The month of November 2010 was warm over much of the central U.S. stretching from North Dakota to Texas. Lincoln, NE, home of this Climate Blog averaged 1.0 deg. F above normal for the month of November. Parts of the western 1/3 of the U.S. were slightly below normal as was Florida and parts of the SE U.S.
Most of the U.S. was drier than normal during November 2010 with two exceptions, the area stretching from Louisiana to Ohio and portions of the the Northern Rocky Mountain states. Nebraska was also drier than normal with the only a small area in the Lincoln-Omaha area receiving above normal precipitation.
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he High Plains Regional Climate Center (HPRCC) creates daily monthly and seasonal climate maps for the U.S. as well as diffrent regions and individual states. The following two