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Stormy Weather in the Northwest; Fire Weather Threat Redeveloping in Southern California this Weekend

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Tulsa, Oklahoma
December 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   53/33   43  0.09  0.09  38.57   77 *2012  26  1985  59 *2012  13  2006    1 
 2   53/33   43  0.08  0.17  38.65   76 *2012  24  1985  58  1951   9  2006    2 
 3   53/32   43  0.09  0.26  38.74   77  1916  27  1919  60  1998  14  2006    3 
 4   52/32   42  0.08  0.34  38.82   77  1906  27  1972  61  2001  16  2006    4 
 5   52/32   42  0.09  0.43  38.91   77 *1989  30  2013  61  1980  10  1950    5 
 
 6   52/32   42  0.09  0.52  39.00   77 *1966  18  1972 (64) 1980   3  1950    6 
 7   51/31   41  0.08  0.60  39.08  (80) 1966  19  1909  55  1916   4  1950    7 
 8   51/31   41  0.09  0.69  39.17   73 *1991  19  1909  61  1946  -3  1917    8 
 9   51/31   41  0.09  0.78  39.26   75  1993  22  1937  58  1946   0 *2005    9 
10   50/30   40  0.08  0.86  39.34   74  1996  22  1917  56  1996   3 *1919   10 
 
11   50/30   40  0.09  0.95  39.43   76  1929  27  1917  53  1929   4  1917   11 
12   50/30   40  0.08  1.03  39.51   73 *2015  19  1932  63  2015   3  1962   12 
13   49/30   40  0.09  1.12  39.60  (80) 1948  19  1917  54  1927   4  1917   13 
14   49/30   39  0.08  1.20  39.68   75  2008  20  1926 (64) 1948   4  1958   14 
15   49/29   39  0.08  1.28  39.76   77  1948  19  1951  58  1929  -1  1989   15 
 
16   49/29   39  0.09  1.37  39.85   77  1908  15  1932  57  2006   3  1989   16 
17   49/29   39  0.08  1.45  39.93   78  1908  23 *1964  61  1908   2  1932   17 
18   48/29   39  0.08  1.53  40.01   72  1939  20  2016  48  1939   3  2016   18 
19   48/29   38  0.08  1.61  40.09   70 *2012   9  1983  55  1978  -1  1924   19 
20   48/29   38  0.08  1.69  40.17   75  1966  17  1924  49  1967   3  1924   20 
 
21   48/28   38  0.09  1.78  40.26   70  1979  15  1916  48  1941   0 *1989   21 
22   48/28   38  0.08  1.86  40.34   71 *1982   7 *1989  55  1979  -6  1989   22 
23   48/28   38  0.08  1.94  40.42   73  1982   9  1983  60  1982 (-8) 1989   23 
24   48/28   38  0.07  2.01  40.49  (80) 1955  (5) 1983  54  1982  -2  1983   24 
25   48/28   38  0.08  2.09  40.57   73  1922  12  1983  51 *2016  -2  1983   25 
 
26   47/28   38  0.07  2.16  40.64   76  2008  23  1983  57  1936   9  1914   26 
27   47/28   38  0.07  2.23  40.71   77  1946  27  1915  55  1946   8  1925   27 
28   47/28   38  0.07  2.30  40.78   74  1928  20  1917  62  1984   0  1924   28 
29   47/28   38  0.06  2.36  40.84   71 *1984  12  1917  53  2006   3 *1983   29 
30   47/28   38  0.07  2.43  40.91   77  1951  20  1946  58 *2004   2  1983   30 
 
31   47/28   37  0.06  2.49  40.97   78  1951  18  1927  57  2004   0 *1969   31 
     * Indicates occurrences in previous years      ( ) Monthly Extremes
December Monthly Normals 1981-2010: 
 
Normal Max Temperature:   49.3F   Monthly Heating Degree Days:       792 
Normal Min Temperature:   29.6F   Season Total Heating Degree Days: 1428 
Normal Mean Temperature:  39.5F   Monthly Cooling Degree Days:         0 
Normal Monthly Rainfall:  2.49"   Season Total Cooling Degree Days: 2037 
Normal Monthly Snowfall:   2.3" 
 
December Monthly Records: 
 
Warmest Month:  47.3F in 1931        Wettest Month:  8.70" in 1984 
Coolest Month:  26.7F in 1983        Driest Month:   0.00" in 1900/1889 
                                           Most Snowfall:  11.4" in 2000
(Monthly temperature records are computed by adding all of the daily mean
 temperatures and then dividing by the number of days in the month.)

 

Updated: January 10, 2017