Bellis Blog: Labor Day Statistics
CHICAGO (FOX 32 News) - Since Labor Day does not fall on the same day every year, there is no average high or low. However, the most frequent range of high temperatures on Labor Day is between 70 and 79 degrees.
Last Labor Day was a high of 83.
The most frequent range of low temperatures on Labor Day is between 60 and 69 degrees. Last Labor Day was a low of 70.
The warmest Labor Day on record occurred in 1954 when the mercury topped out at 97 degrees.
The coldest Labor Day in terms of high temperatures occurred in 1974 when the mercury topped out at only 61 degrees.
The wettest Labor Day occurred in 1912 in which 1.49” of rain fell.
The forecast for this Labor Day calls for warm and muggy conditions with highs in the mid to upper 80s. There is a cold front on the way so rain chances will be increasing especially late in the day and evening hours.
Here’s a look at precipitation totals Saturday afternoon through Labor Day Afternoon
Here’s look at precipitation totals Labor afternoon through next Wednesday afternoon