29. Yes, I've fallen even further behind... let me do a quick catch-up, in seven-day increments.
Oct 26th - Nov 2nd
Mostly sunny with temperatures at or above normal.
October 31st: 0.03"
Nov 3rd - 9 th
Mostly cloudy. Temperatures fell to below-normal through the week.
November 7th brought the first snowfall of the season. 1/4" of snow fell but melted on contact. 0.145" water equivalent.
Nov 10th - 16th
A little sun and temperatures were slightly above normal, but began falling towards the end of the week.
Nov 13th: 0.10" rain.
Nov 14th: few flurries and sprinkles 0.05" water equivalent.
Nov 17th - 23rd
Overcast with temperatures near average. Several cold fronts marched through.
Nov 20th: Light showers and flakes. 0.065" water equivalent.
Nov 24th - 29th
Overcast and Alberta Clippers beginning to swing through the Upper Midwest, bringing cold air from the polar region, keeping temperatures below-normal. A larger storm was expected on the 28th, energy from a Clipper was forecast to phase with a Colorado Low to produce 3-6 inches of snow along the South Shore, 6-9 inches of snow along the North Shore. Winter Storm Warnings were issued for the N.Shore, Snow Advisories were issued for the S.Shore, all were dropped early.