As of today, we have not seen any snow here in Fulton. There are places in Mid-Missouri that have reported a trace of snow, but none here. Therefore, the November snowfall average of 1.6" was not met. To my knowledge, we ran a deficit on snowfall every month last winter. Look forward to more complete data this year.
Mean High / (average): 60.2 / (53.4) +6.8
Mean Low / (average): 41.4 / (33.0) +8.4
Mean Temp / (average): 50.8 / (43.2) +7.6
High Temp: 76° on November 7
Low Temp: 27° on November 27
As stated before, we experienced a 16-day dry spell, which was abruptly ended by a 2.08" rain on the 15th (made the deer hunters pretty mad). The 5-day precip total from the 15th - 19th was 2.86". This means that 97% of our precip total for the month fell in this 5-day period.
Average monthly total for November: 3.85"
Actual monthly total for November: 2.94"
This is the first time we have had a deficit of precipitation since January.
Although we ran a deficit, we are still above the past two Novembers
For the year, we currently have a surplus of 15.98", which is unbelievable to me considering some people only get that much a year. I am up to two years since I last watered my yard. That's almost unheard of in Missouri, since we almost always have a grass-killing drought sometime each summer.
Data disaggregation of days with precip:
Missing something? Snow graph. Hopefully I'll have one for you next month.