National Weather Service United States Department of Commerce

Stormy Weather in the Northwest; Fire Weather Threat Redeveloping in Southern California this Weekend

An active fall storm pattern in the Pacific Northwest is bringing heavy rain and high elevation snow to the region which will persist through this weekend. Strong winds associated with this system will bring a renewed period of critical fire weather to southern California later this weekend into next week. Read More >

Fayetteville, Arkansas
March Climate Data (Page 2)

 

quick links: february (page 2) march (page 1) april (page 2) back

 

    |-- 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  71.5 2006  18.5 1980  1.73 1973  1.0 1960  21   21   3324    0    0      0    1 
 2  70.5 1976  21.5*1980  1.34 2014  4.0 2002  21   42   3345    0    0      0    2 
 3  68.5 1974 (11.0)2002  2.30 2008  0.1*1995  21   63   3366    0    0      0    3 
 4  69.5 1961  15.0 1960  2.01 1959  2.6 2015  20   83   3386    0    0      0    4 
 5  66.5*1961  19.0 1960  1.79 1961  7.0 1989  20  103   3406    0    0      0    5 
  
 6  71.0 2009  23.0 1989  1.53 1956  5.0 1967  20  123   3426    0    0      0    6 
 7  69.0 1974  21.5 1996  1.24 1978  0.1 1965  20  143   3446    0    0      0    7 
 8  68.5 1974  16.5 1996  1.86 2016  0.5 1967  19  162   3465    0    0      0    8 
 9  70.0 1974  24.0 1996  1.97 1964  4.4 1964  19  181   3484    0    0      0    9 
10  71.0 1955  24.0 1998  1.71 1974   T  1987  19  200   3503    0    0      0   10 
 
11  76.5 1967  22.0 1998  1.97 1986  5.0 1968  18  218   3521    0    0      0   11 
12  74.5 1967  23.0 1998  1.51 1966 10.0 1968  18  236   3539    0    0      0   12 
13  74.5 1967  24.0 1951  1.62 1953  9.0 1999  18  254   3557    0    0      0   13 
14  67.0 2012  28.5*1988  1.61 1990  2.0 1960  17  271   3574    0    0      0   14 
15  68.0 2012  30.0 1988  0.54 2014   T *1978  17  288   3591    0    0      0   15 
 
16  69.0 2012  29.0 1960  2.15 2014 10.0 1970  17  305   3608    0    0      0   16 
17  71.5 2012  31.5 1960  1.71 1987  0.5 1988  17  322   3625    0    0      0   17 
18  71.5 2012  25.5 1965 (4.61)2008   T *1988  16  338   3641    0    0      0   18 
19  68.5 1982  21.0 1965  1.82 2002   T *1996  16  354   3657    0    0      0   19 
20  74.5 2017  23.5 1965  2.01 1955  1.0 1974  16  370   3673    0    0      0   20 
 
21  69.0 1975  27.0 1974  0.94 2009(12.0)2010  16  386   3689    0    0      0   21 
22 (78.0)1995  28.5 1955  0.99 1991  0.3 1955  15  401   3704    0    0      0   22 
23  68.5 1994  31.0*1968  2.54 1969  0.0  --   15  416   3719    0    0      0   23 
24  67.5 1959  28.0 1974  1.81 1973  0.7 1965  15  431   3734    0    0      0   24 
25  67.5 2007  27.5 1965  1.14 2015  5.0 1965  14  445   3748    0    0      0   25 
 
26  74.0 1991  17.5 1955  2.05 1994  0.1 1996  14  459   3762    0    0      0   26 
27  68.5 2004  28.0 1955  3.76 1977   T  1983  14  473   3776    0    0      0   27 
28  76.0 1985  38.0 1955  1.59 1989  0.0  --   14  487   3790    0    0      0   28 
29  72.5 1963  29.5 1987  2.53 1988  0.1 1975  13  500   3803    0    0      0   29 
30  73.0 1967  32.0 1987  1.47 1998   T *1987  13  513   3816    0    0      0   30
31  71.0 2010  35.0 1954  1.07 2008   T *1995  13  526   3829    0    0      0   31
* Indicates occurrences in previous years     ( ) Indicates monthly extremes
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: April 5, 2017