Autumn and November Climate Summary for Jackson and London

 November Climate Data

 

November Climate Data 

November Climate Data 

 

November Climate Data 

 NWS Jackson, KY

 

 London, KY

...MUCH WETTER THAN NORMAL AUTUMN ACROSS EASTERN KENTUCKY...
...WARM AND WET NOVEMBER ACROSS EASTERN KENTUCKY...

THE END OF NOVEMBER MARKED THE CLOSE OF METEOROLOGICAL FALL. BOTH
THE JACKSON WEATHER OFFICE AND THE LONDON CORBIN AIRPORT FINISHED
AUTUMN MUCH WETTER THAN NORMAL. JACKSON TOTALED 12.93 INCHES OVER
SEPTEMBER...OCTOBER AND NOVEMBER...WHICH IS 2.32 INCHES ABOVE
NORMAL. AT LONDON...THE FALL TOTAL WAS 15.35 INCHES...WHICH IS 5.13
INCHES WETTER THAN NORMAL. IN FACT...THE FALL OF 2011 WAS THE 5TH
WETTEST FALL AT LONDON. ADDITIONALLY...AUTUMN 2011 WAS JUST OUT OF
THE TOP TEN AT JACKSON WITH AN 11TH PLACE FINISH. ON THE TEMPERATURE
SIDE OF THE FENCE...THE JACKSON WEATHER OFFICE CLOSED OUT FALL
EXACTLY NORMAL...WITH AN AVERAGE OF 58.2 DEGREES. THE LONDON CORBIN
AIRPORT ENDED AUTUMN WITH A MEAN TEMPERATURE OF 56.5 DEGREES...WHICH
IS 1.2 DEGREES COOLER THAN NORMAL.

FOR THE MONTH OF NOVEMBER...WARM AND WET CONDITIONS WERE EXPERIENCED
THROUGHOUT THE COAL FIELDS. THE LONDON CORBIN AIRPORT ENDED UP
NEARLY THREE INCHES ABOVE NORMAL...WHILE THE JACKSON WEATHER OFFICE
WAS AROUND AN INCH AND A HALF WETTER. LONDON FINISHED LAST MONTH AS
THE 3RD WETTEST NOVEMBER WHILE JACKSON SAW ITS 8TH WETTEST NOVEMBER.
WARMER THAN NORMAL TEMPERATURES WERE NOTED AT BOTH LOCATIONS AS
WELL. THE JACKSON WEATHER OFFICE WAS OVER THREE AND A HALF DEGREES
ABOVE NORMAL...AND LONDON FINISHED NOVEMBER AROUND A DEGREE AND A
HALF WARMER. IN FACT...LAST MONTH WAS THE 6TH WARMEST NOVEMBER AT
JACKSON.

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE OFFICE NEAR JACKSON FINISHED NOVEMBER
2011 WITH AN AVERAGE TEMPERATURE OF 52.0 DEGREES...WHICH IS 3.6
DEGREES ABOVE THE NORMAL OF 48.4 DEGREES. NOVEMBER 2011 WAS THE 6TH
WARMEST NOVEMBER ON RECORD AT JACKSON. THE AVERAGE DAILY HIGH WAS
61.1 DEGREES...AND THE AVERAGE DAILY LOW WAS 42.9 DEGREES. THE
HIGHEST TEMPERATURE FOR NOVEMBER 2011 WAS 73 DEGREES...WHICH
OCCURRED ON THE 8TH AND 14TH. THE LOWEST TEMPERATURE FROM LAST MONTH
WAS 26 DEGREES AND HAPPENED ON THE 18TH. NO HIGH OR LOW TEMPERATURE
RECORDS WERE SET LAST MONTH. THREE MAXIMUM LOWS TEMPERATURE RECORDS
WERE TIED LAST MONTH...WITH READINGS OF 62 DEGREES ON THE 14TH...AND
57 DEGREES ON THE 21ST AND 22ND.

THE JACKSON WEATHER OFFICE RECEIVED 5.48 INCHES OF PRECIPITATION IN
NOVEMBER 2011...WHICH IS 1.52 INCHES ABOVE THE NORMAL OF 3.96
INCHES. LAST MONTH WAS THE 8TH WETTEST NOVEMBER EVER AT JACKSON.
THERE WERE 13 DAYS WHEN A HUNDREDTH OF AN INCH OR MORE OF
PRECIPITATION WAS RECORDED...AND EIGHT DAYS WHEN A TENTH OF AN INCH
OR MORE FELL. THERE WERE FIVE DAYS WHEN AT LEAST A HALF AN INCH OF
RAIN WAS RECEIVED...AND ONE DAY WITH MORE THAN ONE INCH. THE DAY OF
THE 16TH NETTED 1.67 INCHES OF RAIN WHICH WAS THE GREATEST DAILY
AMOUNT FOR NOVEMBER...AND SET THE ONLY DAILY RAINFALL RECORD LAST
MONTH. THE GREATEST AMOUNT RECEIVED IN A 24 HOUR PERIOD WAS 1.75
INCHES FROM THE 15TH THROUGH THE 16TH. FOR THE YEAR...THE JACKSON
PRECIPITATION TOTAL IS 55.83 INCHES...WHICH IS 11.67 INCHES ABOVE
NORMAL. THE JACKSON WEATHER OFFICE AVERAGES 48.34 INCHES A
YEAR...AND CURRENTLY 2011 IS THE 6TH WETTEST YEAR. IF JACKSON
AVERAGES NORMAL PRECIPITATION FOR DECEMBER...2011 WILL BE ONE OF THE
TOP FIVE WETTEST YEARS ON RECORD. THE WETTEST YEAR AT JACKSON WAS
1989 WITH A TOTAL OF 63.29 INCHES. LAST MONTH A TRACE OF SNOW FELL
AT THE JACKSON WEATHER OFFICE...SO THE SEASONAL TOTAL REMAINS A
TRACE. EVEN THOUGH IT IS EARLY IN THE SNOW SEASON...JACKSON IS
ALREADY 0.6 INCHES BELOW NORMAL.

THUNDER WAS HEARD ON ONE DAY LAST MONTH AT THE JACKSON WEATHER
OFFICE...WHICH IS JUST BELOW THE NORMAL OF 1.1 DAYS FOR NOVEMBER.
THERE WERE 14 DAYS WITH FOG...NINE OF WHICH FEATURED DENSE FOG.
NOVEMBER NORMALLY AVERAGES 3.5 DAYS OF DENSE FOG. THE AVERAGE WIND
SPEED FOR NOVEMBER WAS 3.9 MPH...AND THE HIGHEST WIND GUST OF 32 MPH
WAS RECORDED ON NOVEMBER 13TH AND 14TH. THE MEAN WIND SPEED FOR
NOVEMBER IS TYPICALLY 6.1 MPH.

THE JACKSON WEATHER OFFICE RECORDED 3 COOLING DEGREE DAYS DURING
NOVEMBER 2011...WHICH IS 1 BELOW NORMAL. THE COOLING DEGREE DAY
SEASONAL TOTAL IS NOW 1255...101 COOLING DEGREE DAYS ABOVE NORMAL.
JACKSON ACCUMULATED 383 HEATING DEGREE DAYS LAST MONTH...WHICH IS
120 BELOW NORMAL. THE SEASONAL TOTAL IS NOW 717...WHICH IS 83 BELOW
NORMAL FOR THE SEASON.

AT THE LONDON CORBIN AIRPORT...THE AVERAGE TEMPERATURE WAS 49.0
DEGREES...WHICH IS 1.4 DEGREES ABOVE THE NORMAL OF 47.6 DEGREES FOR
NOVEMBER. THE AVERAGE DAILY HIGH WAS 60.0 DEGREES...AND THE AVERAGE
DAILY LOW WAS 38.0 DEGREES. THE HIGHEST TEMPERATURE FROM LAST MONTH
WAS 71 DEGREES...WHICH OCCURRED ON THE 14TH. THE LOWEST TEMPERATURE
FROM NOVEMBER 2011 WAS 21 DEGREES...AND HAPPENED ON THE 18TH. NO
HIGH OR LOW TEMPERATURE RECORDS WERE SET OR TIED AT LONDON LAST
MONTH. A MAXIMUM LOW TEMPERATURE RECORD WAS ESTABLISHED ON THE 22ND
WITH A READING OF 57 DEGREES. NOVEMBER 2011 BROKE A STRING OF THREE
CONSECUTIVE MONTHS OF BELOW NORMAL TEMPERATURES.

THE LONDON CORBIN AIRPORT RECORDED 6.78 INCHES OF PRECIPITATION IN
NOVEMBER 2011...WHICH IS 2.95 INCHES ABOVE THE NORMAL OF 3.83
INCHES. LAST MONTH WAS THE 3RD WETTEST NOVEMBER AT LONDON...ONLY
BEHIND THE 6.86 INCHES FROM 2004 AND 8.53 INCHES FROM 1986. THERE
WERE 11 DAYS WHEN A HUNDREDTH OF AN INCH OR MORE FELL...AND NINE
DAYS WHEN A TENTH OF AN INCH OR MORE OF RAIN WAS RECORDED. LONDON
HAD SIX DAYS WITH AT LEAST A HALF AN INCH...AND THREE DAYS WITH MORE
THAN ONE INCH. LAST MONTH TIES 1984 AND 1986 WITH THE MOST DAYS WITH
RAINFALL TOTALS OF MORE THAN ONE INCH. THE GREATEST DAILY AMOUNT WAS
1.88 INCHES ON THE 28TH...AND SET THE ONLY DAILY RAINFALL RECORD
LAST MONTH. THE GREATEST AMOUNT OF PRECIPITATION RECEIVED IN A 24
HOUR PERIOD WAS 2.06 INCHES FROM THE 27TH TO THE 28TH. THROUGH THE
END OF NOVEMBER...THE LONDON CORBIN AIRPORT HAS TOTALED 56.90
INCHES...WHICH IS 14.00 INCHES ABOVE NORMAL. CURRENTLY 2011 IS THE
9TH WETTEST YEAR AT LONDON. LONDON AVERAGES 47.14 INCHES OF
PRECIPITATION ANNUALLY.

LONDON HAD ONE DAY WITH THUNDER LAST MONTH. ALSO...THERE WERE 15
DAYS WITH FOG...AND TWO DAYS WITH DENSE FOG. THE AVERAGE WIND SPEED
FOR NOVEMBER 2011 WAS 5.4 MPH...WITH THE HIGHEST WIND GUST OF 33 MPH
RECORDED ON THE 13TH...14TH AND 27TH.

THE LONDON CORBIN AIRPORT RECORDED 474 HEATING DEGREE DAYS LAST
MONTH...WHICH IS 50 BELOW NORMAL FOR THE MONTH. 852 HEATING DEGREE
DAYS HAVE BEEN RECORDED THIS HEATING DEGREE DAY SEASON...22 ABOVE
NORMAL. THE LONDON CORBIN AIRPORT HAD 2 COOLING DEGREE DAYS LAST
MONTH...WHICH IS NORMAL. THE COOLING DEGREE DAY SEASONAL TOTAL IS
NOW 1249...WHICH IS 59 COOLING DEGREE DAYS ABOVE NORMAL.

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 ADDITIONAL INFO...

JACKSON KENTUCKY CLIMATE SUMMARY FOR NOVEMBER 2011 AND FALL 2011.

LONDON KENTUCKY CLIMATE SUMMARY FOR NOVEMBER 2011  AND FALL 2011.



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