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Weather Almanac For May 14th

Here's a look at normal and record temperatures, sunrise and sunset times, and past weather events for May 14th.

Weather Almanac For 5/14

This Day In Weather History

1961 - A tornado injured 8 people as it tracked from Quincy to Macomb.  Another tornado destroyed several buildings in Sangamon County as it moved from New Berlin to near Pleasant Plains.

1980 - A late-season, 3-day snowstorm produced a total of 7.3 inches of snow in Springfield, with 6.1 of those inches falling on this date.

1985 - Northward moving storms formed in Dewitt County and produced a 73 mph wind gust at the Bloomington Airport.  In Wenona (Marshall County), wind up to 100 mph destroyed several barns and farm buildings.  2 inch diameter hail was reported in LaSalle County along with 60 mph winds.  In the town of Medota, nearly every building in town sustained some damage

1994 - Heavy rain from the 11th rose central Illinois rivers to record breakign levels.  The Vermilion River at Danville reached 31.6 feet, nearly 14 feet above flood stage, setting a new record.  Damage to the water treatment plant was estimated at $10 million.


Temperature Information


Averages
Records

High
Low
High
Low
Champaign-Urbana735191 (1987)28 (1895)
Danville745191 (1987)34 (1920)
Decatur755293 (1987)25 (1895)
Effingham745291 (1962)39 (2000)
Springfield745291 (1936)35 (1920)

Sunrise/Sunset For 2014


Sunrise
Sunset
Champaign-Urbana5:38 AM8:01 PM
Danville5:36 AM7:58 PM
Decatur5:42 AM8:03 PM
Effingham5:42 AM8:00 PM
Springfield5:45 AM8:06 PM


Some information gathered from the National Weather Service and other government agencies. Data for averages are based on 1981 to 2010 averages. Record highs are based on different times of record. Here are when records stared for each observation point: Danville; 1895, Decatur; 1893, Effingham; 1951, Springfield; 1879, Urbana; 1888.
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