We still have a storm coming Saturday night and Sunday, but this one is going to be very different, dare I say spring-like.
Several storms appear to be in the pipeline in the days and weeks ahead.
It won’t be a major storm, it isn’t a nor’easter, but just enough to make for tricky travel and a bit of a mess on Saturday night.
So, what’s the deal? Where’s the snow?
The heaviest precipitation will come between 4 and 10 p.m.
The major hubs all along the East Coast will be severely impacted by this untimely coastal storm.
Heavy snow and bad timing will create a Thanksgiving travel headache.
Confidence is growing that a significant coastal storm is going to ride up the east coast on the busiest travel day of the year, likely causing major travel disruption.
During the next 24-to-48 hours we are in for a whole lot of rain with a side dish of strong northeast winds.
A 20-mile backup on Route 128 on Thursday gave us a possible preview of the traffic to come this winter.