Half of this week will be decent, and the other half may or may not be unsettled.
We’ve got high pressure in control for the next few days with generally dry weather and moderating temperatures. A weak frontal system moves through late Wednesday with little fanfare, but it will bring some cooler air back in for Thanksgiving Day. We’ll also see clouds stream in on Thanksgiving as low pressure begins to make its way up the East Coast. This is where things become very uncertain.
The models have been consistently inconsistent with this storm. They never seem to agree with each other, and they change their tune on nearly every run. Sometimes it’ll look likely a coastal storm with strong winds and heavy rain, and possibly a wintry mix across the interior, some runs the storm goes up to the west of us, so we get rain and milder temperatures, some runs it’s a coastal storm well offshore and a weaker system moving across northern New England with just a few showers. Some runs have the storm Friday, some Saturday, and now, some even have it on Sunday. At this point, it’s just too early to nail down any details. What you’ll see below is our best guess at this point, but really, we could just write in “Partly to mostly ____ with a chance of _____”, and that would probably cover it too. We should have more clarity when we post our Weekend Outlook, which will be done on Wednesday this week instead of Thursday due to Thanksgiving.
Monday: Sunshine and a few clouds, breezy. High 36-43.
Monday night: Clear skies. Low 26-33.
Tuesday: Sunshine and some afternoon clouds. High 40-47.
Tuesday night: Clear skies. Low 26-33.
Wednesday: Plenty of sunshine. High 44-51.
Thursday: Morning sun, then increasing and thickening clouds. High 41-48.
Friday: Mostly cloudy with a chance of rain. High 47-54.
Saturday: Partly to mostly cloudy and breezy with a chance of rain. High 47-54.
Sunday: Partly sunny, breezy. High 45-52.