Climate Connection November 2010

Station Avg High Temp Avg Low Temp Avg Monthly Temp +/-
Normal
Highest Temp
Date
Lowest Temp
Date
Pcpn/Snow +/-
Normal
Grand Island 50.1 25.8 37.9 +1.5 79/8th 6/25th 0.44/T -0.97/-4.8
Hastings 4N 49.6 25.5 37.6 +1.0 79/8th 6/25th 0.78/0.1 -0.68/-3.3
Kearney 4NE 50.6 24.3 37.4 +1.6 78/8th 7/25th 0.93/T -0.29/-4.7
Beaver City 55.3 21.2 38.3 +2.1 81/7th 6/25th 0.44/0.0 -0.87/-4.4
Gothenburg 50.1 24.9 37.5 +1.3 77/8th 6/25th 0.74/M -0.15/M
Greeley 48.8 21.6 35.2 +1.1 79/8th -2/25th 0.13/T -1.11/-3.1
Hebron 51.2# 26.1# 38.7# +0.7 75/8th 15/25th 1.80/0.0 +0.19/-3.3
Holdrege 50.3 23.0 36/6 +0.4 77/8th 3/25th 0.43/T -0.87/-4.4
Superior 53.4 25.8 39.9 +0.3 76/8th* 11/25th 1.27/T -0.44/-3.6
York 3N 52.0 24.1 38.1 +0.3 82/8th 7/25th 0.55/0.0 -1.27/-3.9
Beloit 54.3 29.8 42.1 +1.0 76/7th 16/25th 1.68/T +0.18/-1.4
Phillipsburg M M M M M M M M
Plainville 53.3 28.7 41.0 +0.6 79/7th 17/25th 1.12/0.0 +0.01/-2.3
Smith Center 54.0 27.7 40.9 +1.0 79/7th 15/25th 1.20/T -0.18/-2.2

Across the board...November average monthly temperatures were around a half degree to 2 degrees above normal for our Climate Connection sites.  Beaver City was the area warm spot finishing 2.1 degrees above normal for the month.  The highest daily temperature during the month honors went to York 3N with a high of 82 degrees on the 8th...on the other end of the scale...the coldest daily low was up the road at Greeley with a morning low of 2 degrees below zero on the 25th. November's precipitation was below normal at most reporting sites...with the greatest average monthly deficit at York 3N.  The least precipitaton for the entire month fell at Greeley.  The only measurable snow on the record books fell at the Hastings Weather Office 4 miles north of Hastings on the 23rd.   Otherwise...November finished 2 to 5 inches short of their normal monthly snow.   

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.

 

Click here for:  November 2010 National Climate Summary

 



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