Possible Long line of NOR-EASTERS headed to the east coast after Thanksgiving. ( Pattern Change )
Beginning around or just beyond the Thanksgiving weekend and continuing into December, it seems much of the U.S. will enter into a pattern more typical for the time of year, ending the string of sunny days for many locations (some areas will tally 10 to 14 days of sunshine before the pattern ends).
The storm track, which moved west to east over central and southern Canada during week three of November and will continue through week four, will nose southward to the northern third of the United States beginning late in the month.
The result is likely to yield more significant waves of cold air and storms with more wintry precipitation in northern areas. At least a few episodes of clouds, showers and perhaps thunderstorms will affect some southern areas.