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    How's the weather at your place? November 2018

    Welcome to the November weather thread!

    The full moon in November is on the 23rd. November’s full Moon was called the Beaver Moon by both the Algonquin tribes and colonial Americans. The Native Americans used the monthly Moons and nature’s signs as a sort of calendar to track the seasons.

    Why this name? Back then, this was the month to set beaver traps before the swamps froze, to ensure a supply of warm winter furs.

    The November full Moon was also called the Full Frost Moon by other Native American tribes.
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    54* this morning - quite warm out on the porch and dark! Calling for a high of 58* today with more rain....

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    48 this morning here....funny that we are that much colder than northern PA! Headed to 73 for a high.

    We hit 70 with lots of sun yesterday. Grass is still growing....i cut the chapel grass last evening, had to make the cemetery look good for Halloween!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Titleist1 View Post
    48 this morning here....funny that we are that much colder than northern PA! Headed to 73 for a high.

    We hit 70 with lots of sun yesterday. Grass is still growing....i cut the chapel grass last evening, had to make the cemetery look good for Halloween!!
    I need another mowing also plus to start chopping up leaves but it’s been soaking wet forever....
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    24o and clear skies this morning. Calling for a high of 45o and brilliant sunshine this afternoon.
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    Another month towards winter and retirement . Wet here still. Stopped rain finally yesterday afternoon and sun came out. Overcast today with rain again tonight.
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    Front came blasting thru between 4 and 6 AM, picked up 3.94" of rain to start the month.

    Had some wind and house shaker thunder and lightening.

    Temp 72*, humidity 88%, gray and gloomy.
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    My rain stats from October -

    Days with rain - 20
    Rain total - 4.65
    Oct average - 3.49
    Year to date - 46.03
    Average YTD - 32.89

    That gives us 13.14” over the average so far this year.
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    53* this morning with fog and 100% humidity - calling for a high of 55* today. That high is supposed to happen around noon with the temp dropping from there.

    We had a downpour around 3:30 this morning - .33” in a matter of minutes.

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    CT always jogs my memory to go back and check my stats. October brought us 7.47" of rain. With a high of 1.61" last Saturday. The past 7 days has brought us 3.95" of rain with only Tuesday having no measurable rain. As soon as I get a day that isn't raining, I'll get the 185 and cart out and clean up the rest of the leaves and yard waste, then call the yard work done. It's just too wet to do anything else. The 1026R with the R4s on the lawn would be a disaster.

    Warm here this morning at 55° and 0.14" of rain since midnight, the temp feels good, and it's not raining at the moment. Off and on showers today with the temps falling into the 40s.
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