Meteorologists have released a more detailed forecast of storm systems heading towards the east coast in the days leading up to Thanksgiving (scroll down to see where snow is possible).
Monday will be cloudy and – if there is rainfall – it will likely rain in New Jersey, according to the National Weather Service. Strong winds are expected with the coldest air of the season entering the area in the evening, AccuWeather reports.
Temperatures can drop as low as 20 degrees, AccuWeather chief meteorologist Jon Porter noted. Actual temperatures will be in the low 30s, he said.
Due to the cold conditions, several inches of snow are possible in southern and central Pennsylvania, as well as northeastern New York, Vermont and New Hampshire later Tuesday and Wednesday, AccuWeather predicts.
However, the exact amount of snow depends on how a second storm system and how close to the coast it will form and follow, Porter says.
Tuesday will be mostly sunny with highs in the 1940s, with strong winds and torrential rain likely along the coasts, according to AccuWeather.com.
New Jersey will be blistered and chilly in the days leading up to Thanksgiving, with a warm-up to your 50s expected on Thanksgiving Day.
Air passengers could experience the brunt of the travel disruption due to expected high winds.
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