November 2014 saw frequent bouts of early-season arctic air and snow, setting records in all parts of the nation, including the Pacific Northwest to Florida and even the East Coast. Some of these records included snowstorms, new records for November and new records for earliest it has been cold and earliest there has been so much snow. Here are some of the records so far:
Coldest November or the top three coldest Novembers: Michigan, Rhinelander, Wisconsin; Jacksonville and Tallahassee, Florida
Alongside of these recordings, there were a number of places that recorded coldest temps so early in the season or daily low temps records, these included locations in: Wyoming, Colorado, Oregon, Missouri, Iowa, Illinois, Florida, Texas and North Carolina.
Columbia, South Carolina and Blairsville, Georgia set records for earliest snow on record!!
Wisconsin may have broken a state snowstorm record!! 50.1 inces of snow over 4 days!
And finally, 5 cities in the United States recorded their snowiest Novembers on record with 25 or more inches of snow in Michigan, Maine and Wisconsin.
Read more here: http://www.weather.com/storms/winter/news/november-2014-cold-snow-records-us
What will December bring!?