Good Monday, everybody. Here’s hoping this blog post finds each of you enjoying life to the absolute fullest. We have some nice weather to kick off the first full week of November, but that won’t last very long. We have several cold fronts taking aim at our part of the world, bringing the potential for some winter weather over the next week or so.

Let’s begin with today. A mix of sun and clouds will be noted as temps head into the upper 50s to low 60s as winds increase. Those winds are ahead of a cold front dropping in here later tonight into Election Day. This will bring a few showers along for the ride, but not everyone will see drops from this…

With a few more clouds and scattered showers, temps will come down from where we are today.

Our next system rolls in here on Thursday as another front drops in from the northwest. This front has much colder air behind it and also has a wave of low pressure along it. That low likely bring us rain on Thursday and could bring rain and a little snow by Thursday night.

The models continue to focus accumulating snows just to our north. Here’s the Canadian…

The European Model is similar…

A few flurries could be noted behind that system into Friday morning as our strong northwest flow kicks in for a time.

From there, we cue up the next front. This boundary looks the part of the middle of January as it should have frigid arctic air coming in behind it. It may also have a wave of low pressure along it to give us a snow chance. The European Model continues to show all this well, but the latest run is getting quicker with the arrival time and has it in here late Sunday. Does this look like November?

That’s some wicked stuff we continue to see coming from the Euro. As always, we shall see.

I will have another update later today. Until then, have a great Monday and take care.