WunderBlog Archive » Weather Extremes

Category 6 has moved! See the latest from Dr. Jeff Masters and Bob Henson here.

Incredible November Warmth for Portions of the U.S., Europe and Beyond

By: Christopher C. Burt, 7:57 PM GMT on November 10, 2015

Incredible November Warmth for the U.S., Europe and Beyond

The first 10 days of November 2015 have seen record-breaking warmth for many locations in Florida and elsewhere in U.S. while all-time November monthly national heat records have so far been broken in the U.K., Ireland, France, Estonia, Slovenia, and Finland. All-time record heat (for any month) was also observed in parts of Australia and French Guiana. Here is a brief summary.



This ‘global’ view of the temperature anomaly for November 7th illustrates just how far above normal temperatures were in both the eastern U.S. and Western Europe simultaneously. It was perhaps the warmest November day on record for France. Image from the Climate Change Institute, University of Maine.

In the U.S. and Canada

It has been the warmest start to any November on record for most of Florida. Temperatures have averaged 5°-18° above normal for the first week of the month.



Historical ranking of mean temperatures across the Southeast for the period of November 1-8. Map and data from SERCC (Southeast Regional Climate Center).

This has resulted in some all-time monthly heat records (both maximum and minimum temperatures) at many locations in the state. All-time November monthly heat records were broken at:

Tallahassee 89° on November 2nd and 4th (old record 88° set on several previous occasions). The site also tied its warmest daily minimum temperature with a low of 75° on November 1st and 2nd. The first week of the month averaged 16.7° above normal!

Naples 92° on November 4th (tied former record also set on November 10, 1946)

Daytona Beach 90° on November 2nd (old record 89° on several previous occasions)

Gainesville 91° on November 3rd (old record 90° on several previous occasions)

Jacksonville 89° on November 1st and 3rd (old record 88° on several previous occasions).

Tampa 92° on November 4th (old record 90° on November 1, 2006. This was also the warmest temperature ever observed between the dates of October 17-March 25th. Even more remarkable were the record high minimums that occurred every night from November 1st to November 6th and again on November 8th and 9th.



The amazing streak of record high minimum temperatures observed at Tampa between November 1st and Nov. 9th. NOW data table from NWS-Tampa.

Key West Like Tampa, Key West has also seen a phenomenal stretch of record high minimum temperatures every night from October 31st through November 10th (aside from November 5th ) including all-time November monthly high minimums of 81° on November 1, 2, 7, 8, and 9. This streak is likely to continue for a few more days.



Record high minimum temperatures seem to have been especially pervasive this year as the map above illustrates. Almost one third of the entire country (including much of Florida) has seen this year so far (from January 1 to Oct. 31) result in the warmest average minimum temperatures on record since 1895. NOAA/NCDC map.

The hottest temperature measured in all of Florida so far this November was 93° at Inverness on November 4th and also at Punta Gorda on November 7th. These maximums fall short, however, of the Florida November state record of 96° measured at Oasis Ranger Station in November 1986. In southern Georgia, Waycross reached 92° (with a THI of 103°!) on November 2nd, just 2° shy of the Georgia state November heat record of 94° set at Moultrie in November 2003.

The heat briefly extended far to the north of Florida for a few days early in the month with Flint, Michigan also measuring an all-time November monthly high of 80° on November 4th (old record 79° on three previous occasions including on November 3rd this month). In Canada Windsor, Ontario saw a daily record 23.9°C (75.0°F) also on November 4th, and in North Bay, Ontario (46° 18’ N) the temperature made it up to 23.6°C (74.5°F) smashing the previous November monthly record of 20.0°C/68.0°F set on November 3, 1961. Ontario’s warmest November temperature ever measured was not threatened: 27.2°C (81.0°F) at St. Catherines and Vineland Station on November 3, 1961.

November 7th saw the warmth head east and, on November 7th, daily temperature records were broken or tied in New York City (74°), Boston (73°), Washington D.C. (80°), Baltimore (80°) Albany (73°), Providence (72°) and Hartford (76°). However, none of these were November monthly records.

Europe November Record Heat Wave

Amazing as the warmth in the U.S. may have been, it paled in comparison to the unprecedented warmth that has engulfed much of Europe since late October. All-time November national monthly heat records have been set in the United Kingdom with a 22.4°C (72.3°F) reading on November 1st at Trawsoed, Wales as well as in Ireland with a 20.1°C (68.2°F) temperature at Dooks, County Kerry also on November 1st. The previous November record for Ireland was 20.0°C (68.0•F) at Rathfarnham on November 4, 1946 and in the U.K. 21.7°C (71.1°F) at Prestatyn also on November 4, 1946. UPDATE: Apparently an all-time November high minimum temperature for the U.K. has just been set at Murlough, Northern Ireland the night of November 9-10 with a low of just 16.1°C (61.0°F). The previous November record high minimum was 15.9°C (59.4°F) at Eastbourne, East Sussex in November 2005.

In Finland a national monthly record was set on November 3rd at Kimitoon (Kemio) with 14.8°C (57.7°F) crushing the previous November national record of 13.0° (55.4°F) measured at Jomala on November 12, 1999.

Estonia saw its national monthly record broken on November 3rd with Sami measuring 14.9°C (58.8°F). Previous record was 13.7°C (56.7°F) at Tartu on November 3, 1967. The capital city, Tallinn, also set its monthly record with a 13.7°C (56.7°F) reading.

France has (so far) seen probably the most anomalous temperatures anywhere in Europe. A new November national monthly record (excluding Corsica) of 29.0°C (84.2°F) was measured on November 8th at Saint-Jean-de-Luz (Socoa Point) near the Spanish border in the extreme SW of the country. In northern Spain 30.0°C (86.0°F) was measured at Santadar the same day. The previous record for Socoa Point was 26.8°C (80.2°F) set just last November on the 24th of that month, the site’s POR dates back to 1921. These exceptional temperatures in southwest France and northern Spain were the result of down-sloping winds off the Basque and Pyrenees mountains.

Hundreds of towns and cities in France experienced their warmest November days on record including Paris with 21.6°C (70.9°F) on November 7th (old record was set just last November (again: see my blog last November about this) when a reading of 21.4°C (70.5°F) occurred on November 1st (2014). Chamonix in the Alps reached 21.1°C (70.0°F) and Bordeaux reached 26.7°C (80.1°F) on November 8th (old record 25.1°C/77.2°F on November 3, 1925). The town of Bicarrose beat its previous November record by a full 3.3°C (6.0°F) with 27.7°C (81.9°F) on November 8th (former record 24.4°C/75.9°F on November 1, 1999). The nights have been warm as well with Nancy setting a record November high/minimum of 15.3°C (59.5°F) on November 7th (former warmest November night was 13.7°C/56.7°F on November 8, 1939).



Temperature departures from normal for France on November 7th, the warmest November day (perhaps along with November 8th) ever experienced in modern times for the country. Map from Meteo France.

Slovenia reached 25.3°C (76.6°F) at Iskrba on November 10th, beating the previous national record of 25.2°C (77.4°F).

Other European countries that have come close to attaining their national monthly heat records this November include:

Switzerland 23.6°C(74.5°F) at Comprovasco on November 10th (national record is 24.6°C (76.3°F) at Lugano on November 18, 1964). The Comprovasco temperature was likely the 3rd warmest ever temperature yet measured in Switzerland during a November. Basel reached 21.9°C (71.4°F) on November 7th, its record high for November. Geneva reached 20.0°C (68.0°F) on November 9th.

Sweden 17.6°C (63.7°F) at Hudisvall on November 2nd (record is 18.4°C/65.1°F at Ugerup on November 2, 1968).

Norway 19.8°C (67.6°F) at Sunndalsora on November 1 (record is 21.8°C/71.2°F at Tafjord on November 6, 2003).

Germany the warmest measured so far has been 23.8°C (74.8°F) at Emmendingen on November 8th which is a long way from the record of 25.9°C (78.6°F) set at Rosenheim on November 6, 1997 but many stations including Freiburg, Frankfurt, and Dusseldorf, to name just three of at least 73 sites in the nation, did break their November monthly heat records. Germany’s highest mountain, Zugspitze (elevation 2962m/9,718’), reached 7.4°C (45.3° F), its warmest November reading and a POR dating back to 1900. The peak’s all-time maximum temperature (set on July 5, 1957) is just 17.9°C (64.2°F).

Italy Record November warmth also has been observed in Italy with many all-time November monthly high temperatures being observed, especially in the northern portion of the country (and at high elevations!). Aosta (at 600m/2,000’) reached 27.0°C (80.6°F) and Promiod (elevation around 1,500m/5,000’) making it up to 23.0°C (73.4°F). In fact, Maximiliano Herrera reports that on November 10th the thermal freezing line of 0°C (32°F) reached as high as 4,700m/15,500’ in the Southern Alps region, an unprecedented event for this time of the year. In fact, the weather station of Capanna Margherita located at 4550m/15,000' on the Italian side of Mt. Rose reached +0.9°C (33.6°F) on November 10th.

Croatia reached 27.2°C (81.0°F) on November 9th, just shy of the November national record of 27.6°C (81.7°F) set at Knin on an earlier date.

There are so many individual towns and cities across Europe that have broken their November monthly temperature records over the past 10 days that it is not possible to even begin to list them all . I am sure I have missed some important statistics in the above roundup.

Elsewhere in the World

Record November warmth has also been affecting northern Australia this month as well. An all-time (any month) record high of 41.6°C (106.7°F) was measured at Middle Point, about 65 km southeast of Darwin in the Northern Territory on November 8th and another all-time record high of 38.7°C (101.7°F) was observed at Pirlangimpi on Melville Island off the coast of northern Australia (however, Maximilano Herrera informs me that this site has not been reporting reliable temperatures for some time now). This just follows the warmest October on record by a margin (either cold or hot) greater than ever recorded on the continent. See this BOM site for details about Australia's most anomalously warmest month EVER on record for the continent in history.

Unusual warmth has also affected Japan this past week although I am not sure about the details so far as any new monthly records being set.

Not to neglect another continent, South America, French Guiana may have set its all-time national record high (for any month) on November 3rd when the temperature reached 37.9°C (100.2°C) at St. Laurent (other higher readings have been reported in the past but are of questionable quality).

KUDOS: Thanks to Michael Theusner of Klimahaus and Maximiliano Herrera for much of the European temperature data and Bob Henson for his always good advice.

Christopher C. Burt
Weather Historian

Extreme Weather Heat

The views of the author are his/her own and do not necessarily represent the position of The Weather Company or its parent, IBM.

Reader Comments

As Keeper would say, faster and faster. This does not bode well for any impending ice age.
Here in Orlando, we broke a 1927 record and a 1911 record this week with highs of 90 and 91 respectively. It's been uncomfortably hot.
Even worse is the postponement of the Dungeness crab season (normally beginning Nov. 15) due to a toxin which has arisen due to the unusually warm SST's off California this year. On a hopeful note, the SST off the central (at least) Californian coastline has fallen dramatically in the past week and is now below 60° for the first time since last winter.

Quoting 3. BaltimoreBrian:

Fangs a lot: Something is lurking in California's waters


Indeed, Orlando has seen several record daily maximums this November (which you mention--although short of the monthly record of 93%uFFFD) and also tied its warmest daily high minimum temp on Nov. 9th with a 75%uFFFD reading (tied with Nov. 21, 1985). Thanks for pointing this out, I should have included Orlando in my summary!

Quoting 2. Naga5000:

Here in Orlando, we broke a 1927 record and a 1911 record this week with highs of 90 and 91 respectively. It's been uncomfortably hot.
That record high min of 75 in Orlando on Nov 21, 1985 may have been associated with being on the warm side of Hurricane Kate.
LARGEST ISLAND OF AUSTRALIA'S LARGEST GULF - NEW RECORD HOTTEST TEMPERATURE: The record all-time hottest temperature on Groote Eylandt of 39.9 C / 103.8 F was set on November 10, 2015. It is the largest island in Australia's largest gulf, the Gulf of Carpentaria.

Link
NEW NATIONAL RECORD WARMEST NOVEMBER NIGHT ANYWHERE IN THE UK: The record all-time warmest overnight minimum temperature anywhere in the UK during any November of 16.1 C / 61.0 F was set at Murlough, Northern Ireland on the night of November 9-10, 2015.

Link
@Christopher C. Burt:
The record for Basel (not Basil) ist correct, but the 20.0 C in Geneva are far away from the record,
see Climate report for November 2014
You can see on page 8, for the Station Genve-Cointrin, that the absolute maximum for Geneva is above 20.0 C, which can bee seen in the chart with the grey colums.
The previous Northern Irish record was only 13.9C so that's a whole 4F change with records back to the 1800's
AFRICA'S LARGEST UNIVERSITY - NEW RECORD HOTTEST TEMPERATURE: The record all-time hottest temperature at the main campus of the University of South Africa in South Africa's executive capitol city, Pretoria, of 39.8 C / 103.6 F was set on November 10, 2015. The University of South Africa is Africa's largest university. There may have also been a new record all-time hottest temperature at a station in South Africa's most populous city, Johannesburg, on that day.

Link
Thanks to all those served, and have a thoughtful Veterans Day. Remember and Honor those who did not come home, and support and help those that did.
Quoting 4. weatherhistorian:

Even worse is the postponement of the Dungeness crab season (normally beginning Nov. 15) due to a toxin which has arisen due to the unusually warm SST's off California this year. On a hopeful note, the SST off the central (at least) Californian coastline has fallen dramatically in the past week and is now below 60° for the first time since last winter.




Read something yesterday Doc, that said it was because the crabs were radioactive. I have no idea how credible the piece was; Radioactive Seafood
Quoting 11. DCSwithunderscores:

AFRICA'S LARGEST UNIVERSITY - NEW RECORD HOTTEST TEMPERATURE: The record all-time hottest temperature at the main campus of the University of South Africa in South Africa's executive capitol city, Pretoria, of 39.8 C / 103.6 F was set on November 10, 2015. The University of South Africa is Africa's largest university. There may have also been a new record all-time hottest temperature at a station in South Africa's most populous city, Johannesburg, on that day.

Link


Already beaten today to 40.3C. Johannesburg also smashed its all time record.
Thanks for the interesting report, Mr. Burt. In Germany another record was broken, according to this article in Spiegel Magazin (translated):

The month of November has begun with an unusually long heat period. According to German Weather Service (DWD), in the past 134 years it has never been so mild for such a long time in this time of year.
In the southwest in Emmendingen and Freiburg for five days - from 5 to 9 November - more than 20 degrees Celsius were measured, said Andreas Friedrich from DWD on Wednesday. "There has never been such a long warm phase in November since records began in 1881."
It will affect dramatically grains that are already shown in the fields. The next year food prices will be affected for sure
Quoting 13. indianrivguy:



Read something yesterday Doc, that said it was because the crabs were radioactive. I have no idea how credible the piece was; Radioactive Seafood

While I am concerned about radioactive seafood, I can't find anything on that website on which to base my concern.
Quoting 18. timkturner:

If I read the above global map correctly, every state west of the Missippi and about half of Mexico had average to below average mean temperatures for November. Your headline, however, states "Incredible November Warmth " for portions of the U.S. Why not lead with the headline, "Average to below average coolness" for portions of the U.S.! Could it be that you are focused on Sales more than Science?


November heat records were set in parts of parts of the East this month. It isn't worthwhile to constantly mention average, below average, or above average conditions in parts of the world where records aren't being set. Note that when an article on this blog covered cold records that were being set in parts of the NE US last winter, the headline wasn't "Much of the US Has Average or Near-Average Conditions".
SOUTH AFRICA'S MOST POPULOUS CITY'S BOTANICAL GARDEN - NEW RECORD HOTTEST TEMPERATURE: The record all-time hottest temperature at the botanical garden in Johannesburg, South Africa, of 36.5 C / 97.5 F was set on November 11, 2015.

Link
The Johannesburg readings are impressive--the city is between 5,700 and 6,000 feet above sea level.

Here's a question for Mr. Burt and Max Hererra---what is the highest altitude in the world that 100 F (37.8 C) and 90 F (32.2 C) have been reliably recorded? Also the furthest north and south latitude for those temperatures as well.
The latest 90 degree temperature in Orlando was December 18, 1961. The monthly record for Orlando in December is 95 on December 1, 1922. I am a bit skeptical about a reading so high. Orlando has a LOT of winter record highs set in 1921, 1922 and 1923, which makes me wonder if there was an exposure problem.
This is an effect of global warming. Temperatures this year broke last year record.

Matchfinder
Quoting 22. BaltimoreBrian:

The latest 90 degree temperature in Orlando was December 18, 1961. The monthly record for Orlando in December is 95 on December 1, 1922. I am a bit skeptical about a reading so high. Orlando has a LOT of winter record highs set in 1921, 1922 and 1923, which makes me wonder if there was an exposure problem.


Lots of old US data is of a terrible quality, including the junk of the Monticello fake record, which was overexposed by 5F-7F, not to mention the joke of the 134F at the Death Valley (that day the real max was around 118F) and THOUSANDS of more fake records, including most of the official state records,which are almost all incorrect.
Quoting 21. BaltimoreBrian:

The Johannesburg readings are impressive--the city is between 5,700 and 6,000 feet above sea level.

Here's a question for Mr. Burt and Max Hererra---what is the highest altitude in the world that 100 F (37.8 C) and 90 F (32.2 C) have been reliably recorded? Also the furthest north and south latitude for those temperatures as well.


Hallo. For the latitude, giving that the Alaska official record is completely wrong (overestimated by about 20F), the most northern 100F (37.8C) was at Ust Moma, Russia in summer 2010, at over 66N of latitude. A special mention of the brutal 98F recorded at Hatanga over 70N in July 1979. I have a statistics for the highest elevated 40C, allow me a bit to research better the highest elevated 100F (37.8C). For sure it's not in South Africa, but we have few candidates, including the Mojave and New Mexico zone, plus Iran, Pakistan and some andine areas.
For the 90F (almost 90F) , the record is at Shigatse, Tibet, which recorded 32.1C at 4000m !! For altitudes above 3500m , the Tibetan/Himalayan region is unbeatable.(only Andine area can get close)
Quoting 20. DCSwithunderscores:

SOUTH AFRICA'S MOST POPULOUS CITY'S BOTANICAL GARDEN - NEW RECORD HOTTEST TEMPERATURE: The record all-time hottest temperature at the botanical garden in Johannesburg, South Africa, of 36.5 C / 97.5 F was set on November 11, 2015.

Link


Records were also smashed in the cities of Ladysmith, Frankfort and Bulawayo (second hugest town in Zimbabwe) amongst others.
Quoting 21. BaltimoreBrian:

The Johannesburg readings are impressive--the city is between 5,700 and 6,000 feet above sea level.

Here's a question for Mr. Burt and Max Hererra---what is the highest altitude in the world that 100 F (37.8 C) and 90 F (32.2 C) have been reliably recorded? Also the furthest north and south latitude for those temperatures as well.


The altitude at the botanical garden is about 1624 meters / 5328 feet.
The high minimum temperatures seem especially significant. Minimum temperature is often a surrogate for absolute humidity (= total amount of water vapor in the air) and dew point, since the relative humidity approaches 100% at night, except under dry conditions.

This strikes me as more important, and dangerous, than temperature. Under warm conditions much more energy goes into evaporating water (= increasing the dew point) than increasing the temperature. The limit of human endurance is indicated more by the dew point than by temperature - a dew point of 95 F represents the absolute maximum, according to a recent New York Times story. Lastly, the dew point reflects the ocean temperature - and the steady increase of ocean temperatures, representing a huge reservoir of stored heat, reflects the true state of climate much better than variable land conditions.

Just one of many scary climate stories, with more to come. Perhaps wunderground should change its internet name to wnigtmare.com.
maxcrc, thanks for your research. The highest altitude 40C would be fine--I know 37.8 C can be hard to look up.
Quoting 30. BaltimoreBrian:

maxcrc, thanks for your research. The highest altitude 40C would be fine--I know 37.8 C can be hard to look up.


In terms of latitude, it would also be interesting to know, where the northern- and southernmost places with 40 degree C are, so far I found the following places.
Omsk , in Russia, lies at 55 degree N and the Tmax was 40.4 degree C according to Max Herreras website.
On pogoda.ru.net I also found Kurgan with a Tmax of 40.5 degree C (55 degree 26' N).
In the southern hemisphere I found Comodoro Rivadavia at 45 degree 52' S, Tmax 40.2 degree C, and Puerto Desedao, Tmax 40.1 degree C, on the website of the Agricultural Ministry of Argentina, which lies even at 47 degree 46' S.

In North America I found Saskatoon, Saskatchewan at 52 degree 08' N with a Tmax of 40.6 degree C.
We had mostly clear that the blue skies with into the patches of cirrus.The temperatures of air remained in low 20's for the rest of the journey except for a small part where they dropped to 18C at the north end, still at a height of a 1000 to 1100 metres and the higher hills had kicked off a bit .Thanks alot.

hadoop training in chennai | informatica training in chennai
TULSA - NEW RECORD MOST CONSECUTIVE NOT-BELOW-FREEZING DAYS: The record most consecutive days in which the temperature in Tulsa OK never went below freezing of 258 such days was set on November 20, 2015. The previous record of 257 such days was set in 1985.
LOS ANGELES - NEW RECORD MOST 80 F DAYS IN A YEAR: 2015 is the calendar year that has the record most days with a maximum temperature in downtown Los Angeles CA of at least 80 F, with 162 such days as of November 22. The previous record holder was 1958, with 161 such days. 80 F is about 27 C.

Link
New York Central Park has set their second monthly record for highest average temperature this year. September broke the old record by 1.0 degrees, and November by 0.1 degrees.
@PaulMason1 -- the overall 'data' points to substantial changes in the atmosphere and hydrosphere on the planet in the last 180 years, with a marked uptick in the last 30. There is no doubt -- NO DOUBT -- that some policy makers, vested interests and even scientists have and will continue to cherry-pick or even "invent" data to promote their push on policy. Nor is there any doubt the 'deniers' will do the same to push their presentation of reality.

And yet, even without the charlatans on the alarmist fringe of the topic, you (yes, even you, Paul) can look into real data and determine something unique is happening to our worldwide environment and we are part of the source. Should we ignore the whole story because a few have taken advantage of small slices of detail? More importantly -- what is the cost to YOU if they are wrong vs. if they are right? Do that math. And do your own gathering and digesting of data. Don't rely on conspiracy theory websites or certain news outlets -- nor the pro-change camp websites. Just look at the following data from any collection of sources you wish and start with the beginning of the 19th century (1800): Surface temps, ocean temps, CO2 and CH4 concentrations in the atmosphere, growth ring measurements in tree data across continents, sea level means (averages) along the seaboards of all continents, ice coverage above the arctic and below the antarctic circles. A fun one is heavy water (deuterium containing water, where one or both hydrogen atoms have their heavier isotope in place) -- determine heavy water content in ice for prehistoric measures of fluctuations. Look at plant and animal populations and growth (or die off) in the arctic regions -- change is occurring there faster than at temperate or tropical areas.

I'm not going to dismiss you as a troll -- you are thinking person, and unless you are in the pay of the 'denier' camp, you probably have a mind of your own. If so, you have the ability to see through the smoke on both sides. Then understand the immense money on the table for the deniers if policies were to change, and the money on the table for the taxpayers if the deniers are followed, but are wrong. There's a lot more money to be made if the pro-change people are listened to -- monetarily a tremendous amount of our built infrastructure will need to be moved, raised, or abandoned for new if the alarmists are even 1/10th correct. That expense rises much faster with each passing year than the rate of sea level change -- so while the deniers are saving us money today by delaying behavior change, the bill potentially will be far far greater than we can easily absorb in the decades to come.

Follow the money -- and don't trust the deniers 'data' any more than you trust the pro-change camp. Debunked fools like John Coleman are far more dangerous to follow than the charlatans on the global warming side. Strictly from an economics perspective, we are gambling big on status quo.
UK - NEW NATIONAL RECORD GREATEST 24-HOUR RAINFALL: The record all-time greatest 24-hour rainfall anywhere in the UK of 34.1 cm / 13.4" was set at Honister Pass in Cumbria, England at 6 PM on December 5, 2015.

Link
weatherhistorian has created a new entry.
A zone that in this measure is now showing an amazing +1.26 C sea surface ..... I find it interesting to see how free-for-all comments sections are not as .... -november-warmth-for-portions-of-the-us-europe-and -beyond
Web Designing Training in Chennai | VMware Training in Chennai
The following day we set off from Clermont Ferrand with the temperature gradually rising so that by the time we reached a point 50 miles north there was a reading of 24C, though it slowly dropped back but not much, at 100 miles it was still 23C, then settled in the low 20's until we reached Rouen where it was 21C on arrival about 1700 hours that evening.


informatica training in chennai | aws training in chennai | hadoop training in chennai
Awesome!! the place has a gorgeous view of the hills, dotted with castles and churches among the vineyards. The food is just unbelievable. Very relaxing atmosphere, you can walk through Nature or lay around the pool.

R Programming Online Training | SAS OnlineTraining | Android Online Training | Weblogic Online Training | MongoDB Online Training | MongoDB Admin Online Training | SQL Online Training
Even worse is the postponement of the Dungeness crab season (normally beginning Nov. 15) due to a toxin which has arisen due to the unusually warm SST's off California this year. On a hopeful note, the SST off the central (at least) Californian coastline has fallen dramatically in the past week and is now below 60° for the first time since last winter.
N.R.Rao
www.s4techno.com