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November outlook

October 31, 2014

RT    It was an awesome October. We enjoyed plenty of sunshine, and gorgeous fall colors lingered until the end of the month. In the Twin Cities, we measured only 1.75 inches of rain, with only 28/100ths of an inch after October 2nd. Our warmest temperature was 72 degrees, on October 16th, and our coldest reading was 26 degrees on the 31st. The Twin Cities average temperature for the month of October was very slightly (3/10ths of a degree) above normal.

Looking ahead, the November temperature outlook from the Climate Prediction Center of the National Weather Service shows a slight tendency for above normal temperatures over Minnesota and northern Wisconsin:

nov14   The outlook doesn’t mean that every day is expected to be warmer than normal…it is the average temp for the entire month that shows a slight warmer-than-normal tendency. In case you’re wondering, our average high in the Twin Cities drops from 50 degrees on November 1st to 33 degrees on November 30th.

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