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Fall Weather Pattern Arrives

Rain and 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 rains, and very high elevations could receive heavy snow. Wetting rains to the valley floors will spread south Thu and Fri into northern California,where active fires continue. Read More >

Tulsa, Oklahoma
June 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    83 *2011  60  2012  2.83  1962  0.0    --   0    0   3574    9    9    243    1 
 2    88  1911 (56) 1946  2.14  1973  0.0    --   0    0   3574    9   18    252    2 
 3    88  1911 (56) 1970  2.30  2010  0.0    --   0    0   3574    9   27    261    3 
 4    89  1911  59  1919  3.32  2012  0.0    --   0    0   3574   10   37    271    4 
 5    90  1911  62 *1998  3.11  1952  0.0    --   0    0   3574   10   47    281    5 
 
 6    90  1911  62  1998  2.65  1974  0.0    --   0    0   3574   10   57    291    6 
 7    88  1980  60  1935 (5.80) 1919  0.0    --   0    0   3574   10   67    301    7 
 8    89  1911  61  1913  4.90  1974  0.0    --   0    0   3574   11   78    312    8 
 9    91  1911  59  1913  4.88  1941  0.0    --   0    0   3574   11   89    323    9 
10   (94) 1911  62  1955  2.10  1904  0.0    --   0    0   3574   11  100    334   10 
 
11    90  1911  63  1955  2.09  1945  0.0    --   0    0   3574   11  111    345   11 
12    87  1958  65  1985  1.70  2002  0.0    --   0    0   3574   12  123    357   12 
13    89  1958  62  1947  1.17  2015  0.0    --   0    0   3574   12  135    369   13 
14    89  1924  62  1942  3.03  2010  0.0    --   0    0   3574   12  147    381   14 
15    90  2016  64  1969  2.66  1981  0.0    --   0    0   3574   13  160    394   15 
 
16    91  1911  65  1989  2.20  2008  0.0    --   0    0   3574   13  173    407   16 
17    90 *2016  64 *2000  3.97  1980  0.0    --   0    0   3574   13  186    420   17 
18    90 *1953  62  1912  1.67  2015  0.0    --   0    0   3574   13  199    433   18 
19    90  1953  64  1920  2.00  1905  0.0    --   0    0   3574   14  213    447   19 
20    90 *1998  67  1946  1.45  1978  0.0    --   0    0   3574   14  227    461   20 
 
21    91 *1936  68 *1992  4.37  1948  0.0    --   0    0   3574   14  241    475   21 
22    92  1936  68  1912  1.67  1985  0.0    --   0    0   3574   14  255    489   22 
23    92  1925  65  1957  2.79  1995  0.0    --   0    0   3574   15  270    504   23 
24    90 *1980  67  1974  5.30  1921  0.0    --   0    0   3574   15  285    519   24 
25    91 *1980  65  1967  1.98  1967  0.0    --   0    0   3574   15  300    534   25 
 
26    90 *2012  66  1958  2.77  1948  0.0    --   0    0   3574   15  315    549   26 
27    93  2011  69 *1974  2.62  2007  0.0    --   0    0   3574   16  331    565   27 
28    91  1980  72 *1985  2.75  1977  0.0    --   0    0   3574   16  347    581   28 
29    91 *2012  69  1923  1.99  1995  0.0    --   0    0   3574   16  363    597   29 
30    91  1934  69  1943  2.90  1942  0.0    --   0    0   3574   16  379    613   30 

* Indicates occurrences in previous years     ( ) Indicates monthly extremes
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: July 13, 2017