Jacksonville - Temperature Averages by Decade





Summarized here are the temperatures extending over eight decades at Jacksonville, Florida. Listed for every decade from the 1940s to the 2010s are averages for maximum and minimum daily temperatures in degrees Fahrenheit and Celsius. That's followed with information on the number of hot and cold days.

Each decade covers a standard 10-year range. For instance the 1990s includes weather measurements from Jan 1, 1990 to Dec 31, 1999. Data are missing for the year 1940. All the temperature data were collected at Jacksonville International Airport.

High Temperature for Each Decade

Average daily maximum temperature at Jacksonville
High °F Decade High °C
80.3 2010s 26.8
79.1 2000s 26.2
79.6 1990s 26.4
79.3 1980s 26.3
78.9 1970s 26.1
78.8 1960s 26.0
79.9 1950s 26.6
79.6 1940s 26.5

Low Temperature for Each Decade

Average daily minimum temperature at Jacksonville
Low °F Decade Low °C
58.7 2010s 14.8
57.6 2000s 14.2
58.6 1990s 14.8
57.3 1980s 14.0
57.2 1970s 14.0
58.9 1960s 14.9
59.6 1950s 15.3
59.5 1940s 15.3

Hot Days per Decade

Total days per year on average when the temperature in Jacksonville reached at least 70 or 90 °F
Decade 70 °F
21 °C
90 °F
32 °C
2010s 298 88
2000s 291 72
1990s 291 82
1980s 289 85
1970s 292 69
1960s 282 76
1950s 289 96
1940s 293 86

Cold Days per Decade

Total days per year on average when the temperature in Jacksonville dropped to 32 °F or lower
Decade 32 °F
0 °C
2010s 14
2000s 17
1990s 12
1980s 21
1970s 21
1960s 12
1950s 12
1940s 10
Reference

Jay Lawrimore, Ron Ray, Scott Applequist, Bryant Korzeniewski, Matthew Menne. 2016. Global Summary of the Year, Version 1.0. NOAA National Centers for Environmental Information.

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