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First snow of the season

snow on groundCedar Springs and the surrounding areas saw their first bit of snow last Friday, November 5. That snow quickly melted, however, and warmer temperatures last weekend ushered in Indian summer.

According to WOODTV’s Chief Meteorologist Bill Steffen, an Indian Summer is identified as at least three days of warm, sunny weather that occurs after the first hard frost. It’s been in the 60s during the day for several days now.

The National Weather Service says it’s not that uncommon to have such warm temperatures in November. In 2008, it was in the 70s November 3-6, and back in the 1970s we also had a couple of Indian Summers.

Steffen expects snow sometime between November 19-22.

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