Seasonable Tuesday Gives Way to Warming Trend
It is chilly this Tuesday AM the 1st of November. Average morning lows on this date are usually the mid to upper 30's. We are waking up to temps in the mid to upper 20's thanks to clear skies and calm winds. Coastal and urban areas are the warmest spots.
This means temperatures are running a good 5-10 below average this AM.
Temperatures this afternoon rebound into the mid 50's which is right where we would expect to be in early November if not a degree or two below average. High pressure locks in nearly calm winds. The high will slide to our east this afternoon/evening and a warm front will advance towards the east coast.
As the warm southerly air mass works into our cool Canadian air mass clouds will form later today and tonight. That will keep low temperatures in the low to mid 40's tonight. By morning the cold front is crossing Southern New England.
As a result temperatures surge into the 60's with a southwest wind of 3-7 MPH.
Wednesday night is well above average with low temps only in the low 50's. This will help create fog for Thursday AM. The cold front trailing tomorrow's warm front will push across the region Thursday PM. Before any rain/cooler air arrives max temps will again be in the mid 60's. It looks like a late afternoon start for precipitation. A weak surface low will form along the front which will help enhance precipitation.
A fresh shot of seasonal air is on the way for Friday-Saturday. Winds will likely be blustery behind the front as high pressure controls the central US and low pressure strengthens off the New England coast. The sun sets today around 540 PM in Southern New England. By November 30 it sets at 415 PM. Enjoy these temperatures in the 60's this week because
|NWS Tuesday AM low temperatures (image Weatherbell)|
|NWS Minimum Temperature Anomaly (image Weatherbell)|
|WPC Surface Fronts/Precipitation Tuesday 2 PM|
|WPC Surface Fronts/Precipitation Wednesday 8 AM|
|NWS High temperature forecast Wednesday (image Weatherbell)|
|WPC Surface Fronts/Precipitation Thursday 8 AM|