Yesterday, I wrote an extensive blog concerning the wet outlook for the first half of this November.
Today, let’s look at the temperature outlook for the first few weeks of November. With a broad, southwesterly flow within the main branch of the jetstream, the Pacific Northwest, down into the Four-Corners Region will remain cooler than normal for the first two weeks of November. This will allow a higher chance of a much-welcomed Indian Summer for much of the Great Lakes into the Southern States.
It won’t be warmer than normal every day, but areas shaded in orange have a higher than 50/50 chance of ending the two week stretch with warmer-than-average temperatures. -ES
This post was written by Eric Sorensen on October 31, 2011