***Slick spots on area roads today***
***Winter Weather Advisories for much of the area today***
A major storm system will affect the area today and Wednesday with snow, sleet and heavy rain.
We are seeing a bit of snow and flurries already this morning in parts of the area.
Snow and sleet will affect the region this afternoon which can drop a coating to an inch in some areas which can lead to slick spots on area roads.
Snow and sleet this afternoon will change to plain rain late this afternoon and this evening as warmer air makes its way into the region.
A general 1 1/2 to 3 inches of rain is expected with this storm system through Wednesday night. Some flooding is likely late tonight and Wednesday.
Also, the wind will be a factor on Wednesday with gusts as high as 35 mph.
The rain could end as a brief period of snow Wednesday afternoon and evening as some colder air moves into the region.
Also, there can be slick roads Wednesday night as the temperature drops below freezing.
High temperatures today will reach the upper 30s and highs on Wednesday will hit the upper 40s.
Thanksgiving Day will feature partly sunny skies and windy conditions. High temperatures will hold in the middle 30s.
Today: Bit of snow/flurries AM; snow/sleet PM (C-1"). High: 38
Tonight: Wintry mix changing to rain quickly; some rain heavy. Low: 34
Wednesday: Windy with periods of rain, heavy at times. Rain could end as a bit of snow late PM/evening. High: 49 Low: 26
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