Cold? We've Got This
Posted by Jeremy Reiner
Nothing like an arctic front in late November. While we are in the low 30s here, farther north in ME/VT/NH temps are running in the 10s---quite impressive for this time of year. For us, that arctic air doesn't quite make it here but what it will do is keep us in the low to mid 30s for the entire day. Yet another day this month with colder than normal temperatures (for those of you scoring at home that's 19 of 30 days with below normal temps). Like many other days this month, it will also be dry with clouds & sun battling for your attention.
Moving onto the weekend! Tomorrow is moving day--meaning we will begin to move this month-long chill out of New England. This moving process does come with a price as we will see clouds & even a few patches of light snow & flurries through the day (Coating on the grass type snow). Temps tomorrow slowly climb into the upper 30s by late afternoon. In fact, as we continue into the evening the temps will keep rising into the low 40s by early Sunday morning!
By Sunday, the warmth will be here. Most towns will breeze out of the 40s during the morning hours and reach the mid & upper 50s by afternoon. Ideal for getting the Christmas tree or putting up the holiday lights--Griswold style!!
Much of next week--the first week of December---will behave more like early November with highs in the upper 50s for several days!
No worries snow lovers, I think our pattern gets fun sometime around December 11th-14th.