Houston shivers 1st back-to-back Nov freeze since 1991 and earliest snow on record along with Galveston & Munroe, LA

Written by on November 15, 2018 in United States of America with 0 Comments

The November 2018 cold wave will be remembered for one of the coldest start’s to November on record in some Midwest cities while for some southern cities where it’s still typically in the 70s at this time of year, they witnessed their earliest snow on record.

From weather.com

Coldest So Early in the Season or in Years

San Antonio saw its low temperature plummet to a shivering 23 degrees Wednesday morning, crushing the previous daily record for Nov. 14 of 28 degrees.

Not only that, it was the coldest temperature ever recorded in San Antonio so early in the season.

Farther north, Minneapolis/St. Paul had its first single-digit low temperature in the month of November in almost four years on Tuesday morning (7 degrees). The last time the Twin Cities had a single digit low in November was Nov. 30, 2014.

Kansas City’s low temperature of 9 degrees Saturday morning was the coldest November temperature there since Nov. 18, 2014 (6 degrees).

Record Early Snowfall

Houston reported its earliest snowfall on record Tuesday morning as a brief bout of wintry precipitation moved over the metro area.

Although there wasn’t any accumulation, it was enough for the city to crush its previous record for earliest first flakes from Nov. 23, 1979.


Meanwhile in the Deep South…


Also in Louisiana

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