November 15: Warm weather roundup, cold Thanksgiving week

November 15: Warm weather roundup, cold Thanksgiving week

November 15, 2023

Updated Wednesday morning

A southern storm is forming. This is something that may be common this El Niño winter. A slow-moving storm system across the northern Gulf of Mexico will dump rain on Florida, then return to the East Coast.

We will have more clouds especially in southern areas today as a developing storm approaches. But the forecast is not conducive to the rain we need. This will help bring in warmer air for a few days, and then a sharp cold snap will arrive the week of Thanksgiving!

Morning temperatures

Cool seasonal

Morning surface weather

A Gulf Coast storm is responsible for the clouds that spread overnight. There will be more clouds south of Baltimore and less to the north.

November 15 weather Wednesday morning

Satellite loop from 4am to 6am

Weather satellite for November 15, Wednesday morning

Afternoon temperatures

Weather temperatures November 15 Wednesday afternoon

He doesn’t even do thatno Winter updates

Computer models support the East Coast storm track

El Nino CFSv2 winter precipitation model

El Niño warning

NOAA’s latest report is confident that a very strong event will occur. Maybe historical! This refers to temperatures in the Pacific Ocean, with implications for the track of the winter storm in the United States.

El Niño November 2023

Climatic data: Baltimore

Today is November 15th

Sunrise at 6:50 AM

Sunset at 4:52 p.m

Natural decline in Baltimore: 37 degrees Fahrenheit

Record high of 19 degrees Fahrenheit in 1986

Normal high in Baltimore: 58F

Record high of 79 degrees Fahrenheit in 1993

Winter forecast reports:

Winter Weather Folklore: The 20 Best and More Nature’s References to Snow.

NOAA Winter 2024 Forecast

The 2024 winter forecast from farmers’ calendars returns cold and snow

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Temperatures Thursday morning

Weather temperatures November 15 Thursday morning

Thursday afternoon

Weather temperatures November 15 Thursday afternoon

Storm simulation

Friday afternoon

November 15 Weather Storm Friday

Friday afternoon to Saturday evening

When a coastal low is seen forming off the east coast of Florida, it is expected to move east and pass us by. A cold front from the west may bring us showers Friday night, but not much to help our growing drought.

November 15 Stormy weather weekend

Closer view shots

Friday evening

November 15 Stormy weather on Friday evening

Saturday early morning

November 15 Stormy weather Saturday morning

Saturday afternoon

November 15 Stormy weather Saturday afternoon

Jetstream: Friday afternoon to Wednesday afternoon

The warmer temperatures will begin to fade by Sunday, then the next blast of cold air will pick up the week of Thanksgiving. This could fuel the next storm expected by Wednesday.

November 15 weather jet

Wednesday Snapshot: Even colder!

November 15 Jet Weather Wednesday

7 day forecast

Brief rain from Friday night into early Saturday morning. Then cold air arrives Sunday into next week.

Weather forecast for November 15, 7 days, Wednesday

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Paraphrasing my post about dyslexia

I know there are some spelling, grammar mistakes, and other glitches sometimes. I take responsibility for my mistakes and even computer errors that I may have overlooked. I’ve made some general statements over the years, but if you’re new here, you may have missed these: I have dyslexia and discovered it during my second year at Cornell. This did not stop me from obtaining my degree in meteorology and being the first to obtain an AMS CBM in the Baltimore/Washington area. One of my teachers told me that I had come this far without knowing it and to not let it be a crutch to move forward. That was Mark Wysocki, and he was absolutely right! I miss my mistakes in my proofreading. The autocorrect spell check on my computer sometimes does it unfairly which makes matters worse. I can also make forecasting errors. No one is perfect at predicting the future. All maps and information are accurate. “Verbal” things can get sticky. There was no editor who could check my work When I need it And have it ready to send on a newsworthy timeline. Barbara Werner is a member of the web team who helps me maintain this site. She has taken it upon herself to correct typos when available. It could be after reading this. I accept this and perhaps it will prove that what you read is in fact from me… It’s part of my magic.


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