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For Thursday, October 22nd:

Thursday's Weather: It will be mostly comfortable over much of the country today with plenty of upper 50s to 80s. However, a fresh weather system tracking through southern Canada will provide a quick blast of cooler temperatures across the Midwest and Northeast through Friday. A weather system over the interior West and into Texas will bring showers and cooling, although far from cold.

Thursday’s Weather: It will be mostly comfortable over much of the country today with plenty of upper 50s to 80s. However, a fresh weather system tracking through southern Canada will provide a quick blast of showers and cooler temperatures across the Midwest and Northeast through Friday. A weather system over the interior West and into Texas will bring showers and cooling, although far from cold.

 

8-15 Day Outlook: (October 20th – October 27th): Weather systems and associated cold blasts out of Canada will sweep into the northern and central US at times with areas of showers and near or slightly cooler than normal temperatures. However, there’s likely to be some warming as well in between systems where it will be relatively mild. This will average out to near normal temperatures over the central US and Midwest. The western, southern, and eastern US will also have weather systems bring showers, although, they will be relatively mild systems, resulting in slightly warmer than normal overall temperatures.

8-15 Day Outlook (October 29th – November 4th): Weather systems will sweep across the US at times with areas of showers and near or slightly cooler than normal temperatures. However, there’s likely to be some warming in between systems as well, which will average out overall temperatures to near or warmer than normal for much of the country. Although, we need to watch for colder temperatures in November closely.

 

Today's EIA weekly storage report will be factoring warmer than normal temperatures. This led to stronger than normal cooling demand over the soutehrn US including CA and TX. It was howerv warm over the northern US until the end of the period, resulting in lighter than normal heating demand.

Today’s EIA weekly storage report will be factoring warmer than normal temperatures. This led to stronger than normal cooling demand over the southern US including CA and TX. It was hower warm over the northern US until the end of the period, resulting in lighter than normal heating demand.

 

Highs this weekennd will be mostly warmer than normal, especially overnight lows. The image shows morning lows anomalies for Saturday morning. Mild temperatures will lead to lighter than normal demand the next several days.

Highs this weekend will be mostly warmer than normal, especially overnight lows. The image shows morning low anomalies for Saturday morning.

 

 

The next decent chance at subfreezing temperatures will come next week as a weather system over southern Canada provides a glancing blow of temperatures into the Midwest and Northeast.

The next decent chance at subfreezing temperatures will come next week as a weather system over southern Canada provides a glancing blow of temperatures into the Midwest and Northeast.

 

 

The weather pattern to start November is likely to be fairly mild over much of the country, at least the first few days. However, we need to be careful weather systems over the northern US could tap some fairly cold Canadian air. This is the focus before the weekend close.

The weather pattern to start November is likely to be fairly mild over much of the country, at least the first few days. However, we need to be careful weather systems over the northern US could tap some fairly cold Canadian air. This is the focus before the weekend close.