(Before Thanksgiving? Probably not. First week of December? Most likely.)
For those of you experiencing intermittent display of the links, text and graphics, this is the super basic version you can use to mark your calendars:
Storm #2 indicators: As many of you have already gleaned this snippet from earlier posts, let's get right to the point. If current trends continue, (10 day duration of below-normal temps, the Greenland block, neutral or slightly negative NAO, among other factors) I expect a significant region-wide season-opening multi-precip type storm in the period December 1 - 5. Too early to say if this will be all snow, but I would suspect most of the Mid-Atlantic will see a variety of snow, sleet and possibly even freezing rain depending on surface temperatures when the storm takes shape.