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November 2015 Discussion

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All-time November record for Flint is 79.

Seeing as they're in a favorable downsloping area with little to no influence from the lakes, I think they tie it or break it.

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Yep, the record was 75. Great news. Thanks for letting us know for sure. :sun:

Not a problem, going to be a couple hours before we find out if FNT broke their all time record for Nov and if YIP hit 80.

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Some auroras may be visible in the northern Lakes tonight. The Kp index is 5 and the SWPC web page shows that there are auroras over Iceland now.

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Just a quick question, some people saying the EURO has snowstorm in Iowa next week. Is this relatively close to what it shows? 

Don't have access to precip maps but it looks cold enough for it.

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Just a quick question, some people saying the EURO has snowstorm in Iowa next week. Is this relatively close to what it shows? 

Not a snowstorm, but the Euro does show some minor accumulations.

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High of 69° today. Lake breeze was strong enough to keep it under 70°.

 

That's a nice looking system a week out! Great to have storms on the maps again.

 

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Flint ended up tying their all time November record at 79. Interestingly, Detroit (DTW) appears to have had the second warmest November day in it's history today, beaten only by November 1st, 1950 when it reached 80 degrees. The old second place was 75 degrees which occurred on five different dates, most recently on November 4th, 2003 and as late as November 9th, 1999.

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Flint ended up tying their all time November record at 79. Interestingly, Detroit (DTW) appears to have had the second warmest November day in it's history today, beaten only by November 1st, 1950 when it reached 80 degrees. The old second place was 75 degrees which occurred on five different dates, most recently on November 4th, 2003 and as late as November 9th, 1999.

Michigan torched.

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Michigan torched.

The 100% full sunshine helped a lot, it made it as high as 73 degrees way up in Traverse City.

 

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That is an exceedingly rare stat at DTW. We'll see if it holds through midnight.

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The 100% full sunshine helped a lot, it made it as high as 73 degrees way up in Traverse City.

 

That is an exceedingly rare stat at DTW. We'll see if it holds through midnight.

It should, there aren't clouds for 100s of miles and we shouldn't develop fog tonight until well after midnight.

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