In much of the southern and eastern Mid-Atlantic and the coastal sections of the Northeast US, rain is likely from Tuesday into Wednesday and some of the rain can be heavy at times which has been a rarity in recent weeks. However, in the interior, higher elevation sections of the northern Mid-Atlantic and Northeast US, there may be enough cold air for some accumulating snow to fall from later Tuesday into Wednesday.
In the cold sector of the Great Lakes (primary) low pressure system, winds may howl out of the W-NW by the middle of next week and lake-effect snow bands could become very numerous just downstream of the still relatively warm waters of the lakes – potentially resulting in copious amounts of snowfall in some locations. By the time we get to Thanksgiving Day, the strong storm system(s) are likely to have moved into southern Canada and the widespread and impressive cold air outbreak will likely have reached all the way to the eastern seaboard – all making for a cold Turkey Day across much of the nation.
Meteorologist Paul Dorian
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