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Cool, Damp October - Dry November?

Cool, Damp October - Dry November?

by Ben Pine

WHAS11.com

Posted on November 1, 2009 at 7:31 AM

Updated Sunday, Nov 1 at 7:33 AM

The cool weather trend from October spills over to November, but a drier weather pattern is heading our way! 

Here are the stats from October.  Temperatures ran 3.5 degrees below average.  Warmest at 81 on the 30th.  Chilliest was 33 on the 18th.   Rainfall was a whopping 4.21" above average, with 7.00".  We're not at a 13.00" surplus for the year!

It's actually been wet since June.  June: + 5.45"  July: +1.72"  August: +2.47"  September:  +2.65" 

Ok, now for the outlook.  Our extended forecast through the next 7 days calls for almost all dry weather.  Maybe a sprinkle overnight Monday, but that's about it.  Temperatueres will remain cool and seasonable in the upper 50s and low 60s.  The Climate Prediction Center has the long range forecast through the rest of the month, calling for drier than average weather.  I'll take it!

 

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