Good Sunday to one and all. Our string or gorgeous weather days will roll on into much of the upcoming Thanksgiving holiday week. While the weather is nice right now, a turn toward a wintry pattern is lurking next weekend.
I don’t have very much else to say about the weather over the next few days. Highs today and Monday will be near 60 under partly to mostly sunny skies.
There’s a small chance for a shower by Tuesday and Wednesday as temps hang around in the 50s.
Thanksgiving day will feature a mix of sun and clouds with thermometers near 60 degrees.
The changes start showing up lat on Black Friday and kick into high gear over the weekend. A strong cold front will drop into the region from the northwest and deliver a rapid drop in temps. The European Model has a very cold look to it:
The Canadian Model offers up a similar look:
This is a setup that will take us into a wintry looking and feeling pattern as we close out November and usher in December. Many of the medium range models are showing the potential for much of the eastern half of the country to get in on a prolonged stretch of of cold and snow threats.
Have a great Sunday and take care.