A Thanksgiving Eve storm system will bring rain and wind along with possible headaches for holiday travelers.
The time frame for the storm is Tuesday night, Nov. 21 into Wednesday afternoon, Nov. 22, according to the National Weather Service.
Earlier projections had the storm lingering into Wednesday evening, but it's now expected to push off the coast Wednesday afternoon.
"Expect some flooding of poor drainage areas as well as ponding of water on streets and highways," AccuWeather Senior Meteorologist David Dombek said. "This would have an impact on travel even in a normal situation, but with pre-holiday travel volume picking up on Tuesday and Tuesday night, this will certainly have an even greater impact."
It will be brisk and blustery on Monday, Nov. 20 with mostly sunny skies and a high temperature in the low 40s.
The Thanksgiving Eve storm system will arrive Tuesday night with rainfall becoming widespread before winding down from west to east starting around noontime Wednesday. There could be scattered showers in spots in the afternoon and evening.
All told, about an inch of rainfall is expected from the storm.
Thanksgiving Day on Thursday, Nov. 23 will be sunny and cold with a high temperature in the upper 30s to around 40 degrees.
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