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Climate Prediction Center Forecasts Above Average Temperatures and Rainfall for November

After a warmer than average October, Mid-Missouri will continue to see above average temperatures continue into the month of November. The Climate Prediction Center’s temperature outlook for the month of November favors above normal temperatures stretching through the Great Lakes region to the Southeast and through all of the Midwest, with the highest probability centered around the Great Lakes. These higher than average temperatures are already reflected in November’s first weekly forecast, where Missouri is expected to endure daily highs that are anywhere from ten to fifteen degrees above average.

To accompany these above average temperatures, the Climate Prediction Center is also forecasting above average precipitation for November in Missouri. The greatest odds for higher than normal amounts are located in the Southeast, lower Mississippi Valley, and the far eastern portion of the Southwest. This will come as good news to our region, as it will help relieve the current drought conditions if it does, indeed, happen.

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