ArkLaMiss Cool Spell Sets Records

Published 07/19 2014 03:30PM

Updated 08/02 2014 02:44PM

A cool front and mid-level trough brought a cool spell of weather to the ArkLaMiss last week. A combination of rainfall, cloud cover, and a cooler air mass moving in from the north kept daytime temperatures cooler than 90 degrees. Even surface high pressure allowed for unseasonably cooler weather during the morning hours. The cool spell lasted about 3 days. Here is a summary:


THURSDAY JULY 17th:


Monroe, Vicksburg, & Alexandria set new records for the lowest temperatures seen on a July 17th:

Record cool low temperatures


Texarkana, Shreveport, El Dorado, Monroe, and Greenville set the record for the coolest high temperatures on a July 17th:




FRIDAY JULY 18th:


Texarkana, Shreveport, and El Dorado set new records for the lowest temperatures seen on a July 18th:




Texarkana, Shreveport, El Dorado, Monroe, and Greenville set the record for the coolest high temperatures on a July 17th. Monroe set the record for the coolest high temperature recorded for the month of July:




SATURDAY JULY 19th:


Texarkana tied the record for the lowest temperature seen on a July 19th:




Texarkana, Shreveport, El Dorado, Monroe, Vicksburg, and Greenville set the record for the coolest high temperatures on a July 19th:




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