Below Normal Temperatures Expected November 5th – 11th

Cold weather lovers rejoice! A dip in the jet stream is expected to bring us some cold temperatures on the 5th of November and after. Until then, we will experience normal, seasonal chilly air. Our Halloween looks good for trick-or-treating, but it may be a bit breezy! No worries, rain is not in the forecast!

The Climate Prediction Center has outlined the Southeast U.S. with below normal temperatures in the next week or so.

The center of the cold is expected to be to our west in Tennessee and the mountains. We’ve been talking about this for a while from our long-range article, influenced by Jesse StormTracker Sacher!

What is the expected coldest day during this outlook timeframe? Monday the 8th has widespread 30s for lows, and 40s, but take a look at those 20s across some parts of NC and VA! This is for Monday am on the 8th.

Lows on Tuesday the 9th are also expected to be about the same. Cold wake-ups in the mornings, so you will need a coat and maybe even a winter hat. We would not be surprised for some first flakes in the higher elevations from this timeframe, the 5th into the 11th.

Makes sure you look out for Jesse’s posts on the page, since he provides timely and accurate information. I’m more of a website and tech guy, but I’m a Met. Jesse has been giving me a run for my money with forecasting.

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Author: Michael Griffith

I have had a passion for the weather since a very young age and am a degreed meteorologist. I have a Bachelor of Science from Penn State University and a Master's from Plymouth State University. If you ever see me out and about in the Charlotte, NC area, be sure to say hi!