Wednesday, November 23, 2016

Thanksgiving Weekend Forecast

Short video below breaks down what to expect over the next few days. Here is an executive summary:


  • Chilly conditions through the next few days
    • Temperatures in the high 40's and low 50's for most spots
  • Some showers will work their way into the region on Thanksgiving with snow to the north
    • Nothing significant expected, a few flakes might fly in northern NJ area
  • Another weather system then approaches for the weekend on Saturday and Sunday
    • Nothing major Mid-Atlantic areas, just a few chilly showers
    • Up north however we need to watch this very closely
      • There is a chance this storm system lingers off the coast and produces snow for New England areas
      • Multiple inches are possible especially at higher elevations
  • Big storm cuts to our west middle of next week
    • Rain for most areas
  • In the wake of that storm we need to keep a close eye on the first week of December for a storm that might be more wintry in nature
    • More on that as the days go on.
Enjoy the video!


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