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Severe Storms; Fire Danger; and Strong Pacific Storms

More strong storms on tap for the Pacific Northwest this weekend. Heavy rains could produce flooding and mudslides. Saturday, a cold front moving into the central U.S. will bring potential for severe thunderstorms containing damaging winds, large hail, and isolated tornadoes; and localized flooding potential. Dry winds in southwestern California will keep fire weather threats high. Read More >

Tulsa, 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   50/28   39  0.05  0.05   1.71  (90) 1911  15  1951  53  1986  -7  1979    1 
 2   50/28   39  0.06  0.11   1.77   77  1995  16 *2011  56  1986  -1  2011    2 
 3   50/29   39  0.05  0.16   1.82   79  1934  (8) 1996  59  1986  -6  2011    3 
 4   50/29   40  0.05  0.21   1.87   81  2008  11  1905  60  2008 -11  1996    4 
 5   51/29   40  0.05  0.26   1.92   75 *1942  16  1905  60  1938   4 *1979    5 
 
 6   51/29   40  0.06  0.32   1.98   76  2017  20  2014  59  1928   4  1985    6 
 7   51/29   40  0.06  0.38   2.04   78  1909  27 *2014 (68) 1927   0  1933    7 
 8   51/30   40  0.06  0.44   2.10   79  2015  11  1933  61  2001  -5  1933    8 
 9   52/30   41  0.07  0.51   2.17   82  1932  19  2011  55  1938  -3  1979    9 
10   52/30   41  0.06  0.57   2.23   81  1922  23 *1986  63  1932 -12  2011   10 
 
11   52/30   41  0.07  0.64   2.30   86  2017  21  1981  58  2017  -3  1981   11 
12   52/30   41  0.06  0.70   2.36   86  1962  10  1905  57  1938   0  1905   12 
13   53/31   42  0.06  0.76   2.42   84  1962  18  1905  59  1938(-15) 1905   13 
14   53/31   42  0.07  0.83   2.49   80  1910  23  1951  59  1954 -10  1905   14 
15   53/31   42  0.06  0.89   2.55   80  1976  17  1909  60  1976   3  1905   15 
 
16   53/32   43  0.06  0.95   2.61   78 *1976  16  1979  51 *1927   3  1920   16 
17   54/32   43  0.07  1.02   2.68   79 *2011  18  1936  63  1911   9 *1993   17 
18   54/32   43  0.07  1.09   2.75   78 *2016  22  2006  60  1971   2  1936   18 
19   54/32   43  0.07  1.16   2.82   78  2016  24  1929  57  2016   9  1978   19 
20   55/33   44  0.07  1.23   2.89   83  1981  21  1918  64  2011   9  1918   20 
 
21   55/33   44  0.08  1.31   2.97   82  1996  28 *1968  55  1922   7  1939   21 
22   55/33   44  0.07  1.38   3.04  (90) 1996  28  1968  57 *1985  11  1963   22 
23   56/34   45  0.08  1.46   3.12   86  2017  15  1910  55 *2017  10  1910   23 
24   56/34   45  0.07  1.53   3.19   85  1918  17  2003  64  1930   8 *2003   24 
25   56/34   45  0.08  1.61   3.27   82  1917  22  2003  60 *1944  10  1965   25 
 
26   57/35   46  0.08  1.69   3.35   81  2009  20  1934  61  1996  11 *1960   26 
27   57/35   46  0.08  1.77   3.43   81  1976  20  2015  59  1981  13 *1962   27 
28   57/35   46  0.08  1.85   3.51   82 *1972  22  1962  63  2017   6  1962   28 
29   57/35   46  0.08  1.93   3.59   82  1972  21  1960  57  1972  15  1960   29
* Indicates occurrences in previous years     ( ) Indicates monthly extremes
February Monthly Normals: 
 
Normal Max Temperature:   53.2°F   Monthly Heating Degree Days:       638 
Normal Min Temperature:   31.3°F   (Leap Year use 657) 
Normal Mean Temperature:  42.3°F   Season Total Heating Degree Days: 2911 
Normal Monthly Rainfall:   1.85"   (Leap year use 2930) 
            (Leap year use 1.93")  Monthly Cooling Degree Days:         1 
Normal Monthly Snowfall:   1.8"    Season Total Cooling Degree Days:    1 

February Monthly Records:
 
Warmest Month:  51.9°F in 1930     Wettest Month:  5.74" in 1985 
Coolest Month:  27.5°F in 1905     Driest Month:   0.00" in 1904/1895 
                                   Most Snowfall:  22.5" in 2011
(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