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Here Are Areas Where Snow Is Possible From Potential Pre-Thanksgiving Nor'easter

A look at areas (in light blue) where AccuWeather says snow is likely from the early week storm. Snow is possible in the areas marked in darker blue. A look at areas (in light blue) where AccuWeather says snow is likely from the early week storm. Snow is possible in the areas marked in darker blue.
A look at areas (in light blue) where AccuWeather says snow is likely from the early week storm. Snow is possible in the areas marked in darker blue. Photo Credit: AccuWeather
Strong gusty winds of 30 to 40 miles per hour are in store for most of the region on Tuesday, Nov. 23, with some areas seeing even more powerful gusts. Strong gusty winds of 30 to 40 miles per hour are in store for most of the region on Tuesday, Nov. 23, with some areas seeing even more powerful gusts.
Strong gusty winds of 30 to 40 miles per hour are in store for most of the region on Tuesday, Nov. 23, with some areas seeing even more powerful gusts. Photo Credit: AccuWeather
A look at areas expected to be in the eye of the storm on Monday, Nov. 22 through Wednesday, Nov. 24. A look at areas expected to be in the eye of the storm on Monday, Nov. 22 through Wednesday, Nov. 24.
A look at areas expected to be in the eye of the storm on Monday, Nov. 22 through Wednesday, Nov. 24. Photo Credit: AccuWeather

A potential Nor'easter could cause disruptions and delays for Thanksgiving traveling.

The storm is expected to arrive early Monday morning, Nov. 22.

Some parts of the region are expected to see snowfall from the system, according to AccuWeather. (See first image above.)

Strong gusty winds of 30 to 40 miles per hour are in store for most of the region on Tuesday, Nov. 23, with some areas seeing even more powerful gusts. (See the second image above.)

Friday, Nov. 19 will be partly cloudy with the daytime high expected to be only in the mid 40s.

"A cold front is expected to trigger showers later on Thursday, Thursday night, and Friday morning before the roller coaster makes a drastic dip once again," AccuWeather Senior Meteorologist Carl Babinski said.

The dip in temperatures to end the week will be triggered by a new round of rain and showers overnight Thursday into Friday.

After showers taper off before daybreak Friday, skies will become sunny with a high temperature in the mid 40s.

Saturday, Nov. 20 will be mostly cloudy with a high in the mid 40s.

Temperatures will climb a bt on Sunday, Nov. 21 as the storm system approaches, with a high in the mid 50s under mostly cloudy skies.

The storm currently is expected to arrive sometime overnight Sunday into Monday morning.

This continues to be a developing story. Check back to Daily Voice for updates.

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