So warm in November last time before 70 years (1950), summer days in Detroit, Baltimore, Indianapolis,…

Extremely hot weather in eastern parts of the USA continues and Northeast reports next summer days in a row.

Unseasonably warm air with tropical origin has flooded regions up to southern Ontario and Quebec, Canada and untraditionally northern parts of USA and Canada report summer temperatures above +25°C / 77°F.

It´s 10. November and Collingwood, Ontario, Canada reports +26,0°C / 78.8°F! Ottawa enjoys extremely warm days with maximum +22,5°C / 72.5°F, in London is +21,5°C / 70.7°F, in Montreal +20,0°C / 68°F, in Toronto +19,5°C / 67.1°F…

But more as in Canadian part of borders are interesting maximum temperatures in northernmost parts of the USA on Tuesday, 10. November – Detroit and Baltimore has reached summer +25,0°C / 77°C, in Indianapolis has been +25,6°C / 78.1°F or in Erie, Pennsylvania +26,1°C / 79°F.

New York reports already 3rd summer day in a row, with maximum temperatures from Saturday to Tuesday, 7.-10. November 2020 +24,4°C/ 75.9°F, 25°C / 77°F, 25°C / 77°C and +25,6°C / 78.1°F /;

Extremely warm is in Chicago, Buffalo and Cleveland, +24,4°C / 75.9°F, Philadelphia, Pittsburgh and Washington D.C. report +23,9°C / 75°F.

In more mentioned cities hasn´t been so warm in November since year 1950, therefore we should claim, that many parts of Northeast experience with 70-year November warm spell (or rarely November heatwave, because on Saturday has been measured +30,6°C in North Platte, Nebraska) /

Extremely high temperatures are on the plan on Wednesday and Thursday too, then is return so anomalous weather in the region almost impossible and not expected, although, until 26. November, warmer periods will be quickly alternate with colder ones.

It appears, that after historic October coldwaves /;, Indian summer 2020 hit unexpectedly and in full power.


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