PAST CLIMATE MAPS
Rainfall wasn't particularly plentiful last month, which provided great opportunities to get fieldwork in. The rain that did fall, mostly toward the end of the month, was welcomed. As we enter the driest months of the year, precipitation prospects are expected to remain on the drier than normal side.
We've been running the past few months warmer than normal. I think November will continue this trend. Expect warmer than normal temperatures.
Partly sunny skies with scattered showers are expected from Sunday, November 1, to Thursday, November 5. Look for mild temperatures to turn cooler.
Sunny and cool weather is favored on Friday, November 6.
Variable cloudiness with passing showers is possible the weekend of November 7-8. Light to moderate rainfall totals are likely.
Precipitation prospects are poor from Monday to Sunday, November 9-15. Expect plenty of sunny skies and mild temperatures.
Clouds are favored to be on the increase with scattered showers on Monday and Tuesday, November 16-17. Precipitation totals should be light.
Partly sunny skies are expected on Wednesday and Thursday, November 18-19.
We're now at the time of the month where we can expect our first snow. Look for clouds to be on the increase with rain changing to snow from Friday to Sunday, November 20-22. Precipitation totals should be light.
Sunny skies with cooler temperatures are favored on Monday and Tuesday, November 23-24.
Passing showers are possible on Wednesday and Thursday (Thanksgiving), November 25-26. Light precipitation totals are expected.
Sunny skies and cooler temperatures are favored from Friday to Monday, November 27-30.
Mostly sunny skies are expected on Tuesday, December 1.
Mostly cloudy skies are favored with rain changing to snow from Wednesday to Friday, December 2-4. Colder temperatures are expected to follow.