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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
October 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  74.5 1954  46.5 1985  2.01 1986  0.0  --    5    5     57    2    2   1285    1 
 2  78.0 1954  47.5*1961  3.15 1959  0.0  --    5   10     62    2    4   1287    2 
 3 (79.5)1951  48.5 1987  1.35 1971  0.0  --    5   15     67    2    6   1289    3 
 4 (79.5)1951  50.0*2014  1.31 1953  0.0  --    5   20     72    1    7   1290    4 
 5  78.5 1954  46.0 1988 (4.72)1998  0.0  --    5   25     77    1    8   1291    5 
  
 6  78.5 2007  41.5 1952  1.50 1970  0.0  --    6   31     83    1    9   1292    6 
 7  76.5 2007  39.5 1952  1.58 1994  0.0  --    6   37     89    1   10   1293    7 
 8  77.0 1979  39.5 2000  4.21 2009  0.0  --    6   43     95    1   11   1294    8 
 9  75.5 1949  41.5 2000  1.90 2003  0.0  --    6   49    101    1   12   1295    9 
10  69.0 1973  44.0 2000  3.80 2001  0.0  --    7   56    108    1   13   1296   10 
 
11  77.0 1962  40.5 1987  2.04 1949  0.0  --    7   63    115    1   14   1297   11 
12  74.0 1978  42.5 2006  3.74 1969  0.0  --    7   70    122    1   15   1298   12 
13  74.0 1968  42.5 1986  1.97 2014  0.0  --    7   77    129    1   16   1299   13 
14  75.5 1968  44.5 2002  1.49 1962  0.0  --    7   84    136    1   17   1300   14 
15  74.5 1968  45.0 1952  2.12 1967  0.0  --    8   92    144    1   18   1301   15 
 
16  73.5 2016  42.5 2002  2.83 1980  0.0  --    8  100    152    0   18   1301   16 
17  76.5 2016  42.0 1976  1.31 1967  0.0  --    8  108    160    0   18   1301   17 
18  73.0 2016  42.5 1989  1.76 1985  0.0  --    8  116    168    0   18   1301   18 
19  75.0 2016  34.0 1989  1.99 1987   T  1989   9  125    177    0   18   1301   19 
20  77.5 1979  40.5 2011  3.53 1984  0.0  --    9  134    186    0   18   1301   20 
 
21  70.0 1979  42.5 1952  1.45 1954  0.0  --    9  143    195    0   18   1301   21 
22  72.5 2012  40.5 2006  1.24 1996   T  1996   9  152    204    0   18   1301   22 
23  75.0 2001  37.5 1981  2.36 1970  0.0  --   10  162    214    0   18   1301   23 
24  70.5 2012  39.0 1981  2.24 1991  0.0  --   10  172    224    0   18   1301   24 
25  68.5 1963  39.5 1957  1.34 1954   T  1957  10  182    234    0   18   1301   25 
 
26  73.0 1950  33.0 1957  2.59 1991  0.0  --   10  192    244    0   18   1301   26 
27  75.0 1950  34.5 1957  1.51 1951  0.0  --   11  203    255    0   18   1301   27 
28  71.5 2004  38.0 1952  1.28 2002  0.0  --   11  214    266    0   18   1301   28 
29  70.5 1961  38.0 1976  1.48 1967 (0.3)1993  11  225    277    0   18   1301   29 
30  72.5*1974 (28.5)1993  2.56 1967   T  1993  12  237    289    0   18   1301   30
31  74.5 1950  31.5 1993  1.90 1974   T  1991  12  249    301    0   18   1301   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: January 25, 2017