Area Weather History for November 5-11.

Nov.  5:  A very moist storm system moved across the area from the 4th through the 5th in
               1922. Chadron set its greatest daily precipitation amount for November for this
               date with 1.50 inches. The system also produced a 3 day total from the 4th through
               the 6th of 2.35 inches in Chadron. Also on this date in 1922, Cheyenne received
               11.0 inches of snow while Scottsbluff recorded 6.0 inches of snow.
               The warmest November temperature ever recorded in Cheyenne was set on this
               date in 1891 with a very warm 75 degrees recorded.
Nov.  6:  A winter storm system moved across the region on this day in 1918, leaving
               6.5 inches of snow in Scottsbluff and 5.1 inches of snow in Cheyenne.    
Nov.  7:  Another winter storm system affected the region from late on the 6th through
               the 7th in 1936. Snowfall of 8.3 inches was recorded near Wheatland, while
               5 to 8 inches of snow fell across parts of the Nebraska Panhandle.
Nov.  8:  A strong arctic front brought snow and very cold temperatures to the region on
               this day in 1898. Cheyenne recorded a low of 6 degrees below zero along
               with 10.1 inches of snow. Kimball recorded 5.0 inches of snow.

               Chadron, Nebraska recorded its latest 80 degree temperature on record on
               this date in 2006 with a high of 80 degrees.
Nov.  9:  Unusual warmth was experienced over the region on this day in 1999, with
               Kimball reaching an all-time record high for November with 83 degrees.
Nov 10: A winter storm moved across the region on this day in 1947 and produced
               4 to 7 inches of snow across much of the Nebraska Panhandle.
               Six inches of snow blanketed Kimball on this day in 1940.
Nov 11: A strong arctic front brought very cold air to the region on this date in 1911.
               After highs in the 50s and 60s on the 10th temperatures over most of
               the region plunged to below zero levels by the next morning. Cheyenne
               chilled to 9 below zero while Kimball fell to 8 below zero.

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