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Cool and Dry in the East; Turning Stormy in the Northwest

Much cooler temperatures behind a cold front will bring a feeling of fall to the East Coast today. In addition, an active fall storm pattern developing in the Pacific Northwest this week will bring areas of heavy rain and high elevation snow. Northern California will benefit from rainfall this week that will aid firefighters given the recent large wildfires. Read More >

Fayetteville, Arkansas
February Climate Data (Page 2)

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    |-- 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  62.5 1986 (-2.5)1951  2.27 1990  2.0*2011  28   28   2622    0    0      0    1 
 2  62.5 1986   5.5 2011  1.18 1989  5.0 2014  28   56   2650    0    0      0    2 
 3  60.0 1986   4.5 1996  1.08 2012   T *1996  28   84   2678    0    0      0    3 
 4  66.0 2008   6.5 1989  0.93 1955  4.0 1985  28  112   2706    0    0      0    4 
 5  54.0 1958  10.0 1989  1.17 1964  5.0 1959  28  140   2734    0    0      0    5 
  
 6  58.0 1999  11.5 2014  1.91 1999  4.0 1979  27  167   2761    0    0      0    6 
 7  62.0 2009  11.5 1985  2.12 1973  4.0 1961  27  194   2788    0    0      0    7 
 8  63.5 2001   6.5 1971  1.43 1966  8.0 2010  27  221   2815    0    0      0    8 
 9  61.5 1959   6.0 1971 (3.61)1966(14.6)2011  27  248   2842    0    0      0    9 
10  63.0 1999   5.0 2011  0.98 1998  4.0 1986  27  275   2869    0    0      0   10 
 
11  70.0 2017   7.0 1981  1.68 1950  0.2 1995  26  301   2895    0    0      0   11 
12  66.5 1962  16.5 1958  1.47 2007  3.0 1982  26  327   2921    0    0      0   12 
13  65.5 1962  21.0 1986  2.10 1989  2.0 1951  26  353   2947    0    0      0   13 
14  64.0 1954  22.0 2007  1.92 1990  1.3 1951  26  379   2973    0    0      0   14 
15  66.0*1976  17.5 2007  3.08 1993  3.0 1960  25  404   2998    0    0      0   15 
 
16  59.5 1976  15.0 1958  2.13 2008  7.0 1967  25  429   3023    0    0      0   16 
17  64.0 2011  15.0 1993  1.06 2000  4.0 1978  25  454   3048    0    0      0   17 
18  62.0 2011  11.5 1978  1.19 1951   T *1979  25  479   3073    0    0      0   18 
19  61.0 2011  18.0*2006  1.94 1955  4.5 2006  24  503   3097    0    0      0   19 
20  61.5*2017  24.0 2006  3.07 1997  2.0 1978  24  527   3121    0    0      0   20 
 
21  59.5 1996  15.0 1963  0.96 1969  5.0 1966  24  551   3145    0    0      0   21 
22  63.0*1996  21.0 1968  2.68 1975  0.3 1983  23  574   3168    0    0      0   22 
23  64.0 1982  20.0 2015  2.78 1985  7.0 1975  23  597   3191    0    0      0   23 
24 (71.0)1956  18.0 1965  1.41 2001  3.0 1991  23  620   3214    0    0      0   24 
25  60.5 2000  19.5 2003  0.61 1993  2.0 1960  23  643   3237    0    0      0   25 
 
26  67.5 1996  19.0*2002  2.12 1984  0.5 2013  22  665   3259    0    0      0   26 
27  64.5 1981  15.5 2015  0.83*2011  4.0 1960  22  687   3281    0    0      0   27 
28  64.5 2017  16.5 1962  1.36 1987  1.7 2015  22  709   3303    0    0      0   28 
29  67.0 1972  22.0 1960  0.26 2004  0.1 1968 [21  730   3324    0    0      0]  29
* Indicates occurrences in previous years     ( ) Indicates monthly extremes
[ ] Add February 29 degree days to each month's total during leap years only
Period of Record:
Temperature:  August 1949 - Present
Rainfall:     August 1949 - Present
Snowfall:     August 1949 - 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: March 20, 2017