The end of Christmas is in sight, but it will not be as easy as you might think.
According to the National Weather Service, the first part of November will bring a warm spell with temperatures in the 40s and lows in the low 20s.
For some, it may even be the hottest day of the year in decades.
The National Weather and Climate Center (NWCC) predicts the next few days will bring much warmer temperatures.
The hottest day for the next week will be Tuesday, Nov. 17, at 1:35 a.m.
Eastern Standard Time.
It will be followed by a low in the mid-30s.
Then the temperature will dip to about the 40th percentile of the range, at the midpoint between the hottest and the coldest.
According to the weather service, it is likely that the weather pattern over the next two days will be very similar to last week.
The forecast for Monday and Tuesday will be more like this: This week’s temperatures will be in the range of 50 to 60 degrees and will be mostly sunny.
This will mean that most of the snow and ice will be gone.
On Wednesday, Nov, 18, temperatures will increase to the 50s.
It should be the cooler part of the day and cooler temperatures are expected throughout the week.
Finally, Thursday, Nov., 19, will see temperatures at the 30s.
The temperature will be close to the 40 percent range.
It is forecast to be the warmest of the week, at about the 50 percent range of temperatures.