Cold front approaching...

>> Wednesday, November 09, 2011

Ahead of our next cold front, highs today will warm into the upper 60s and lower 70s across the region. We will have a lot of sun, but clouds will begin to increase this afternoon as the front approaches.

The front will move through tomorrow with some clouds but very little, if any, in the way of rain.

Much colder air will arrive behind the front with highs in the low and mid 50s at best Friday with a sunny sky. Lows Saturday morning will likely dip below 30 in many locations.

A quick rebound in temps will then occur as we get into early next week with highs well into the 60s again by Sunday and Monday.


Sean transitioned from a subtropical storm to a tropical storm, meaning it now has all of the normal characteristics of a tropical system. It is getting picked up by our approaching trough and will head northeast through the north Atlantic.


Anonymous 9:10 AM  

Bring on the cold! I'm ready for 3o degree highs for a week or more and some snow!

Anonymous 9:23 PM  

Hi Matt,
I know this is still 7-14 days out yet, but what is your outlook for the week of Thanksgiving? Also, we've been going through a see-saw pattern of warm to cold to warm and back again cold, but when do you foresee an outbreak of major cold snap?

Matthew East 4:36 AM  

Looks like the pattern could change by the end of the month....possibly the week of Thanksgiving. Whenever that pattern change occurs, we would likely see a more significant, sustained blast of cold. It might wind up being the following week though....still working on that.

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