Good Friday everyone. The first weekend of November is about to get under way, and our chilly pattern shows no signs of letting up. The overall setup continues to favor several systems rolling across the region all the way into next week. Some of the models are even suggesting another big storm across the east.
Let’s break it all down with the headlines:
- Morning clouds will scoot away pretty quickly as sunshine takes over. Breezy conditions will make the low and mid-50s feel a little cooler than that.
- Clouds will roll in again by later tonight and early Saturday. Scattered showers won’t be too far behind, as another fast-moving low-pressure system works in from the west. Those on-and-off showers might carry us into early Sunday.
- Thermometers on Saturday should show one heck of a temp spread. Some models show more than a 30-degree difference from the far north to the southwest. Take a look at the numbers from the NAM:
- The chilly air will continue to win the weather battle into the first half of next week.
- The pattern will feature another big dip in the jet stream across the eastern half of the country. That might be bad news for the millions of people affected by Sandy. The setup next week might spawn a big storm rolling up the east coast. Here’s the European Model:
Let’s hope that changes.
Have a great Friday and take care.