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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 >

McAlester, Oklahoma
February Climate Data (Page 1)

    |------Normals 1981-2010------| |--------- Record Temperatures ---------|
     Temperature   Precipitation     Hi        Lo        Hi        Lo
Day  Mx/Mn  Mean  Day  Month  Year   Max  Year Max  Year Min  Year Min  Year   Day
 1   53/31   42   .09   .09   2.45    78  1974  17  1985  60  1986   6  1985    1 
 2   53/31   42   .09   .18   2.54    82  1995  17  2011  63  1986 (-6) 1985    2 
 3   53/31   42   .09   .27   2.63    80  1962  17  1989  60  1986  -1  1985    3 
 4   53/31   42   .09   .36   2.72    79  2008 (13) 1989  63  2008   1  1996    4 
 5   53/31   42   .08   .44   2.80    74  1963  17  1989  51  1999   6  1985    5 
 
 6   54/32   43   .09   .53   2.89    78  2017  19  2014  54  2017   0  1985    6 
 7   54/32   43   .09   .62   2.98    79  2017  30  1971  59  2009   8  1985    7 
 8   54/32   43   .10   .72   3.08    77  1996  29  1971 (65) 2001   6  1971    8 
 9   54/32   43   .09   .81   3.17    80  1957  25  1994  60  1999  -3  1979    9 
10   54/32   43   .10   .91   3.27    79  1954  26  1986  62  1999  -4  2011   10 
 
11   55/33   44   .09  1.00   3.36    87  2017  23  1981  63  2017   3  1981   11 
12   55/33   44   .09  1.09   3.45    83  1962  28  1958  57  1962  11  1963   12 
13   55/33   44   .09  1.18   3.54    85  1962  34  1968  56  1962  10  1958   13 
14   55/34   44   .09  1.27   3.63    79  2015  27  2007  61  1954  19  1960   14 
15   56/34   45   .10  1.37   3.73    78  2005  25  2007  62  1954  17  2007   15 
 
16   56/34   45   .09  1.46   3.82    81  2006  22  1979  58  2011   8  2007   16 
17   56/34   45   .09  1.55   3.91    74 *2011  21  1979  61  2011   9  1979   17 
18   56/35   46   .09  1.64   4.00    79  1986  26  1978  60  2011   1  1978   18 
19   57/35   46   .10  1.74   4.10    83  1986  31  2006  61  2016  -2  1978   19 
20   57/35   46   .09  1.83   4.19    82  1981  34  1978  63  2016  20  1967   20 
 
21   57/36   46   .09  1.92   4.28   (92) 1996  28  1978  59  1985  10  1963   21 
22   58/36   47   .10  2.02   4.38   (92) 1996  29  1968  60  1985   9  1963   22 
23   58/36   47   .10  2.12   4.48    89  2017  25  2015  62  2017  17  1989   23 
24   58/37   47   .09  2.21   4.57    83  1956  23  1960  58  2000  14  1965   24 
25   58/37   48   .10  2.31   4.67    77  1986  26  2003  59  1996  12  1960   25 
 
26   59/37   48   .10  2.41   4.77    82  2009  30  2002 (65) 1996  13  1960   26 
27   59/37   48   .11  2.52   4.88    77  1963  25  2015  62  1981  10  2002   27 
28   59/38   49   .10  2.62   4.98    83  1980  27  1962  62  2017  11  1962   28 
29   59/38   49   .10  2.72   5.08    78  2000  30  1960  60  1972  19  1960   29 
 
* Indicates occurrences in previous years     ( ) Indicates monthly extremes
February Monthly Normals 1981-2010: 
 
Normal Max Temperature:   55.6°F  Monthly Heating Degree Days:       570 
Normal Min Temperature:   33.8°F  (leap year use 586) 
Normal Mean Temperature:  44.7°F  Season Total Heating Degree Days: 2609 
Normal Monthly Rainfall:   2.62"  (leap year use 2625) 
            (leap year use 2.72") Monthly Cooling Degree Days:         2
Normal Monthly Snowfall:   1.1"   Season Total Cooling Degree Days:    3
(Monthly normals are computed by adding all of the daily mean data
 and then dividing by the number of days in the month)

 

Updated: March 9, 2017