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November forecasts - 11.07.07

November forecasts for fall 2007.

Weekly Predictions for November 2007



week 1 A shift in the influence of the lunar node should deepen the storm track into Colorado, the Gulf Coast and into the Ohio Valley.

West Coast- Clear / mild N and central coast; weak offshore low to S

Mountain/High Plains- Cool / early fronts from PNW to Colorado ; then clear

Mid-Continent �" Cool / weak to moderate fronts into Gulf Coast, midweek

East Coast- Clear SE; weak fronts late, mid Atlantic coast, possibly into NE



week 2 A shift in the jet stream in the PNW should bring the storm track into the Great Basin. Moderate fronts from Denver into the Ohio Valley should dominate the week.

West Coast- Colder / moderate fronts PNW / possibly N CA; dry to S

Mountain/High Plains- Colder, moderate snows Idaho to Denver / dry N Plains

Mid-Continent- Colder / moderate fronts Denver to Ohio Valley

East Coast- Colder / moderate fronts mid Atlantic coast and N



week 3 The deep continental track should change into shallow, rapid fronts moving across the country bringing bluster but not much rain except for the southeast.

West Coast- Jet to N, mild PNW; dry / warm to S

Mountain/High Plains- Cold N Mts. rapid fronts into N High Plains, light snow

Mid-Continent �" Rapid, weak fronts N tier; lake snows Gt. Lakes

East Coast- Fronts / moderate rains Mid Atlantic coast; cool NE



week 4- A surge of high-pressure over the west should drive the jet up into Canada bringing cold into the Midwest with a nor�(tm)easter track for the East Coast.

West Coast- Mild / dry N and S early; fronts to S, late

Mountain/High Plains- Mild / dry N and S

Mid-Continent- Cold from N into S, ice / rains Gulf Coast

East Coast- Strong nor�(tm)easter 24 to 27, rain mid Atlantic coast, snow N