Yesterday marked the 25th anniversary of the 1991 Halloween winter storm. Some recorded a dusting while many in northwestern Iowa saw over 10 inches by the time things were said and done on November 2nd.
For more information, visit the Des Moines National Weather Service.
The first five days of November this month are expected to be warm, but not as warm as they were last last year. The chart below shows the high temperatures for the first five days of November last year compared to the forecast this year.
The night sky can be beautiful here in eastern Iowa. But beyond what we can see, it can be a little creepy. NASA’s Exoplanet Exploration looks at what planets outside of our solar system are like…some are not so pleasant.
You can visit these planets by clicking here.
November is here and normally things start to get really chilly this month. Here’s a look at November by the numbers in Waterloo and Dubuque:
This post was written by Rachael Peart on November 1, 2016