Tuesday, December 7, 2010

November Weather Summary

The dry weather continues this month.  After an extremely arid 0.54" total for October, we ended up with a slightly better 1.74" for the month of November.  The dry months stick out to us lately, since we haven't really experienced any prolonged stretches of dry weather patterns in the past three years.  I did a quick data check.  Over the past 36 months, 27 of them have exceeded the normal precip amounts, and only 9 have had deficits.  The months with deficits, ranging from 1/2008 - 11/2010 are:

Aug 08
Nov 08
Jan 09
Nov 09
Mar 10
May 10
Jun 10
Oct 10
Nov 10

It's interesting to note that the past three Novembers have run on the low side of precipitation.


Mean Temp: 45.9°
Deviation: 2.7°
Maximum:  75° on Nov. 10
Minimum:  18° on Nov. 26


Average November:  3.85"
Actual November:  1.74" (-2.11")

Days with measurable precip:  7


We did see our first flakes of the year on the 30th.  Some midday flurries and light snow just blew around, but made for a welcomed sight for me.  It's hard for me to imagine, but our average snowfall for November is 1.6"

Other Weather Info:

Days with thunder:  2
Days with fog:  1
Days with wind gust (>= 20 mph):  20

1 comment:

OSNW3 said...

WxWatcher, Novembers up here have been dry during recent times as well. Looks like we all will be getting some snow very soon. Together we are still waiting for our first inches of snowfall...