As we have over the last week or longer, weather models have and continue to have a difficult time dealing with the developing North Atlantic blocking. To review, a block is higher than normal pressures or in this case strong high pressure aloft in the North Atlantic region which displaces the jet stream far to the south of its normal position. It also impacts the normal west to east flow of air masses and locks the Eastern US at least in an valley of below average temperatures and at time much below average temperatures. Weather models long range have been going back and forth and at times in opposite directions regarding the position and strength of the block which has led to all sorts of bizarre solutions regarding the weather going forward. What we are sure of is that next week it will be dry and except for Tuesday which will be mild, most days will be below average for this time of year. It won't be anything crazy below average at least through Friday.
i am getting a bit more interested in what the models are putting out for next weekend. Both models show a strong blocking high over Greenland...READ MORE AT http://www.meteorologistjoecioffi.com/index.php/2017/11/17/weather-models-long-range-blocking-issues/