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November 1-15 precipitation ranged from less than 25% of normal to more than 200% of normal.
A is for all over the place. Precipitation varied greatly during the first half of November, ranging from less than 25% of normal in southeastern New York and parts of New England to more than 200% of normal in western New York and western Pennsylvania. Of the 35 major climate sites, 25 were drier than normal and of those, three ranked this first half of November among their 20 driest. Of the ten wetter-than-normal sites, seven ranked this first half of November among their 20 wettest.
At the major climate sites, precipitation during the first two weeks of November ranged from 13% of normal in Hartford, CT, to 234% of normal in Erie, PA.
November 1-15 snowfall generally ranged from more than 3 inches below normal to 1 inch above normal.
B is for below normal. Despite above-normal precipitation in some areas (and colder-than-normal temperatures), November 1-15 snowfall was below to near normal for much of the Northeast. The largest deficits of more than 3 inches were found east of Lakes Erie and Ontario, as well as higher elevations of northern New England. Of the 31 sites that normally see measurable snowfall (0.1 inches) during the first two weeks of November, only six did.
At the major climate sites, snowfall during the first two weeks of November ranged from 3.6 inches below normal in Caribou, ME, to 0.1 inches above normal in Concord, NH.
November 1-15 average temperatures ranged from 6°F below normal to near normal for most of the Northeast.
C is for cold. The first half of November featured colder-than-normal temperatures for most of the Northeast. While average temperatures ranged from 6°F below normal to 4°F above normal, most areas saw temperatures ranging 6°F below normal to near normal. The coldest areas were generally in Pennsylvania and the western half of New York, while the warmest area was southern West Virginia. Thirty of the region’s 35 major climate sites were colder than normal, with five ranking this first half of November among their 20 coldest.
At the major climate sites, average temperatures during the first two weeks of November ranged from 4.8°F below normal in Syracuse, NY, to 0.9°F above normal in Elkins, WV.