This Week in Weather 11/10/18-11/16/18

What a week! Records were broken left and right, and not just for winter weather, but all types of it! Check out weather stats from the week below.

  • Tropical season is not over yet! A system had a 30% chance of development in the Atlantic for the following 5 days as of Saturday, November 10.
  • On Sunday, November 11, Amarillo, TX received 3” of snow, breaking the daily record set back in 1997 with 1” of snow.
  • It snowed in Shreveport, LA on Tuesday, November 13. This was the first time they received measurable snow in November since 1980.
  • The Camp Fire in California is now the deadliest fire in the state’s history. 44 people have lost their lives across the state.
  • From coast to coast, cities across the country broke weather records of every kind  on Monday, November 12:
  • Snow
    • Wichita, KS
    • Garden City, KS
    • Columbia, MO
    • Tulsa, OK
    • Springfield, IL
    • Paducah, KY
  • Rain
    • Montgomery, AL  
    • Anniston, AL  
    • Tupelo, MS
    • Meridian, MS
    • Vicksburg, MS
    • Jackson, MS
    • Charlotte, NC
    • Greenville-Spartanburg, SC
    • Florence, SC
    • Shreveport, LA
    • Monroe, LA
    • Longview, TX
    • Danville, VA  
  • Warm Highs
    • Sarasota, FL
    • Gainesville, FL
    • Seattle, WA
  • Warm Lows
    • Melbourne, FL
    • Key West, FL
  • Cold Highs
    • El Dorado, AR
    • Texarkana, AR
  • Cold Lows
    • Borger, TX
    • Lancaster, CA
    • Prescott, AZ
  • The first winter storm was named of the 2018-2019 season on Wednesday, November 14 (Avery).
  • St. Louis, MO issued their 1st Winter Storm Warning since 2016 on Wednesday, November 14.
  • Paducah, KT: 1.6″ on Wednesday, November 14 was a daily record, the second highest November snow day, and the earliest 1″+ snowfall in 25 Years (the earliest on record was on October 30, 1993).

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