Monday, November 16, 2009

Mid-November Weather

It was a busy weekend here in Colorado with below normal temperatures and another decent snowfall. That puts us over 2 feet so far this season....some parts of the city close to 3 feet!

Today there is a small pocket of wintry weather across northeast Kansas, northwest Missouri, southwest Iowa and southeast Nebraska.

It is still very cold over Alaska with sub-zero readings expected this week in the interior.

Hawaii has been dealing with record rain and extremely high surf with waves over 15 feet. Hilo saw over 4 inches of rain in one day last week.

The week is off to a stormy start in the Pacific Northwest with plenty of wind and rain as well as mountain snow. Heavy totals are possible from northern California through western Oregon and Washington this week.

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