Last week’s report showed some nice bucks taken on the second and third during perigee and moon equator crossing. This week includes the date Nov. 11th, which is the number one day all-time according to Pope and Young records.
Here’s your regions:
NE – High pressure and above normal temperatures will hamper activity in some areas. A slow moving low approaches by the weekend with falling pressure by Sunday making Saturday a good bet. Best days – Nov. 12th and 13th.
SE – Near normal temperatures and high pressure dominate. The exceptions are a spike on the 11th and dropping to a low on Sunday. Best days – Nov. 11th and 13th.
SC – Slow rising pressure starting Wednesday will peak around the 12th or 13th. Cooling temperatures in some areas will increase daytime activity. Best days – Nov. 9th, 12th and 13th.
MW – A major low pressure of 996 will settle over much of the region on Tuesday and into Wednesday. Much cooler temperatures will magnify the rut. A window between fronts should be great. Best days Nov. 11th and 12th.
NW – A pacific low on Monday will head west (998) and pressure will slowly rise and culminate on Friday (1032) before dropping. Cooler temps with snow in areas will kick start this area. Best days – Nov. 9th and 12th.
SW – Low pressure and cooler temps will also help the SW culminating with a peak (1030) on Saturday. Look for Colorado and parts of New Mexico to be well below normal and active. Best days – Nov. 12th and 13th.
Moon – The evenings of the 10th, 11th and 12th are rated good according to the records and are the best for the week. Make sure you’re in stand three before sunset on these days. Solar activity is quiet but will become active starting next week.
Look for areas with cooling temperatures to become more active. Watch the windows between fronts and get out, especially knowing that this week encompasses the best four days all time in the records (Nov. 8th – 11th) for more site specific forecasting visit OL Weather. Good Luck!