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NOVEMBER 2006 WEATHER RECORDS December 1, 2006

Posted by thenaturalist in Records.
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All day yesterday people were talking about the possibility that this warm November might set a new record for the WARMEST NOVEMBER in Vermont’s weather history. We just missed. First place is still held by November 1948, which averaged 44.4 degrees. November 2006 came in second with an average of 42.9 degrees. But it did set other records. It tied with 1915, 1937, and 1948 as the LEAST SNOWY NOVEMBER (only a trace all of those years) and also the LEAST SNOWY NOVEMBER ATOP MT. MANSFIELD (0.5 inches). It also scored two RECORD HIGHS FOR NOVEMBER DATES: November 17 was 70 degrees, exceeding 65 degrees in 1891, and November 30 was 63 degrees, exceeding 60 degrees in 1991. (BFP 12/1/06)

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