This fall, we have experienced a few twists and turns when it comes to our weather. From above-normal precipitation and temperatures in the month of October, to cooler-than-normal temperatures in early November, and now record-breaking temperatures at the end of the month. It’s also been a month of no snow and very little rain.
The last time that we experienced no snow in the month of November was in 2009. November is by no means one of our snowiest months, but on average we can see around two inches. Our average first snowfall in Omaha is November 10, but we are obviously well past that date now. The latest snow ever recorded was December 31, 2006.
As we transition from November into December, our mild and dry weather conditions will continue for at least the first few days of the new month. There are some signs that a much stronger system will arrive early next week, but it doesn’t have a lot of moisture to work with as it passes through the area. There is a slight chance for a few rain showers but still no snow. The main impact from the next system will be very cold temperatures.