This November is already on the right track to become one of the hottest places for Buffalo in the past.
Buffalo, New York – From the monster Lake Influence event to the 60’s. Local weather history Around Thanksgiving
Thanksgiving falls on Thursday, November 4, so it is safe to assume that snow may fall on the festival. And history shows there is a 50/50 chance of this happening!
During the last 30 years, there have been 16 holidays. This includes the last four years as well as every Thanksgiving since 2016.
The snowiest snow on record in Buffalo occurred on November 27, 1952, when 10.3 inches of snow was recorded at Buffalo Airport. Many local cities also voted 6 to 10 inches that day.
But other parts of western New York received a lot of snow on Thanksgiving because of our friend Erie. Two special events and years at Buffalo National Weather Service. It was observed in 1956 and 2000.
On Thanksgiving Day in 1956, a hurricane-laden storm struck southern Arizona and Wyoming counties and downhill. Near four feet of snow fell in Springville, South Eri County! And in the real lake effect fashion, there is only one trail of Thanksgiving at Buffalo Airport.
Linn He left on Thursday morning following the lake disaster that occurred on Wednesday, 2000. Thanksgiving was upon us, which means the holiday season is in full swing. This On November 23, 2000, he celebrated the festival with a snowy day on the ground.
Temperature-related average and low temperatures in late November are 31 and 44 degrees.
The hottest Thanksgiving day on record In the afternoon of 1896 it reached 68 degrees in the afternoon.
Thanksgiving is upon us, which means the holiday season is in full swing. Linn Linn Linn Linn Linn Linn November 22 Linn In that day, 2018, the cold north moved to the northeast and cooled to 9 degrees until midnight. And the temperature that day was only 20 degrees.
Thanksgiving is upon us, which means the holiday season is in full swing. We are expecting some showers on Wednesday, but that weather should go out dry and hot in the 40’s rather than the average Thanksgiving day.
Since the warm-up earlier this month, temperatures in November have been “extremely hot” on average. The average temperature for mid-November is one degree higher than the hottest November recorded in Buffalo.
This record is 47.9 degrees since November 1931. Linn Linn Linn Linn Linn Linn Linn Linn Linn Linn Linn Linn Linn Linn Linn Linn Linn November 2020 While it is still too early to say what will happen, we can assume that this November will be in the top 10 unless it is very cold. Hold for several days near the end of the month.