3 Rounds of Cold Air to Hit the U.S! / U.K Weather Update/ The Sun Is Quiet

3 Rounds of Cold Air to Hit the U.S! / U.K Weather Update/ The Sun Is Quiet

3 Rounds of Cold Air to Hit the U.S.!

Three more rounds of cold air will leave residents of the central and eastern United States shivering in the first half of November.

Cold temperatures have swept eastward behind a cold front to start the month, and the upper-level weather pattern will be favorable for additional blasts of cold air to infiltrate the U.S. into mid-November.

This upper-level pattern has brought a southward plunge in the jet stream over portions of the central and eastern U.S., which will allow colder than average temperatures to dive southward at times through the second full week of the month.

The first round of cold air early this week will be rather modest. However, a second, stronger blast of cold air will arrive mid- to late week. The third round of cold air will arrive early next week, but the magnitude of that one is uncertain.

 

UK 5 DAY WEATHER FORECAST

Headline:

Rain or showers for many. Turning colder mid week

Today:

Heavy rain and strong winds continuing across eastern Scotland, moving into northern England later. Once fog patches clear, many places seeing showers, locally heavy particularly in the southwest, with some bright spells. Windy for a time in the far southwest.

Tonight:

Rain persisting over eastern Scotland and northeast England with showers around coasts of Wales and southern England. Some low cloud and fog forming over the Midlands and East Anglia.

Tuesday:

Cloudy and cold for the east with showers, particularly in the southeast. Drier in the west. Windy, particularly along the east coast of England but easing from the northwest later.

Outlook for Wednesday to Friday:

Cold, frosty and foggy in east at first, cloudy, windy and wet weather spreading from the west, then blustery showers. Sunshine and scattered showers, wintry in the north, on Friday.

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