10 All-Time Hottest Weather Temperature Days in Tulsa, Oklahoma
These are the all-time ten hottest weather temperature days recorded in the city of Tulsa, Oklahoma. The temperature data for Tulsa dates back to 1905.
It can certainly get really hot in Tulsa. The all-time hottest temperature ever recorded in Tulsa is 115 degrees which occurred on August 10, 1936. The hottest temperature ever recorded in the state of Oklahoma is 120 degrees, which occurred on June 27, 1994 in Tipton. On August 2, 2011, it was 112 degrees in Tulsa, which is hot enough to make this list.
Every single date in the months of July and August in Tulsa have had at least one 100 degree weather temperature day dating back to 1905. In fact, every single date from June 13th through September 20th, have had at least one 100 degree weather temperature day.
The earliest date when a 100 degree day occurred in Tulsa was April 12th, when it was 102 degrees. The latest date when a 100 degree day occurred was September 28th, when it was also 102 degrees. On average, the temperature will reach 100 degrees or above on about 11.5 days per year in Tulsa, Oklahoma.
10 All-Time Hottest Weather Temperature Days in Tulsa
1. August 10, 1936 - 115 degrees
T-2. August 13, 1936- 114 degrees
T-2. August 11, 1936 - 114 degrees
T-2. August 9, 1936 - 114 degrees
T-5. August 12, 1936 - 113 degrees
T-5. July 19, 1936 - 113 degrees
T-5. July 18, 1936 - 113 degrees
T-8. August 2, 2011 - 112 degrees
T-8. July 14, 1954 - 112 degrees
T-8. August 12, 1934 - 112 degrees
The hottest month of the year in Tulsa, Oklahoma is July, which has a daily average temperature of 93.5 degrees, followed closely by August at 92.9 degrees. The next hottest month in Tulsa is June at 87.5 degrees, and then September which averages 83.8 degrees.