If the National Weather Service is right this week will not be the time to enjoy much warm or dry weather right through the Thanksgiving holiday.
Tuesday morning will bring a 30 percent chance of rain, with the high for the day figure to be near 47 degrees. The chance of rain increases to 90 percent on Tuesday night with a low around 40 expected as an expected nor'easter begins to impact the area.
The storm could bring two to three inches of rain over the next 72 hours. With heavy travel expected on area roadways during the week, police are urging motorists to exercise caution.
For people travelling on Wednesday, it looks to be a rainy day with a high near 47 before a low of 27 on Wednesday night. Whether you are heading to the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade in the city or to your local turkey day football battle, you better dress warm with a high of just 38 degrees expected for the day.
In the wake of the storm on Wednesday night and Thanksgiving day, heavy wind with gusts up to 40 mph is possible.
Thursday is expected to be a mostly sunny day before a partly cloudy night with a low of around 22 degrees. Friday looks to be much the same with a high of just 38 again and a low of 23.