Tuesday, November 13, 2012

November 14th, 2012 Forecast

If you like boring weather, the next several days will be your friend.  High pressure builds across the eastern half of the US and Southeast Canada, providing a rather benign stretch of weather that will last between now and at least Saturday.  While there is the potential for a coastal low to brush nearby early next week, it's still several days out and the track on that low is still pretty uncertain.  Between now and Saturday, clear skies and seasonal temperatures will rule the weather landscape.

The last of the clouds in place over the region will depart later this evening, with skies allowing temperatures to drop overnight to the 20's north, 30's elsewhere.   Tomorrow's bright sunshine will allow for recovery in our temperatures, with highs by afternoon generally in the upper 40's north, lower 50's city and south.  While these temperatures are a few degrees below average for mid November, the weather will be quiet...and a needed break takes place in our weather world for a few days.