Nov 16, 2015

Surge of Warmth to Eradicate Fall's Chill in Northeast, Great Lakes

United States
by
Alex Sosnowski
,
AccuWeather

Warmth more typical of early October will return to the Eastern United States during the third week of November 2015. According to AccuWeather Long-Range Meteorologist Ben Noll, "Another spell of above-average warmth is heading for the mid-Atlantic and Northeast." Temperatures during the first 10 days of November averaged 5 to 10 degrees Fahrenheit above normal in much of the Central and Eastern states. During Nov. 5-7 alone, there were nearly 600 record highs tied or broken east of the Rockies. "While record warmth is generally not expected, temperatures will be 5 to 15 degrees above normal for several days," said Noll.