Rain storm to leave Northeast but next one could bring snow and ice to a large inland area
By Elliot Abrams, AccuWeather chief meteorologist
11/13/2018, 9:20:17 AM
The surface analysis shows a low pressure area off the mid-Atlantic coast and a large high-pressure area in the middle of the country. The high-pressure area will move to New England by Thursday as a new storm develops in the Southern states. That storm will come up the East Coast between Thursday and Friday, causing snow and ice changing to rain in the I-95 corridor but mainly snow and ice farther inland.
Looking ahead to Thanksgiving week, there are signs there'll be at least several dry days to help travelers in the Northeast.
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