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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
March Climate Data (Page 2)

    |-- 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    77  2006  20  1980  1.07  1973  1.5  1994  16   16   2625    0    0      0    1 
 2    73  1976  24  1980  1.45  1988  4.0  1971  16   32   2641    0    0      0    2 
 3    72  1974  13  2002  2.10  2008    T  1975  16   48   2657    0    0      0    3 
 4    73  1967  20  1960  2.11  1959  3.0  1989  15   63   2672    0    0      0    4 
 5    72  1956  22  1989  1.21  1957  4.0  1989  15   78   2687    0    0      0    5 
  
 6    74  1974  23  1989  1.02  1973  4.1  1967  15   93   2702    0    0      0    6 
 7    74  1974  26  1989  1.12  1978    T  1957  15  108   2717    0    0      0    7 
 8    74  1974  29  1967  1.79  1994    T  1998  14  122   2731    0    0      0    8 
 9    73  1990  30  1969  0.88  2006  2.0  1964  14  136   2745    0    0      0    9 
10    76  1955  30  1998  3.07  1974  0.0    --  14  150   2759    0    0      0   10 
 
11    80  1967  30  1998  1.69  1968  1.0  1968  13  163   2772    0    0      0   11 
12    79  1967  30  1998  1.86  1999  4.0  1958  13  176   2785    0    0      0   12 
13    77  1967  29  1975  1.38  1972  2.5  1975  13  189   2798    0    0      0   13 
14    73  2012  28  1975  2.02  1990    T  1999  13  202   2811    0    0      0   14 
15    73  2012  37  1978  2.63  2014  0.0    --  12  214   2823    0    0      0   15 
 
16    72  2012  35  1960  2.12  1970  0.0    --  12  226   2835    0    0      0   16 
17    73  2012  34  1960  1.63  2008    T  1970  12  238   2847    0    0      0   17 
18    72 *2012  30  1965  3.83  2008    T  1981  12  250   2859    0    0      0   18 
19    74  2017  25  1965  2.85  2002    T  1965  11  261   2870    0    0      0   19 
20    79  2017  27  1965  2.19  1968    T  1968  11  272   2881    0    0      0   20 
 
21    76  2017  33  1974  1.49  2005    T  1955  11  283   2892    0    0      0   21 
22    71  2011  34  1968  1.60  1966  0.2  1968  11  294   2903    0    0      0   22 
23    72  2017  35  2006  2.85  1969    T  1965  11  305   2914    0    0      0   23 
24    72  2015  31  1965  1.93  1973    T  1965  10  315   2924    0    0      0   24 
25    71  2015  29  1965  1.49  1961  0.8  1965  10  325   2934    0    0      0   25 
 
26    74  1991  24  1955  2.74  1977  0.0    --  10  335   2944    0    0      0   26 
27    72 *2012  31  1955  3.21  1977  0.0    --  10  345   2954    0    0      0   27 
28    78  1985  36  2009  1.20  1989  0.0    --   9  354   2963    0    0      0   28 
29    75  1963  32  1975  4.03  1985  1.0  1975   9  363   2972    0    0      0   29 
30    73  1967  36  1987  1.22  1961    T  1964   9  372   2981    0    0      0   30 
 
31    79  1974  42  1954  1.88  1968  0.0    --   9  381   2990    0    0      0   31 
 
* Indicates occurrences in previous years     ( ) Indicates monthly extremes
Period of Record:

Temperature:  1953-Present
Rainfall:     1953-Present
Snowfall:     1953-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: April 4, 2017