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Severe Storms; Fire Danger; and Strong Pacific Storms

More strong storms on tap for the Pacific Northwest this weekend. Heavy rains could produce flooding and mudslides. Saturday, a cold front moving into the central U.S. will bring potential for severe thunderstorms containing damaging winds, large hail, and isolated tornadoes; and localized flooding potential. Dry winds in southwestern California will keep fire weather threats high. Read More >

Fayetteville, Arkansas
June 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  79.0 1991  57.5 1983  1.99 1970 0.0  --     1    1   4183    5    5    118    1 
 2  79.5 1998  57.5*1964  1.88 1988 0.0  --     1    2   4184    5   10    123    2 
 3  81.0 2008 (57.0)1970  2.09 1989 0.0  --     1    3   4185    5   15    128    3 
 4  80.5 2008  58.5 1950  1.52 2017 0.0  --     1    4   4186    6   21    134    4 
 5  81.0 1977  58.5 2000  2.25 1955 0.0  --     1    5   4187    6   27    140    5 
  
 6  82.5 1990  57.5 1998  1.50 1966 0.0  --     1    6   4188    6   33    146    6 
 7  81.5*1990  59.5 1983  1.35 1975 0.0  --     0    6   4188    6   39    152    7 
 8  80.5 1958  62.5*2000  2.16 1986 0.0  --     0    6   4188    6   45    158    8 
 9  83.5 1981  62.0 1955  1.44 2008 0.0  --     0    6   4188    7   52    165    9 
10  81.5 1963  58.0 1955  1.75 1990 0.0  --     0    6   4188    7   59    172   10 
 
11  82.0 1953  59.5 1955  2.68 1967 0.0  --     0    6   4188    7   66    179   11 
12  82.0 1953  60.0 1955  2.91 1965 0.0  --     0    6   4188    7   73    186   12 
13  82.5*1990  60.5 1985  1.52 1969 0.0  --     0    6   4188    8   81    194   13 
14  86.0 1953  63.5 1983  1.98 2001 0.0  --     0    6   4188    8   89    202   14 
15  86.0 1953  58.5 1989  3.82 1982 0.0  --     0    6   4188    8   97    210   15 
 
16  85.5 1953  60.0 1989  2.31 1997 0.0  --     0    6   4188    8  105    218   16 
17  84.0 1953  63.0 1999  3.22 1964 0.0  --     0    6   4188    9  114    227   17 
18  83.5 1990  62.0 1999  2.76 1978 0.0  --     0    6   4188    9  123    236   18 
19  87.0 1953  63.0 1976  1.58 1973 0.0  --     0    6   4188    9  132    245   19 
20  85.0 1998  61.5 1976  2.55 1984 0.0  --     0    6   4188    9  141    254   20 
 
21  82.0 2013  64.0 1976  3.72 1990 0.0  --     0    6   4188    9  150    263   21 
22  85.0 1960  64.0 1958  0.89 1980 0.0  --     0    6   4188   10  160    273   22 
23  83.5 1952  65.0 1972  2.93 1987 0.0  --     0    6   4188   10  170    283   23 
24  86.0 1952  61.0 1974  1.34 1976 0.0  --     0    6   4188   10  180    293   24 
25  84.5 1952  59.0 1974  2.07 1958 0.0  --     0    6   4188   10  190    303   25 
 
26  86.0 1953  60.5*1974  2.10 2015 0.0  --     0    6   4188   10  200    313   26 
27  86.5 2011  63.5*1974  1.56 1956 0.0  --     0    6   4188   11  211    324   27 
28 (88.0)1980  65.0 1958 (4.46)2000 0.0  --     0    6   4188   11  222    335   28 
29  84.0 1954  67.0*1958  2.37 1951 0.0  --     0    6   4188   11  233    346   29 
30  83.5 1988  67.0*2013  3.09 1981 0.0  --     0    6   4188   11  244    357   30
* Indicates occurrences in previous years     ( ) Indicates monthly extremes
Period of Record:
Temperature:  August 1949 - Present
Rainfall:     August 1949 - Present
Showfall:     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: July 20, 2017