We were a bit spoiled for the first half of November with summer-like temperatures.
But it appears that after our warm start to the month, the cooler temperatures that moved into KELOLAND over the weekend are here to stay. That doesn't take anything away from what was a gorgeous and long fall season in the Upper Midwest.
When looking at our average high temperatures to this point in November compared to our normal high for the month, most areas are well above normal with average highs running in the mid 50s across the state. When you compare that to the normal readings, we're sitting a good 10 to 15 degrees above normal.
That being said, it now looks like change has blown into KELOLAND in the form of much cooler temperatures. Looking at the extended forecast, it appears temperatures will sit well below normal on several days over the next two weeks, meaning November may end up being an average month after all.