Weather Roundup: National Forecast for Nov. 6
Expect increasing rain chances for Long Island and southern New York for the morning commute. Morning lows will dip to the 30s and 40s for most. Grab the umbrellas as scattered showers move in from the south and west. Highs will reach the 50s in all locations. A bigger storm is moving in for Friday and Saturday bringing wet, heavy snowfall for northern New England. More detailed information on this storm through the day. Stay tuned!
A cold front will continue to push during the early morning hours. Expect wet roads, leading to a slow morning commute. We start the day with temperatures in the 40s and 50s. We’ll see some coastal showers through the day as the cold front continues to track to the coast. Wrap around clouds will push back into the Tennessee Valley and Kentucky. Highs will be in the 50s and 60s with some 70s along the coast. Have a great Thursday!
A cold front will continue to to push in for the morning commute. Expect cloudy skies and mild temperatures as you head out the door. Morning temperatures will be in the 50s and 60s. Relatively dry conditions with a few passing clouds. Highs will reach the 70s and 80s with some 60s in northern Alabama, Mississippi and Georgia. Have a great day!
A very slow moving system will continue to affect much of Texas and Louisiana through the early mornings. Travel safely for the morning commute. Lows dip to the 40s and 50s with some 30s in the Pan Handle of Texas. A FROST ADVISORY is in effect until 9am for the Pan Handle. More rain for South Texas through the day. Highs reach the 60s. Have a great day. Sunshine returns for Friday!
A cold, clear and dry morning on-tap for much of the Central Plains. In the wake of a cold front, high pressure is settling in and that’s going to lead to morning lows in the 20s and 30s. Expect a sunny afternoon and temperatures rebounding into the 50s and 60s for most locations in the Central Plains.
A low pressure system will continue to slide east across the area today. That will keep snow chances across northern parts of Wisconsin and Michigan this morning, with rain moving through Indiana, Ohio, and Michigan into the afternoon. Storm total snowfall will be around 1-3″. High pressure will begin clearing things out after the low moves through, but another clipper coming in from the northwest will bring another round on Friday. Morning temperatures will start the day in the 20s and 30s in the north, and the 40s in the south. It’s going to be a cool afternoon, with highs only warming into the 30s, 40s, and low 50s.
Low temperatures will start the morning in the 20s and 30s in the High Plains. High pressure will keep most of the region clear and quiet today. Sunshine will help most of the region rebound into the 50s and 60s. A few spots in the east will be stuck in the 40s with cool air behind Wednesday’s clipper system. A low pressure system moving in from the northwest will bring a chance of rain and snow to western Montana and North Dakota this evening. That system will continue to slide southeast into Friday.
With dry, cool air in place, expect morning lows generally in the 30s and 40s across the Four Corners. Some parts of southern Arizona will only bottom out in the low 60s. Afternoon highs will be pleasant as well, for much of the region. From Denver, to Salt Lake City, to Albuquerque expect afternoon highs generally in the 60s. Sunny skies abound tomorrow as well.
A Red Flag Warning and Wind Advisory will continue for southwest California as Santa Ana winds gust upwards of 40 mph. Fire danger will elevated, so be extra cautious. The region will stay sunny and dry this afternoon, with the exception of a cold front bringing a few showers and clouds to the very northwest corner of California. Look for morning lows to start the day in the 30s in northern Nevada, with 40s and 50s as you move south and west. Santa Ana winds will warm southern California into the 80s and 90s. The rest of the region will see 60s and 70s.
A cold front coming in off the coast will bring rain and strong winds to the northwest. A High Wind Watch is in effect for the Washington and northern Oregon coast through today. A Wind Advisory has also been issued for south central Oregon through 2 pm. Rain will begin early this morning in the northwest, sliding south and east through this afternoon. Snow is possible in higher elevations, but not much accumulation is expected. If you’re not a fan of the cloudy and soggy weather, high pressure will clear things out on Friday and Saturday. Low temperatures this morning will range from the 30s in the east to the 50s along the coast. Highs this afternoon will warm into the 50s and 60s.