We’re still very optimistic about the weather around here over the next few days, with a good deal of sunshine expected during each of the next three. Temperatures Thursday afternoon and again Friday will be mostly in the middle and upper 70s.
Plenty of sunshine is coming our way.
The gusty winds did bring in some colder air – at least for a day. That has been the trend all season.
The temperature swing continues, featuring the upward tick Tuesday. We started out the morning in the 40s and will keep rising into the low 50s Tuesday afternoon. However
It will be dry, but quite windy and turning colder with most temperatures winding up in the 30s Friday afternoon.
If we can’t get a white Christmas, today is a good alternative. We topped out at 48 degrees, above the average of 43, with a lot of sunshine.
Back at the start of this week, we identified Friday as one of those “cooler, but not necessarily COLDER” days behind this front. And, even though we should see a fair amount of sunshine, wind gusts could be as high as 30 miles per hour, which should start to relax Friday evening.
It’s wet but it’s warm out there Tuesday morning. As a storm moves our way, it has pushed a huge surge of unseasonably warm air up the East Coast. We are starting out the day in the mid 50s and will top out in the mid 60s. As a reminder, our average high is only 48 degrees right now.
Temperatures should reach the mid 50s Friday afternoon, and then will wind up mostly in the 30s Friday night.
While December may have some “tricks up its sleeve” in the long run, it certainly doesn’t look like there will be much eventful weather to talk about here over the next three or four days.
After an unusually warm Thanksgiving Weekend, today (Cyber Monday) and Tuesday will still be rather warm for late-November. In most cases, even despite some morning fog and clouds, afternoon temperatures will be running in the mid and upper 60s.
Enjoy the mild, dry conditions now because a new storm is on the way.