Wednesday, November 13, 2013

November 14th, 2013 Forecast

Another cold night is expected tonight, but with a west-southwest wind flow it may end up a degree or two warmer than last night.  Skies will be mostly clear overall with just a few high clouds around at times.  Lows will range from the low 20s in the coldest northwest suburbs to around 30 in Philadelphia.

Thursday, although still below average, will be about 10 degrees milder than today.  With bright sun and a west-southwest breeze at 10 to 20 mph, temperatures should reach the low 50s in many locations.

This warming trend will continue through Monday before the next cold front arrives on our doorstep.  A warm front could bring some of us a shower late Sunday afternoon or evening, but our greatest threat for rain will arrive late in the day on Monday in association with the cold front.  Behind that cold front will be another blast of cold air, especially by Wednesday when highs struggle to reach 40 degrees.
Thursday Planner

Wake-Up:  30 degrees, Cold Start

Lunchtime:  49 degrees, Bright Sun

P.M. High:  51 degrees, Milder

Sunrise 6:45 AM
Sunset 4:46 PM