WEST TENNESSEE (Memphis)
Climate data is a record of weather patterns over time. You can use the current average frost dates to approximate the collecting season in West Tennessee. The other data I came across while looking for the frost dates, so I’ve included them out of interest. For the period between 1883 and 1933, the average number of days between frost dates was 202; the current average is 237 days.
|ANNUAL MEAN HIGH||70.0°F||74.4°F|
|ANNUAL MEAN LOW||53.3°F||54.1°F|
|AVERAGE LAST FROST||April 6||March 22|
|AVERAGE FIRST FROST||October 24||November 13|
CURRENT FORECAST (JACKSON)
Here’s a general weather forecast for the area to help you plan your collecting trips!
1933 DATA (50 years of records):
United States Department of the Interior,
Geological Survey of West Tennessee
CURRENT DATA (133 years of records):
The University of Tennessee Institute of Agriculture,
Southeast Regional Climate Center
Cirrus Weather Solutions