Wind Run Seasonal Summary (miles)

Note: Data is updated after midnight each day.
Northern Hemisphere Meterological Seasons
Winter: December, January, February
Spring: March, April, May
Summer: June, July, August
Fall: September, October, November

 Daily DetailMonthly SummarySeasonal Summary 
Wind Run
DateWinterSpringSummerFallYear
Dec 2018 / Nov 20197135 1 more than the Winter average.6936 1 more than the Spring average.4594* 165 more than the Summer average.---18665* 2 less than the yearly average.
Dec 2017 / Nov 20186386 290 more than the Winter average.3871 1 less than the Spring average.1296* 3 less than the Summer average.1433* 3 less than the Fall average.12986* 8 less than the yearly average.
Dec 2016 / Nov 20176818 722 more than the Winter average.6358 522 more than the Spring average.4939 511 more than the Summer average.6185 1 more than the Fall average.24300 2 more than the yearly average.
Dec 2015 / Nov 20167214 1 more than the Winter average.6103 267 more than the Spring average.4915 487 more than the Summer average.5755 655 more than the Fall average.23988 2 more than the yearly average.
Dec 2014 / Nov 20157061 964 more than the Winter average.6593 757 more than the Spring average.5100 672 more than the Summer average.5890 790 more than the Fall average.24643 3 more than the yearly average.
Dec 2013 / Nov 20141963* 4 less than the Winter average.5155* 681 less than the Spring average.5726 1 more than the Summer average.6238 1 more than the Fall average.19082* 2 less than the yearly average.
 
Max7214 6936 5726 6238 24643
Avg6096 5836 4428 5100 21461
Min1963 3871 1296 1433 0
 
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* denotes incomplete data for the month/year.

Wind run is a measurement of how much wind has passed a given point in a period of time. A wind blowing at five miles per hour for an entire day (24 hours) would give a wind run of 120 miles for the day.

Script Developed by Murry Conarroe of Wildwood Weather.