Overall, we’re looking at a nice weekend for the Northeast U.S., although some lake-effect snow is possible Saturday afternoon into Saturday night.


Saturday will be the warmer day this weekend with temperatures near-average to slightly above average. Highs will be in the mid 40’s near the Great Lakes, in the 50’s for the remaining majority of the region, and possibly close to 60 degrees along the Northeast coast. Most of the region can expect sunshine and a few clouds. Winds will gust up to 20 mph. A few lake-effect snow showers are possible late near Lakes Erie and Ontario. It will become a bit more prevalent overnight, and up to three inches of snowfall is possible in localized areas. Based on the set up, a big lake-effect snow event is very unlikely.

NAM Future Radar for 1AM Sunday


Sunday to me seems like the nicer half of the weekend. The weather across the region will be quieter because it will be sunny. There is a catch, however. It will be windier with gusts up to 35 mph, and it will be cold with temperatures up to ten degrees below average into the 30’s and 40’s for most areas. In the Mid-Atlantic, it will be a touch milder with highs in the 50’s.

NWS Forecast Highs Sunday

Have a great final weekend of November!


Jackson is COO and Head of Content and Strategy of WeatherOptics. He also designed his own website and created the local company, Jackson's Weather. He has been forecasting the weather for southwestern Connecticut since March of 2015. He is currently a senior in high school and will major in Meteorology and Broadcast Journalism at the University of Miami in Fall 2018.

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