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November 2012: A mild month in store with the chance of seeing a significant storm, however overall should be mild with the average forecasted temps to be around the 50-60F range. There is the chance of seeing 6-8 days even being warmer and also 8-10 days being colder. The month will see 0.5-1.0 in of rainfall along with 2-4in of snowfall possible. The majority of the snow may come in one event for the month. December 2012: Temps will slightly fall for the month but overall it could be a...
November 2012: A warm month will start for the region, followed by a mid-month run into old man winter. Expect the average temps for the month to be around 40-50F with the potential of seeing 6-8 days above that and 6-8 days below. The month’s precipitation will include a trace to 0.25in of rainfall along with the possibility of seeing 2-4in of snowfall. December 2012. The month will be ushered in by some cooler temps with the average dropping into the 30-40F range. There is a chance...
November 2012: A mild start to the month is forecasted and then a quick mid-month cold burst is possible. The overall average temps for the month will be around 40-50F. There will possibly be about 4-6 days that are warmer along with 5-7 days towards the end of the month that will be colder. Precipitation for the month will include the potential of seeing 1-2in of rainfall towards the beginning of the month followed by a snowy finish with upwards to 6-8in of snowfall. December 2012. Temps...
November 2012: The month will start out mild, however it will quickly turn colder with the forecasted average for the month around 30-40F, with the potential of seeing 3-5days warmer and 4-6days colder. Winter weather impacts include the chance of seeing about 1-2in of snowfall for the month. December 2012. The month will be fairly cold as average temps are forecasted to be around 20-30F with the chance of seeing 2-4 days being a touch warmer, while also there will be the chance of seeing...
November 2012: The month will start out on the mild side early then will slowly shift towards a colder month, look for the average temps on the month to be around 40-50F, with the potential of seeing 7-9 days warmer, and also 7-9 days that are colder. The precipitation for the month will be around 1-2in of rainfall. Winter weather impacts on the month will include 1-3in of snowfall possible along with a frost and freeze. December 2012. Temps will drop to an average of 30-40F on the month....
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