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Cool and Dry in the East; Turning Stormy in the Northwest

Much cooler temperatures behind a cold front will bring a feeling of fall to the East Coast today. In addition, an active fall storm pattern developing in the Pacific Northwest this week will bring areas of heavy rain and high elevation snow. Northern California will benefit from rainfall this week that will aid firefighters given the recent large wildfires. Read More >

Tulsa, Oklahoma
February 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    68  1911   8  1951  0.78  1923(13.2) 2011  26   26   2299    0    0      0    1 
 2    64  1986   8 *2011  0.69  1943  3.0  1915  26   52   2325    0    0      0    2 
 3    63  1927  (2) 1996  0.84  2012  3.7  1913  26   78   2351    0    0      0    3 
 4    71  2008   6  1996  2.27  1971  4.1  1985  25  103   2376    0    0      0    4 
 5    64 *1938  10  1905  1.36  1964  2.5  1924  25  128   2401    0    0      0    5 
 
 6    64  1999  14  2014  0.64  1999  3.2  1979  25  153   2426    0    0      0    6 
 7    67 *2009  16  1914  0.76  1980  3.7  1961  25  178   2451    0    0      0    7 
 8    67  2001   3  1933  1.32  1944  3.7  1929  25  203   2476    0    0      0    8 
 9    64  1932  10 *2011  0.79  1908  5.2  2011  24  227   2500    0    0      0    9 
10    68  1932   8  2011  2.00  1898  2.2  1902  24  251   2524    0    0      0   10 
 
11   (72) 2017   9  1981  1.18  1977  3.8  1972  24  275   2548    0    0      0   11 
12    68  1909   5  1905  1.78  1978  2.8  1982  24  299   2572    0    0      0   12 
13    66 *1962  (2) 1905  0.70  1946  6.0  1944  23  322   2595    0    0      0   13 
14    68  1954  13  1905  1.01  1951  2.7  1951  23  345   2618    0    0      0   14 
15    70  1976  14  1936  1.74  1938  6.5  1993  23  368   2641    0    0      0   15 
 
16    65  1927  11  1979  1.14  2008  2.7  2015  23  391   2664    0    0      0   16 
17    70  2011  14 *1993  1.37  1961  4.0  1987  22  413   2686    0    0      0   17 
18    64 *2016  15 *1978  1.35  1974  3.0  1902  22  435   2708    0    0      0   18 
19    68  2016  18  1929  1.31  1955  9.0  1921  22  457   2730    0    0      0   19 
20    68  2016  15  1918  1.94  1997  4.0  1969  21  478   2751    0    0      0   20 
 
21    66  1922  20  1939  1.43  1913  2.1  1971  21  499   2772    0    0      0   21 
22    66 *1996  22  1968 (2.99) 1985  0.6  1971  21  520   2793    0    0      0   22 
23    65  1930  13  1910  1.47  2001  7.0  2003  20  540   2813    0    0      0   23 
24    70  1930  13  2003  0.92  2011  2.0  1960  20  560   2833    0    0      0   24 
25    69  1944  18  2003  1.21  2013  0.7  1939  20  580   2853    0    0      0   25 
 
26    70  1996  16  1934  1.25  1984  3.0  1945  20  600   2873    0    0      0   26 
27    69  1981  17  2015  1.12  1950  4.2  1960  19  619   2892    0    0      0   27 
28    68  2017  14  1962  2.00  1987  1.7  1927  19  638   2911    0    0      0   28 
29    70  1972  18  1960  0.31  2004  0.4  1980 [19] 657   2930    0    0      0   29 

* Indicates occurrences in previous years     ( ) Indicates monthly extremes
[ ] Add February 29 Degree Days to each month's total during Leap Years only
Period of Record:

Temperature:  January 1905 - Present
Rainfall:     January 1888 - Present
Snowfall:     January 1900 - 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: March 9, 2017