If you have been anywhere near social media this weekend, you have been hearing about a potential snow storm that MAYBE will effect your Thanksgiving travels. As it is the busiest travel day of the year, I am going to show you what the models are hinting at and what to possibly expect as you begin your holiday travels.
Fall has arrived early for the Northeast (Fall officially starts September 22nd at 10:29pm) and temperatures don’t look to rebound over the next several weeks. If you are a big fan of the cool & crisp air, then you are going to enjoy the month of September. As seen above, the long range model (Climate Forecast System Version 2 “CFSv2″) shows the entire Northeast will be below average temperatures through the heart of September. However, as I mentioned in a previous post back on September 1st, I was looking at the potential of warm-up to close out September and into October.
As I mentioned many weeks ago, Fall would be making an early entrance with temperatures staying at or below normal for the first half of September. The vast majority of you are rather happy to see the cooler weather arrive and it looks like the fall like temperatures will carry-on through this week as well.
Earlier in the week, I said the weekend was looking a little iffy with a cold front that will be pushing through on Saturday. Things are looking a tad better with the timing of the cold front for your weekend plans…