November 9: “Normal” Weather For A While


A few showers moved through overnight, but they didn’t drop more than a trace of rainfall in most locations — our rainfall deficit continues to grow:

We’ll see decreasing clouds this morning, followed by abundant sunshine this afternoon, with high temperatures in the low 60s:
Breezy throughout the day as well, so it will feel significantly cooler than what we’ve experienced so far this month.

Chilly tonight, with temperatures dropping to the mid to upper 30s:
There’s even a Frost Advisory in effect for southern Kentucky!

We’ll warm up nicely on Thursday, with lots of sunshine overhead:

Temperatures will remain near normal through the weekend, with dry conditions continuing.  Overnight lows will be seasonably cool, and there’s another chance of frost Sunday morning, but we’ll warm up nicely each afternoon:
The next chance of showers (Monday and Tuesday) doesn’t look very impressive at this point.  The two main long-range forecast models are showing a more-potent storm system with a good chance of rain by the end of next week, but that’s a long way off.



No links today, since the internet pretty much got taken over by the election over the last 24 hours…hopefully I’ll be able to scrounge up some science-news for tomorrow.


About paulheggen33

Morning meteorologist for WNCN-TV in Raleigh.
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