Daily Historical Weather for May 30
The month of May in 2013 was a relatively cool and wet month for central Oklahoma. For Oklahoma City, the temperature never reached 90 degrees during the month, when we typically see at least three days in May reaching that mark. Several heavy rain events made May 2013 the wettest May on record, with 14.52 inches of rain measured at the Will Rogers World Airport observation site.
The temperature rose to a toasty 104 degrees in Oklahoma City late in the afternoon of May 30, 1985. This was the hottest May temperature ever recorded in the city.