Last week was a rather normal week for temperatures around here, averaging just 0.6 degrees above normal for the duration of the week. The week was dominated by some morning fog in spots on a few days (except Saturday), but was dominated by quiet weather. Clouds were around on Monday into Tuesday, with Wednesday through Friday bringing some of the nicest late November weather possible to the region as highs were in the upper half of the 50's each day.
Outside of a round of showers that moved through during the evening hours on Friday and scattered flurries on Saturday, the weather was dry throughout the region last week...continuing our stretch of dryness that has been in place since Sandy moved through nearly four weeks ago.
Temperatures throughout the Mid Atlantic and much of the Northeast remain cool this month -- averaging anywhere from a degree or two below average to our north to four or more degrees south. With another cool week on tap around here, November will end up below normal in our part of the world by three or perhaps more degrees.