A Quiet Weekend For The Northeast...

November 27, 2020 // Article by: Brad Miller

The final weekend of November is upon us and it looks like the weather here in the Northeast will be uneventful before turning active on Monday.  A weak disturbance will slide across New England on Saturday with clouds and perhaps a few showers, mainly from Hartford to Boston.  South of there and down the I-95 corridor to Washington, DC, it will likely remain dry with a mix of sun and clouds for Saturday afternoon.  It will be seasonable for late November as well.  Here is a look at forecast temperatures for 1 PM Saturday.

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High pressure then builds across the Northeast Saturday night and sticks around through the end of the weekend.  This will lend to a very nice Sunday with plenty of sunshine expected and temperatures similar to Saturday.  Once again, not too bad for the last weekend of November.  Here is a look at forecast temperatures for 1 PM Sunday.  However, with the sunshine it will feel more comfortable outside than Saturday.

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Clouds will then quickly increase Sunday night and rain will be knocking on the door as a strong area of low pressure pushes towards the East Coast.  This will result in a wet and windy start to the work week here along the I-95 corridor, but a snowy solution for the Ohio Valley.  Here is a look at the simulated radar for 7 AM Monday.

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So, that's it for now. Check out our latest Weather Update Video for more information about The Snow Situation across the Midwest early next week: