Tuesday, November 01, 2016

November Extremes

We're rolling into November with unseasonably warm temperatures.  I really do not see how we can sustain that much longer.

This is a month of change weatherwise and it's also typically the wettest month of the year according to the 30 year average.

Here are some of the statistics and extremes.


  • We lose 45 minutes of daylight
  • Hottest state temperature of 96° at Dumas on November 1927
  • Coldest state temperature -6° at Mt. Ida on November 4th, 1994
  • Most rain 23.46'' at Deer in 1994
  • Most snow in 1 day at Beaver with 9.5'' November 6, 1951
  • Most snow this month at Beaver with 13.5'' in 1951

Little Rock
  • Hottest November temperature 86° November 13, 1955
  • Coldest November temperature 10° November 18, 1880
  • Most rain in 1 day 6.23'' on November 19, 1988
  • Wettest November 13.14'' in 1988
  • Snowiest November 9.4'' in 1880

THANKS TO THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE FOR THE INFORMATION.

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