Looking up into Canada this morning is some very cold air with temps below zero and across the upper Midwest they are bracing for a snowstorm (Twin Cities). The jet stream is in flux—truth be told, it always is—and this changing jet stream will eventually tap some of that arctic air & fling it into the northeast. Best advice…..try & get outside the next few days. ;o)
Today through Wednesday will offer some seasonably mild air across New England with afternoon temps expected to reach 60 thanks to partial sunshine and a southerly flow. The southerly flow helps us warm but it will also add moisture into the air. At first this moisture only produces a few clouds but by Tuesday afternoon & again on Wednesday I think there will be a lot of clouds around. There will likely be a few sprinkles on Wednesday to go along with the 60 degree weather.
Our first (of likely several) arctic fronts will blast into New England late Wednesday evening setting the stage for some December like cold. High temps for the end of the week & weekend will only reach the 40s–even some 30s and this looks like this cold pattern will lock in for several days perhaps even into Thanksgiving week! Despite the cold pattern, no plowable snow is on the horizon.
Enjoy that sun today.