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PowerBall Hot and Cold Numbers

The statistics below have been collected from every PowerBall draw since the game began in 2009. Find out which are the most or least popular PowerBall numbers, and see how the value of the PowerBall jackpot has trended over time.

PowerBall Hot Numbers

The numbers below have appeared more often than any other numbers in PowerBall draws. Use the information on each ball to find out how many days it has been since its last appearance, as well as how many times it has appeared overall.

PowerBall Cold Numbers

These numbers are the least commonly drawn in PowerBall. The information below covers every draw since October 2009, showing how many times each number has been drawn, as well as how long it has been since each number’s last appearance.

Most Overdue Numbers

These numbers are the ones that have not appeared in PowerBall draws for the longest amount of time. They are not the same as the cold numbers, which have been drawn the least number of times overall.

The statistics below reveal the total number of times each PowerBall number has appeared over the course of the draw’s history. You can view the numbers in a chart or a table that includes more detailed information on when each number was last drawn.

View the PowerBall Hot and Cold numbers along with other statistics including, most overdue numbers, number frequencies, jackpot trends and more.

Hot And Cold

Our Hot and Cold tool queries historical Powerball draw data for the average number of draws between any given number appearing (average gap).

It then applies that average to the last draw the number appeared in (current gap). The results show hot numbers (numbers that are overdue based on their historical draw average), warm numbers (numbers that are approaching their average gap) and cold numbers (numbers that are not due based on their historical draw average).

Use our Powerball Hot and Cold tool to find out which numbers are due, not due or overdue based on their average historical draw gaps. Simple, but powerful. ]]>