November is an exciting month in the USA. Fall is in full swing, ski resorts are opening left and right, and the stoke for winter runs very high.
November is the month that we return to skiing and riding and once again, discover how out of shape for ski season we are… Big snowfall, big hype, big stoke, and low crowds define November in the USA. Hope is large in November as the winter still holds every possibility…
NOAA issued, then canceled, then re-issued a La Nina Watch on October 13th, 2016. La Nina usually follows the pattern shown below which is great for the Pacific Northwest. As we can see from the image above, the USA is forecasted to experience this pattern during the month of November.
NOAA’s PRECIPITATION OUTLOOK FOR NOVEMBER:
- Above average precipitation northern and southern Alaska, Washington, Oregon, Idaho, western Montana, northern California, & some parts of Texas and New Mexico
- Below average precipitation if forecast for western Nevada, Utah, Colorado, Wyoming, Southeast Montana and the southeast tier of the country.
NOAA’s TEMPERATURE OUTLOOK FOR NOVEMBER:
- Above average temperatures are forecast all over the entire USA.
- Below average temperatures are forecast nowhere.