Record warmth across the Plains this week

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The same pattern that is responsible for yet another round of heavy rain slamming the Washington and British Columbia coasts, and a train of "clippers" diving through the Midwest and Northeast will also lend to a big warmup for parts of the Plains early this week. Residents from southern Alberta to parts of Oklahoma, Texas and Missouri will see a stretch of well above-average temperatures, and could even see some daily high-temperature records challenged.

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High temperatures to close out November across much of the northern and central Plains are typically in the 30s and 40s. Normal high temperatures in Great Falls and Billings, Montana, as well as Cheyenne, Wyoming, are around 40 F at the end of November, while across much of the Dakotas, normal high temperatures are in the 30s by the last few days in November. Farther south, places like Wichita, Kansas, Oklahoma City and St. Louis normally see highs in the 50s to end November.