Great weather for the Thanksgiving Holidays. Normal temperatures and dry weather will be the norm for us and most of the United States. I wish there was more to talk about because when the weather is nice, it's boring. But what we're experiencing is pretty much the status quo for this time of year. We start out the week with average highs of 60 and lows of 39 and by the end of the week we're down to 59/38. This is normally one of our dry periods but we are still running a deficit for the year. The last graph on this page shows you how much rain is needed to break the drought.
"The ECMWF model (ensembles too) have switched the big Alaskan block to look more like GFS , squarely over Alaska and also developing strong -NAO pattern. If these models are right, then pretty soon a major Arctic Outbreak is coming to the lower 48 states. And now this is within 10 days, actually beginning in a week for the northern states, so the odds are looking more likely this will be a big deal."
Something to watch for next week! In the meantime, enjoy your Thanksgiving Holiday!
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