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Long-Range Forecast – November 25

There will be a nice warm-up for Thanksgiving and Black Friday. Highs will be in the mid 50s on Thursday and close to 60 on Friday. Scattered showers are possible on Saturday as a cold front passes. The best chance of rain is before 2 pm. It does not look like a widespread soaking.

Cooler weather is ahead for Sunday and Monday. We’re keeping an eye on the cold front after it moves offshore on Saturday. It may linger close enough to the coast to keep thick clouds and a few showers around on Sunday. Monday should be mainly clear.

A storm system arrives with rain on Tuesday. The temperature will spike into the 50s with a southerly wind as the rain develops. Showers will end Wednesday morning, and another cool and dry stretch is likely for the rest of the workweek.

The forecast for the second week of this Long-Range Forecast is quite uncertain. It does not look extremely cold, and the snow threat is minimal. At some point, another storm may move out of the Southern states and bring another round of rain, but the timing of that is unclear. At this point, we are estimating it between Dec 7-9.

Have a safe and Happy Thanksgiving!


Fred Campagna

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

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