Wednesday just looks rainy and cold: temperatures in the 40s all day with a north breeze making it feel like the 30s. However, the Met Office has warned thermometers are expected to take a significant plunge as cold air from Russian Federation hits the UK. Occasionally heavy snow falls through the morning before transitioning into a mix of sleet, snow, freezing rain and rain throughout the afternoon.
Mr Deaking said: "By the time we get to the weekend, again, a subtle shift in the wind".
Friday will be mostly dry, cloudy and misty with a few sunny spells possible along with drizzle and gentle winds. Highs Monday with increasing clouds only top out in the upper-30s and lower-40s.
Tuesday night - Partly cloudy, with a low around 22. By Friday, we should be back up in the lower 60s.
Tomorrow: Mostly Cloudy, Isolated Showers (20%).
As a cold front approaches us, cloud cover has increased while temperatures stay chilly throughout the day.
The forecast read: "Showers may affect eastern and some central areas and these could turn wintry over hills". Tuesday, winds will shift to the north, bring in colder air.
"Another weak weather system may bring rain and mountain snow Thursday night into Friday", officials said.
Looking a fortnight ahead, the Met Office forecast for November 27 to December 11 says: 'Temperatures are likely to be below average overall, with a marked increase in the likelihood and extent of frosts'. Rain takes over heading into the overnight time frame and will melt any snow accumulations on the ground for the most part.
If models predicting colder temperatures Thursday morning prove to be prescient, "Some areas could see a quick thump of snow with several inches, even along I-95", forecasters wrote.
WEDNESDAY: Mostly cloudy with 30% showers possible.