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WeatherTalk: November was another warmer than average month

This was the seventh consecutive warmer than average month in Fargo and the sixth in Grand Forks.

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The month of November was warmer than average in Fargo and Grand Forks. This was the seventh consecutive warmer than average month in Fargo and the sixth in Grand Forks. In Fargo, the average high was 41.1 degrees and the average low was 24.4 degrees for a daily average mean temperature of 32.8 degrees which is 3.2 degrees warmer than the 1991-2020 average. The warmest temperature was 62 degrees Nov. 6 and the coldest was 2 degrees Nov. 25. There were six days that remained below freezing all day.

For Grand Forks, the average high was 38.7 degrees and the average low was 22.9 degrees for an average daily mean temperature of 30.8 degrees, which is 3.6 degrees warmer than average. The warmest was 61 degrees on the 6th and the coldest was 0 degrees the 25th. There were eight days that remained below freezing all day.

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