Thursday November 9
Temperatures this morning are a far cry from the 70s earlier this week, but close to normal. The next blast of arctic air is moving across the Great Lakes and may come with time record cold first noticed on Friday. If you wake up early enough, you might even see a few flurries as it arrives. But first, we have to get through today. Here is the brief look and then beyond which shows upper level support for a cold Thanksgiving week and possibly early start to winter.
Stats For November 9
Normal High: 59ºF
Record High: 78ºF in 1994
Normal Low: 38ºF
Record Low: 25ºF in 2003
Sunrise: 6:44 AM
Sunset 4:57 PM
Two Records Within Reach:
Friday November 10: Lowest High = 41ºF in 1933
Saturday November 11: Lowest Min = 21ºF in 1973
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Today: Mild with some evening (rain) showers
Cold Air Arrives Friday Morning
Flurries Possible North Of Baltimore
Animation Of Temperature Plunge
Notes: Now is the time to consider detaching your garden hose to prevent damage.
The southern PA Counties are not listed here. Some already had their freeze, but others will be added by the local NWS office later today.
Forecast Low Temperatures
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Long Range Pattern Change
The jet stream is setting up a Greenland Blocking High that would establish cold that will hold for the eastern US Thanksgiving week.
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