During most of the first half of November, the weather over Eastern United States was comparatively calm. But that scenario may change quickly as one or more significant storms may arrive in the northeastern United States in the third week of November.
The weather conditions may deteriorate and may turn cold in the middle of next week. A significant storm with anticipation of heavy rain and gusty winds is likely to develop over the Northeast later next week.
But the good news is that there are chances of drenching rain over drought hit areas of the Northeast. Some area may even witness wet snow in some. How strong this storm becomes and how much cold air the storm taps is uncertain this far out.
"The jet stream will drive toward the Gulf coast next week," according to weatherman. "If a sharp jet stream plunge occurs, then a storm is likely to develop along the mid-Atlantic coast then strengthen while moving northward toward New England," the weatherman continued.
New York City’s maximum temperatures during the first week of November have ranged from the middle 50°F to the lower 70°F. But the temperatures could vary from the upper 40°F to near 50°F sometime next week.
The blast of cold air in the presence of the storm may also trigger snowfall. The jet stream is likely to change its position in late-November, it may remain convoluted enough to help spin up additional potent storms in the Northeast and in other parts of the nation.
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