Climate Connection – November 2006

Station

Average High

Average Low

Average Monthly

+/- Normal

Highest Temp/Day

Lowest Temp/Day

Pcpn/Snow

+/- Normal

Grand Island

51.4 25.8 38.6 +2.2 84/8th 8/30th 0.21/0.5 -1.20/-4.3

Hastings

52.9 26.7 39.8 +2.6 85/8th 8/30th 0.24/T -1.22/-3.4

Kearney

50.1 25.1 37.6 +1.8 84/8th 9/30th 0.62/1.6 -0.60/-3.1

Beaver City

55.8 23.4 39.6 +0.3 89/8th 8/30th 0.26/0.0 -1.05/-4.4

Gothenburg

51.0 24.7 37.9 +1.7 82/8th 3/30th 0.11/M -0.78/M

Greeley

49.9 21.6 35.8 +1.7 81/8th 6/30th 0.52/T -0.92/-3.1

Hebron

55.9# 23.9# 39.9# +1.9 86/8th 10/30th 0.07/0.0 -1.54/-3.3

Holdrege

50.0# 24.6# 37.3# +0.9 84/8th 11/30th 0.42/T -0.88/

Superior

               

York

               

Beloit

               

Phillipsburg

               

Plainville

               

October started out with above normal warmth through the 9th then cooled off significantly for much of the rest of the month.  For many locations...this October was one of the coolest on record and finished well within the top 10 coolest October's of record since the late 1800's...Beaver City...5th coolest...Superior...tied with October 1908 as the 6th coolest.  Most locations also suffered a moisture deficit with most of the precipitation falling during the middle two weeks of the month.  While October is the first month of the snow season with measurable snow...only a trace was registered this October.  The first snow of the season fell at Greeley when a trace of snow fell on the 12th.     

Note: # one day or more of missing data. * the last of several occurrences. @ hail reported.

YELLOW indicates above normal temperature.

BLUE indicates below normal temperature.

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