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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 >

Tulsa, 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  1.63 1973  6.0 1927  19   19   2930    0    0      1    1 
 2    69  1976  14  1943  2.06 1988  6.4 2002  18   37   2948    0    0      1    2 
 3    72  1955  12  2014  2.30 2004  0.8 1975  18   55   2966    0    0      1    3 
 4    69  1938  12  1960  1.53 1915  7.0 1964  18   73   2984    0    0      1    4 
 5    74  1956  13  1960  1.16 1933  9.4 1989  17   90   3001    0    0      1    5 
 
 6    70  2009  19  1943  1.57 1973  0.5 1948  17  107   3018    0    0      1    6 
 7    74  1974  20 *1943  2.72 1998  1.0 1967  17  124   3035    0    0      1    7 
 8    71 *2006  18  1996  1.67 1994(12.1)1994  16  140   3051    0    0      1    8 
 9    71  1974  20  1932  1.95 1922  3.5 1924  16  156   3067    0    0      1    9 
10    76  1955  17  1948  1.91 1974  6.2 1948  16  172   3083    0    0      1   10 
 
11    78  1967  (8) 1948  1.97*1990  7.8 1968  15  187   3098    0    0      1   11 
12    77  1967  15  1948  1.85 1902  8.4 1958  15  202   3113    0    0      1   12 
13    77  1918  27  1975  1.40 1937  7.3 1999  15  217   3128    0    0      1   13 
14    69 *2012  28  1975  1.56 1945  1.4 1924  15  232   3143    0    0      1   14 
15    73  2012  27  1906  2.64 1944   T *1991  14  246   3157    0    0      1   15 
 
16    72  2012  28  1906  1.34 1998  8.9 1970  14  260   3171    0    0      1   16 
17    74  2011  29  1906  1.45 1977  2.4 1958  14  274   3185    0    0      1   17 
18    78  1907  25  1965  2.75 2008  0.2 1934  13  287   3198    0    0      1   18 
19    77  1907  23  1923  2.81 2012  1.0 1914  13  300   3211    0    0      1   19 
20    80  2017  27  1965  1.70 1909 11.5 1924  13  313   3224    0    0      1   20 
 
21    79  1907  28  1913 (3.25)1921  3.5 1955  13  326   3237    0    0      1   21 
22   (81) 1995  31  2002  1.25 1926   T *2013  12  338   3249    1    1      2   22 
23    76  1907  28  1974  2.50 1969  1.5 2006  12  350   3261    1    2      3   23 
24    75  1910  26  1965  2.00 1913  0.2 1990  12  362   3273    1    3      4   24 
25    75  1910  25  1965  3.18 1920  0.4 1965  12  374   3285    1    4      5   25 
 
26    76  1991  24  1955  2.48 1922  1.0 1913  11  385   3296    1    5      6   26 
27    78  1907  25  1913  1.86 1975  1.0 1913  11  396   3307    1    6      7   27 
28    78  1985  27  1931  3.05 2004  9.9 2009  11  407   3318    1    7      8   28 
29    79  1963  32  1987  2.15 1918   T *1988  10  417   3328    1    8      9   29 
30    73 *2012  32 *1964  1.78 1973   T  1964  10  427   3338    1    9     10   30 
 
31    77  1974  34  1926  1.21 1957  3.5 1926  10  437   3348    1   10     11   31 

* Indicates occurrences in previous years     ( ) Indicates monthly extremes
Periods 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: April 4, 2017