Nov. could be a little colder than usual in Tri-Cities

November 4, 2013 

— November could be a little chillier than usual in the Tri-Cities, according to the National Weather Service.

It’s predicting temperatures to be near or below normal this month and precipitation near normal this month.

Normal highs for the Tri-Cities in November fall from 58 degrees at the start of the month to 44 degrees at the end of the month.

Normal lows fall from 38 to 32 degrees.

Average precipitation for November in the Tri-Cities is 1 inch.

October also was cooler than normal for the Tri-Cities, according to the weather service.

However, no daily temperature records were set at Hanford, where the Hanford Meterological Station keeps records back to World War II.

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