Some of the Warmest First Few Days of November Continue

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SIOUX FALLS SD
450 PM CDT MON NOV 3 2008

...SOME COMPARATIVE CLIMATOLOGICAL DATA FOR THE PAST 3 DAYS...

TODAY WAS THE THIRD DAY OF WELL ABOVE NORMAL HIGH TEMPERATURES ACROSS THE TRI-STATE AREA. AVERAGE HIGH TEMPERATURES HAVE BEEN IN THE LOW TO MID 70S. THIS IS GENERALLY 18 TO 22 DEGREES ABOVE THE NORMAL HIGHS FOR THIS TIME OF YEAR. FOR SIOUX CITY AND YANKTON...THESE THREE DAYS HAVE BEEN THE WARMEST STRETCH FOR THE FIRST THREE DAYS OF NOVEMBER. THE FOLLOWING IS A TABLE COMPARING THIS DATA:

SITE          HIGH   HIGH   HIGH    AVERAGE NORMAL        
              NOV 1  NOV 2  TODAY    HIGH   AVERAGE   DEP   RANK
------------  -----  -----  -----  -------  -------  -----  ----
SIOUX FALLS    66     76     73      71.7    50.3    +21.4   2ND
MITCHELL       67     75     72      71.3    53.0    +18.3   2ND
HURON          66     72     72      70.0    50.0    +20.0   3RD
SIOUX CITY     67     79     80      75.3    53.3    +22.0   1ST
SPENCER, IA    65     75     77      72.3    50.0    +22.3   2ND
YANKTON        71     81     74      75.3    53.0    +22.3   1ST
 
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