January – November Panhandle Weather Summary

November was a very dry month across all north Florida. Jay had the high rainfall at only 1.4 inches while Quincy and Live Oak received only 0.2 inches. Total rainfall from January through November was still highest at the Live Oak Station and lowest at Quincy.

Cooler weather has arrived with two mornings of frost and temperatures below freezing. Record rainfall in August and above average rainfall in September had soil moisture in good shape. Two straight months of below average rainfall have diminished totals to just under 7 inches above average for the year. For a complete report of daily rainfall and tempeatures, download: Jan-Nov 2012 Jackson Co Weather Summary

Data collected from the UF/IFAS Florida Automated Weather Network (FAWN) station located north of Marianna at the UF/IFAS NFREC Marianna.

Posted: December 7, 2012

Category: Agriculture
Tags: 2012, January Through November, Panhandle Agriculture, Weather

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