With area of low clouds moving in on heels of warmer later tonight, some light patchy freezing drizzle is possible tomorrow morning with light fog. It does not look widespread or significant, but there may be a bit around with a solid, saturated layer at 900-4,000' & temperatures reaching above freezing at around 3500-4,000'. There will be an inversion or layer of warm, stable air above this saturated layer of low clouds. Temperatures will be 28-32.
Low clouds should break for afternoon hazy sunshine with highs 42-48 with southeast wind at 13-25 mph making it feel cooler than that. Thursday night looks breezy with some high clouds & lows in the 30s. At least we will avoid the record cold in the Northeast U.S. with wind chills to -28 in places in the morning & the coldest Macy's Thanksgiving Day parade on record.
Thick high & mid clouds will overspread the area Friday with showers moving in after dusk. The bulk of the rainfall will pass overnight. Highs Friday will run in the 50-55 range with gusty south-southeast winds up to 37 mph Friday & 32 mph Friday night. An isolated rumble or two of thunder is possible with the rainfall.
Any rainfall will exit Saturday morning, followed by some clearing & highs 52-58 with decreasing wind. With 55-60 Sunday, rain & a couple storms are possible Sunday late-Sunday night. Rain may end as wind-driven snow Monday with some snow showers lingering into Tuesday.
Minor accumulations of snow are possible Monday-Tuesday at 1" or less.
Temperatures will tank through the 40s to 32 Monday & stay in the 20s Tuesday.
Winds will be howling with gusts Sunday to 40 mph from the south, 40 mph Sunday night from the southwest & 45-55 mph Monday morning from the west to northwest. Monday afternoon gusts will run 35-45 mph.
Even Tuesday, winds may gust from the west to northwest up to 30 mph.
Wednesday looks more tranquil, but cold with highs in the 20s & lows in the teens.