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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
September 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    92 *2011  63  1967  2.24 1974  0.0  --    0    0      0   14   14   1715    1 
 2    92 *1939  60  1974  2.38 1934  0.0  --    0    0      0   14   28   1729    2 
 3   (94) 1939  59  1974  3.27 1962  0.0  --    0    0      0   13   41   1742    3 
 4    93 *2012  59  1974 (6.39)1940  0.0  --    0    0      0   13   54   1755    4 
 5    90 *1998  62  1974  1.62 1926  0.0  --    0    0      0   12   66   1767    5 
 
 6    91 *1998  64 *1974  4.05 1971  0.0  --    0    0      0   12   78   1779    6 
 7    92  1936  60  1986  1.90 1905  0.0  --    0    0      0   12   90   1791    7 
 8    90  2016  62  1995  5.70 2007  0.0  --    0    0      0   11  101   1802    8 
 9    88  1922  63  1941  2.67 1951  0.0  --    0    0      0   11  112   1813    9 
10    89  1936  62 *1962  3.10 1999  0.0  --    0    0      0   11  123   1824   10 
 
11    90 *2000  59  1940  2.18 1925  0.0  --    0    0      0   10  133   1834   11 
12    89  1936  58  2014  1.75 1989  0.0  --    0    0      0   10  143   1844   12 
13    89  1936  54  1989  2.45 1993  0.0  --    0    0      0    9  152   1853   13 
14    90  1956  55 *1993  2.15 1957  0.0  --    0    0      0    9  161   1862   14 
15    91  1956  55  1993  2.87 1962  0.0  --    1    1      1    9  170   1871   15 
 
16    90  1956  56  2011  5.78 1971  0.0  --    1    2      2    8  178   1879   16 
17    90  1931  55  1973  1.76 1923  0.0  --    1    3      3    8  186   1887   17 
18    90  1978  54  1971  2.39 1971  0.0  --    1    4      4    8  194   1895   18 
19    90  1954  53  1971  4.30 1974  0.0  --    1    5      5    7  201   1902   19 
20    91  1910  54  1918  1.98 1915  0.0  --    1    6      6    7  208   1909   20 
 
21    88  1980  51  1995  4.42 2009  0.0  --    1    7      7    7  215   1916   21 
22    87  1931  48  1995  3.78 1970  0.0  --    1    8      8    6  221   1922   22 
23    88  1931  52  1995  2.25 1997  0.0  --    1    9      9    6  227   1928   23 
24    85  1931  52  1989  2.33 1945  0.0  --    1   10     10    6  233   1934   24 
25    86  2012  53 *1926  2.07 1959  0.0  --    2   12     12    6  239   1940   25 
 
26    83  1920 (46) 1926  2.37 1996  0.0  --    2   14     14    5  244   1945   26 
27    84  1954  48  1926  2.94 1920  0.0  --    2   16     16    5  249   1950   27 
28    84 *1953  51  1967  1.93 1945  0.0  --    2   18     18    5  254   1955   28 
29    85  1953  50  1984  4.45 1986  0.0  --    2   20     20    5  259   1960   29 
30    82 *1977  49  1984  1.85 1959  0.0  --    2   22     22    4  263   1964   30 
 
      * Indicates occurrences in previous years      ( ) Monthly Extremes
Period of Record:

Rainfall:       1888-Present
Snowfall:       1900-Present
Temperature:    1905-Present
Normals:        1981-2010 (30 Year Average)

Updated: October 3, 2017