Highs

For the month (Nov. 7) 58.0 degrees

Average this month 43.1 degrees

30-year average 50.8 degrees

Record (Nov. 12, 1967) 75.0 degrees

Lows

For Month (Nov. 25) 7.0 degrees

Average this month 25.0 degrees

30-year average 30.9 degrees

Reccrd (Nov. 16, 1955) -14.0 degrees

Snow

Total for November 14.2"

30-year average 6.5%

Record (1985) 27.2"

Season Total Through November 14.2"

Precipitation

Total for November 2.46"

30-year Average 1.29"

Most in 24 Hrs. (Nov. 1-2) 1.10"

Nov. Record (1985) 2.63"

Records set at Salt Lake weather station

Nov. 2: Daily record of 1 inch of precipitation; previously 0.48 in 1938.

Nov. 19-20: Fourth greatest snowfall (7.5 inches) in a 24-hour period.

Nov. 20: Daily record of 0.52 inches of precipitation: previously record of 0.41 inches in 1941.

Nov. 22: Daily record of 3.6 inches of snow; previously 0.5 in 1940.

Nov. 23-24: Third greatest snow depth on the ground for Nov., 9 inches.

Nov. 25: Record-low maximum, 27 degrees; previously 29 in 1952.

Utah weather highlight

Nov. 1-2: Month started out on a wet note, just like that last few days of October. Moderate amounts of snow fell in the mountains: 22 inches at Alta and 16, Brighton. Tooele, Sprinville, Provo-BYU and Heber City received 2 inches. Some of the more impressive water amounts: Alta, 3.23; Holladay, 1.46; Sugar House, 1.62; and Orem, 1.38.

Nov. 19-20: A major winter storm clobbered the Wasatch Front and most of northern Utah, making the morning commute on Friday a long, tense adventure. Snowfall amounts: Alta, 27 inches; Centerville, 10-23; Bountiful bench, 16; Salem, 12; Holladay, 9-13; Salt Lake Avenues, 10-12; and Salt Lake Airport 8.

Nov. 22-24: Another wintry blast hit in less than a week. A new state 24-hour snowfall record for a mountain location was set at Alta with 45 inches of snow on Nov. 22-23. Total snowfall amounts from the storm (in inches): Alta, 54; Snowbird, 50; Bountiful bench, 17-21; Kamas, 12; Park City; 15; Heber, 10; Sandy/Millcreek, 12; and Summit Park, 16. A few moisture amounts, in inches: Alta, 3.18; Olympus Cove, 11.49; Solitude, 3.25; Hogle Zoo, 1.37; Holladay, 0.88; and Tooele, 0.50.

Nov. 25: A freezing -cold morning in many areas. Some of the colder readings: Historic Farm, Cache County, -14; Solitude, -20; Randolph/Snyderville, -17; Brian Head, -13; and Trento, -12. Some November monthly preciptitation totals; Alta, 9.69 inches (170 percent); Holladay, 3.36 (168 percent): Provo-Byu, 2.06 (122 percent); Richfield, 0.32 (48 percent); and Zion National Park, trace (0 percent).

Source: Salt Lake office, National Weather Service