Good Monday, everyone. It’s the first full week of November and we are tracking no shortage of cold shots heading our way. A series of cold fronts will move through here over the next week and change, bringing the potential for a little winter weather.
The week is starting off pretty nice on this Monday. Temps are in the 50s to near 60 after starting things out back in the 20s.
The first front is slated to arrive Monday night into early on Election Day. This should bring a small line of showers into parts of the state:
Temps do rebound on Wednesday, but our Thursday modified arctic system comes rolling in here. The models are still struggling with specifics and some (sup, GFS?) are just lost.
This system should bring rain in here on Thursday with the potential to end this as a little rain and snow Thursday night, with a few flurries into Friday. The Canadian continues to be most consistent:
That would lead us into a very cold weekend, but things look to tun even colder early next week with a potential true shot of arctic air. This may also have a wave of low pressure along it, bringing a winter weather threat. Here’s how the Euro sees it now:
The trend is all we are talking about with regards to the next few systems. Never look at any one particular model and take it verbatim, because that’s not what models are meant for. We shall see what these systems have to offer, but the operational models are matching the setup from the Ensembles and some of my early analog years.
Have a happy Monday and take care.