Will next weekend be stormy?
Tomorrow through Tuesday looks to be seasonably chilly but sunny.
Clouds will increase as the day goes on Wednesday as a strong cold front approaches.
Thursday will be a very rainy day. Rain will move in early Thursday morning and should pick up throughout the day. By the evening the rain could turn heavy specifically in northwest parts of the coverage area, where totals will be highest.
The cold front really won't bring much colder temperatures as it will stall over Long Island and New England. There is the potential that a nor'easter could develop along this front Saturday and potentially impact us Sunday into Monday. This will most likely not happen but its something to look out for.
It looks like the last week of November will be very interesting. A very strong cold front will move through next Tuesday. Along this cold front we could see a storm but I say that with low confidence. What I'm more interested in is that beyond 10 days from now the models there are many indications that we switch to a much colder pattern. Right now the GFS is showing a pattern that looks like February rather than November.
As the cold air moves in we will continue to see an active storm track but now there is a threat for snow. All I can say is that the last week of November into December will be very interesting. We had a white Thanksgiving last year and there is an increasing potential for one this year.
I will be releasing my winter forecast on Thanksgiving Day so stay tuned for that. Also be sure to follow my twitter http://@CONWEATHER.