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Long-Range Forecast – December 1

December is off to a very warm start with the temperature soaring into the 60s on Monday. However, the theme of the first week of the month will be a rollercoaster ride, with much colder weather ahead for Tuesday. The temperature may be 30° colder in some spots from noon Monday to noon Tuesday. In fact, there will likely be some snow and mixed precipitation around Tuesday evening before a change to cool rain showers later Tuesday night. The temperature will climb again on Wednesday, and could flirt with 60 again if there is enough sunshine.

It will be seasonably cool and dry late in the workweek. We’re keeping our eye on the potential for chilly rain showers sometime between Saturday and Monday. In a worst-case scenario, all three days will feature some rain. A best-case scenario has the showers holding off through the weekend.

The middle of next week looks dry, with gradually moderating temperatures toward the end of the week. Aside from the light snow/mix possible Tuesday evening, there is not much wintry precipitation in the forecast for the next 10-14 days. Overall, it looks like it will be a relatively wet month, so we’ll have to watch for another storm around the second weekend of December.

Fred Campagna

President and Chief Meteorologist - Right Weather LLC AMS Certified Consulting Meteorologist #756 AMS Certified Broadcast Meteorologist #126

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