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November 25 Weather Cold Weekend And Maybe Snow Flurries During The Week

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Winter Weather

November 25, 2023

Saturday Morning Update

It is feeling a bit like winter, and the weather map looks like it. Today, we have High Pressure in control, which is a dry air mass. But it is cold!  The afternoon will remain in the 40s for the first time since March 19th.

A coastal storm and cold front we were watching to end the weekend will still be a ‘near miss’ for us. However, it may provide some rain showers on Sunday night.

Then we watch even colder air with more energy arrive early in the work week. It may carry some snow showers and flurries over the mountains by Tuesday.


Morning Temperatures

One of the coldest mornings we’ve had since last winter.

November 25 weather temperatures Saturday morning


Morning Surface Weather

High Pressure is in control. Not a strong wind, but a breeze is helping to reinforce the chilliest air we have felt since last winter.

The map has a winter feel to it, with snow breaking out across the central US. That will not reach us, but we may have some flakes in our forecast.

November 25 weather Saturday morning



3 PM

One of the chilliest days since last winter!

November 25 weather temperatures Saturday morning



TODAY November 25

Sunrise at 7:01 AM

Sunset at 4:46 PM

Normal Low in Baltimore:  34ºF

Record 18ºF in 1950 and 1956

Normal High in Baltimore: 54ºF

Record 75ºF 1973


Winter Outlook Reports:

El Niño Winter Updates

Computer Models Support East Coast Storm Track

Winter Precipitation El Nino CFSv2 Model


El Niño Advisory

The latest NOAA report is confident in a Very Strong event. Possibly HISTORIC! This refers to the temperatures in the Pacific, with impacts on the US Winter Storm Track.

El Nino November 2023 



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NOAA’s Winter Outlook 2024

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Temperatures Sunday


November 25 weather temperatures Sunday morning



November 25 weather temperatures Sunday afternoon

Storm Simulation:

Sunday Morning to Monday Afternoon

November 25 weather forecast storm

Snapshot Monday Afternoon

The storm winding up in eastern Maine will help pull down much colder air behind it. We will begin to feel it on Monday, and it will set the stage for much of the week.

November 25 weather Monday afternoon


Jet Stream Monday Afternoon

The leading edge of the arctic blast will be pushing across the Northern US.

November 25 weather jet stream cold Monday



Monday Afternoon to Thursday Afternoon

There will be a coastal storm (that may miss us), but it will pull down much colder air from Canada behind it.

November 25 weather jet stream cold


Snapshot: Tuesday Afternoon

We will feel the core of this colder air/Arctic Blast!

The upper air disturbance helping to bring this air mass in may carry enough energy to bring snow showers and flurries east of the mountains on Tuesday afternoon.

November 25 weather jet stream cold Tuesday

7 Day Forecast

This is definitely looking like an early winter forecast.

Colder air during the week will accompany a disturbance that may bring snow flurries even into metro areas on Tuesday.

A coating of snow is possible in the mountains.

Temperatures remain below average throughout the week.

November 25 weather forecast 7 day Saturday


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