Abilene August Climatology
Record Temps Normals Temps Record Precip Normal Precip.
Date High Year Low Year High/ Low Most Year Day

1 107 2012 60 1936 95 / 73 4.79 1995 .07
2 109 1943 56 1925 95 / 73 2.21 1950 .07
3 111** 1943 61 1949 95 / 73 6.30 1978 .08
4 107 1943 62 1975 95 / 73 1.14 1955 .08
5 105 1952 62 1975 95 / 73 1.92 1893 .08

6 107 1952 61 1894 95 / 73 1.32 1898 .08
7 106 2003 62 1997 95 / 73 1.13 1966 .09
8 107 2003 57 1989  95 / 73 1.57 1949 .08
9 106 1943 56 1989 95 / 73 0.96 1960 .09
10 107 1943 62 1959 95 / 72 2.25 1914 .08

11 110 1936 58 1915  95 / 72 2.43 1906 .08
12 110 1936 57 1904 95 / 72 0.85 1984 .08
13 106 1969 58 1967 95 / 72 3.67 1914 .08
14 104 1969 58 2004 95 / 72 3.37 1985 .08
15 105 1952 62 1992  95 / 72 1.83 1920 .08

16 109 1943 62 2004 94 / 72 3.08 1920 .08
17 104 1969 61 2004 94 / 72 3.94 2007 .08
18 104 1945 62 1967 94 / 72 1.00 1910 .09
19 105 1986 60 1950 94 / 72 1.75 1910 .08
20 106 1943 57 1940  94 / 72 2.99 2004 .09

21 104 1930 57 1956 94 / 71 2.20 1937 .09
22 104 1917 58 1891 94 / 71 2.51 1941 .08
23 104 2010 55 1891 93 / 71 2.17 1969 .09
24 103 2006 55 1961 93 / 71 2.37 1888 .09
25 104 2006 58 1926 93 / 71 0.74 1911 .08

26 104 1952 54 1926 93 / 70 2.28 1914 .09
27 103 1999 59 1906 93 / 70 1.18 1923 .09
28 104 1943 50 1992 92 / 70 2.89 1974 .09
29 103 1943 58 1917 92 / 70 1.25 1892 .08
30 105 1959 53 1917 92 / 70 2.87 1963 .10
31 107 1952 48* 1915 92 / 69 1.71 1994 .09
** Highest August Temperature: 111 on 8/3/1943
** This is also the highest temperature ever recorded in Abilene
* Lowest August Temperature: 48 on 8/31/1915
Normal August Precipitation: 2.59 inches
Greatest August Precipitation: 15.70 inches in 1914
 

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