You can add another city to the long list of record warm temperatures for this year. It has been 231 days since Boise, ID has seen the temperature drop below 32 degrees. The last time it was under freezing was way back on March 28th. This is the longest growing season ever recorded for the city. The previous record was 207 days, set back in 2005.
— NWS Boise (@NWSBoise) November 15, 2016
There are signs that changes will be coming and the first freeze in Boise may be felt by the end of the week as a strong low pressure center pulls down much colder air later on this week and also brings in the chance for snow.
Boise is not the only city that has seen a record long growing season. Minneapolis continues to lengthen its record and Portland is climbing through its second longest streak. Spokane has yet to see a hard freeze.
— NWS Portland (@NWSPortland) November 14, 2016
— NWS Spokane (@NWSSpokane) November 15, 2016
For WeatherNation: Meteorologist Mace Michaels