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77 / 41 locally today

41 degree spread at ABE today, outside the city despite the record high temps the daily averages are being tempered by near normal lows. That'll change heading into WED with precip & the southerly flow, oh the joy of mid 60 DP's in the middle of NOV.

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A couple pics from yesterday. 

Regarding NOV I looked at the top 30 warmest NOV's on record for the month with the most 70(+) degree days: 1975 - 9 1938 - 8 (following very warm start the last 7 days of month averaged -13

My house had about an inch of snow when I left for work and my house is in a nice finger lake effect band now. Sitting at 19 degrees here. 

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With highs in the 70's this weekend, did anyone put up holiday decorations? I wait til after T'giving, undaunted by the frigid conditions that I usually endure!

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1 minute ago, eastonwx said:

With highs in the 70's this weekend, did anyone put up holiday decorations? I wait til after T'giving, undaunted by the frigid conditions that I usually endure!

A few in my neighborhood did. I was working on yard clean up and prep. for my inground irrigation install today. So glad to get it done after a warm, dry stretch and before the upcoming rains.

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One of the more interesting temperature maps you'll see from NJ. Usually there's the radiational cooling throughout the Pine Barrens, but the cooling isn't quite this sporadic. There's a 15-degree spread in just a few miles across southwest Ocean County and a couple of peculiar warm spots in North Jersey - 29 to 63 degrees across the northernmost Sussex County, much more of a temperature difference than you normally see based on elevation alone.

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Another record high today in NW Chester County PA today while we have eclipsed the old relative elevation record (71.0 in 1994)..... we will not like yesterday - when we set an all-time record high of 76.2 be exceeding the current all-time record which is 78 set today back in 1975

 

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1 hour ago, NEchestercountydude said:

A dew point of 67 on the euro on Wednesday has to be some sort of record right?

In the past 80 years it looks like a record. In that time frame PHL has never had a dew point above 66 after the first couple days of November.

 

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Regarding NOV I looked at the top 30 warmest NOV's on record for the month with the most 70(+) degree days:

1975 - 9

1938 - 8 (following very warm start the last 7 days of month averaged -13.2 degrees with 11.8" of snow)

1927 - 8

1990 - 7

2001 - 7

1896 - 6

Following up on an earlier post, drilling down further the most consecutive 70 degree days during the month of NOV at Philadelphia is (5) recorded in 1990 & 1938. A 70 at PHL on WED would represent (6) consecutive days.

I've seen 2010 thrown around at times as a possible hopeful analog, during that NOV PHL did not record one 70 degree day. This NOV appears likely to be on track for another top 10 warm month, significantly warmer than 2010.

Another day spending many hours outdoors, long bike ride today which included Washington Crossing.

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Today will bookend what is arguably the finest seven days of weather in the history of this state, most certainly for November.  Cool/chilly nights, warm afternoons, a light, comfortable breeze some days, etc.  If there's one downside, it's that it isn't DST and the sun starts to go down around 4.  Nevertheless, it has been wonderful.

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Our 3rd straight record daily high in East Nantmeal Twp in Chester County PA. Today's 74.1 beating the old mark of 73 set way back in 1931...temps begin trending downward tomorrow with some rain arriving

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LOL the new normal, a mid NOV sea breeze at the coast. Epic day on the beach in Manasquan, 10:00am high of 68 degrees until the sea breeze dropped temps into the low 60's.

Every official reporting station in the Mt. Holly forecast area set or tied a record high today except the AC Marina. Mt. Pocono set a record high for the 4th consecutive day.

Locally in LMT 75 / 47 split today. 75 degrees is the normal high in Jacksonville, FL today.

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16 hours ago, mshaffer526 said:

Today will bookend what is arguably the finest seven days of weather in the history of this state, most certainly for November.  Cool/chilly nights, warm afternoons, a light, comfortable breeze some days, etc.  If there's one downside, it's that it isn't DST and the sun starts to go down around 4.  Nevertheless, it has been wonderful.

Agreed.  It was heavenly.  70's and a light breeze took me to sunny San Diego.

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To compare and contrast with the PHL 70 day analysis above - I went back into the database since 1894 to see what the 70 degree climatology looks like for Chester County PA

  • 71 years of 128 (55%) on record have seen days over 70 degrees 
  • The most 70 degree days in November in rank order
    • 1975 - 8 / 1990 - 6/ 1896 - 7 / 1931 - 7 / 1902 - 5 / 1903 - 5 / 1913 - 5 / 1938 - 5/ 2020 - 5
  • The most consecutive 70 degree days in November were the 8 straight days between Nov 2nd and 9th in 1975 - this year is the 4th time we have had 5 straight 70+ days in November
  • The longest stretch between November's without a 70 degree was in this past decade between 2009 and 2014 we experienced no days over 70 degrees in November
  • Of Note in 1950 we actually had back to back days exceeding 80 degrees in November
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