November 2010 Monthly Climate Summary

November Climate Data 

 

November Climate Data 

November Climate Data 

 

November Climate Data 

 NWS Jackson, KY

 

 London, KY

 

...NOVEMBER 2010 WET AND SLIGHTLY WARMER ACROSS EASTERN KENTUCKY...
...FALL 2010 WARM AND DRY AT JACKSON...
...FALL 2010 WET AND SLIGHTLY WARMER AT LONDON...

BOTH THE JACKSON WEATHER OFFICE AND THE LONDON CORBIN AIRPORT
FINISHED NOVEMBER 2010 MUCH WETTER THAN NORMAL...THANKS TO A DELUGE
OF RAINFALL ON THE LAST DAY OF THE MONTH. LONDON WAS NEARLY TWO AND
THREE QUARTERS OF AN INCH ABOVE NORMAL...WHILE JACKSON WAS OVER AN
INCH AND A HALF WETTER. IN FACT...NOVEMBER 2010 WAS THE 3RD WETTEST
NOVEMBER ON RECORD AT LONDON AND 5TH WETTEST AT JACKSON. ON THE
TEMPERATURE SIDE OF THE FENCE...THE LONDON CORBIN AIRPORT WAS NEARLY
A HALF A DEGREE ABOVE NORMAL...WHILE THE JACKSON WEATHER OFFICE WAS
OVER ONE DEGREE WARMER. ALSO...THE JACKSON WEATHER OFFICE FINALLY
SAW THE TEMPERATURE DIP TO 32 DEGREES ON THE 6TH. THE MEDIAN DATE
FOR JACKSON TO HIT THE FREEZING MARK OR BELOW IS OCTOBER 26TH. THE
LONDON CORBIN AIRPORT FELL BELOW 32 DEGREES BACK ON OCTOBER 22ND. OF
FURTHER INTEREST...JACKSON DID SEE THE FIRST FLAKES OF SNOW FOR THE
2010/11 SNOW SEASON IN NOVEMBER...WITH  THREE DAYS RECEIVING JUST A
TRACE OF SNOWFALL. NO SNOWFALL INFORMATION IS AVAILABLE FOR LONDON.

THE END OF NOVEMBER ALSO MARKED THE END TO METEOROLOGICAL AUTUMN.
BOTH LOCATIONS WERE WARMER THAN NORMAL...ALTHOUGH JACKSON WAS WELL
ABOVE NORMAL. THE JACKSON WEATHER OFFICE HAD A MEAN FALL TEMPERATURE
OF 59.6 DEGREES...WELL ABOVE THE MEAN OF 57.7 DEGREES. AUTUMN 2010
WAS THE 5TH WARMEST FALL AT JACKSON. THE LONDON CORBIN AIRPORT
FINISHED UP AUTUMN WITH 57.5 DEGREES...JUST ABOVE THE NORMAL FALL
AVERAGE OF 57.1 DEGREES. THERE WAS A NOTICEABLE DIFFERENCE IN
PRECIPITATION TOTALS BETWEEN JACKSON AND LONDON FOR FALL 2010.
JACKSON FINISHED WITH 9.50 INCHES...WELL BELOW THE AUTUMN NORMAL OF
11.15 INCHES. AT LONDON...THE FALL PRECIPITATION TOTAL WAS 11.35
INCHES...WELL ABOVE THE AVERAGE OF 10.07 INCHES.

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE OFFICE NEAR JACKSON FINISHED NOVEMBER
2010 WITH AN AVERAGE TEMPERATURE OF 48.9 DEGREES...WHICH IS 1.2
DEGREES ABOVE THE NORMAL OF 47.7 DEGREES. THE AVERAGE DAILY HIGH WAS
59.1 DEGREES...AND THE AVERAGE DAILY LOW WAS 38.7 DEGREES. THE
HIGHEST TEMPERATURE FOR NOVEMBER 2010 WAS 73 DEGREES...WHICH
OCCURRED ON THE 12TH...13TH AND 25TH. THE 73 DEGREES TIED MAXIMUM
TEMPERATURE RECORDS ON THE 12TH AND 25TH. 72 DEGREES ON THE 22ND
TIED THE HIGH TEMPERATURE BENCHMARK FOR THAT DATE AS WELL. THE
LOWEST TEMPERATURE FROM NOVEMBER WAS 27 DEGREES ON THE 7TH...26TH
AND 28TH. NO LOW TEMPERATURE RECORDS WERE SET OR TIED AT JACKSON
LAST MONTH.

THE JACKSON WEATHER OFFICE RECEIVED 5.77 INCHES OF PRECIPITATION IN
NOVEMBER 2010...WHICH IS 1.57 INCHES ABOVE THE NORMAL OF 4.20
INCHES. LAST MONTH WAS THE 5TH WETTEST NOVEMBER AT JACKSON. THERE
WERE 13 DAYS WHEN A HUNDREDTH OF AN INCH OR MORE OF PRECIPITATION
WAS RECORDED...AND NINE DAYS WHEN A TENTH OF AN INCH OR MORE FELL.
THERE WERE THREE DAYS WHEN AT LEAST A HALF AN INCH OF RAIN WAS
RECEIVED...AND ONE DAY WITH MORE THAN ONE INCH. THE DAY OF THE 30TH
NETTED 2.50 INCHES OF RAIN WHICH WAS THE GREATEST DAILY AMOUNT...AND
EASILY SET A NEW DAILY PRECIPITATION RECORD FOR THAT DAY. THE MOST
PRECIPITATION RECEIVED IN A 24 HOUR PERIOD WAS 2.55 INCHES FROM THE
29TH TO THE 30TH. ANOTHER PRECIPITATION RECORD WAS ALSO SET ON THE
23RD WITH A TOTAL OF 0.71 INCHES. THE PRECIPITATION TOTAL FOR THE
YEAR IS NOW 42.29 INCHES...WHICH IS 2.82 INCHES BELOW NORMAL.
JACKSON ALSO RECORDED TRACE AMOUNTS OF SNOWFALL ON THREE SEPARATE
DAYS LAST MONTH...ON THE 5TH...6TH AND 26TH. THIS IS THE FIRST
SNOWFALL OF THE SNOW SEASON.

THUNDER WAS NOT HEARD LAST MONTH AT THE JACKSON WEATHER
OFFICE...WHICH IS BELOW THE AVERAGE FOR NOVEMBER OF 1.1 DAYS. THERE
WERE 14 DAYS WITH FOG...SEVEN OF WHICH FEATURED DENSE FOG.
NOVEMBER NORMALLY AVERAGES 3.5 DAYS OF DENSE FOG. THE AVERAGE WIND
SPEED FOR NOVEMBER WAS 3.6 MPH...AND THE HIGHEST WIND GUST OF 45 MPH
WAS RECORDED ON NOVEMBER 16TH. THE MEAN WIND SPEED FOR NOVEMBER IS
TYPICALLY 6.1 MPH. THE 45 MPH GUST TIED NOVEMBER 10TH 1998 FOR
HIGHEST NOVEMBER WIND GUST.

JACKSON ACCUMULATED 477 HEATING DEGREE DAYS LAST MONTH...WHICH IS 45
BELOW NORMAL FOR THE MONTH. THE SEASONAL TOTAL IS NOW 687...WHICH IS
146 HEATING DEGREE DAYS BELOW NORMAL FOR THE SEASON. THE JACKSON
WEATHER OFFICE DID NOT RECORD A COOLING DEGREE DAY IN
NOVEMBER...WHICH IS 1 COOLING DEGREE DAY BELOW NORMAL FOR THE MONTH.
THE SEASONAL TOTAL REMAINS 1504...445 COOLING DEGREE DAYS ABOVE
NORMAL.

AT THE LONDON CORBIN AIRPORT...THE AVERAGE TEMPERATURE WAS 47.3
DEGREES...WHICH IS 0.4 DEGREES ABOVE THE NORMAL OF 46.9 DEGREES FOR
NOVEMBER. THE AVERAGE DAILY HIGH WAS 59.4 DEGREES...AND THE AVERAGE
DAILY LOW WAS 35.2 DEGREES. THE HIGHEST TEMPERATURE FROM LAST MONTH
WAS 73 DEGREES...WHICH OCCURRED ON THE 11TH AND TIED THE MAXIMUM
TEMPERATURE RECORD FOR THAT DAY. NO OTHER HIGH TEMPERATURE RECORDS
WERE SET OR TIED AT LONDON LAST MONTH. THE LOWEST TEMPERATURE FROM
NOVEMBER 2010 WAS 22 DEGREES...AND HAPPENED ON THE 28TH. NO LOW
TEMPERATURE RECORDS WERE SET OR TIED AT THE LONDON CORBIN AIRPORT
DURING NOVEMBER 2010.

THE LONDON CORBIN AIRPORT RECORDED 6.62 INCHES OF PRECIPITATION IN
NOVEMBER 2010...WHICH IS 2.72 INCHES ABOVE THE NORMAL OF 3.90
INCHES. NOVEMBER 2010 WAS THE 3RD WETTEST NOVEMBER ON RECORD AT
LONDON. THERE WERE 13 DAYS WHEN A HUNDREDTH OF AN INCH OR MORE
FELL...AND 10 DAYS WHEN A TENTH OF AN INCH OR MORE OF RAIN WAS
RECORDED. LONDON HAD FOUR DAYS WITH AT LEAST A HALF AN INCH...AND
TWO DAYS WITH MORE THAN ONE INCH. THE GREATEST DAILY AMOUNT WAS 3.03
INCHES AND OCCURRED ON THE 30TH...AND SET A NEW DAILY PRECIPITATION
RECORD FOR THAT DAY. IN FACT...THE 3.03 INCHES IS THE 2ND GREATEST
DAILY PRECIPITATION AMOUNT EVER RECORDED AT LONDON...TRAILING ONLY
THE 3.53 INCHES FROM NOVEMBER 12TH 1975. THE MOST RAINFALL RECEIVED
IN A 24 HOUR PERIOD WAS 3.06 INCHES FROM THE 29TH TO THE 30TH.
ANOTHER PRECIPITATION BENCHMARK WAS SET AT LONDON LAST MONTH...WITH
1.28 INCHES ON THE 16TH. THUS FAR THIS YEAR...LONDON HAS TOTALED
44.09 INCHES...WHICH IS 0.99 INCHES ABOVE NORMAL. NO SNOWFALL
INFORMATION IS AVAILABLE AT LONDON.

LONDON HAD NO DAYS WITH THUNDER LAST MONTH. ALSO...THERE WERE 21
DAYS WITH FOG...AND TWO DAYS WITH DENSE FOG. THE AVERAGE WIND SPEED
FOR NOVEMBER 2010 WAS 4.1 MPH...WITH THE HIGHEST WIND GUST OF 45 MPH
RECORDED ON THE 16TH.

LONDON RECORDED 524 HEATING DEGREE DAYS LAST MONTH...WHICH IS 22
BELOW NORMAL FOR THE MONTH. THE SEASONAL HEATING DEGREE DAY TOTAL IS
810...WHICH IS 74 BELOW NORMAL FOR THE SEASON. THE LONDON CORBIN
AIRPORT HAD NO COOLING DEGREE DAYS LAST MONTH...WHICH IS 1 COOLING
DEGREE DAY BELOW NORMAL. THE SEASONAL TOTAL IS 1434...WHICH IS 335
COOLING DEGREE DAYS ABOVE NORMAL FOR THE SEASON.

WEATHER RECORDS AT THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE OFFICE NEAR JACKSON
KENTUCKY DATE BACK TO JANUARY 1ST 1981...WHILE CLIMATE RECORDS FOR
THE LONDON CORBIN AIRPORT BEGAN ON THE 11TH OF NOVEMBER 1954.


FOR MORE INFORMATION... 

JACKSON KENTUCKY CLIMATE SUMMARY FOR NOVEMBER 2010 AND AUTUMN 2010.

LONDON KENTUCKY CLIMATE SUMMARY FOR NOVEMBER 2010 AND AUTUMN 2010



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