The climate of Stillwater
is a subtropical humid climate, located in the tornado alley, which is well known. Tornado monitoring and early warning are very frequent. When an alarm is issued, the siren will sound to warn the public to take refuge. Summer in the city is sunny, hot and humid, with an average of 10 days a year, and the highest temperature can exceed 100 degrees Fahrenheit (38 degrees Celsius). Winter is usually sunny, mild and dry. The average temperature in January is 47 degrees Fahrenheit and the average annual snowfall is 7.5 inches (19.1 cm).
The highest recorded temperature in Stillwater was 115 ° f (46 ° C) on August 11, 1936, and the lowest temperature was − 18 ° f (− 28 ° C) on February 13-14, 1905 and February 4, 1996.
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