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November 2019 General Discussion

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This could be one of those situations where some 45mph steady wind speeds over Lake Erie funnel the air and water toward Buffalo, with a seiche (high water) and wind gusts over 65mph at Buffalo.

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Picked up 0.72" overnight.  Probably stormed pretty good but I had fallen asleep lol.  

Temp hit 53 shortly after midnight, with lower 50 dews as well.  Back down to 39 now with 50mph gusts already.  Looks like a pocket of snow showers should rotate through here in the next hour or two. 

Highest window for winds here looks like between about 8am and noon.  That's when we should have our best shot at 60+.

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This Thanksgiving's one for the suicide booths. Overcast and highs in the upper 30s the entire day, wish the rain from the upcoming system came earlier than tomorrow evening.suicide_booth_by_r_w_shilling.jpg

Going to be a long crappy Thanksgiving weekend. :axe:

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The 1st 20 days of November where the coldest and snowiest on record for Detroit. The month looks to end typically Novembery, with overcast skies, but no snow remains. With temperatures  getting milder the last 3rd of the month, it will be interesting to see where the month places on the coldest list.

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Not in the subforum but this is one of two tornado reports in central Iowa from today where temps are only at 40-42F.

 

PRELIMINARY LOCAL STORM REPORT  
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DES MOINES IA  
433 PM CST SAT NOV 30 2019  
   
.TIME...   ...EVENT...      ...CITY LOCATION...     ...LAT.LON  
   
.DATE...   ....MAG....      ..COUNTY LOCATION..ST.. ...SOURCE.  
  
            ..REMARKS..  
  
0405 PM     TORNADO          4 NE GUTHRIE CENTER     41.73N 94.45W  
11/30/2019                   GUTHRIE            IA   PUBLIC             
  
            TWO REPORTS OF BRIEF SPIN-UP ROPE TORNADO   
            ROUGHLY 4 MILES NORTHEAST OF GUTHRIE CITY.   
            DID NOT LAST LONG.  

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24 minutes ago, Natester said:

Not in the subforum but this is one of two tornado reports in central Iowa from today where temps are only at 40-42F.

 

PRELIMINARY LOCAL STORM REPORT  
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DES MOINES IA  
433 PM CST SAT NOV 30 2019  
   
.TIME...   ...EVENT...      ...CITY LOCATION...     ...LAT.LON  
   
.DATE...   ....MAG....      ..COUNTY LOCATION..ST.. ...SOURCE.  
  
            ..REMARKS..  
  
0405 PM     TORNADO          4 NE GUTHRIE CENTER     41.73N 94.45W  
11/30/2019                   GUTHRIE            IA   PUBLIC             
  
            TWO REPORTS OF BRIEF SPIN-UP ROPE TORNADO   
            ROUGHLY 4 MILES NORTHEAST OF GUTHRIE CITY.   
            DID NOT LAST LONG.  

Actually it is.

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59 minutes ago, Natester said:

Not in the subforum but this is one of two tornado reports in central Iowa from today where temps are only at 40-42F.

 

PRELIMINARY LOCAL STORM REPORT  
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DES MOINES IA  
433 PM CST SAT NOV 30 2019  
   
.TIME...   ...EVENT...      ...CITY LOCATION...     ...LAT.LON  
   
.DATE...   ....MAG....      ..COUNTY LOCATION..ST.. ...SOURCE.  
  
            ..REMARKS..  
  
0405 PM     TORNADO          4 NE GUTHRIE CENTER     41.73N 94.45W  
11/30/2019                   GUTHRIE            IA   PUBLIC             
  
            TWO REPORTS OF BRIEF SPIN-UP ROPE TORNADO   
            ROUGHLY 4 MILES NORTHEAST OF GUTHRIE CITY.   
            DID NOT LAST LONG.  

Shocking to say the least.

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23 minutes ago, Stebo said:

Shocking to say the least.

Different setup but reminds me of that March 12 2006 storm that produced some tornadoes in northern Missouri (I think that's where they were) with similar temps.  Pretty neat.

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1 minute ago, Hoosier said:

Different setup but reminds me of that March 12 2006 storm that produced some tornadoes in northern Missouri (I think that's where they were) with similar temps.  Pretty neat.

Wasn't quite that cool but that really is the only other instance I can remember under 50 degrees.

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3 minutes ago, Stebo said:

Wasn't quite that cool but that really is the only other instance I can remember under 50 degrees.

I think one of the IN or KY offices actually did some research on tornadoes that have occurred in their area with temps in the 40s.  It's a small number of course and they are going to tend to be on the weaker side for obvious reasons.

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I guess it was NWS Louisville.  March 12, 1986.  They went on to list a handful of other tornadoes that occurred with temps of 50-55 degrees

The "coldest" tornadoes occurred on March 12, 1986, when three F1 tornadoes were observed while temperatures were in the middle 40s.  There was also widespread wind damage and large hail.  Low pressure was centered over southeast Kansas with a warm front reaching due east, along the Kentucky/Tennessee border.  The tornadoes touched down just north of the front in Kentucky.

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November 2019 stats at YYZ. Avgs in bracket. 

High: 40.1F (45.5F)

Low: 26.9F (31.4F)

Mean: 33.6F (38.3F) - Tied for 3rd coldest on record

Total snow: 7.5" (2.9") 

 

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November 2019 finished with a mean temp of 35.8F, which makes it the 13th coldest November on record. More seasonable to even mild weather pushed the ranking up a bit, as the first 20 days of Nov were the coldest on record.

 

The total snowfall of 9.5" makes it the 4th snowiest November on record. The only snowier Novembers are 1966 (11.8"), 1933 (10.6") and 1932 (10.1").

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7th snowiest and 4th wettest fall on record for Chicago...

Snowiest falls on record (Sept-Nov)
1. 14.8" - 1940
2. 14.5" - 1895
3. 14.3" - 1951
4. 11.1" - 2015
5. 10.8" - 1975
6. 10.2" - 1989
7. 8.3" - 2019
8. 7.6" - 1953
9. 7.5" - 1893
10. 7.1" - 1978

Wettest falls on record (Sept-Nov)
1. 19.32" - 1961
2. 17.51" - 2008
3. 17.20" - 1881
4. 16.24" - 2019
5. 15.81" - 2001
6. 15.71" - 1941
7. 15.69" - 1983
8. 15.29" - 1988
9. 15.22" - 1970
10. 15.02" - 1985

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20 hours ago, michsnowfreak said:

November 2019 finished with a mean temp of 35.8F, which makes it the 13th coldest November on record. More seasonable to even mild weather pushed the ranking up a bit, as the first 20 days of Nov were the coldest on record.

 

The total snowfall of 9.5" makes it the 4th snowiest November on record. The only snowier Novembers are 1966 (11.8"), 1933 (10.6") and 1932 (10.1").

I find it interesting how YYZ's top snowiest Novembers aren't the same or atleast similar to Detroit's. YYZ's top 3 snowiest Novembers are 1940 (24.0"), 1950 (19.7") and 2003 (10.7"). 

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