Lots of clouds today will give way to some clearing late. Highs of 47-54 are expected, followed by mostly clear to partly cloudy skies & 30-35 tonight with some fog in places.
With skies going mostly sunny to sunny Saturday, highs of 47-54 are likely. Winds today & tomorrow with be southwest to west at 8-15 mph.
Sunday should feature increasing & thickening clouds with 50-56, followed by cold frontal passage in the p.m. with sharp uptick in the wind from the north & temperatures following quickly through the 40s with lows 30-34 Sunday night.
1" or less of snowfall is expected Monday-Monday night. Isolated 1-2" amount are possible.
3-10" are possible over Ohio, while the higher elevations of eastern Kentucky, eastern Tennessee & western North Carolina may see +10".
Winds will be strong with the system with 50-60 mph gusts, especially in the higher terrain of the Appalachian Plateau from Ohio southward to Tennessee & then over the Appalachian Mountains.
Here, gusts of 30-50 mph are expected Monday with highs in the 30s with lows in the 20s Monday night.
On Tuesday, highs may only reach 50 in the Florida Panhandle, but reach 65 in northern New England!
It will be warmer in Quebec City, Quebec than Gainesville, Florida even!
Note the temperature anomalies with record warm in New England & much colder weather over the Southeast U.S.
Temperatures over the Deep South & over the Appalachians may run 20 degrees below normal later Monday to Tuesday.
Severe weather is possible from Southeast Louisiana to Virginia & then over the Mid-Atlantic to eastern New England.
The best potential of a stronger, longer-track tornado will be parts of the Deep South to Carolinas.
For us, drier pattern should follow this system.
Much warmer weather should occur mid to late December.
The first 10 days of December trend more typical for early December with 30s & 40s for highs.