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December outlook

November 30, 2014

RT  We enjoyed some mild weather during the first week of November, topping 50 degrees on three days in the Twin Cities. Then the weather pattern changed, and we saw only two days with above normal temperatures during the rest of the month. Our warmest temperature in the Twin Cities was 56 degrees, on November 2nd, and our coldest reading was 4 below zero on the 27th. The average temperature for the month of November was 8.3 degrees below normal in the Twin Cities. Snow arrived on the 10th, with 3.4 inches at MSP airport and much higher amounts over central Minnesota. Our November tally at MSP airport was 9.4 inches.

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


Since December will start out cold, temps will have to rebound substantially for our average December temp to rise above normal. In case you’re wondering, our average high in the Twin Cities drops from 32 degrees on December 1st to 24 degrees on December 31st.

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