When it comes to weather, we at the Jersey Shore know normal doesn't seem to be a word we use very often lately.

It just seems that a better word to describe Jersey Shore weather over the past few years is extreme, or at least unpredictable, but if you want to know what a normal November looks like at the Jersey Shore, we thought we'd try to help you with that.

So, on the first day of November 2018, let's take a look at what some norms have been in the past for our area, according to currentresults.com.

Temperatures. Here are some daytime highs and lows for some towns at the Jersey Shore listed north to south.

Sandy Hook 54/41

Long Branch 56/38

Toms River 57/35

Precipitation. Let's check out the average rainfall and snowfall combined for a Monmouth and Ocean town.

Long Branch 3.6 inches

Toms River 4.1 inches

Snow. According to weatherspark.com,  towns like Long Branch and Toms River are in the "snowless" period in November. For Long Branch that period ends December 3rd and in Toms River it ends on November 28th.

For a more northerly and inland town like Freehold, the snowless period ends a bit earlier, on November 24th.

So, if history is any indication of what we can expect from the weather in the next few weeks, we should be in the mid 50's with overnight lows staying above freezing, and the chance of sow is slim to non existent, at least until the end of the month.

Famous last words, right? Only time, and Chief Meteorologist Dan Zarrow, will be able to tell us what's really going to happen, but if recent history is any indication, we are sure to see some unexpected things over the next 30 days.

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