After what was a very-above average October and mostly above average November, the first shot of winter air is in store just in time for Thanksgiving.
Typically, high temperatures are in the 30′s for daytime highs and low’s are in the 20′s. With the cold airmass on the way, it certainly looks like we will be well within those ranges or even slightly below. (Thanks to NWS St. Louis for the graphic)
|Daily High Temperature||Daily Low Temperature||Daily Average Temperature||Daily Precipitation||Daily Snowfall|
|Maximum||68 (1966)||58 (1966)||63.0 (1966)||1.47 (1968)||1.5 (1968)|
|Minimum||27 (1945)||2 (1950)||17.0 (1950)||0.00||0.0|
Here are a few of the weather models we use to predict what lyes ahead. They show a large slug of cold air heading out way for the end of the week.
If you have ‘Black Friday’ plans, be sure to use A LOT of layers and bundle up as well as you can.
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This post was written by rwichman on November 20, 2010