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Winter Storm to Impact Eastern U.S.

A major Winter Storm will impact the eastern U.S. on Sunday into Monday. The highest snowfall totals are expected along the spine of the Appalachians as well as across the lower Great Lakes. The most significant icing is expected over the Carolinas this morning. Significant impacts to travel across these regions are expected. Read More >

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Waco - Thanksgiving Climatology

the fourth Thursday in November   (other dates prior to 1942)

Temperature
  • Normal maximum: 66°F
  • Normal minimum: 43°F
  • Number of freezes: 16
  • Number of days with maximum:
         100°F or more: 0 
         32°F or less: 0
Highest Maximum
Rank Temperature Date
1
(tie)
84 Nov 23, 1967
84 Nov 24, 1910
3 82 Nov 25, 1926
4
(tie)
80 Nov 26, 1981
80 Nov 25, 1965

 

Lowest Minimum
Rank Temperature Date
1 19 Nov 30, 1911
2 25 Nov 24, 1938
3
(tie)
27 Nov 28, 2013
27 Nov 25, 1993
27 Nov 27, 1975

  

Lowest Maximum
Rank Temperature Date
1 38 Nov 25, 1993
2 40 Nov 27, 1952
3 41 Nov 24, 1938
4 43 Nov 26, 1992
5
(tie)
45 Nov 28, 1996
45 Nov 28, 1985
45 Nov 23, 1972
45 Nov 27, 1958
Highest Minimum
Rank Temperature Date
1 67 Nov 26, 2015
2 66 Nov 24, 1966
3
(tie)
65 Nov 27, 1997
65 Nov 28, 1991
65 Nov 25, 1926
65 Nov 30, 1922
 
Precipitation
  • Number of occurrences with any precipitation: 34
  • Number of occurrences with measurable precipitation: 28
  • Average amount when precipitation occurred: 0.25"
  • Chance of measurable precipitation: 23%
  • Number of occurrences of:
         thunder: 5
         snow: 3 
         sleet (ice pellets): 2 
         freezing rain/freezing drizzle (glaze): 1 
         fog: 21
Wettest
Rank Precipitation Date
1 1.24 Nov 27, 1958
2 1.18 Nov 26, 1914
3 0.85 Nov 22, 1990
4 0.69 Nov 26, 2015
5 0.66 Nov 23, 2000