Warmer temperatures, above average precipitation as we move through fall

November is starting off with a wintry look and feel.  Is this a sign of what the month will bring? It's time to dive into the numbers with the November outlook.

We're well into fall and this is a month that typically gets colder for us anyway.  Our average high falls from nearly 60 on the first to the mid 40s by the end of the month.  Our average low gets quite a bit colder too, dropping from 40 on the first to 29 cold degrees to round things out.

The latest outlook from the Climate Prediction Center calls for areas near and south of Indy to average warmer than usual temperatures.  I do see a quick warm-up coming our way, but another cool down isn't far behind.  I expect to see a good amount of back and forth between warm and cool temperatures.

November is off to an active start and that's a trend that looks to continue.  Above average precipitation is in the outlook, not only for all of Indiana, but most of the Ohio Valley and Midwest. Multiple chances for rain are in the forecast to start a month that averages 3.70" of precipitation.

We average .7" of snow too.  Even though we had a little wintry mix right out of the gate, another chance of snow isn't in our cards any time soon. 

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