November was warm and very wet across southern Indiana and central Kentucky, with all major reporting stations experiencing Novembers among the top seven wettest on record.
The second half of the month was wetter than the first, and was ushered in with a powerful storm system on the 14th. A squall line moved across much of southern Indiana and spawned an EF1 tornado that moved right across the courthouse square in Paoli. More wet systems followed, culminating in a three-day long soaking as an area of low pressure got stuck over the southeastern United States from the 27th to the 29th and gave us 2 to 4 inches of rain. Minor flooding resulted on several area rivers.
|Average Temperature||Departure from Normal||Precipitation||Departure from Normal||Snowfall||Departure from Normal|
|Bowling Green||52.1||+ 3.7 F||8.07"||+3.86"||Trace||+Trace|
|Frankfort||49.3||+ 3.3 F||7.60"||+3.87"|
|Lexington||49.8||+ 3.5 F||7.68"||+4.15"||Trace||-0.3"|
|Louisville Bowman||51.5||+ 4.0 F||7.41"||+3.80"|
|Louisville International (official)||52.0||+ 3.3 F||7.62"||+4.03"||0||-0.1"|
14th: Record warm low temperature of 64° at Bowling Green
16th: Record rainfall of 2.31" at Bowling Green
28th: Record rainfall of 1.94" at Lexington
2nd wettest November on record at Lexington
4th wettest November on record at Frankfort
5th wettest November on record at Louisville
7th wettest November on record at Bowling Green
Storm damage in Paoli on the 14th. Fortunately nobody was home when this happened. NWS