Do not be so hasty putting away that jacket if you live in the Northeast.
Brisk winds combined with cool temperatures will make it feel rather chilly across the region on Tuesday.
This will be a drastic change from Monday when many locations experienced temperatures that were well above average for this part of November. Many locations will be 15-20 degrees colder compared to Monday.
High temperatures along the I-95 corridor on Tuesday, for example, will be in the middle 40s to low 50s, compared to the middle to upper 60s achieved on Monday.
When winds and cloud cover are factored in, it will feel colder than the actual air temperature.
AccuWeather.com RealFeel® temperatures during the warmest part of the day in Boston, New York City and Philadelphia will only be in the middle 30s to low 40s.
In Baltimore and Washington, D.C., they will only be slightly warmer, generally in the middle 40s.
Areas west and north of the major metropolitan areas will experience even chillier temperatures.
Highs in many locations from Maine to western New York state will not get out of the 30s and AccuWeather.com RealFeel® temperatures will not get out of the 20s.
It will not be as windy on Tuesday compared to Monday from New York City to Washington, D.C., with occasional wind gusts around 25 mph.
Winds will remain rather strong in parts of New England, however, with gusts at times to 35 mph.
A train of storms will continue to deliver rain to the Pacific Northwest with one particular storm this weekend likely to be the strongest of the bunch.
A major storm centered on Christmas Eve will affect the Midwest and East with strong winds, areas of heavy snow, wind-swept rain and thunderstorms.
With many winter storms lined up, snow will create a wintry setting for Christmas in some areas.
Several fast-moving storm systems will bring unsettled weather to the British Isles and northern Europe this week.
Residents of Seattle and western Washington will want to keep rain gear handy as wet weather continues to move through the region.
A potent cold front will bring much cooler air and a flood threat to parts of South America this weekend.
Arctic outbreak drops low to between 5-15 below zero, setting many records.
Philadelphia, PA (1992)
60 degrees - tied record set in 1928. Only time in 1992 that the city broke or tied a record high.
Beaumont, TX (1995)
8.88" of rain.