November 24, 2011
Temperatures will be cooling down in the East Saturday and Sunday with the passing of a cold front. Temperatures could even drop to near the freezing mark in the places like Atlanta, Georgia. As the cold front passes, it may bring thunderstorms to the Southern states, and at times heavy rain to other regions. Snow is unlikely in United States, but a few flurries may occur around the great lakes as the front passes. North-eastern Ontario may receive more snow.
Temperatures will rise soon after the front passes. However, more cold air is expected to arrive by mid-week, but not as far South. Midwest, Wisconsin, and West to Central Ontario will receive more snow.
There is a possibility of a Nor'easter to develop in early December, but current data are not enough to confirm any forecasts.