12:20 PM | *”Gales of November”…major storm to bring very strong winds to Great Lakes, Mid-Atlantic, Northeast US*

12:20 PM | *”Gales of November”…major storm to bring very strong winds to Great Lakes, Mid-Atlantic, Northeast US*

Somewhat reminiscent of the storm that brought down the “SS Edmund Fitzgerald” in November 1975, a major storm will develop over Great Lakes this weekend and produce dangerous wind gusts in that area and winds here in the I-95 corridor could gust to 50 mph or so on Sunday behind the passage of a powerful cold front. This next cold shot will continue an overall colder-than-normal weather pattern for November that looks like it will stay intact to the end of the month with additional cold air outbreaks to follow. In fact, another cold air outbreak is likely to reach the Mid-Atlantic region at mid-week and result in a cold Turkey Day for the entire Northeast US.

7:00 AM | *Next cold shot arrives late Saturday night with strong winds...Thanksgiving week looks generally cold and dry*

7:00 AM | *Next cold shot arrives late Saturday night with strong winds...Thanksgiving week looks generally cold and dry*

A strong cold front crossed the region yesterday and ushered in a cold air mass for this time of year, but temperatures will moderate tomorrow ahead of another strong cold frontal system. Showers are likely later tomorrow and/or tomorrow night as that next front arrives and winds will pick up noticeably by early Sunday.  A very windy and cold day is in store for the region on Sunday with gusts to 45 mph and while Monday will remain on the cold side, the winds will be much calmer to start the new (short) work week.  All in all, next week looks to be cold and dry with cold, breezy conditions expected on Turkey Day. 

7:00 AM | *Next cold shot arrives late Saturday night with strong winds...Thanksgiving week looks generally cold and dry*

7:00 AM | *Next cold shot arrives late Saturday night with strong winds...Thanksgiving week looks generally cold and dry*

A strong cold front crossed the region yesterday and ushered in a cold air mass for this time of year, but temperatures will moderate tomorrow ahead of another strong cold frontal system. Showers are likely by tomorrow night as that next front arrives and winds will pick up noticeably by early Sunday. A very windy and cold day is in store for the region on Sunday with gusts to 45 mph and while Monday will remain on the cold side, the winds will be much calmer to start the new (short) work week.  All in all, next week looks to be cold and dry with cold, breezy conditions expected on Turkey Day.

7:00 AM | *Next cold shot arrives late Saturday night with strong winds...Thanksgiving week looks generally cold and dry*

7:00 AM | *Next cold shot arrives late Saturday night with strong winds...Thanksgiving week looks generally cold and dry*

A strong cold front crossed the region yesterday and ushered in a cold air mass for this time of year, but temperatures will moderate tomorrow ahead of another strong cold frontal system. Showers are likely later tomorrow and/or tomorrow night as that next front arrives and winds will pick up noticeably by early Sunday.  A very windy and cold day is in store for the region on Sunday with gusts to 45 mph and while Monday will remain on the cold side, the winds will be much calmer to start the new (short) work week.  All in all, next week looks to be cold and dry with cold, breezy conditions expected on Turkey Day.