Fort Worth Weather In January
In the last 11 years the highest measured January temperature in Fort Worth was 85 degrees Fahrenheit, most recently encountered on January 8, 2006, and the normal high is 55. The lowest documented temperature for Fort Worth for the past 11 years in January was 14 most recently registered on January 7, 1996, while the regular low temperature for a given day during the month is 36.
United States National Weather Service historical Fort Worth January Weather data shows that on January 12, 1997, the high temperature did not exceed 22 degrees Fahrenheit, the lowest high measured in Fort Worth in the past 11 years. Weather Service records additionally show that on January 3, 2004, the recorded low temperature for the day did not drop below 65 degrees, the highest low measured in Fort Worth in the last 11 years.
Historical weather data accumulated by the National Weather Service shows that the average daily high temperature in Fort Worth on January First is 59 degrees Fahrenheit and the average high on the last day of January is 53 degrees. The low temperature in Fort Worth in January on the first day of the month averages 42 degrees and the low temperature on the last day of the month averages 35 degrees.
Fort Worth usually receives an average of 1.89 inches of precipitation during the month. January Fort Worth Weather records indicated that on January 13, 1950 Fort Worth received 2.22 inches of precipitation, the most rain recorded in a single day in January. Fort Worth receives an average of 1.1 inches of snow in January. The highest snowfall on a single day in January was 0.9 inches on January 1, 1996.