Skip to content

Game changer

November 15, 2014

RT   It was a nice start to November, with several days of above-normal temperatures. Snow arrived on the 10th, with 3.4 inches at MSP airport and much higher amounts over central Minnesota. Snowcover and a cold upper air flow pattern have combined to give us several days of frigid temperatures. Since November 10th, our temps have been more typical of January than November.

Any hope for a nice rebound in temps? Not anytime soon. Chilly temperatures persist through the 5 day forecast, which takes us to November 19th. Looking further ahead, the 6-10 day temperature outlook (Nov 20-24) from the Climate Prediction Center of the National Weather Service shows a tendency for below normal temperatures over Minnesota and Wisconsin:

610temp.new

In case you’re wondering, our average high in the Twin Cities drops from 41 degrees on November 15th to 33 degrees on November 30th.

I’m on Twitter: @RonTrenda and LinkedIn: http://www.linkedin.com/in/rontrenda

Advertisements

From → Uncategorized

Comments are closed.

%d bloggers like this: