[su_note note_color=”#d9f2da”]Friday Update 7:30AM: Earlier Forecast Outlook is on track.
Saturday will have considerable high and high middle level cloudiness. Some sunny breaks possible, especially during the early morning and later at times during the early afternoon. Clouds thicken late afternoon. Showers possible north and west of Philadelphia during the evening. High 68.
Sunday: Rain, starting early morning, ending mid to late afternoon. Rain may be heavy. Mild. High 71 [/su_note]
from earlier in the week:
I was tempted to post the weekend outlook earlier this week and I’m glad I didn’t. The GFS weekend forecast has changed since yesterday.
Low pressure moving up from the south was expected to approach on Saturday. The latest GFS has slowed the approach of this system down to late Saturday— while the Canadian CMC and the European ECMWF hold the rain off until Sunday.
(When the GFS model was updated this past June to what was previously called the FV3-GFS in development, there were known biases in the new model which allowed some systems move up from the south too fast.
The GFS is being updated on Nov 7th; it’s not clear whether this bias has been fixed.)
Currently, Saturday looks to be a decent day, with clouds moving in during the afternoon. High 64. Some showers possible Saturday late afternoon and evening.
Sunday looks to be rainy, especially by early afternoon. High 67.
There is still some uncertainty with this outlook; the large spread in forecast high temps for Sunday from the EKDMOS captures the uncertainty:
[su_note note_color=”#d9f2da”]A week ago, I spoke of very cold weather arriving around Halloween. The models still show this. Expect a winter-like cold to affect us around the end of this month. [/su_note]