WEATHER BRIEFING: FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 24TH, 2017

HIGHLIGHTS: CALM CONDITIONS ON THE HORIZON

It looks like the last weekend of the month of November will be a quiet one, with near normal conditions expected across the region. Saturday will be an extremely pleasant day, with high temperatures reaching the low-to-mid 60s across the area. A weak disturbance swinging through the Eastern United States will provide extra cloud cover Saturday into Saturday night, but no precipitation is expected with this disturbance. Behind this system, temperatures will cool off marginally for Sunday, with highs staying in the middle and upper 50s. This will start a 3-4 day period of clear and calm conditions where temperatures will start cool in the morning, but warm well into the 50s and 60s in the afternoon. Temperatures will get progressively warmer as we head into the middle of next week, with mid-to-upper 60s possible by Wednesday. No strong disturbances are showing up on the mid-to-long range models, although a weak disturbance may enter the area by late next week. Nevertheless, it looks like the last week of November will be a clear and calm one.

Have a great Friday!

Chase Scott Graham