November Summary

Cool and dry weather prevailed in the Ohio Valley during the month of November. Precipitation only fell on 7 days in November, and rainfall totals were near or less than half of normal. Three systems brought the only substantial rainfall. On the 3rd, a warm front hung up across Kentucky, bringing up to a half inch of cold rain across southern Indiana and northern Kentucky while southern Kentucky basked in the 70s. A strong cold front on the 12th brought widespread rain amounts between a half and one inch, as well as gusty winds. A low pressure system on the 26th and 27th brought a half to one inch of rain near the Western Kentucky and Bluegrass Parkways, with lighter amounts to the north and south. Temperatures ran roughly 2 to 4 degrees below normal through the month.

 

 

Average Temperature

Departure from Normal

Precipitation

Departure from Normal

Louisville

45.9°

-2.8°

0.75"

-2.84"

Lexington

42.8°

-3.5°

1.76"

-1.77"

Frankfort

41.9°

-4.1°

1.16"

-2.57"

Bowling Green

46.2°

-2.2°

1.11"

-3.11"

Records: 

No daily record highs or lows were established in November.

5th driest November in Frankfort

Tied - 7th driest November in Louisville

9th driest November in Bowling Green

 



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