November Climate Summary

November 2010 was a little warmer and wetter than normal. Most of the precipitation occurred in the second half of the month. There was enough rain to greatly reduce the drought conditions that have plagued the region the last few months. As much as 9 inches fell over portions of south central Indiana.

  Average Temperature Departure from Normal Rainfall Departure from Normal
Bowling Green 48.8° +1.4° 5.60" +0.81"
Frankfort 46.0° +1.3° 5.18" +1.85"
Lexington 46.9° +1.0° 4.46" +0.96"
Louisville Bowman 48.2°   6.04"  
Louisville Standiford (OFFICIAL) 49.9° +2.3° 5.96" +2.15"

Records Set:

25th:  Record rainfalll at Louisville, 2.19". 
26th: Record snowfall at Bowling Green, Trace.
30th: Record rainfall at Frankfort, 1.33".

 

 



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