BUFFALO, N.Y. — We don't typically set a lot of temperature records for heat in the month of November but this year is certainly an exception.
Our most recent record was hitting a high of 74 degrees early on Sunday morning and that broke the record of 73 degrees set back in 1948. Temperatures on Sunday weren't very warm but the lingering warmth from Saturday helped us break that record.
Here's a recap of some of the other recent records we broke:
On Friday, temperatures out at the Buffalo Niagara International Airport hit 74 degrees and set a new daily high temperature record for November. 4. The previous record high was 73 degrees set back on the date in 1938.
Saturday didn't want to miss out on an opportunity to enjoy the warmth too and two more records were set. Temperatures on Saturday hit 79 degrees, which breaks the old record of 76 degrees set back in 1948. To give you a little context, this was the second warmest day in November record books in Buffalo.
But also, we set a record high low temperature too. Early on Saturday morning, temperatures did not cool down all that much. 61 degrees was the overnight low and that breaks the record from 1902 of 59 degrees.
To give you some context on how odd these types of temperatures are around this time of year, our average daytime high should be 52° and average overnight low should be 37 degrees.