Intra Class Correlation, Advanced Statistics

Can I use ICC for this kind of data?

Wind Month Day Temp(DV)
7.4 5 1 67
8 5 2 72
12.6 5 3 74
11.5 5 4 62

I am taking temp as the dependent variable. There are many more values. This is only a part of the data.
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