ARDMORE DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY
410 W MAIN ST • ARDMORE, OK 73401
(580) 223-6162 • Fax: (580) 223-7825


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Climate and Topography

The City of Ardmore, Oklahoma lies 25 miles north of the Red River, which serves as the border between Oklahoma and Texas. North of Ardmore, Oklahoma lies the Arbuckle Mountain range, a scenic recreational destination for residents and tourists alike.

The area offers an average of 343 flying days per year. Winters are mild. Contrary to some impressions of Oklahoma, the Ardmore area features rolling green hills, crystal blue lakes, and generally mild weather suited for outdoor activities.

 

Weather
Annual rainfall average 38.53”
Annual snowfall average 3.8”
Percentage of possible sunshine – average per year 50%-75%
Relative humidity average 69%
Flying days – average per year 343
Annuals days in growing season 223
Average daily temperature
July  
High 95°
Average 84°
Low 73°
January  
High 53°
Average 41.9°
Low 30.9°
Mean average temperature 63°
Topography
Elevation (mean feet above sea level)  
Official elevation for Ardmore 870’
Average 850’
Range 800’ – 900’
Sources: Oklahoma Geological and Climatological Surveys

"We have many plants in North America and always recommend to those communities that they model their program after the Ardmore Development Authority. The ADA is considered a partner to our business."

Dave Brenner,
Former Plant Manager, Michelin North America

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ARDMORE DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY
410 W MAIN ST • ARDMORE, OK 73401
(580) 223-6162 • Fax: (580) 223-7825