The last week of November and first few days of December look warm from the upper Midwest west to the Pacific coast; near normal over most of the east except for the SE - mainly Florida, where it will be cooler than normal (but no risk to OJ yet).
This week starts out with a fairly quiet pattern except for the Pac NW where a strong storm is running into the coast and the SE where a developing low just off Hatteras continues to slowly deepen bringing strong winds to the SE seaboard from S Carolina to Virginia. Models keep the Atlantic coastal storm offshore through the week keeping the eastern seaboard under the influence of high pressure with temperatures near to a bit above normal. It should be generally quiet and rather mild through the Plains, Midwest and south-central States through the week, although by early Thursday a storm will move east out of the northern Rockies, driving cold air east of the Rockies as far south as southern OK on Friday and into the NE down as far south as Atlanta by Sunday morning. Most of the SW will stay warm and dry through the week. The most active conditions will remain over the NW where a series of land-falling fronts will keep the coast wet and cool and build snow pack in the northern Sierra and Cascades until Friday when the storm track will move a little N and give the area a break.
NG withdraws should be reported near normal on November 24th, around 18 bcf.