Our weather has been amazingly consistent for mid-Novemeber…over the last seven days we’ve had a high temps in the 40s and over the last seven days we’ve seen no rain or snow. Despite being a long-lasting streak, it still has some shelf-life. In fact, the weather pattern isn’t budging until the weekend. Tomorrow will feature lots of clouds around the region but no rain or snow and temps near 50…perfect for travel round New England on the busiest travel day of the year.
Slightly milder air will work in on Thanksgiving day this will produce some lower clouds that will take some time to burn off. But by afternoon the sun should be shining and temps will warm to about 52 degrees with light wind…nearly perfect!
Black Friday should be similar, with clouds burning off to sunshine and mild temps in the 50s. A coldfront front will sweep this benign pattern out to sea on Saturday…a few rain showers then plummeting temps. The coldest air of the season will take hold of New England…daytime highs will struggle to reach 40. The storm track will also make a return to New England with a storm probable on Tuesday. With the cold air preceding it and a storm track most likely over New England, there is a very good chance for wintry precip…snow, ice and rain…could be a messy storm. Obviously it is a long way off but we’ll be watching!