We continue to focus our attention on the weather for the weekend and next week Nothing much has changed really over the last few days. In spite of the wish-casting of so many in the social media space, JOESTRADAMUS remains rather skeptical of any sort of Thanksgiving Day snow event. While he understands that the snow lovers of the world are excited about the prospect for the first snow, it does not take away from the fact that you can't wish it to happen. This is why it is more important to get a sense of what is happening in the upper layers of the atmosphere rather than focus on what some model does at a certain time of day for a certain point in time in the future. It is far less stressful this way. Judging from what is going on in the latest run of weather models it would seem that the colder than average part of the equation is going to work out okay. However it does seem that there just may not be enough room for anything of consequence to develop until beyond the Thanksgiving holiday.
First off is a front coming through for Saturday which will produce widespread showers across the entire area. That will move through and Sunday will be windy and colder with a few scattered rain or snow showers running around with temperatures in the 40s. After that it seems that we will be dry and chilly thanks to the upper air pattern which is very blocky but...READ MORE AT http://www.meteorologistjoecioffi.com/index.php/2017/11/14/thanksgiving-week-weather-looking-dry-cold/