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/-4.4

Superior

55.9 23.5 39.7 -0.2 86/8th 12/30th 0.11/T -1.60/-3.6

York

54.3 28.2 41.2 +3.4 87/8th 12/30th 0.16/0.0 -1.66/

Beloit

57.1 26.8 42.0 +0.9 87/8th 15/30th 0.05/0.0 -1.42/-1.4

Phillipsburg

56.7 25.4 41.0 +2.2 85/8th 13/30th 0.40/T -0.71/-2.3

Plainville

55.6 28.4 42.0 +2.6 86/8th 14/30th 0.42/T -1.37/-2.3

November was a rollercoaster month when reviewing temperatures...with alternating cold and warm days throughout the month.  New daily record high temperatures were set at many locations on the 8th and again on the 22nd.  Average monthly temperatures did a complete 180 from October with all but Superior finishing above normal for the month.  There was little moisture with the bulk of the precipitation coming on the 14th and 15th.  Only a few locations received measurable snowfall during a month that normally measures

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

YELLOW indicates above normal temperature.

BLUE indicates below normal temperature.

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