November 2015 Strong Low Pressure System

November 13, 2015

We had quite the Low Pressure system come through Wednesday and Thursday. If you heard thunder outside on Wednesday and second guessed what the date was (Yes, it really was November 11, 2015!), then you realized how warm we really were. Although, warm might be a relative term for those who think warm should always be above 70 degrees. So just how warm were we? Take a look at the table below – it shows you for a sample of our sites, we saw all high temperatures over 45 degrees and not a single station dipped below 32 degrees. Take a look at the wind, there is a reason you probably heard some howling!

 

November 11 &12, 2015 Storm Max Wind Gust 24 hr Rainfall Low Temperature High Temperature
Champlin 28.7 0.09 55.4 39.1
Corcoran City hall 40.1 1.33 53 39
Dayton City Hall 20.5 0.05 54.1 35.3
Excelsior Fire Dept 43.1 3.84 51.1 41.1
Goose Lake Substation 29.6 0.18 48.9 35.6
Greenfield City Hall 40.1 1.59 52.1 38.4
Hanover Fire Dept 31.7 1.1 53.5 34.4
HCEM Medina Mesonet 24.4 1.19 55.9 40.8
Howard Lake Substation 25.7 0.15 47.2 34
Lake Caroline WHE 40.1 0.51 48.6 35
Loretto Fire Dept 37.8 1.52 53.2 38.3
Maple Lake WHE 42.2 0.814 50.9 36.5
Minneapolis 25 1.39 59.8 44.3
Rockford Fire Dept 34.7 0.81 52.3 35.5
Saint Michael Fire Dept 32.4 0.17 53.5 38.6
Silver Creek WHE 36.6 0.59 50.9 37.2
West Hennepin Public Safety 42.9 4.22 53.5 36.8
Westonka Library 23.1 0.05 51.1 34.8
Woodland Substation 37.6 0.13 51.1 36.3