National High and Low Temperature (for the contiguous United States) Tuesday, November 20, 2018
88 at Pembroke Pines, FL
88 at Miami (Kendall-Tamiami), FL
-20 at Cotton, MN
There is a lot going on this time of year. Some of you could probably add a few birthdays or anniversaries in there as well.
It is not your imagination, November has been a cold month. There have been a couple of days with the average temperature above normal. When it was above normal it wasn’t by much. On the other hand, we had many days below normal and a lot of them were double digits below normal. The forecast shows temperatures to remain below normal for the next two weeks. Eventually the normal temperatures will drop down to what is actually happening and we can say near normal temperatures or maybe above normal. We could only hope. The tables below show the average temperature departure from normal for each day for the month of November, through the 19th. The 20th was below normal as well just not yet in the system.
From October 1 through November 20th, 51 days, here is a look at the number of days the high temperature was above normal.
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On November 20-21, 2015 we were dealing with a major snow storm. Some locations were up around 12″. A few reports did exceed that amount. Right now we only have about 1-2″ on the ground.