Early Sunday AM November 20th Update – Warming Things Up A Little

Good early Sunday morning, everyone. After spending the past few days on the warm side (record warmth on some days), why not spend our day yesterday plunging back into late fall/early winter?! We certainly made that happen yesterday with a high of 47° and a low of 26°. That morning low meant Saturday was finally our first widespread hard freeze. Whether you consider a hard freeze to be several hours at 32° or below or a hard freeze at 28°, that would mean our normal first freeze should have come between October 25th and November 4th. Now that it finally happened, it hopefully means goodbye to allergies and some pesky bugs for at least a few months! We stayed quiet yesterday and we’re starting today quiet on the radar below…

We’re in a nice quiet zone after our last cold front pushed through. Granted, mostly clear and a light breeze on a morning like this means it will start cold once again. So, be sure you bundle up before you head to any Sunday morning services. Lows will start around 27°…

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Thankfully, if you’re not a fan of it being this cold yet, the south breeze picks up today. With mostly sunny skies in the cards, it will be a little warmer this afternoon. Granted, it will still be chilly, but we’ll start to head in the right direction. Afternoon highs today should top out around 55°…

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We keep things quiet again for Monday but a little more cloud cover will work in. It’ll be a mild Monday with afternoon highs right around 60°. The cloud cover that will be around for Monday will be ahead of our next system. Remember, that system won’t bother us on Monday. It’s Tuesday that it will start to change our weather a little. Have a look below and you’ll find that next front approaching Tuesday morning…

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With that front, we’ll have mostly cloudy skies in place for Tuesday along with rain chances. The future radar below keeps this as mostly rain, but I wouldn’t be surprised if we had a few rumbles of thunder mixed in…

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After that system clears out Tuesday night, we keep things quiet Wednesday and starting out the Thanksgiving holiday weekend. Highs will stay mainly in the middle and upper 50s with lows in the 30s under partly sunny skies. Thanksgiving stays dry and so will Black Friday. Another shot for rain will try to sneak back in by Saturday. Remember that Doug has you covered with his latest thoughts on the pattern and his long-range forecast over on headypattern.com

Have a great Sunday!

Nick

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LONG RANGE FORECAST: Based off of the HP(Heady Pattern)

SLIGHT CHANCES:  MEAN IT IS A WEAKER SYSTEM THAT WILL GIVE US SCATTERED SHOWERS OR SNOW SHOWERS. 

IF I DON’T SAY SLIGHT:  THAT MEANS THIS IS A STRONGER SYSTEM

November 27th-December 3rd:  A mild start to the week, but quickly cooling down with rain chances on Sunday and Monday.  With colder air working in, we could have a wintry mix by Tuesday.  The cold air sticks around through the middle of the week.  Mild temperatures return late in the week with rain chances by the weekend.

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