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    Milder Then Colder for Northeast

    By Elliot Abrams, AccuWeather chief meteorologist
    11/06/2013, 6:59:27 AM

    Wednesday 9 a.m.

    This video explains how the weather should behave from today through the weekend.

    Today is Saxophone Day, celebrating the birth in 1814 of Adolphe Sax, who invented the instrument. Before that, I guess they didn't have a safe sax. Certainly no sax in public. In the Northeast, the woods winds will pick up today as the temperature moves upscale. Places such as Bass River, Mass., Sussax County, Del., and Oboe-ken, N.J., will have afternoon temperatures near 60. Chilly air will return tomorrow night and Friday.

    Some people harp on about not wanting it get cold, but there's no law saying you have to play in the Northeast or Great Lakes sections. Many people like this arrangement in November. It will be invigorating outside so there is no reason to B flat and you will be able to C sharp! How chilly will it get? In New York City, 51 should be the high note on Friday, and for the night we picalo of 39.

    For the weekend, from Chicago and Detroit to Philadelphia, New York City and Boston, the weather shouldn't harmony one. Our staff likes it: some sunshine and very little haze along with gusty breezes orchestrated by a low pressure area to the north and a high to the south. Temperatures and wind can be key for our comfort. So... G! Daytime temperatures will be around 50 and will not really drop off a clef at night. Of course the nice weather can't last forever. Strings of bright days usually don't fiddle around too long in November. Pretty soon we'll reach our coda. Looking at the weekend, however, football weather will be good, and fans will be hoping the defense for their team will have plenty of sacks.

    For the week after next, we cannot be sure of the weather's composure. I don't think any forecast with specific details stanza chance. Numerical models have given us several different reedings on the trend. We might eventually beat the drums about it getting colder, but maybe it's mild air that the winds can snare. I apologize for not offering specifics. If you are trying to make arrangements based on knowing exact details two weeks in advance, you have my symphonies.


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    Elliot Abrams