WeatherWatcher: Weekly Weather, very wet November

Wednesday, November 28, 2012

  • Thursday - Saturday outlook
  • Last week's highlights, rain, urban flooding
  • Last week's data
Thursday - Saturday outlook:  We are going to have a series of storm fronts pushing through the region, about one front for each day for the next 3 days.  We may even have some breezy conditions Thursday afternoon and again Saturday evening.  It will also be very gloomy with rain off and on, however we are looking at a total of 1-1.5 inches of rain between now and Saturday.  Not nearly as wet as last week.

Last week's highlights:  We had a lot of rain last week.  Monday being the wettest causing a lot of urban flooding.  We had 2.53 inches of rain total on Monday.  We had 5.34 inches of rain during the entire week, which is close to the 3-year average total rainfall for the entire month of November.  There was urban flooding of streets and parking lots throughout the entire area.  All of the flooding was actually due to drains blocked with fallen tree leaves. 

Last week's data:
High temperature: 52.2ºF
Low temperature: 38.7ºF
Rainiest day: 2.53 inches (Monday the 19th)
Total rainfall: 5.34 inches
Warmest day: 48.7ºF
Coldest day: 42.1ºF
Average temperature last week: 44.7ºF (4.1ºF warmer than 3-year average)
3-year average temperature for last week: 40.6ºF

Warmest and coldest days are based on average temperature of the entire day, starting at midnight. All other averages are based on the whole week, starting Saturday morning at midnight. All weather data unless otherwise noted is sourced from Carl's Shoreline Weather Station.
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