Stays Quiet In The Northeast...

November 5, 2021 // Article by: Brad Miller

Hard to believe that the first weekend of November is here already, but at least the weather will be rather quiet.  We will be watching a storm system exit off the southeast coast of the US, but it is forecast to remain well out in the Atlantic.  The only issue looks be be some added cloud cover on Sunday, but mainly east of I-95.  

The weekend will begin quite cold and another widespread frost can be expected, especially away from the coast.  Check out these temperatures for 7 AM on Saturday.  You will need the ice scraper if you are going to be out early in the morning.

Courtesy Pivotal Weather

However, high pressure will be in control and lend to a dry and mostly sunny first half of the weekend along with slightly milder weather compared to the last few days here in the Northeast.  Here is a look at forecast temperatures for 2 PM Saturday.  

Courtesy Pivotal Weather

Sunday looks just fine as well.  Temperatures will be a few degrees higher than Saturday, but we may be dealing with a bit more in the way of clouds.  This is again due a large storm system that will be off the coast of North Carolina, but it should stay far enough south and east of the region to keep the forecast along the I-95 corridor rain free.  Check out the simulated radar for 2 PM Sunday.

Courtesy Tropical Tidbits

So, that's it...a quick blog for this weekend because there isn't much going on.  Get out and enjoy the fine fall weather because you know winter looms ahead and it won't be long until we're talking about snow amounts and storm tracks.  Also, don't forget to turn your clock back one hour Saturday night.