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Long-Range Forecast – November 13

A quick cold shot this weekend will be replaced by more mild weather through next week. There will be a nice stretch from Sunday afternoon through at least Wednesday. Highs will get close to 60 again by midweek. Lows will be in the 40s, and the average daily temperature should be nearly 10° above normal for a few days.

A storm will crawl through the Eastern United States late next workweek. While potent in the Midwest and Southeast, it may lose some punch as it reaches the Eastern Seaboard. In any event, we’re looking at rain or showers sometime between Thursday and Saturday.

It seems like every year we’re dealing with a storm threat during Thanksgiving week. I do not expect anything different this year. An active southern branch of the jet stream will likely send a storm or two towards the East Coast between the Wednesday before and Saturday after Thanksgiving. It would take a big shift in the current main storm track to bring snow to the Northeast, and we’re leaning toward rain and continued warmer than normal conditions.


Fred Campagna

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

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