RICHMOND, Va. -- November is a month where our normal high drops from the mid 60s to the mid 50s, and our normal low drops into the mid 30s.
A typical November produces over three inches of liquid precipitation. This includes rain and melted ice and snow.
In terms of snowfall, many Novembers go snow-free. However, certain years manage to produce at least a trace by the end of the month. The historical monthly average is 0.2", but that's a bit skewed due to some scattered years where we picked up a few inches of snow.
October was the ninth warmest on record, including some near 100° temps on October 2 and 3.
For November, it looks like we will settle into a pattern that may produce temperatures that average a little below normal.
Near-normal levels of precipitation are expected.
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