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Heavy snow and hazardous travel for portions of the Great Lakes, Northeast, and New England

Heavy snow, bitterly cold temperatures, and treacherous travel will be likely from the Great Lakes to the Northeast, and into New England over the next couple of days. Heavy Lake Effect snow of one to two feet will impact areas downwind of Lake Eerie and Ontario. Widespread snowfall of 6 to 12 inches will also impact much of northern New England. Read More >

Fayetteville, Arkansas
July 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   87/66   76   .14   .14  25.33    97 *2012  71  1951  76  1980  55 *2013    1 
 2   87/66   77   .14   .28  25.47    99 *1980  73  1951  76 *1999  51  2013    2 
 3   87/66   77   .14   .42  25.61    99  1980  79 *2010  77 *1983  51 *2014    3 
 4   87/66   77   .14   .56  25.75    99  2012  70  1972 (79) 1980  50  1968    4 
 5   88/66   77   .13   .69  25.88   100 *2012  73  1972  76  1993  50  1972    5 
 
 6   88/66   77   .12   .81  26.00   101  2012  77 *1972  76 *2016 (45) 1972    6 
 7   88/66   77   .13   .94  26.13   101  1954  71  1958  75 *1996  49  1972    7 
 8   88/67   77   .12  1.06  26.25    98  1962  77  2015  75 *1993  51  2006    8 
 9   88/67   77   .11  1.17  26.36    99  2011  73  1996  75 *1978  50  1952    9 
10   88/67   77   .13  1.30  26.49   102  2011  76 *2007  77 *2009  51  1952   10 
 
11   88/67   78   .12  1.42  26.61   103  1954  72  1996  75 *1986  52  1961   11 
12   88/67   78   .12  1.54  26.73   107  1954  66  1953  75 *1995  53  1975   12 
13   88/67   78   .12  1.66  26.85  (110) 1954  71  1990  75 *1978  49  1975   13 
14   89/67   78   .11  1.77  26.96   109  1954  75  1990  76  1988  49 *1975   14 
15   89/67   78   .11  1.88  27.07   103  1954  76  1961  76  2009  49  1967   15 
 
16   89/67   78   .10  1.98  27.17   105  1954 (65) 1967  76  1981  50  2014   16 
17   89/67   78   .11  2.09  27.28   106  1954  69  2014  75  1954  52  1976   17 
18   89/67   78   .10  2.19  27.38   108  1954  71  2014  77  1954  52  2009   18 
19   89/67   78   .10  2.29  27.48   102 *1980  79  1989  76  1980  53  2014   19 
20   89/67   78   .09  2.38  27.57   102  2012  77 *1989  76 *1998  55 *2014   20 
 
21   89/67   78   .11  2.49  27.68   102  1974  78 *2009  78  1954  52  1971   21 
22   89/67   78   .10  2.59  27.78   104 *1974  72  1990  76 *2011  47  1970   22 
23   89/67   78   .10  2.69  27.88   100 *2005  72  1974  75 *2011  55  1980   23 
24   89/67   78   .11  2.80  27.99   102 *2011  75  1962  74 *2011  54  2003   24 
25   89/67   78   .10  2.90  28.09   102  1977  70  2004  77  1993  54  2000   25 
 
26   90/67   78   .10  3.00  28.19   100 *2011  73  1994  78  1981  56  1996   26 
27   90/67   78   .10  3.10  28.29   100 *2011  74 *1979  78  1998  54 *2004   27 
28   90/67   78   .09  3.19  28.38   104  1986  73  2004  76  1986  55  2004   28 
29   90/67   78   .09  3.28  28.47   106  1986  72  2004  78  1998  55  1969   29 
30   90/67   78   .09  3.37  28.56   107  1986  71  2014  78  2012  52  1971   30 
 
31   90/67   78   .09  3.46  28.65   104  1980  73  2014 (79) 1986  47  1971   31

* Indicates occurrences in previous years     ( ) Indicates monthly extremes
July Monthly Normals 1981-2010:
 
Normal Max Temperature:   88.6°F   Monthly Heating Degree Days:         0 
Normal Min Temperature:   66.6°F   Season Total Heating Degree Days:    0 
Normal Mean Temperature:  77.6°F   Monthly Cooling Degree Days:       391 
Normal Monthly Rainfall:   3.46"   Season Total Cooling Degree Days:  749 
Normal Monthly Snowfall:    0.0"
July Monthly Records:
Warmest Month:  85.0°F in 1954     Wettest Month:  12.03" in 1960
Coolest Month:  73.8°F in 1950     Driest Month:    0.26" in 1964
(Monthly normals are computed by adding all of the daily mean data
 and then dividing by the number of days in the month)

 

Updated: August 25, 2017