Cold eases somewhat; stormy late Tuesday through Wednesday

    While still chilly, it’s not as bitterly cold as yesterday, and with a light wind, the wind chill isn’t as much of a factor.

    The southwest flow will warm us back to the 40s tomorrow and 50s on Wednesday. So while we’re looking at heavy rain for most (freezing rain far northwest is possible tomorrow night) late Tuesday into Wednesday, it will still “greatly hamper getaway travel,” according to the National Weather Service’s latest Hazardous Weather Outlook. We could see two to three inches of rain, according to the National Weather Service.

    Heavy rain and winds will likely cause delays along most of the Eastern Seaboard near the ocean, and anyone traveling north and west should beware of treacherous driving conditions (inland snow).

    Cold, dry, and windy for Thanksgiving and Black Friday. 

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