November Weather

November Records and Averages
Warmest: 42.6°F in 1948
Coldest: 27.2°F in 1904
Wettest: 9.34 inches in 1927
Snowiest: 26.4 inches in 1921

November Records and Averages
Warmest: 42.6°F in 1948
Coldest: 27.2°F in 1904
Wettest: 9.34 inches in 1927
Snowiest: 26.4 inches in 1921

November 2, 2021| Categories: Eye on the Sky, Skywatch Almanac Weather

Finding the silver lining in November’s clouds is a case of numerous opportunities for those who have a willing spirit. Finding the pleasantries and treasures in a month that features the cloudiest weather of the year means acquiring an optimism that is almost unquenchable. If you can, there are plenty of clouds to work with, thanks to cold air moving over the Great Lakes as well as the numerous small lakes in Ontario and Quebec. Storminess is also on the increase along the East Coast, and through the Great Lakes. It’s no wonder that the Anglo-Saxon name for the month was “winde-monath” – the windy month.

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Standard Time resumes on the 7th
Sunrise November 1 7:26 AM EDT
Sunset November 1 5:37 PM EDT Length of Day 10h 11m
Sunrise November 30 7:04 AM EST
Sunset November 30 4:10 PM EST Length of Day 9h 6m


 

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