Welcome to November…average daily highs go from 57 to 47 by the end of the month. It is also the wettest and cloudiest month of the year…and we average 1.5 inches of snow. All and all, sounds pretty depressing to me…but at least we get Turkey-Day out of it!
Sandy’s remnants are still spinning in the Northeast, producing lots of clouds…tomorrow will be no different, a chilly day with limited sunshine and highs in the 50s.
Sandy will spin into the Canadian Maritimes over the weekend, behind the storm the air gets much colder and that air will work in on a gusty breeze over the weekend. Highs will struggle to make 50 degrees and will feel colder in the wind. High pressure will at least be working in providing increasing amounts of sunshine for the weekend and early next week.
That high will settle over New England for Monday and Tuesday…expect a lot of sunshine and cold temps in the 40s. This bodes well though for election day with dry and calm conditions. By Wednesday, we head downhill fast. A trough of low pressure will spin up a coastal low spreading rain and wind back into New England. If this were December I’d be very concerned with the atmospheric set-up but temps will be just warm enough for rain and not snow with this storm. The higher elevations and mountains of New England may see a little white however.