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Long-Range Forecast – November 10

Midweek rain will be followed by another fast-moving storm system late Thursday. That will bring more rain showers and gusty winds, but not as much steady rain as the Tuesday night into Wednesday storm. We’ll have a sneaky nice day on Friday as we await a cool shot for this weekend.

The high temperature will struggle to reach 50° Saturday and Sunday. The cool-down will be short-lived as the wind shifts to the west and southwest early next week. It will be in the 50s on Monday, and may reach the low 60s through the midweek with dry skies likely into at least Thursday. Late-workweek rain is possible, and it could linger into part of next weekend.

The overall trend late in the month is for a more active storm track along the Eastern Seaboard. So, after a 9-day dry stretch to start the month, we’ll likely see above normal rain totals in the last 10 days of the month. It also looks like it will be relatively mild with no extremely cold weather ahead through the next couple of weeks.

Fred Campagna

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

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