After Sunday’s rain and wind, we’re kicking off Thanksgiving week with much-improved weather continuing into Tuesday. Despite some rain showers Wednesday, no major storms expected now thru Saturday.
Skies stay mostly clear tonight, with late nigh lows only falling to between 35-40.
Tuesday is the pick of the week in New England. It looks mild and dry–great for those traveling. Highs in the southern New England will be well into the 50s to near 60.
A wider look at the weather across the nation on Tuesday shows a storm system moving across the central US, bringing rain to cities like Chicago and St. Louis, and snow across the Twin Cities.
NORTHEAST WEDNESDAY TRAVEL IMPACTS
Storm system will move across Great Lakes Tuesday night and the US East Coast on Wednesday. The track supports rain, so while there may be a few airport delays and slower speeds on the roads, no major travel headaches are anticipated.
WEDNESDAY EVENING 5:00PM: Scattered rain showers, breezy
Behind the frontal system, a cool and windy Thanksgiving is likely. Expect highs in the 40s with wind gusts 35-45mph…. a few gusts to 50mph are possible across the Cape/Islands.
THANKSGIVING THURSDAY: Windy. chilly but dry.
Another storm will cross the nation late in the week. This one has the potential to cause more problems for those traveling by air or ground.
We’ll have to watch it’s track, as it will move into New England late in the weekend. Right now, we’re looking at rain and/or a wintry mix in southern New England on Sunday. We’ll keep you updated.