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Weather Talk: First half of November pleasant in most years

The weather tends to always be the most talked about subject in this area, but the great start to November made this even more noticeable. Once we reach November, the general expectation is for winter to quickly settle in with cold and snowy weather.

The weather tends to always be the most talked about subject in this area, but the great start to November made this even more noticeable.

Once we reach November, the general expectation is for winter to quickly settle in with cold and snowy weather.

Historically, that has definitely happened, but most years, the first half of November is still reasonably pleasant.

Granted, not in every year has November started out as nice as this one: The first 10 days of the month was the third-warmest such period on record.

Yet, as recently as last year, we experienced the second-warmest November on record, although it did start off a bit cooler than this year.

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Many recent Novembers, especially the first half, have treated us fairly well temperature-wise as seven of the top 25 warmest starts of November have occurred since 1999, with a majority of those years maintaining that above-average warmth through the entire month.

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