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Fayetteville, Arkansas
March Climate Data (Page 1)

 

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    |------Normals 1981-2010------| |--------- Record Temperatures ---------|
     Temperature   Precipitation     Hi        Lo        Hi        Lo
Day  Mx/Mn  Mean  Day  Month  Year   Max  Year Max  Year Min  Year Min  Year  Day
 1   55/32   44   .12   .12   5.77    83  2006  25  1980  60 *2006  12 *1980   1 
 2   56/32   44   .10   .22   5.87    78  1983  27  1960  65  1976   7  1980   2 
 3   56/33   44   .11   .33   5.98    77  1983 (21) 2002  63  1974   1  2002   3 
 4   56/33   45   .13   .46   6.11    78  1955  22  1960  64  1961  (0) 2002   4 
 5   57/33   45   .12   .58   6.23    79  1991  23  1989  58  1956  10  1960   5 
 
 6   57/34   45   .13   .71   6.36    85  1956  30  1989  62  2009  13  1967   6 
 7   57/34   46   .13   .84   6.49    78  1992  28  1996  62 *2009   9  1967   7 
 8   58/34   46   .12   .96   6.61    77  1992  26  1996  62  1974   7  1996   8 
 9   58/34   46   .12  1.08   6.73    77  1974  34  1998  63  1974   6  1996   9 
10   58/35   47   .12  1.20   6.85    83  1955  32  1969  60  1990  11  1964  10 
 
11   59/35   47   .12  1.32   6.97    88  1967  28  1998  65  1967  16  1998  11 
12   59/35   47   .12  1.44   7.09    88  1967  29  1951  62  1990  13  1998  12 
13   59/36   47   .12  1.56   7.21    87  1967  29  1951  63  1990   9  1968  13 
14   60/36   48   .13  1.69   7.34    80  1967  37  2017  56 *2012  13  1993  14 
15   60/36   48   .13  1.82   7.47    79 *2016  37  1978  60  2012  14  1954  15 
 
16   60/36   48   .13  1.95   7.60    78 *2012  32  1960  60  2012  18 *1988  16 
17   61/37   49   .14  2.09   7.74    82  1982  37 *1970  63  2012  21 *1962  17 
18   61/37   49   .13  2.22   7.87    79 *2012  31  1965  64  2012  20  1965  18 
19   61/37   49   .13  2.35   8.00    81 *2017  27  1965  64  1982  15  1965  19 
20   61/37   49   .13  2.48   8.13    85  2017  39 *1970  64  2017   8  1965  20 
 
21   62/38   50   .12  2.60   8.25    84  1997  35  1974  62  2007  16  1965  21 
22   62/38   50   .13  2.73   8.38   (89) 1995  36  2006  67  1995  12  1955  22 
23   62/38   50   .12  2.85   8.50    79 *1975  41 *1968  61  2009  19  1974  23 
24   63/38   51   .13  2.98   8.63    79 *2015  30  1965  56 *2004  19  1974  24 
25   63/39   51   .13  3.11   8.76    78 *2015  31  1965  59  1967  14  1955  25 
 
26   63/39   51   .13  3.24   8.89    80 *2012  26  1955 (68) 1991   9  1955  26 
27   64/39   51   .13  3.37   9.02    78 *2012  39  1983  63  2004  15  1955  27 
28   64/39   52   .14  3.51   9.16    86  1963  45  2001 (68) 1985  24  2016  28 
29   64/40   52   .14  3.65   9.30    84  1967  31  1987  65  1963  23  1955  29 
30   65/40   52   .15  3.80   9.45    80  1967  38  1954  66  1967  17  1964  30 
 
31   65/40   52   .15  3.95   9.60   (89) 1974  43 *1984  65  1967  20  1987  31 

* Indicates occurrences in previous years     ( ) Indicates monthly extremes
March Monthly Normals 1981-2010:
 
Normal Max Temperature:   60.1F   Monthly Heating Degree Days:       526 
Normal Min Temperature:   36.2F   Season Total Heating Degree Days: 3829 
Normal Mean Temperature:  48.1F   Monthly Cooling Degree Days:         4 
Normal Monthly Rainfall:  3.95"   Season Total Cooling Degree Days:    4 
Normal Monthly Snowfall:   1.4"
March Monthly Records:
Warmest Month:  57.9F in 2012     Wettest Month:  10.05" in 2008 
Coolest Month:  37.5F in 1960     Driest Month:    0.58" in 2001 
                                  Most Snowfall:   15.0" in 1968
(Monthly normals are computed by adding all of the daily mean data
 and then dividing by the number of days in the month)

 

Updated: April 5, 2017