Rain Through Tuesday, Then Dry, Then Possible T-Giving Nor'Easter

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By Erika Martin on November 12, 2012, 7:13pm Last modified: November 13, 2012, 6:34am

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Showers begin to move in, but temperatures remain warm. Patchy fog also holds through the overnight, into the early morning hours. Temperatures barely make it into the mid-to-upper 40's tomorrow, and most of the week will trend cooler, but once the rain passes tomorrow (by about 9PM-10PM)  the week looks great! Sunny to mostly sunny Wednesday through the end of the week, and not really seeing any spot showers even...

BUT my focus is all about our Thanksgiving travels...With that said, as of right now, with the models I've been looking at--plan as though you may have a messy commute. It looks as though we may get a storm late Tuesday into Wednesday. Of course as always, models change and the storm may not head up the coastline, or it may be mostly rain. However, I am giving you all the advice I've been giving my friends and family, have a Plan B for your travels, until we have more models and information.

 

-Erika

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