Temperatures will be different at different levels of the atmosphere, and that parfait could make for sleet, which is melted snow that refreezes before it lands, and possibly freezing rain, which freezes on contact with cold surfaces. A very slight chance of rain and snow arrives in the afternoon. Highs Monday with increasing clouds only top out in the upper-30s and lower-40s. Low around 50. South wind around 10 miles per hour becoming north after midnight. Tuesday night, our lows will drop down into the lower 30's and upper 20's across the region.
Its UK Outlook for Tuesday, November 27 until Tuesday December 11 is: "This period is likely to begin with a continuation of the mainly dry conditions, with variable cloud and some sunshine, once morning fog patches clear".
WEDNESDAY: Morning hard freeze, then sunny and cold.
What the models do agree on tonight is the timing of the precipitation, meteorologists say, with most of the rain occurring from about 9 p.m. this evening through mid-morning Tuesday. High: 58. Wind: S 5-10 miles per hour. Highs on Tuesday will be in the lower-50s. A bit more will fall in the northeast due to lake effect part of tomorrow. Temperatures will stay pretty steady throughout the day, with winds out of the northeast around 10-15 miles per hour. North wind 6 to 8 miles per hour. Western counties will be just a tad warmer, with a few locations seeing highs in the lower 50's. Northwest wind around 5 miles per hour. Low: 40. High: 54.
SATURDAY: Mostly sunny. Low: 41.
This will allow a subtle change in wind direction and the flow will veer more towards the east with wintry showers even possible in the south-east.