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Wildfire Danger Continues in Southern California

High pressure building into the Western U.S. will create strong offshore winds in southern California. Temperatures in this region are unseasonably hot, and conditions are dry. The combination of these strong winds and dry conditions will bring fire danger to portions of southern California. Red Flag Warnings are in effect here. Any new fires in this region could quickly grow out of control. Read More >

Fayetteville, Arkansas
September 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  86.5 1989  57.5 1967  2.62 1974  0.0  --    0    0      1    9    9   1134    1 
 2  83.5*2000  59.5 1952  1.93 2014  0.0  --    0    0      1    9   18   1143    2 
 3  84.5 2000  58.0 1974  3.29 2008  0.0  --    0    0      1    9   27   1152    3 
 4  87.0 1998  56.0 1974  1.51 1970  0.0  --    0    0      1    8   35   1160    4 
 5 (89.5)1998  60.0 1974  1.15 2009  0.0  --    0    0      1    8   43   1168    5 
  
 6  85.0 1983  58.0 1974  0.50 1957  0.0  --    0    0      1    8   51   1176    6 
 7  84.0 1990  58.0 1956  1.65 1993  0.0  --    0    0      1    7   58   1183    7 
 8  82.0 1989  58.5 1956  1.99 2001  0.0  --    0    0      1    7   65   1190    8 
 9  82.0*2016  59.5 1968  2.35 2010  0.0  --    0    0      1    7   72   1197    9 
10  82.5 2010  59.5 1968  0.54 1985  0.0  --    0    0      1    6   78   1203   10 
 
11  82.0 2000  59.0 1959  2.16 2006  0.0  --    1    1      2    6   84   1209   11 
12  82.5 1980  57.0 2014  1.30 2000  0.0  --    1    2      3    6   90   1215   12 
13  84.5 1980  55.5 1974  2.21 2008  0.0  --    1    3      4    6   96   1221   13 
14  85.5 1965  55.5 1949  2.73 1993  0.0  --    1    4      5    5  101   1226   14 
15  85.0 1956  56.0*2011  2.85 1986  0.0  --    1    5      6    5  106   1231   15 
 
16  83.5 1956  56.0*2011  1.46 1986  0.0  --    1    6      7    5  111   1236   16 
17  79.5 1978  50.5 1981  2.09 2006  0.0  --    2    8      9    5  116   1241   17 
18  81.5*1978  51.5 1981  4.64 1949  0.0  --    2   10     11    4  120   1245   18 
19  85.0 1954  51.5 1971  2.41 1988  0.0  --    2   12     13    4  124   1249   19 
20  83.0 1954  51.0 1991  2.12 1967  0.0  --    2   14     15    4  128   1253   20 
 
21  82.5 1980  49.5 1983  2.47 1978  0.0  --    2   16     17    4  132   1257   21 
22  80.0 1988  47.0 1995  2.66 1964  0.0  --    3   19     20    4  136   1261   22 
23  79.0 2005  50.0 1989  1.38*1997  0.0  --    3   22     23    3  139   1264   23 
24  80.0 1958  49.0 1989  2.05 1993  0.0  --    3   25     26    3  142   1267   24 
25  79.0*2012  46.5 2000  2.24 1973  0.0  --    3   28     29    3  145   1270   25 
 
26  79.5 1986  49.5 1985 (7.45)1996  0.0  --    4   32     33    3  148   1273   26 
27  77.0 1971  50.5 1984  1.53 1955  0.0  --    4   36     37    3  151   1276   27 
28  80.0 1953  47.5 1967  1.68 1973  0.0  --    4   40     41    2  153   1278   28 
29  78.5 1953 (45.0)1984  2.70 1972  0.0  --    4   44     45    2  155   1280   29 
30  78.5 1977 (45.0)1984  5.61 1986  0.0  --    5   49     50    2  157   1282   30
*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: October 12, 2017