Montgomery County received over two inches of rainfall on Wednesday morning. On James H. McGee Blvd. in Dayton, this car deals with the massive puddles. MARSHALL GORBY/STAFF
Photo: Staff Writer
Photo: Staff Writer

Here are the area’s 3 most recent weather records

This year’s weather continues to churn out record-setting days.

While Monday was the first day of the year to top 90 degrees, the high of 91 didn’t surpass the 1894 record June 12 high of 97 degrees. 

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These are the three most recent daily weather records set at Dayton International Airport, according to the National Weather Service: 

Record rain: Wednesday’s 2.68 inches of rain shattered the June 14 record of 1.29 inches set in 1996, according to a preliminary data. Some areas in Warren County reported up to 3 inches. Flood advisories were issued for Greene, Miami, Montgomery, Preble and Warren counties throughout the morning.

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Warm minimum: On May 18, the low temperature dipped to 69 degrees, setting a record for the highest low temperature on that date. The previous record of 66 degrees came in 1969.

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April shower: Another daily rainfall record was set on April 28, when 1.51 inches fell, breaking a 1958 record of 1.26 inches. 

Earlier this year, Dayton saw a number of records for high maximum and minimum temperatures and a winter with less snow than usual. 

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