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Fort Smith, Arkansas
August 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   95.0 2011 71.0 1971  1.63 1895  0.0  --    0    0      0   18   18   1183    1 
 2   98.0 2011 71.0 1973  1.74 1974  0.0  --    0    0      0   18   36   1201    2 
 3  (99.5)2011 69.5 1976  1.58 1933  0.0  --    0    0      0   18   54   1219    3 
 4   93.5 2012 69.5 1912  4.35 1931  0.0  --    0    0      0   18   72   1237    4 
 5   97.5 2011 68.0*1912  1.64 2010  0.0  --    0    0      0   18   90   1255    5 
 
 6   96.0 2011 68.5 1912 (5.09)1971  0.0  --    0    0      0   18  108   1273    6 
 7   94.0 1934 65.5 1997  0.90*1921  0.0  --    0    0      0   18  126   1291    7 
 8   93.0 1934 67.5 1997  4.25 1897  0.0  --    0    0      0   18  144   1309    8 
 9   95.5 1934 70.0 1989  1.94 1974  0.0  --    0    0      0   18  162   1327    9 
10   96.5 1936 71.0 1940  3.92 2008  0.0  --    0    0      0   18  180   1345   10 
 
11   92.5*1936 69.5*2004  2.40 1893  0.0  --    0    0      0   18  198   1363   11 
12   95.0 1934 67.5 1967  2.06 1957  0.0  --    0    0      0   18  216   1381   12 
13   93.0 1943 67.5*2004  2.52 2002  0.0  --    0    0      0   18  234   1399   13 
14   93.0 1943 67.0 1961  1.65 1961  0.0  --    0    0      0   18  252   1417   14 
15   93.0 1943 67.0 1964  2.22 1884  0.0  --    0    0      0   18  270   1435   15 
 
16   93.0 1943 66.5 1992  2.93 1938  0.0  --    0    0      0   18  288   1453   16 
17   93.0*1954 67.0 1992  2.60 1940  0.0  --    0    0      0   17  305   1470   17 
18   91.0 1934 67.5 1992  1.96 1915  0.0  --    0    0      0   17  322   1487   18 
19   94.0 1934 70.5 2015  3.99 1915  0.0  --    0    0      0   17  339   1504   19 
20   93.0 1934 68.5 1950  5.07 1890  0.0  --    0    0      0   17  356   1521   20 
 
21   92.0 1993 68.5 1956  1.42 1894  0.0  --    0    0      0   17  373   1538   21 
22   91.0 1922 70.0 1961  2.65 1911  0.0  --    0    0      0   17  390   1555   22 
23   90.5 1910 62.0 1891  0.99 1990  0.0  --    0    0      0   17  407   1572   23 
24   90.5*1943(60.5)1891  2.00 1989  0.0  --    0    0      0   16  423   1588   24 
25   91.5 1922 64.0 1887  1.76 2002  0.0  --    0    0      0   16  439   1604   25 
 
26   91.0 1998 67.0 1887  2.70 1944  0.0  --    0    0      0   16  455   1620   26 
27   90.5 1936 63.5 1927  1.62 1965  0.0  --    0    0      0   16  471   1636   27 
28   89.5 1963 64.5 1927  2.67 1964  0.0  --    0    0      0   16  487   1652   28 
29   89.0 1932 64.5 1986  1.22 1935  0.0  --    0    0      0   15  502   1667   29 
30   89.0 1954 63.5 1915  0.97 1944  0.0  --    0    0      0   15  517   1682   30
31   90.0 2011 62.5 1915  2.18 1962  0.0  --    0    0      0   15  532   1697   31
* Indicates occurrences in previous years     ( ) Indicates monthly extremes
Period 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: September 19, 2017