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Ntl. Weather Service: Warmest Ark. March on record

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The National Weather Service says that last month will go down as the warmest Arkansas March ever — until the next one, at least — with 46 monitoring stations around the state logging record average temperatures.

Little Rock posted an average March temperature of 64.3 degrees, the highest since records started being kept in 1879. Highest avg. temp in the whole state? Saint Charles, at 66.9 degrees.

Break out the sunscreen, kids. Something tells me this summer is gonna be a scorcher. Full list of stations posting record-setting March average temps on the jump...

SAINT CHARLES 66.9
MONTICELLO 65.8
STAR CITY/CANE CREEK 65.6
ARKANSAS POST 65.5
NORTH LITTLE ROCK 65.2
ROHWER 2NNE 65.1
ARKADELPHIA 2N 65.0
BENTON 64.7
PINE BLUFF 64.6
DES ARC 64.5
LITTLE ROCK 64.3
MARSHALL 64.2
STUTTGART 9ESE 64.0
LEOLA 63.7
HOT SPRINGS NATIONAL PARK 63.5
BEEDEVILLE 63.3
CLARENDON 63.3
HOT SPRINGS AIRPORT 63.1
BATESVILLE AIRPORT 63.0
FORDYCE 62.9
JACKSONVILLE/LITTLE ROCK AFB 62.8
BRINKLEY 62.7
MALVERN 62.4
CABOT 4SW 62.3
RUSSELLVILLE 62.2
SEARCY 62.2
NIMROD DAM 62.1
DARDANELLE 62.0
CLARKSVILLE WATER PLANT 61.7
GREERS FERRY DAM 61.7
SPARKMAN 61.6
MOUNT IDA 61.5
HARDY 61.4
NEWPORT 61.4
MOUNTAIN HOME 1NNW 60.8
MOUNTAIN VIEW 60.7
HARRISON 60.5
BATESVILLE LOCK AND DAM 60.4
CLARKSVILLE 6NE 60.1
MURFREESBORO 1W 59.7
EVENING SHADE 1NNE 59.5
BATESVILLE LIVESTOCK 59.4
GILBERT 58.5
MAMMOTH SPRING 58.4
DEER 57.6
LEAD HILL 56.6

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