A pleasant day for all of us today, although chilly but that’s not surprising. Tonight will be mostly clear with a bright moon once again. The end of the week and the weekend look milder, esp. Sunday but decreasing amounts of sunshine. Yes, with a very, very warm air mass to our SW (80s are likely in the Southern plains) our temps will try to make a run above 60 degrees early next week. I think Tue will be the most likely day, as Monday will have some lingering clouds.
Another burst of warmth will come after the cold front slices through on Wed, only to come to a crashing end the weekend of the 8/9th.
The cold is being routed across the nation at this time, however, Canada has a deep extensive snow cover and there is a lot of cold air in NW Canada (something that has been missing in most Novembers of the recent past). Also, this month has been quite dry, but this is about to change as the West Coast gets slammed through this weekend with some locales getting up to 20” rain and several feet of snow. The nation as a whole will grow stormier through the next 2 weeks as the pattern evolves …
Food for thought: We did end up colder than normal this month (or will with only 1 day left). My winter idea will come on Sat.
Here is my forecast:
Tonight: mostly clear … cold … low around 25
Friday: Mostly sunny … pleasant … high around 47
Friday night: partly to mostly cloudy … low near 30
Saturday: Clouds and limited sunshine … high near 44
Saturday night: milder … mostly cloudy … low near 37
Sunday: clouds and sun … high near 53
Monday: early shower possible … clouds decreasing … high near 58
Until later …
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.