Slow Transition To Winter

Eastern North Carolina will see a slow transition to winter over the next week to 10 days.

We've seen some nice fall weather over the past few weeks.  The colors seem to be more brilliant than usual this year.  As the leaves fall to the ground we'll see a gradual transtion to colder temperatures over the next two weeks.  It will not be that noticeable at once and temperatures will be on a roller coaster ride for the next week or so.  It does appear that colder air will become more entrenched across our region as we head into the first week of December.  Early indications point to a rather chilly December across most of the East Coast.  Those same forecasts show a milder winter after the first of the year.  We'll see if those forecast come to pass.  For now, get ready for a taste of winter between the beginning of December and Christmas.

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  • by brandon Location: enc on Nov 27, 2010 at 02:02 PM
    December is looking very cold. Our first true arctic front will come through next Sunday with an alberta clipper. In fact, the models are hinting at some wintry precip but its still far out just like a system passing to our south between the 7th and 10th while arctic air is in place. As NAO and AO tank and the PDA skyrockets, December will feature cold weather with little warm periods. Also, we will have to watch for storms offshore and clippers flaring up when they get offshore like our snow in 2008-2009. December is going to be interesting!
  • by Alex Location: ENC on Nov 25, 2010 at 08:11 AM
    Brandon, what do you think about the December forecasts

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