Record HOT, record COLD, Record WET and DRY – But what is going on with the US weather?

Saturday, November 2, 2019
By Paul Martin
Nov 1, 2019

October 2019 was far from ordinary in the U.S….

With record-smashing warmth, cold, rain, snow and lack of rain in a number of cities.

October records were shattered in a number of locations in the U.S.. Several Florida cities had their hottest October. Conversely, a number of western cities had their coldest October. And parts of the Southeast had a record-wet October.

Yes, you can say it, the month had a little of everything, including a record early-October heat wave; a Northern Plains blizzard dumping feet of snow; a Northeast bomb cyclone setting low-pressure records; a pair of tropical storms (Nestor and Olga) soaking the South; a severe weather event on Halloween; Arctic cold in the West and Plains; and prolonged dry winds spreading California wildfires.

Record Hot October In Florida
Several cities in the Florida Peninsula sweated through the hottest October on record, including Daytona Beach, Orlando, Tampa, Sarasota, Fort Myers, Vero Beach, West Palm Beach and Miami.

University of Miami research scientist Brian McNoldy noted October was warmer than an average September in Miami, where temperatures failed to drop below 75 degrees the entire month.

A number of other Southeast cities had a top three hottest October, including Wilmington, North Carolina, Charleston, South Carolina, and Tallahassee, Florida.

It wasn’t all about the Southeast, though. America’s northernmost town, Utqiagvik (formerly known as Barrow), Alaska, had its second-warmest October.

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