Nov 10, 2015

Incredible November Warmth for Portions of the U.S., Europe and Beyond

Tallahassee, FL
Naples, FL
Daytona Beach, FL
Gainesville, FL
Jacksonville, FL
Tampa, FL
USA
by
Christopher Burt
,
Weather Underground
Almost one third of the entire country (including much of Florida) has seen this year so far (from January 1 to Oct. 31) result in the warmest average minimum temperatures on record since 1895. Image: NOAA/NCDC
Almost one third of the entire country (including much of Florida) has seen this year so far (from January 1 to Oct. 31) result in the warmest average minimum temperatures on record since 1895. Image: NOAA/NCDC

The first 10 days of November 2015 have seen record-breaking warmth for many locations in Florida and elsewhere in U.S. while all-time November monthly national heat records have so far been broken in the U.K., Ireland, France, Estonia, Slovenia, and Finland. All-time record heat (for any month) was also observed in parts of Australia and French Guiana. ..It has been the warmest start to any November on record for most of Florida. Temperatures have averaged 5°-18° above normal for the first week of the month.