Big Changes Coming Next Week

The first arctic blast of the season may impact much of the eastern half of the nation behind a very strong cold front and complex storm system poised to impact the Mid-Atlantic Tuesday into Wednesday of next week.


The North Atlantic Oscillation (NAO), Arctic Oscillation (AO) are both trending toward their negative phases (cold signal in the east) and the Pacific North American (PNA) Oscillation is trending toward its positive phase (favors a ridge building over the western United States).

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Latest Climate Models Indicate Potential Cool Down across Eastern United States late October into early November

After what feels like a relentless Summer with record heat and humidity across the Eastern Seaboard, there is hope that as we head into November the pattern may flip.

The latest CFS (Climate Forecast System) model for temperature anomalies (departure from average) forecast the warmth to continue through the end of October for the eastern half of the nation:

Next 10 days:

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