We continue to track the cold air for the middle of November. The problem, is it’s not going anywhere anytime soon. We’ve been chilly today due to cold air and cloud coverage sitting pretty thick around the region. A cold front is responsible for it, and the rain that’s been mostly light or misty. Temperatures started cold, around freezing, and the best we’ll accomplish is the upper 40s today.
Rain will continue overnight as the front pushes southeast. Better chances for light to moderate showers will be present during that time. Once we arrive into Wednesday morning, the cold air will begin to as well. As the front passes, the air behind it start to drop temperatures down to near-freezing. This will allow some of the leftover, back-end moisture to transition over to a wintry mix or snow. These wintry showers will be light and accumulation will be scarce. In fact, the only places you may notice the snow collecting is on the grass and cars, melting quickly after. Temperatures will be too warm, especially on roadways to see any stick. Still, allow extra time to get places Tuesday morning as it will be slippery regardless. Clouds will begin to disappear Tuesday afternoon as higher pressure builds in.