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Fall Weather Pattern Arrives

Rain and much cooler temperatures behind a cold front will bring a feeling of fall to the east coast today. In addition, an active fall storm pattern developing in the Pacific Northwest this week will bring areas of heavy rains, and very high elevations could receive heavy snow. Wetting rains to the valley floors will spread south Thu and Fri into northern California,where active fires continue. Read More >

Fort Smith, Arkansas
February Climate Data (Page 2)

    |-- Temp. Records --||- Precip Records -||------ Degree Day Normals -------|
     Hi        Lo         Record    Record    Heating          Cooling
Day  Mean Year Mean Year  Rain Year Snow Year Day Month Season Day Month Season  Day
 1   69.0 1911  6.0 1951  2.37 1956  2.3 1985  24   24   2115    0    0      0    1 
 2   65.0 1986 11.0 1951  1.46 1886  8.0 1885  24   48   2139    0    0      0    2 
 3   63.0 1927 13.5 1996  2.04 1997  5.2 1939  24   72   2163    0    0      0    3 
 4   66.0*1927 11.5 1886  1.16 1955  3.0 2011  24   96   2187    0    0      0    4 
 5   66.5 1927 15.5 1989  2.14 1957  2.0 1905  23  119   2210    0    0      0    5 
  
 6   63.5 2017 18.5*2014  1.28 1890  2.0 1903  23  142   2233    0    0      0    6 
 7   67.5 2017  0.5 1895  2.22 1900  5.1 1961  23  165   2256    0    0      0    7 
 8   68.0 2001  7.0 1895  2.63 1894  4.0*2010  23  188   2279    0    0      0    8 
 9   67.0 1957 14.0 1979  3.17 1966  5.3 2011  22  210   2301    0    0      0    9 
10   69.5 1932  9.0 1885 (3.85)1884  1.5 1940  22  232   2323    0    0      0   10 
 
11   67.0 2017  3.5 1899  2.41 1884  3.0 1911  22  254   2345    0    0      0   11 
12   65.5 1938(-4.0)1899  2.28 1884  3.8 1982  22  276   2367    0    0      0   12 
13   66.5 1990  5.0 1905  3.23 1949  3.9 1944  21  297   2388    0    0      0   13 
14   66.5 1954 20.5 1905  2.12 1938  3.4 1958  21  318   2409    0    0      0   14 
15   67.0 1976 21.5 1909  2.37 2001  5.3 1960  21  339   2430    0    0      0   15 
 
16   69.5 1911 16.0 1903  2.41 1938  3.7 1952  21  360   2451    0    0      0   16 
17   71.0 1911 14.5 1900  2.30 1938  4.9 1978  20  380   2471    0    0      0   17 
18   64.0*2011 15.0 1910  1.81 1951  7.6 1921  20  400   2491    0    0      0   18 
19   65.5 1922 18.0 1978  1.57 1939(10.7)1921  20  420   2511    0    0      0   19 
20   67.0 1922 22.0 1929  2.54 1945  6.0 1902  19  439   2530    0    0      0   20 
 
21   69.5 1897 22.5 1939  1.79 1969  2.5 1912  19  458   2549    0    0      0   21 
22   64.5 1930 24.0 1968  2.17 1975  2.0 2015  19  477   2568    0    0      0   22 
23   71.0 2017 24.5 1889  2.80 1985  5.5 1975  18  495   2586    0    0      0   23 
24  (73.5)1930 24.0 1960  1.86 1979  6.0 1941  18  513   2604    0    0      0   24 
25   69.5 1936 23.0 1960  1.09 1899  2.2 1893  18  531   2622    0    0      0   25 
 
26   67.5 1996 21.0 1934  1.43 1945  1.5 1982  17  548   2639    0    0      0   26 
27   64.5 1981 21.5 2015  1.19 1945  4.2 1945  17  565   2656    0    0      0   27 
28   69.5 2017 16.5 1890  1.35 1981  4.5 1913  17  582   2673    0    0      0   28 
29   70.5 1908 30.4 1920  0.17 2004  0.1 1980 [17  599   2690    0    0      0]  29 

* Indicates occurrences in previous years     ( ) Indicates monthly extremes
[ ] Add February 29 Degree Days to each month's total during Leap Years only
Periods of Record:

Temperature:  June 1882 - Present
Rainfall:     June 1882 - Present
Snowfall:     October 1883 - Present
Normals:      1981-2010 (30 Year Average)
(Monthly normals are computed by adding all of the daily mean data
 and then dividing by the number of days in the month)

 

Updated: March 16, 2017