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Severe thunderstorms possible from the central Plains to the upper Midwest

Severe thunderstorms containing damaging winds, large hail, heavy rainfall, and a few isolated tornadoes will be possible this afternoon into tonight from the central Plains to the upper Midwest. The threat is expected to shift east into the Great Lakes region by Friday. In addition, heavy rainfall could cause localized flooding concerns. Read More >

Fayetteville, Arkansas
May 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  75.0 1959  47.5*2005  1.90 2011 0.0  --     5    5   4103    1    1     29    1 
 2  75.5 2012  40.0 2011  2.66 1990 0.0  --     5   10   4108    1    2     30    2 
 3  73.5*1955  39.5 2013  2.74 1979(0.5)2013    5   15   4113    1    3     31    3 
 4  77.0 1950 (38.5)2013  2.26 1999 0.0  --     4   19   4117    1    4     32    4 
 5  77.0 2014  45.5 2013  5.55 1960 0.0  --     4   23   4121    1    5     33    5 
  
 6  79.5 2007  51.0 1989  1.41 1971 0.0  --     4   27   4125    2    7     35    6 
 7  74.5*2014  51.5 1992 (5.77)1978 0.0  --     4   31   4129    2    9     37    7 
 8  77.5 2000  50.5 1976  1.99 2015 0.0  --     4   35   4133    2   11     39    8 
 9  78.0 2011  51.5 1980  2.02 1993 0.0  --     3   38   4136    2   13     41    9 
10  78.0 2011  51.5 1981  4.71 1950 0.0  --     3   41   4139    2   15     43   10 
 
11  77.0 1980  46.5 1997  2.67 1992 0.0  --     3   44   4142    2   17     45   11 
12  77.0 1956  51.5*1960  1.92 1953 0.0  --     3   47   4145    2   19     47   12 
13  78.0*1995  51.0 1953  3.84 1982 0.0  --     3   50   4148    2   21     49   13 
14  76.5 1995  47.0 2014  3.58 1956 0.0  --     3   53   4151    2   23     51   14 
15  79.0 1990  51.0*2011  2.09 1989 0.0  --     3   56   4154    2   25     53   15 
 
16  78.0 1995  49.5 2014  2.51 2003 0.0  --     3   59   4157    3   28     56   16 
17  77.0 1974  53.0*2014  3.20 1957 0.0  --     2   61   4159    3   31     59   17 
18  78.0 1996  51.0 2002  1.64 1980 0.0  --     2   63   4161    3   34     62   18 
19  79.0 2013  52.5 1968  1.31 1961 0.0  --     2   65   4163    3   37     65   19 
20  77.5*1996  51.0 1968  2.42 2011 0.0  --     2   67   4165    3   40     68   20 
 
21  79.0 1987  53.0 1968  2.46 1985 0.0  --     2   69   4167    3   43     71   21 
22 (82.0)1953  49.0 1963  3.93 1957 0.0  --     2   71   4169    3   46     74   22 
23  80.0*2000  47.0 1963  4.47 2011 0.0  --     2   73   4171    4   50     78   23 
24  78.5*1989  53.5 2001  1.88 2015 0.0  --     2   75   4173    4   54     82   24 
25  80.5 2006  53.0 2001  1.94 2016 0.0  --     2   77   4175    4   58     86   25 
 
26  78.5 2012  52.5 1979  2.91 1963 0.0  --     1   78   4176    4   62     90   26 
27  80.0 2012  53.0 1961  2.08 2000 0.0  --     1   79   4177    4   66     94   27 
28  80.5 2012  49.0 1992  2.58 1987 0.0  --     1   80   4178    4   70     98   28 
29  79.5 2011  55.0 1984  3.03 1950 0.0  --     1   81   4179    4   74    102   29 
30  80.0*1989  54.0 1983  2.28 2013 0.0  --     1   82   4180    5   79    107   30
31  79.5 1951  56.5 1983  2.65 1974 0.0  --     1   83   4181    5   84    112   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: June 27, 2017