Tucson, Arizona 2021-11-30 14:00:00 –
November in Tucson was one of the warmest on record. To be exact, the third.
The same is true if expected in December, according to the National Meteorological Service.
Aaron Hardin, a forecaster for the NWS Tucson, said November 2021 would be third with an average maximum temperature of 82.7 degrees Celsius. Only November 2012 and 1894 showed higher averages, each reaching its highest at 84.1 degrees.
In one context, the average maximum temperature of 82.7 degrees in November this year is more than 3 degrees higher than 79.5 degrees in November last year, and more than 7 degrees higher than the normal average maximum temperature in areas just above 75 degrees.
According to Hardin, the average minimum temperature this month was 52.4 degrees Celsius, nearly three degrees higher than the monthly average of 49 degrees Celsius.
Old Pueblo will also mark the second highest mark in November days above 80 degrees.
Tucson was set to record at least 80 degrees of weather for 24 days, as temperatures are expected to exceed 80 degrees on Tuesday.
The record for days above 80 degrees in November is 28, set in 1894.
According to forecasts by the National Climate Prediction Center, a warmer month will come, drier than usual, for those who expect December to bring some rest from the heat and cool of the holidays.
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