Yes. Hopefully we have some calm weather after the very busy and very wet first half of November. I've measured over 7" of rain (melted snow and ice included) for the first 15 days of November! Much too wet. But not much we can do about it. The storminess and wetness will likely continue into and through much of the winter.
This coming week the weather action will take some what of a break. Somewhat? Yes. Not too stormy. Not too wet or white. But cold and windy at times.
Saturday/Sunday: Sun and clouds. Cold with temperatures reaching into the lower 40's (about 10 degrees below average). Maybe a light snow/rain shower late Sunday/Sun night. Not a big deal if it happens.
Monday: A lot like Sunday. Low 40's for afternoon high temperatures.
Tuesday: This could be tricky. A strong disturbance will be passing through. This will bring a strong cold front through, but could there be a little extra? Could low pressure area try to develop along the front and give us some snow Monday night into Tuesday morning? It is possible, but it is uncertain. And it wouldn't be a lot. Something to be aware of. It will definitely turn a lot colder later Tues.
Wednesday: Cold. Windy. And yet another disturbance will bring another front through late on Wed night/Thu which will reinforce our cold for Friday.
Thanksgiving: Pleasant skies, some wind, gusty at times, but chilly.
Maybe a warm-up to seasonal levels for next weekend? Sounds warm!
PS: Not sure what happened to the "Update" past evening. It was there. I saw it there. It was in red to highlight the update. Even update is in the title. So it was done ... but I don't see it today. Hmmm. If you did see it great. If not, well the gist was that I was pleased over-all with the forecast: the timing, the duration, the changeovers, etc. all went very well. I just didn't go with the higher snow amounts. The snow over performed my expectation. Yes, I was concerned it could, but I still went too low. Yet, it was a tough call. Outside of the snow amounts, I was happy.
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.