A Damp Monday Starts Thanksgiving Week

Good Monday, everybody. Thanksgiving week is here and it’s starting out on kind of a damp and dreary note across our part of the world. Better weather does roll in as we start the long holiday weekend, but another wet weather maker moves in to end it. That will be followed by more of a winter look for the final week of November.

It’s not a constant rain falling today, but you don’t want to be too far away from the umbrellas. Track away…

Highs today are mainly in the 40s as a seasonally cold air mass blows in behind our front. Northwesterly  winds will really gust up tonight into Tuesday as temps continue to fall. Highs are generally in the 30s.  That same northwest wind will have some moisture with it  and that means we will be on guard for snow flurries or a couple of snow showers.

The flakes are showing up on the various models…



Seasonally chilly temps and dry weather is in store for the big travel day Wednesday into Thanksgiving Day.

Our Black Friday starts dry but ends with rain on the increase. That rainy action is ahead of another storm system and will stay with us into Saturday…

The pattern after that system continues to trend strongly toward a winter look for the final week of the month. There is a good chance for a fairly robust storm system during this time, but we are a ways away from knowing exactly what that means for our weather. The models are impressed with this possibility…

As I was saying in updates last week, the pattern for the end of the month into December has the look of throwing additional early season winter storms our way.

Updates later today. Until then, enjoy your Monday and take care.

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3 Responses to A Damp Monday Starts Thanksgiving Week

  1. Which Way Is the Wind Blowing says:

    Overall not a bad week for November.

  2. Lotsasnow says:

    Well im confused met up here in Ohio just said last week of November and all of December could have record warmth. I dont buy it.

  3. Mike S says:

    Tug Hill region of New York, the lake-effect snow paradise, is off to a strong start with some places reporting over 30″ snow so far this season, while Paradise @ Mount Rainier has only managed 15.7″, way behind its 93″ average it should have by now.

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