November Climate Connection

Station

Average High

Average Low

Average Monthly

+/- Normal

Highest Temp/Day

Lowest Temp/Day

Pcpn/Snow

+/- Normal

Grand Island

49.6 28.4 39.0 +2.6 76/2nd 11/21st 1.52/0.2 +0.11/-4.6

Hastings 4N

49.1 27.7 38.4 +1.2 75/2nd 10/21st 1.25/0.2 -0.21/-3.2

Kearney 4NE

51.1 27.6 39.3 +3.5 75/2nd 12/21st 0.50/0.0 -0.72/-4.7

Beaver City

56.3 26.7 41.5 +2.2 78/1st 9/21st 0.71/T -0.60/-4.4

Gothenburg

51.6 27.4 39.5 +3.3 75/1st 9/21st 0.59/M -0.30/M

Greeley

48.1 24.1 36.1 +2.0 76/2nd 7/21st 1.37/3.0 -0.07/-0.1

Hebron

53.1 29.6 41.3 +3.3 79/4th* 10/21st 1.10/0.5 -0.51/-2.8

Holdrege

50.9 29.4 40.2 +4.0 72/2nd 11/21st 0.73/0.0 -0.57/-4.4

Superior

53.8 29.0 41.4 +1.5 80/3rd 9/21st 1.06/1.0 -0.65/-2.6

York 3N

54.0 27.8 40.9 +3.1 77/6th* 9/21st 1.47/0.2 -0.35/-3.7

Beloit

55.8# 32.0# 43.9# +2.8 80/3rd* 15/21st 1.00/0.0 -0.47/-1.4

Phillipsburg

56.0 29.3 42.7 +3.9 79/2nd 13/21st 0.80/T -0.31/-2.3

Plainville

58.1 36.3 47.2 +7.8 80/2nd* 22/21st 0.57/0.5 -0.80/-1.8

Smith Center

54.5 30.1 42.3 +2.4 79/2nd 12/21st 0.94/T -0.44/-2.2

November 2008 was a warm and dry month across our region.  Average monthly temperatures were above normal across the board...with Plainville finishing 7.8 degrees warmer than normal for the month.  It turned out to be the 4th warmest November of record for both Plainville and Phillipsburg...based on records dating back to 1904 for Plainville and 1965 for Phillipsburg.  Daily low temperatures were fairly pleasant throughout the month...however an arctic blast on the 21st left many locations with morning lows in the single digits and lower teens.

Precipitation during the month was sparse and many sites experienced a quarter to three-quarter inch moisture shortfall.  On the positive side...November's warm temperatures kept the snowfall away during a month that normally averages one to four inches of snow across the region.       

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

YELLOW indicates above normal temperature.

BLUE indicates below normal temperature.

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