Winter Weather Advisories as November Ends, Milder Weather Coming


A winter-like end to November but milder weather and prolonged warmth is coming. The Atlantic hurricane season officially ends, snow and winter alerts in parts of the North and Northeast, flood watches in the Northwest.

Winter weather advisories, snow in parts of the North, Northeast 

Mixed precipitation will span the northern tier from the Dakotas to New York and snow around the Great Lakes and in the Northeast, according to the latest forecast by the National Weather Service(NWS).

Snow is forecast over central and northern Wisconsin into northern Michigan. To the east, there is snow in northeastern Pennsylvania into central and eastern New York, northwestern Massachusetts, Vermont, central and northern New Hampshire, and western and northern Maine.

NWS alerts

The NWS has issued a winter weather advisory for western and north-central New York on Tuesday.

Flash flood watches in the Northwest

Rounds of heavy rain are forecast along with warmer and humid air, driven by breezy conditions that will lead to snowmelt across portions of the Northwest, CNN reported.

The National Weather Service (NWS) has issued flash flood watches over a vast area of northwestern Washington for Tuesday.

Parts of the Northwest have had the wettest autumn on record, Fox reports.

Winter like-end to November, milder weather, prolonged warmth coming, 

Fox reports that there are mild conditions along the southern corridor of the US on Tuesday, stretching from the West to the East. Warm air will be moving into much of the country this week with 5-10 degrees above average for parts of the West and Southwest and 10-20 degrees above average for the northern plains and 5-10 degrees above average for parts of the mid-Atlantic and Northeast.

2021 Atlantic hurricane season officially ends

November 30 marks the official end to the Atlantic hurricane season. The 2021 season was the sixth consecutive in a row with above-average activity. It was also the third season ever to exhaust the regular list of 21 names, with 21 named storms, seven of which became hurricanes, and 4 of those became major hurricanes (Category 3 or higher). It was also the seventh consecutive season in which a named storm formed prior to June 1, to the official start of the season, Brian McNoldy, a Senior Research Associate at University of Miami’s Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science, reports.

By comparison, a normal season has 14 named storms, 7 hurricanes, with three of those major. The Palm Beach Post reported that eight storms breached US shores in 2021, above the 3-4 average, while Florida saw three storms make landfall.