Temperatures in the mid 50’s under mostly sunny skies today offer us a reprieve from two days of windy and cold weather.
We’ll see temps drop another 10 degrees tomorrow as the work week begins with partly cloudy skies with highs returning to the mid 40’s. A stray shower is possible early this morning.
The week ahead appears to offer varying amounts of cloudiness and sunshine with limited opportunities for widespread precipitation. In fact, if Salisbury receives no more rain through Tuesday we will finish off the month of November with less than one inch of total rainfall. That is a far cry from the 6.52 inches of rain recorded in November of 2020.
The month of November is also on track to finish colder than normal. As of this morning the month is averaging a full 2 degrees below normal. That would end a string of 7 consecutive months where Salisbury averaged at least 1.4 degrees above normal.
Despite the cooler than normal November weather 2021 is averaging 2.4 degrees above normal as we approach December.