Changeability is the amount that the weather changes
day-to-day. For temperatures, it's the difference (in number of degrees) between each day. Greater
day-to-day degree differences means more changeable weather. For precipitation, it's the percentage
of time that the next day is different than today &endash; i.e., a rainy day followed by a dray day
or a dry day followed by a rainy day. A higher percentage means that precipitation and dry days
alternate more frequently, thus the weather changes more.
You can find the full high temperature changeability rankings here, the full low temperature changeability rankings here, and the precipitation changeability rankings here.
All temperature values are measured in degrees Fahrenheit.
Unfortunately, there was not enough data for this station to provide meaningful weather changeability data.