A likely situation for early next week.
Tue - Wed: Another balmy day is in store for tomorrow but changes come Wed. Much colder, after some light showers, but that cold is just seasonal for this time of year.
Thu – Sun: Sunny and cool Thursday, with some clouds becoming dominant late in the week and over the weekend. There will be some showers/rain around esp. late Friday into Saturday and late Sunday. The storm track should be to our north and west, meaning we will be back in the mild/warm air.
Extended: (See picture to left) Big storm to develop in the southern states, and move NE through the Great Lakes producing a snowstorm for plains, some heavy rains and thunderstorms in the south … this will be the first real big winter storm to hit a large area of the US … (weather hint: where storms tend to strengthen are indicators of where the overall upper level trough wants to go in the future. Again, from my winter idea: I think the main cold will be to our west, with times of warm ups, over running snow/ice/rain, intermixed with very cold periods of some snow)
This means we will have another run toward 60 degrees early next week, probably Monday.
Here is my forecast:
Tonight: partly to mostly cloudy… some fog late … low near 44
Tuesday: more clouds than sun … increasing SW wind … high near 64
Tuesday night: mostly cloudy … some light rain after midnight … very mild, low near 50
Wednesday: cloudy to start … late clearing … temps near 50 then falling into the mid 40s
Wednesday night: partly cloudy early … much colder … low near 30
Thursday: mostly sunny … chilly … high upper 30s
Friday: increasing clouds … highs in the mid 40s
Saturday: mostly cloudy … damp and chilly … highs near 50
Sunday: mostly cloudy … some rain arriving … highs in the mid 50s
Until Tomorrow …
Pastor Terry. He received his bachelors degree in Meteorology from the State University of New York at Oneonta, in 1994. The education continued as a hobby by reading the blogs of some of the best forecasters in the business. Although forceasting the weather is an imperfect science, it is a pleasure to follow what the Creator has made.