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McAlester, Oklahoma
May 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   76/55   66   .17   .17  12.60    90  2003  51  1966  73  2002  35 *2014    1 
 2   76/55   66   .17   .34  12.77    88  1955 (48) 2011  69  1955  37 *2013    2 
 3   77/55   66   .17   .51  12.94    88 *2012  55  1954  69  2012 (34) 2011    3 
 4   77/56   66   .17   .68  13.11    92 *2014  53  2013  72  2012 (34) 1954    4 
 5   77/56   67   .16   .84  13.27    89  1996  58  1978  73  2007  39  1979    5 
  
 6   77/56   67   .18  1.02  13.45    90  1961  61  1960  74  2007  41  1991    6 
 7   77/57   67   .16  1.18  13.61    92  1955  62  1972  72  1961  39  1982    7 
 8   78/57   67   .16  1.34  13.77    89  1956  66  1980  73  2002  40  1976    8 
 9   78/57   68   .17  1.51  13.94    90  1956  61 *2010  74  2003  39  1980    9 
10   78/58   68   .16  1.67  14.10    90 *2016  55  1954  72 *2011  41  1997   10 
 
11   78/58   68   .16  1.83  14.26    91  1967  57  1954  73 *2014  39  1981   11 
12   79/58   68   .16  1.99  14.42    89  1956  62  1954  74  2010  37  1960   12 
13   79/59   69   .17  2.16  14.59    92  1956  64  2014  72  1956  43  1960   13 
14   79/59   69   .17  2.33  14.76    90  1995  62  1967  73  1998  42  1971   14 
15   79/59   69   .16  2.49  14.92    91  1995  58  1983  73  1990  42  1973   15 
 
16   79/60   69   .17  2.66  15.09    88 *1998  68  2009 (77) 1974  41  1983   16 
17   80/60   70   .16  2.82  15.25    91  1988  69  2014  76  1974  44  1973   17 
18   80/60   70   .17  2.99  15.42    95  1956  63  2016  74  1974  42  1976   18 
19   80/60   70   .16  3.15  15.58    95  1956  60  1981  73 *2013  44  1995   19 
20   80/61   71   .17  3.32  15.75    94  1956  65  1997  73  1998  43  1981   20 
 
21   81/61   71   .17  3.49  15.92    91 *2005  60  1967  72 *1998  48 *2001   21 
22   81/61   71   .17  3.66  16.09    94  2005  61 *2015  76  1998  44  1963   22 
23   81/62   71   .18  3.84  16.27    95  1956  65  1961  75 *2010  43  1963   23 
24   81/62   72   .17  4.01  16.44    93  1958  65  1992  76  2008  49  1963   24 
25   82/62   72   .17  4.18  16.61    92 *2006  71 *1999  74 *2012  45  1979   25 
 
26   82/62   72   .17  4.35  16.78    93 *2017  67  1961  75  2008  47  2001   26 
27   82/63   72   .17  4.52  16.95    91 *2017  63  1976  74  2006  46  1961   27 
28   82/63   73   .16  4.68  17.11    91  2012  55  1992  75  2006  48  1976   28 
29   83/63   73   .16  4.84  17.27    93  2012  64  1964  75  1982  48  1984   29 
30   83/64   73   .17  5.01  17.44   (98) 2003  66  1964  75  1974  46  1984   30 
 
31   83/64   74   .16  5.17  17.60   (98) 1998  71 *2015  75  1991  47  1972   31 

* Indicates occurrences in previous years     ( ) Indicates monthly extremes
May Monthly Normals 1981-2010: 
 
Normal Max Temperature:   79.5F   Monthly Heating Degree Days:        34 
Normal Min Temperature:   59.4F   Season Total Heating Degree Days: 3189 
Normal Mean Temperature:  69.5F   Monthly Cooling Degree Days:       172 
Normal Monthly Rainfall:  5.17"   Season Total Cooling Degree Days:  246 
Normal Monthly Snowfall:   0.0"
(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 7, 2017