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Fort Smith, Arkansas
November 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  (76.5)1882 35.5 1991  2.18 1972  0.0  --    8    8    162    1    1   2046    1 
 2   75.0 2016 29.5 1991  3.03 1946  2.0 1951   9   17    171    1    2   2047    2 
 3   72.0 2003 27.5 1991  3.41 1994  0.0  --    9   26    190    1    3   2048    3 
 4   70.5 2003 34.0 1991  3.19 1994  0.0  --    9   35    189    1    4   2049    4 
 5   70.0 1924 35.0 1951  3.08 2006  0.0  --   10   45    199    1    5   2050    5 
 
 6   75.0 1924 29.5 1959  2.14 1996  0.7 1951  10   55    209    1    6   2051    6 
 7   72.5 1945 35.0*1959  2.12 1957  0.0  --   10   65    219    1    7   2052    7 
 8   76.0 1915 30.0 1991  2.50 1888  0.0  --   11   76    230    0    7   2052    8 
 9   71.5 2002 35.5 1991  4.19 1946  0.0  --   11   87    241    0    7   2052    9 
10   71.0 1882 31.0 1950  1.62 2008  0.0  --   11   98    252    0    7   2052   10 
 
11   70.5*1949 32.0*1968  0.93 1992  0.0  --   12  110    264    0    7   2052   11 
12   71.5 1931 24.5 1911  2.32 1922  0.0  --   12  122    276    0    7   2052   12 
13   75.0 2011 25.5 1986  1.21 1902  0.7 1976  13  135    289    0    7   2052   13 
14   71.0 1989 26.5 1940  2.81 1994 (4.0)1976  13  148    302    0    7   2052   14 
15   73.5 1964 28.0 1940  2.46 1890  0.0  --   13  161    315    0    7   2052   15 
 
16   72.0 1942 30.5 1932  2.22 1891   T  2014  14  175    329    0    7   2052   16 
17   71.5 1952 25.0 1959  3.50 1957  0.0  --   14  189    343    0    7   2052   17 
18   70.5 1934 28.0 1903  3.71 1985  0.0  --   15  204    358    0    7   2052   18 
19   72.0 1913 28.0 1937  3.19 1934  0.0  --   15  219    373    0    7   2052   19 
20   71.0 1942 29.0 1937  1.53 1934  0.0  --   15  234    388    0    7   2052   20 
 
21   72.5 1913 27.5 1937  1.87 2011  1.0 1972  16  250    404    0    7   2052   21 
22   73.5 1927 25.5 1898  1.92 1983  1.5 1971  16  266    420    0    7   2052   22 
23   69.5 1973 28.0 1970  1.81 1973  1.3 1971  17  283    437    0    7   2052   23 
24   65.5*1987 25.5 1950 (6.81)1973  0.8 1894  17  300    454    0    7   2052   24 
25   69.5 1883 30.0 1993  2.22 1952  0.2 1993  18  318    472    0    7   2052   25 
 
26   68.5 1970 26.0 1975  1.90 1893  2.7 1975  18  336    490    0    7   2052   26 
27   69.5 1927 30.0 1992  1.57 2015  0.0  --   18  354    508    0    7   2052   27 
28   70.0 1905(20.0)1976  1.08 2016  2.0 1952  19  373    527    0    7   2052   28 
29   68.5*1933 23.5 1976  1.69 2006  2.0 1974  19  392    546    0    7   2052   29 
30   68.5 1933 28.0*1964  2.53 2006  0.8 1955  20  412    566    0    7   2052   30
* Indicates occurrences in previous years     ( ) Indicates monthly extremes
Period of Record:

Temperature:  June 1882-present
Rainfall:     June 1882-persent
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: December 4, 2016