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November was 3rd driest on record in Cleveland

4:32 PM, Dec 2, 2012   |    comments
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CLEVELAND - Last month will go down as the third driest November on record in Cleveland after a record wet October thanks to the remnants of Hurricane Sandy.

The National Weather Service reported on Sunday that November precipitation ranged from 1.87 to 3.00 inches below normal among the major citites across northern Ohio.

This is in stark contrast to October, which brought record rains and precipitation amounts as much as 7 inches above normal. Little snow fell in November with monthly snow ranging from a trace to 3.1 inches.

Temperatures ranged from 1.8 to 3.6 degrees below normal for November as well.

Here is a look city by city:

Akron/Canton... 5th driest November on record with 0.75 of an inch. The driest November on record is 0.41 of an inch in 1939.

Cleveland Hopkins... 3rd driest November on record with 0.76 of an inch. The driest November on record is 0.41 of an inch in 1904.

Mansfield... 6th driest November on record with 0.82 of an inch. The driest November on record is 0.34 of an inch in 1904.

Youngstown... 5th driest November on record with 0.82 of an inch. The driest November on record was 0.27 of an inch in 1917.

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Information courtesy: National Weather Service

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