Good Tuesday Morning….

Travel weather in southern New England and across much of the nation looks good now through Thanksgiving. No major storms are expected, with the next chance of precipitation arriving Friday PM with rain showers. Saturday looks like the “pick day” this weekend, then increasing rain and wind by Sunday.

Hour by Hour // A look at the next hours’ conditions »

Strong wind gusts during the pre-dawn hours will be limited to the Cape and Islands, where a WIND ADVISORY in effect until 5AM Tuesday. A few gusts could reach 40-50mph in these areas.

Not As Cold, Less Windy Today

Temperatures will moderate Today and Wednesday afternoon with more seasonable late-November highs in the upper 40s to low 50s. Less wind Today will make it feel more comfortable

Ocen, Bay Beach // A look at the conditions by the coast »



A vast majority of the country looks dry and storm-free There will be some scattered thunderstorms in central and south Florida


Once again most of the country looks dry. Some light snow from Montana, Wyoming and Colorado. Only isolated showers in Florida


The only travel trouble area is across the Deep South from, eastern Texas, Arkansas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama, and eastern Tennessee. Heavy showers and thunderstorms are expected. Major airport hubs that may have weather-related travel delays include Dallas/Ft Worth, Memphis, Jackson MS, and Birmingham AL

Locally, looking ahead to Thanksgiving day–dry skies, mostly sunny, and slightly cooler-than-normal temperatures are expected.

Ocen, Bay Beach // A look at the conditions by the coast »

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