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Heavy Rain in the Deep South; Fire Weather Threats Persist in Northern California

A slow moving front draped across the South Plains and Southeast will focus showers and thunderstorms with heavy rain across saturated areas and could lead to flash flooding. Isolated severe storms along the front may produce large hail and damaging winds. Strong, gusty winds in Northern California will keep fire weather threats Critical. Heavy snow in the Rockies will slowly diminish. Read More >

NWS Shreveport Climate Information
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Daily Normal, Average, and Record Temperatures
Shreveport, LA Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun July Aug Sept Oct Nov Dec
Monroe, LA Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun July Aug Sept Oct Nov Dec
El Dorado, AR Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun July Aug Sept Oct Nov Dec
Texarkana, TX Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun July Aug Sept Oct Nov Dec
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Longview, TX Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun July Aug Sept Oct Nov Dec
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Extreme Yearly Data for Shreveport
Wettest   Driest
  Year Total Precip
(inches)
Departure From Normal (inches)     Year Total Precip
(inches)
Departure From Normal (inches)
#1 1991 81.99 30.69   #1 1899 23.10 -28.20
#2 1997 69.20 17.90   #2 1936 26.74 -24.56
#3 1957 67.23 15.93   #3 1918 26.93 -24.37
#4 1880 66.60 15.30   #4 1924 28.65 -22.65
#5 1884 65.85 14.55   #5 1903 29.26 -22.04
#6 1990 65.64 14.34   #6 1963 30.03 -21.27
#7 2015 65.26 13.96   #7 1943 30.64 -20.66
#8 1882 64.78 13.48   #8 2010 30.73 -20.57
#9 1946 64.53 13.23   #9 1893 32.06 -19.24
#10 1979 63.92 12.62   #10 1909 32.16 -19.14
#11 1933 63.71 12.41   #11 1921 32.16 -19.14
#12 1905 63.12 11.82   #12 1977 32.18 -19.12
#13 2004 62.94 11.64   #13 1964 32.31 -18.99
#14 1940 62.16 10.86   #14 1916 32.34 -18.96
#15 1974 61.46 10.16   #15 2005 32.98 -18.32
 
Warmest   Coolest
  Year Average
Temp.
(deg F)
Departure From Normal (deg F)     Year Average
Temp.
(deg F)
Departure From Normal (deg F)
#1 2016 68.9 3.2   #1 1983 63.2 -2.6
#2 2012 68.7 3.0   #2 1979 63.5 -2.3
#3 1933 68.6 2.9   #3 1912 63.7 -2.1
#4 1921 68.5 2.8   #4 1976 63.7 -2.0
#5 1938 68.4 2.7   #5 1895 63.8 -1.9
#6 1939 68.3 2.5   #6 1978 63.8 -1.9
#7 2011 68.2 2.5   #7 1968 64.0 -1.8
#8 1927 68.2 2.4   #8 1903 64.0 -1.7
#9 2006 68.1 2.4   #9 1958 64.1 -1.7
#10 1998 68.0 2.2   #10 1960 64.1 -1.6
#11 1934 68.0 2.2   #11 1917 64.2 -1.6
#12 2005 67.8 2.1   #12 1872 64.2 -1.6
#13 1954 67.8 2.1   #13 1961 64.3 -1.4
#14 2015 67.7 2.0   #14 1989 64.3 -1.4
#15 1882 67.5 1.8   #15 1892 64.4 -1.4

 

 
Climatological Facts for Shreveport and the Surrounding Area
 
Sunrise and Sunset Times from the U.S. Naval Observatory, Astronomical Applications Department
 
Complete Sky and Date Data from the U.S. Naval Observatory, Astronomical Applications Department