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Snow Will Persist in the Northeast and Great Lake States

Heavy Lake Effect snow will continue to the lee of the Great Lakes for the next couple of days. Snow will also return to the Northeast by Tuesday as another front moves in. Bitter cold wind chills can be expected in the Upper Mississippi Valley. Freezing temperatures will even impact central Florida. Meanwhile, elevated fire weather conditions will persist in southern California. Read More >

NOVEMBER NORMALS & EXTREMES

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  TEMP NORMALS WARMEST COOLEST COOLEST WARMEST NORM RECORD NORMS
 DAY MAX MIN MEAN MAX/YR MAX/YR MIN/YR MIN/YR RAIN RAIN/YR HDD CDD
 1 77 55 66 91/1934* 53/1895 30/1917 74/2004 0.15 2.86/1929 3 4
SUNRISE 0622 CST          SUNSET 1721 CST
 2 77 55 66 88/1971* 48/1966 30/1966 72/2017 0.16 7.24/1995 3 3
SUNRISE 0623 CST          SUNSET 1720 CST
 3 76 54 65 92/1936 52/1991* 26/1966 70/1946 0.16 1.08/1923 3 3
SUNRISE 0624 CST          SUNSET 1719 CST
 4 76 54 65 89/1906 51/1991 27/1899 71/2017* 0.16 2.05/1938 3 3
SUNRISE 0625 CST          SUNSET 1718 CST
 5 76 54 65 86/2015 54/1995 27/1991 71/2017 0.17 2.62/1973 3 3
SUNRISE 0625 CST          SUNSET 1718 CST
 6 75 54 64 89/2015 51/1992* 32/1954* 71/2017* 0.15 1.77/2015 4 3
SUNRISE 0626 CST          SUNSET 1717 CST
 7 75 53 64 88/1924 53/1959 28/1959 71/2017 0.16 1.87/2015 4 3
SUNRISE 0627 CST          SUNSET 1716 CST
 8 75 53 64 88/1927 48/1991 29/1991 73/1986 0.15 1.37/2000 4 3
SUNRISE 0628 CST          SUNSET 1716 CST
 9 74 53 64 87/1915 53/1991* 27/1991 69/1975* 0.15 1.10/1990 4 3
SUNRISE 0629 CST          SUNSET 1715 CST
 10 74 53 63 87/1927 50/1950 28/1956 73/2002 0.14 3.75/1940 4 3
SUNRISE 0629 CST          SUNSET 1714 CST
 11 74 52 63 87/1915 48/1968 30/1953 74/1903 0.14 3.28/1929 4 2
SUNRISE 0630 CST          SUNSET 1714 CST
 12 74 52 63 86/1933 53/1976* 28/1950 74/1916 0.13 1.89/1997 5 2
SUNRISE 0631 CST          SUNSET 1713 CST
 13 73 52 62 86/2005* 46/1976 27/1911* 74/1993 0.13 3.71/1961 5 2
SUNRISE 0632 CST          SUNSET 1713 CST
 14 73 51 62 87/1951 41/1908 29/1911* 71/1955 0.14 3.22/1989 5 2
SUNRISE 0633 CST          SUNSET 1712 CST
 15 73 51 62 86/1951* 46/1920 25/1916 74/1958 0.13 5.68/1993 5 2
SUNRISE 0634 CST          SUNSET 1712 CST
 16 72 51 62 87/1902 46/1898 21/1916 72/1958 0.14 3.53/1927 5 2
SUNRISE 0634 CST          SUNSET 1711 CST
 17 72 51 61 90/1914* 47/1937 25/1920 73/1957 0.12 2.01/2015 6 2
SUNRISE 0635 CST          SUNSET 1711 CST
 18 72 50 61 90/1914* 45/2000* 25/1959 72/1906 0.13 4.44/2000 6 2
SUNRISE 0636 CST          SUNSET 1710 CST
 19 71 50 61 84/1930 48/1903 22/1903 75/1906 0.13 1.61/1953 6 2
SUNRISE 0637 CST          SUNSET 1710 CST
 20 71 50 60 84/1933* 43/1937 26/1903 76/1906 0.14 3.57/1934 6 2
SUNRISE 0638 CST          SUNSET 1709 CST
 21 71 50 60 85/1915 48/1972* 26/1937 70/1900 0.14 3.28/1953 6 2
SUNRISE 0639 CST          SUNSET 1709 CST
 22 70 49 60 88/1900 43/1964 29/2000 70/1900 0.13 2.58/1940 7 1
SUNRISE 0639 CST          SUNSET 1709 CST
 23 70 49 59 85/1955* 43/1929 28/1925 72/1973 0.15 1.21/1979 7 1
SUNRISE 0640 CST          SUNSET 1709 CST
 24 70 49 59 84/1914* 44/1970 25/1917 72/1973 0.14 3.09/1986 7 1
SUNRISE 0641 CST          SUNSET 1708 CST
 25 69 48 59 85/1921 46/2013 24/1938 70/2010 0.15 2.82/1944 7 1
SUNRISE 0642 CST          SUNSET 1708 CST
 26 69 48 59 84/1951* 44/1980 29/1956* 75/1973 0.15 4.72/1948 8 1
SUNRISE 0643 CST          SUNSET 1708 CST
 27 69 48 58 83/1989* 48/2013 25/1903 72/2001* 0.15 3.88/2003 8 1
SUNRISE 0644 CST          SUNSET 1708 CST
 28 68 48 58 88/1914* 47/1992 22/1938 70/1905 0.16 2.73/1976 8 1
SUNRISE 0644 CST          SUNSET 1708 CST
 29 68 48 58 84/1949* 40/1976* 25/1911 72/2016 0.15 2.00/1897 8 1
SUNRISE 0645 CST          SUNSET 1708 CST
 30 68 47 58 83/2006* 38/1896 22/1911 71/1991 0.15 2.25/1968 9 1
SUNRISE 0646 CST          SUNSET 1707 CST
 MON 72.3 51.0 61.6         4.35   163 63

 

Note: Daily sums/averages will not equal monthly sums/averages due to rounding - click here for more info

 

  Normals are for the 30-year period from 1981-2010

Extremes (or records) are for the period of record (1893-2017) 

 

  Bold colored records indicate extreme for the month

Italicized bold colored records indicate most recent of multiple occurrences 

 
* Asterisks indicate records which tied previous records; asterisked value was the last year record occurred