology Office

WISCONSIN Summer:
Maximum Consecutive Days of 90 degrees or higher

An extended number of days where high temperatures reach readings of 90 degrees Fahrenheit or more could be taxing for many people in Wisconsin. 

The following table lists the maximum number of consecutive days where the temperature at selected stations reached 90 degrees or higher.

Maximum number of consecutive days with temperatures equal to or greater than 90 deg F

 

STATION

Period of record

Number  of consecutive 90 deg days

Start Date

End Date

Ave. number of 90 deg days - Period of record

Eau Claire

1896-1960

20

21 Jul 1941

9 Aug 1941

17

Eau Claire FAA Airport

1949-2010

11

15 Jul 1964

25 Jul 1964

11

Green Bay  (WB city)



1896-1949



8
8
8

30 Jun 1921
7 Jul 1936
22 Jul 1941

7 Jul 1921
14 Jul 1936
29 Jul 1941

9

Green Bay (airport)

  1949-2010

6

25 Jun 1964
25 Aug 1991

30 Jun 1964
30 Aug 1991

6

La Crosse (WB Office)

1896-1952

14

5 Jul 1936

18 Jul 1936

14

La Crosse (WSO Airport)

1943-2010

13

7 Jul 1980

19 Jul 1980

16

Madison (WB City)

1896-1963

15

13 Jul 1901

27 Jul 1901

8

Madison (WSO Airport)

1947-2010

10

25 Aug 1953

3 Sep 1953

14

Milwaukee (WB Office)

1896-1954

10

25 Aug 1953

3 Sep 1953

9

Milwaukee (WSO Airport)

1942-2010

10

25 Aug 1953

3 Sep 1953

10

Rhinelander (Water Wks)

1908-2005

8

7 Jul 1936

10 Jul 2005

14 Jul 1936

17 Jul 2005

5

Wausau    (Old PO)

1896-1960

13

6 Jul 1936

18 Jul 1936

9

Wausau    (Airport)

1940-2010

9

17 Jun 1995

25 Jun 1995

6



Latest revision: 19 July 2011

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