Nice sunshine all weekend. Much the same for most of this week … some clouds may sneak in from the coastal low, but no big deal. Nothing to worry about at all and it get a little warmer as we head into Thanksgiving and Black Friday. One change we have is the strong cold front passing through this weekend as it should come through Friday night or early Saturday and usher in some very cold air. The coldest we have had so far this fall season.
Lake effect snows will likely start up with this cold air … giving us some flurries and/or light snow showers … It looks as though we will turn slightly milder as a major storm develops in the central part of the nation. This would produce a significant winter storm with possible severe storms in the deep-south (Texas, LA, and Ark). This storm will likely push a front through, but another system may develop and impact us the first weekend in December. And with cold air around … it might get interesting.
Again get your decorations and outdoor lights up soon ... otherwise your fingers might protest.
Here is my forecast:
Tonight: mostly clear … a few clouds … still cold … lows down to 28
Monday: Partly to mostly sunny … cool … highs near 52
Monday night: partly cloudy … cold … lows down to 30
Tuesday: Mostly sunny … not bad … highs near 53
Wednesday: Mostly sunny … highs near 54
Thanksgiving Day: mostly sunny … rather pleasant … near 56
Friday: Sunshine giving way to clouds … becoming quite breezy … mild … highs upper 50s
Saturday – Monday: much colder … highs in the 30s and 40s … lows in the 20s … flurries, snow showers possible.
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.