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All Time Record Highs for November as Heat Continues

1 Nov 2016, 9:17 pm

The records continue to fall as much of the country felt another day of heat, especially from the Tennessee Valley to the Deep South. Along with daily record highs for November 1st, several communities set all time November high temperatures. A warm area of high pressure south of the main Jet Stream flow is contributing to the much above average readings.

In Alabama, quite a few cities experienced the warmest November day ever.


For Kentucky, London, Louisville and Paducah were well into the 80s, along with Evansville, IN. In Missouri, Cape Girardeau, Joplin, and Springfield also set November high temperature records.


It wasn’t just the warmest November 1st, but also the warmest day ever in November for Tupelo and Meridian, MS.


Along with a November all time high temperature, Jackson, TN has now set 5 record high temperatures in a row. The record for tomorrow is also in jeopardy. The heat was also felt in Nashville.


In Kansas, Dodge City and Garden City have strung together several days of record highs.

With the Jet Stream barely shifting tomorrow, more record highs are likely to fall on Thursday.


For WeatherNation: Meteorologist Mace Michaels

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