Looking ahead to next week, Thanksgiving week is shaping up to be a cold one with below average temperatures beginning on Sunday and probably lasting all of next week. Blocking is developing in the North Atlantic that models have advertised quite well for the last week or more. Everything from that matter seems on course once we get through this week which will be on the whole a little below average temperature wise with a slight chance for showers Thursday and a better chance for showers on Saturday as a strong cold front moves through. It is behind that front that cold air begins to arrive on Sunday and then locks in.
While the cold air part of the equation is in place remember that this is still November and average high temperatures next week are still around or just above 50 degrees so 10 degrees below normal takes it only down into the lower 40s for daytime highs. This makes the question of snow a matter of how perfect everything has to be in order for it to occur especially along the coast. It is a difficult proposition but not necessarily an impossible one....READ MORE AT http://www.meteorologistjoecioffi.com/index.php/2017/11/13/thanksgiving-week-weather-looks-cold-blocky/