Six of the last eight days had high temperatures at least eight degrees Fahrenheit above normal. The other two had high temperatures that were exactly the historical average. Seven of the next nine days are forecast to have high temperatures at least eight degrees Fahrenheit above normal. Two days are forecast to have high temperatres three degrees above normal.
I know, I know, the weather forecast could change dramatically. However, if the weathermen are anywhere near accurate, we will have thirteen out of seventeen days with high temperatures signficantly (at least 8 degrees Fahrenheit) above average, fifteen out of seventeen above average, and 0 out of seventeen below average. November is usually one of my favorite times of year because it is usually the month in which we begin to have regular snowfalls. Not this year. It has snowed for twenty minutes in November, and that didn't accumulate. I know the forecast only goes to November 21, but there is a real possibility that this November could be the first November without snow accumulation since I moved here.
All I know is that one of my favorite times of year is disappointing. I sincerely hope the situation improves.
08 November 2009
For the most part, we've had slightly above average temperatures since the unseasonable cold in mid-October. Today was extremely warm, with high temperatures reaching the mid-60s F. Tomorrow promises to be even warmer, with possible record-high temperatures in the mid-to-upper 70s F. Despite the warm weather, we did have 20 minutes of intense snowfall last Thursday, A.D. 2009 November 05. One cold day (high temperature of 34 F.) followed before we resumed our above-normal temperatures.
Posted by the Red Scot at 23:42
If this is how it's going to be, give me my f***ing reservation.
Posted by the Red Scot at 23:40