Evening Forecast Wednesday, November 27th, 2013

A cold Thanksgiving is coming our way.
Updated: Wednesday Evening, November 27th, 2013
Reported by: Chief Meteorologist Joe Murgo

The storm that brought a major icing to places pulled away from the region today. In its wake it became windy and cold with a good deal of clouds along with scattered flurries and snow showers. Tonight will remain windy and cold with numerous flurries and snow showers. Most locations will have a coating to an inch or two accumulation, but some of the higher elevations west of I-99 will pick up a few inches of new snow. Do use caution in driving as temperatures will be dropping into the teens, and what does fall will make for some slippery travel in places. And since it will be variable with bands of snow, conditions will vary greatly from location to location. Thanksgiving Day will be windy and cold with variable cloudiness and some leftover flurries and snow showers. Temperatures will not rise higher than the 20s. Temperatures will drop into the teens Thursday night and will be quite cold with lows in the teens which means shoppers heading out early should bundle up. Friday will still be chilly with clouds, some sunshine but also the chance for a couple of flurries. Saturday and Sunday will feature a mix of clouds and sunshine. There may be a flurry in a few spots, especially on Sunday. There will be a better chance for a shower or flurry on Monday and then a couple of flurries on Tuesday then milder air will return for the middle of next week.
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