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Heavy Snow For Portions of the Northeast; Great Lakes

Moderate to heavy snow will return to the Northeast and New England over the next couple of days. Heavy Lake Effect Snow will continue to the lee of the Great Lakes. Light snow will fall across portions of the Tennessee Valley; working into the Mid-Atlantic by mid-week. Meanwhile, elevated fire weather conditions will continue in southern California. Read More >

Tulsa, Oklahoma
March 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   58/36   47  0.09  0.09   3.60    93  2006  26  1980  61  1932   9  1962    1 
 2   58/36   47  0.09  0.18   3.69    84  1976  21  1943  59  1970   7 *2014    2 
 3   58/36   47  0.10  0.28   3.79    82  1955  20  2014  64  1974   3  1943    3 
 4   59/37   48  0.10  0.38   3.89    83  1938  18  1960  57 *1992   6  1960    4 
 5   59/37   48  0.11  0.49   4.00    88  1991  20  1960  60 *2009   5  1960    5 
 
 6   59/37   48  0.10  0.59   4.10    87 *1974  24  1943  64  1916  13  1943    6 
 7   60/38   49  0.11  0.70   4.21    83  1925  31 *1996  66  1974   6  1920    7 
 8   60/38   49  0.10  0.80   4.31    87  1925  24  1932  64  2006   5  1967    8 
 9   60/38   49  0.10  0.90   4.41    88  1911  28  1932  61  1925   8  1996    9 
10   61/38   49  0.10  1.00   4.51    91  1955  29 *1948  60  1955   4  1948   10 
 
11   61/39   50  0.10  1.10   4.61    94  1967 (17) 1948  62  1967  -1  1948   11 
12   61/39   50  0.10  1.20   4.71    91  1967  29  1950  63  1967 (-3) 1948   12 
13   61/39   50  0.10  1.30   4.81    92  1967  33  1975  64 *1938  12  1948   13 
14   62/40   51  0.11  1.41   4.92    85 *1977  30  1906  63  2012  13  1975   14 
15   62/40   51  0.11  1.52   5.03    84 *2013  30  1906  65  2012  21 *1970   15 
 
16   62/40   51  0.11  1.63   5.14    86  1908  31  1906  65  2012  22 *1962   16 
17   63/41   52  0.11  1.74   5.25    88  1916  34  1970  68  2012  20  1906   17 
18   63/41   52  0.11  1.85   5.36   (99) 1907  30  1965  67  2012  12  1923   18 
19   63/41   52  0.11  1.96   5.47    96  1907  32  1965  65 *2007   8  1923   19 
20   64/41   53  0.10  2.06   5.57    92 *2017  37  2010  68 *2017  11  1965   20 
 
21   64/42   53  0.11  2.17   5.68    98  1916  32  1912  66  1907  18  1974   21 
22   64/42   53  0.11  2.28   5.79    94  1995  38  2006  67  1995  15  1955   22 
23   65/42   53  0.10  2.38   5.89    91  1907  33  1974  65  2009  21  1968   23 
24   65/42   54  0.11  2.49   6.00    91  1929  30  1965  64  2007  19  1966   24 
25   65/43   54  0.11  2.60   6.11    88  1910  28  1965  66 *2007  18  1955   25 
 
26   66/43   54  0.11  2.71   6.22    87  1918  34  1955 (70) 1991  14  1955   26 
27   66/43   55  0.11  2.82   6.33    88 *1956  36  1913  69  1907  13  1913   27 
28   66/44   55  0.12  2.94   6.45    90  1963  37  1931  69  1985  17  1931   28 
29   67/44   55  0.11  3.05   6.56    90 *1967  34  1987  67  1963  24  1944   29 
30   67/44   56  0.12  3.17   6.68    86  1981  35  1926  66  1967  21  1964   30 
 
31   67/44   56  0.12  3.29   6.80    96  1974  44  1926  68  1917  24  1926   31
* Indicates occurrences in previous years     ( ) Indicates monthly extremes
March Monthly Normals: 
 
Normal Max Temperature:   62.4°F   Monthly Heating Degree Days:        438 
Normal Min Temperature:   40.1°F   Season Total Heating Degree Days:  3349 
Normal Mean Temperature:  51.3°F   Monthly Cooling Degree Days:         11 
Normal Monthly Rainfall:   3.29"   Season Total Cooling Degree Days:    12 
Normal Monthly Snowfall:    2.1" 
 
March Monthly Records: 
 
Warmest Month:  61.5°F in 2012     Wettest Month:  11.94" in 1973 
Coolest Month:  38.4°F in 1960     Driest Month:     .08" in 1971 
                                   Most Snowfall:   19.7" in 1924
(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