Monday, oh Monday. We’ve got the case of a ‘mundane Monday’ in the region as the clouds bank overhead and the rain drudges north with the winter chill piercing the jackets we pulled out of the closet for the first time in months a few weeks back. It’s all part of week that ushers back the cold that some have longed for and other dread. Welcome to November, folks. That 80 degree day last week? Bye for now.
Welcome to “The Week Ahead,” a weekly snapshot of what the week looks like as we sit presently on a Monday. The goal is to have this up every Monday so you can begin thinking about what to do and plan about the upcoming seven days.
Monday, November 9, 2015
- Ugly. Yuck. Bleh. This gets worse as a cold rain begins it’s north ward march. High won’t escape the 50s. Yuck.
Tuesday, November 10, 2015
- Ugly. Yuck. Bleh. Again. Only this time: its worse. The rain will continue overnight into Tuesday and should begin it’s exodus around the start of Wednesday. Temps may creep into the lower 60s for some in the metros, southern Maryland and portions of the eastern shore.
Wednesday, November 11, 2015
- A break in the action as Mr. Blue Sky makes an appearance. Veterans Day looks good for now as the rain leaves before sunrise, allowing for a nice crisp day. Temps will have a better shot of reaching the 60s for most of you east of the mountains. Enjoy it, and thanks to all who have served.
Extended Outlook (Subject To Change)
Thursday, November 12, 2015
- More rain! We have a shot at some showers with a front coming through. Coverage and duration is still up from grabs at this point and will be known in the coming days. Temps in the mid 60s for most.
Friday, November 12, 2015
- Clear and cool, temps in the 60s.
Weekend, November 12-13, 2015
- Cool start, cold finish. No rain in the forecast but Sunday looks noticeably cooler then Thursday through Saturday.
Overall its a cold week that gradually gets warmer as we move along with some rain mixed in. Jackets and hoodies look like must-haves for now. Have a rain jacket or umbrella handy.
Also, the newly formed Tropical Storm Kate poses no threat to us as it’s expected to go out-to-sea (OTS).