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Dry and Crisp Conditions Today and Wednesday

Matt Ross @ 1:00 AM

Seasonably cool, dry, and windy conditions will prevail over the next couple of days. A coastal storm approaches from the south as we head into Thanksgiving.


Forecast Confidence: HighCrisp and Cool. Today will be sunny, cool, and more like early December. It will be breezy with highs near 50 degrees, about 6 degrees below normal.

Tonight and Tomorrow

Forecast Confidence: HighDry, Slightly Warmer. Tonight will be partly cloudy, breezy, and cold. Overnight lows will hit the low to mid 30s. Wednesday will be increasingly cloudy, windy, and cool. Afternoon highs will be slightly below normal in the low 50s. See Jason's forecast for the rest of the week and weekend.

A coastal storm may affect our area later in the week. Precipitation would be in the form of rain. Image courtesy of Accuweather.

November Warm Spell

From Wednesday, November 8th through last Friday, November 17th, we saw our longest stretch of above average departures since mid-August. Temperatures during this period averaged more than 8 degrees above normal. The max temp during this period was 74 and the minimum just 43. Until this warm up, we had seen over 60% of the days since the beginning of September below normal.

Precipitation will be above normal for the 3rd straight month. Currently we are running 10" or 30% above normal precip. At our current pace we will finish with over 50" of precip for the year, 4th most in the last 30 years.

Look for more winter oriented posts starting next week. There are already early indications of well below normal cold and possible storminess during the first week of December. Stay tuned.

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