Chicago Weather In April In Celsius
The highest recorded temperature for Chicago for the past 47 years in April was 22 degrees Celsius, measured on April 25, 1982, while the mean high temperature is 14. The lowest documented temperature for Chicago for the past 47 years in April was -32 measured on April 18, 1983, and the regular low is 3.
According to National Weather Service historical Chicago April Weather data, on April 23, 1983, the high temperature did not exceed -24 degrees Celsius, the lowest high measured in Chicago in the past 47 years. Weather Service records also indicate that on April 1, 1982, the low temperature for the day was not measured below 14 degrees, the highest low measured in Chicago in the last 47 years.
NWS data indicates that the daily high temperature in Chicago on April First averages 4 degrees Celsius and the high on the last day of April averages 1 degrees. The low recorded temperature in Chicago on April First averages -4 degrees Celsius and the low temperature on the final day of April averages -8 degrees.
Chicago usually receives an average of 9 centimeters of precipitation during the month. The most rain recorded in a single day, as shown by April Chicago Weather data, was 11 centimeters on April 25, 1982. Chicago averages 4 centimeters of snow in April.On April 31, 1978 Chicago received 26 centimeters of rain, the greatest snowfall measured in a single day in April.