For the Month of November...
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Day1...
1937: The highest temperatures on record at St. Louis for the month of November (86 degrees) was recorded.

1979: Severe thunderstorms produced damaging winds of up to 57mph (50kts) in Boone county.

Day2...

No significant events were recorded.

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Day3...

No significant events were recorded.

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Day4...

No significant events were recorded.

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Day5...

2005: A severe weather outbreak resulted in numerous reports of large hail and damaging winds throughout the whole area. More information can be found in our events archives.

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Day6...

1915: The highest temperature on record at Columbia for the month of November (84 degrees) was recorded.

1885: A tornado causing F3 damage moved through Pike and Brown counties in Illinois. It unroofed a house on the S edge of New Salem, but luckily only 2 people were injured.

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Day7...

1915: The highest temperature on record at Quincy for the month of November (84 degrees) was recorded.

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Day8...

1915: The highest temperature on record at Quincy for the month of November (84 degrees) was recorded.

1991: An early season cold wave hit mid-Missouri and some daily records were broken by as much as 13 degrees.

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Day9...

No significant events were recorded.

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Day10...

No significant events were recorded.

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Day11...

1911: Columbia set a then record high of 82 degrees. Later in the day a cold front passed and the temperature dropped 69 degrees to set a then record low of 13 degrees all in the same day.

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Day12...

1912: A tornado causing F2 damage moved through Randolph county (IL). Fourteen homes were damaged and a few were unroofed.

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Day13...

No significant events were recorded.

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Day14...

No significant events were recorded.

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Day15...

1988: A tornado outbreak produces 4 separate tornadoes that cause F2 and F3 damage in St. Charles county in Missouri and Greene, St. Clair, and Madison counties in Illinois. The outbreak was responsible for 10 injuries.

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Day16...

No significant events were recorded.

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Day17...

1892: A tornado causing F3 damage in Randolph county (IL) formed 10 miles WSW of Red Bud and moved ENE. About 80 buildings were damaged or destroyed, including 43 homes. A mother and child were killed, and a total of 7 were injured by this tornado.

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Day18...

No significant events were recorded.

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Day19...

No significant events were recorded.

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Day20...

No significant events were recorded.

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Day21...

No significant events were recorded.

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Day22...

No significant events were recorded.

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Day23...

No significant events were recorded.

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Day24...

2004: A major winter storm entered the region first producing rain that quickly changed to snow in the overnight hours. Snowfall rates were 2 to 3 inches per hour. Interstate 70 was closed for a period of time. The section of the county warning area west, north, and northeast of St. Louis saw snowfall totals ranging from 3 to 7 inches of snow. The St. Louis Metro area only saw about 1 to 2 inches of snow. More information can be found in our events archives.

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Day25...

1908: A tornado causing F2 damage was reported in Randolph county (IL).. Houses were overturned, a barn was destroyed and livestock animals were killed. A total of 3 injured occurred.

1996: Freezing rain began in central Missouri around midday and spread east into the afternoon and evening hours. Roads quickly became ice covered resulting in numerous traffic accidents across the region. At least 2 deaths resulted from the accidents.

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Day26...

No significant events were recorded.

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Day27...

2005: A severe line of thunderstorms moved through the area producing downbursts and an isolated tornado in Maplewood, Mo. The tornado was rated F0 and there was some damage to buildings. More information can be found in our events archives.

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Day28...

No significant events were recorded.

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Day29...

1929: The lowest temperature on record at Columbia for the month of November (-3 degrees) was recorded.

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Day30...

1964: The lowest temperature on record at St. Louis for the month of November (1 degree) was recorded.

2006: A very strong winter storm progressed across the county warning area generating heavy snow in a line from Columbia, Mo through Quincy, IL. Jefferson City saw about 15.3 inches of snow. The St. Louis Metro area and east saw significant icing of greater than 1/2 inch. This resulted in 500,000 customers losing power. More information can be found in our events archives.

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