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Quick HOT Weather Temperature Facts For

Oklahoma City, OK (since 1891)

Facts and Tidbits:

  • Average First 90° Temperature - ~May 6. The first 90-degree temperature this year occurred on May 3rd (91o).
  • Average Last 90° Temperature - ~September 27th
  • Average First 100° Temperature - ~July 9th
  • Average Last 100° Temperature - ~August 20th
  • Earliest 90° Temperature - February 1, 1911 (90°)
  • Latest 90° Temperature - October 26, 1891 (92°)
  • Latest 100° Temperature - September 30, 1977 (100°)
  • Earliest 100° Temperature  - April 12, 1972 (100°)
  • Last 100° Temperature in 2011 - September 13th (102°)
  • First 100° Temperature in 2012 - June 25th (103°)
  • Hottest Temperature on Record - 113° (August 11, 1936 and August 3, 2012). In 1936, the high temperature was 112° on August 10th and 110° on August 12th.
  • Hottest Temperature of 2011 - 110° (July 9, August 5, August 6)
  • Hottest Temperature of 2012 - 113° (August 3)
  • Warmest Low Temperature on Record - 83° (July 25, 1934, August 1, 1934, August 12 and 13, 1936)
  • Average Temperature for the Hottest Climatological Summer (June thru August) - 87.5 (2011). The previous record was 85.9° (1934 and 1980).
  • Average Temperature for the Hottest June - 85.4° (1953)
  • Average Temperature for the Hottest July - 89.2° (2011). The average high temperature was 102.5°.
  • Average Temperature for the Hottest August - 89.0 (2011) The previous record was 88.7° (1936).
  • Average Temperature for the Hottest September - 82.2° (1931)
  • Hottest June Temperature on Record - 107° (June 22, 1936)
  • Hottest July Temperature on Record - 110° (July 6, 1996 & July 9, 2011)
  • Hottest August Temperature on Record - 113° (August 11, 1936 and August 3, 2012)
  • Hottest September Temperature on Record - 108° (September 2 & September 3, 2000)

High Temperatures ≥ 110°:

  • August 10, 1936 - 112°
  • August 11, 1936 - 113°
  • August 12, 1936 - 110°
  • August 2, 1980 - 110°
  • July 6, 1996 - 110°
  • July 9, 2011 - 110°
  • August 5, 2011 - 110°
  • August 6, 2011 - 110°
  • August 1, 2012 - 112°
  • August 2, 2012 - 112°
  • August 3, 2012 - 113°

Notable 90° & 100° Streaks:

  • Most Consecutive 100°+ Days - 22 (August 4 - 26, 1936). The most recent streak was 17 consecutive days ending on September 4, 2000 (3rd longest).
  • Most Consecutive Days With Temperatures ≥ 105° - 7 (July 31-August 6, 2011)
  • Most Consecutive Days With Temperatures ≥ 110° - 3 (August 10-August 12, 1936)
  • Most Consecutive 90°+ Days - 71 (June 23 - September 1, 1980 and June 1 - August 10, 2011).
  • Fewest 100°+ Temperatures in a Calendar Year - 0 (Numerous times, most recently in 2004)
  • Most 100°+ Temperatures in a Calendar Year - 63 (2011) The previous record was 50 (1980).
  • Most 100°+ Temperatures in June - 12 (1953)
  • Most 100°+ Temperatures in July - 27 (2011)
  • Most 100°+ Temperatures in August - 24 (2000)
  • Most 100°+ Temperatures in September - 7 (2000)
  • Highest Number of Days With Temperatures ≥ 90° in a Calendar Year - 113 (1998)
  • Highest Number of Days With Temperatures ≥ 90° in June - 30 (2011)
  • Highest Number of Days With Temperatures ≥ 90° in July - 31 (1954, 1980, 2003, 2006, 2011)
  • Highest Number of Days With Temperatures ≥ 90° in August - 31 (1980, 1999, 2000)
  • Highest Number of Days With Temperatures ≥ 90° in September - 25 (1939)

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