Good Wednesday, everyone. Clouds are hanging tough across the region today as we turn our attention toward our next system showing up at the end of the week. This one has quite a bit of rain with it and this has a chance to end with some winter weather on Saturday. Beyond that, the pattern may throw a couple more systems our way over the Thanksgiving holiday period.
Low clouds may be pretty darn stubborn out there today. If that is the case, temps may not get out of the 40s where you live. If we can get some sun, readings reach the 50s.
Our next system begins to impact the region on Thursday as a few showers push in from the west and southwest. Temps can spike to 60 or so before the scattered showers arrive. From there, rain increases Thursday night into Friday as temps come back down.
That’s when the next low works into our region by Saturday, bringing more rain and the potential for a touch of winter weather late in the day. The track of the low on the Euro is just a little farther north than the last run, bringing just a chance for some flakes by Saturday evening…
It’s also fun to watch the setup for early Thanksgiving week. It’s opposite day for the GFS and European Models because they’ve traded places with how they’re handling the setup.
The GFS is the most wound up and farther west with a monster of a storm…
I will have your daily dose of updates later on so check back. Have a good one and take care.