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Fort Smith, Arkansas
October 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   82.0*1911 49.5 1985  1.90 1943  0.0  --    2    2     19    5    5   1983    1 
 2  (84.5)1926 52.5 1958  3.05 1905  0.0  --    2    4     21    4    9   1987    2 
 3   83.0 1954 51.5 1987*(5.72)2007  0.0  --    2    6     23    4   13   1991    3 
 4   83.0 1884 52.0 1902  1.56 1949  0.0  --    2    8     25    4   17   1995    4 
 5   82.0 1884 49.0 1932  2.70 1998  0.0  --    2   10     27    4   21   1999    5 
 
 6   83.0 1939 48.0 2012  2.77 2008  0.0  --    3   13     30    3   24   2002    6 
 7   82.0*1939 47.0 1952  1.46 1925  0.0  --    3   16     33    3   27   2005    7 
 8   82.0 1939 46.0 2000  3.05 1970  0.0  --    3   19     36    3   30   2008    8 
 9   79.5*1939 45.5 2000  2.70 1887  0.0  --    3   22     39    3   33   2011    9 
10   79.5 1928 46.0 1925  3.39 1969  0.0  --    3   25     42    3   36   2014   10 
 
11   80.5 1931 46.0 1987  1.75 1989  0.0  --    3   28     45    2   38   2016   11 
12   78.0 1928 45.0 1909  2.29 1969  0.0  --    3   31     48    2   40   2018   12 
13   79.0 1899 47.0 1986  2.04 2014  0.0  --    3   34     51    2   42   2020   13 
14   79.0 1899 49.0 2002  1.13 1984  0.0  --    4   38     55    2   44   2022   14 
15   79.5 1897 48.5 1937  2.25 2006  0.0  --    4   42     59    2   46   2024   15 
 
16   77.0 2016 48.0 1943  2.86 1915  0.0  --    4   46     63    2   48   2026   16 
17   77.0 2016 44.5 1989  2.00 1981  0.0  --    4   50     67    2   50   2028   17 
18   79.0 1938 45.0 1948  1.63 1885  0.0  --    5   55     72    2   52   2030   18 
19   80.5 2016 39.5 1989  2.35 1993  0.0  --    5   60     77    2   54   2032   19 
20   80.5 1979 42.0 1916  3.02 1984  0.0  --    5   65     82    2   56   2034   20  

21   76.5 1941 42.5 1898  1.91 1892  0.0  --    5   70     88    1   57   2035   21 
22   76.0 1941 42.0 1937  2.56 1931  0.0  --    5   75     92    1   58   2036   22 
23   76.5 2001 42.5 1917  3.06 1970  0.0  --    6   81     98    1   59   2037   23 
24   75.0 1919 44.0 1981  2.11 1991  0.0  --    6   87    104    1   60   2038   24 
25   79.5 1939 42.5 1957  1.92 1936  0.0  --    6   93    110    1   61   2039   25 
 
26   76.5 2004 39.5 1957  2.91 1939  0.0  --    7  100    117    1   62   2040   26 
27   73.0 1927 40.0 1957  5.30 1951  0.0  --    7  107    124    1   63   2041   27 
28   77.0 2004 39.0 1925  3.05 1991  0.0  --    7  114    131    1   64   2042   28 
29   74.5 1950 35.0 1925  1.79 1896  (T) 1993   7  121    138    1   65   2043   29 
30   76.0 1946(34.0)1993  2.98 1941  0.0  --    8  129    146    1   66   2044   30
31   76.0 1882 35.0 1993  2.65 1900  0.0  --    8  137    154    1   67   2045   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: November 18, 2016