Weather from NBC Storm Team 4 — Updated 3:58 a.m. Nov. 25, 2015
The next few days will be the nicest of the Thanksgiving holiday period. Sunshine will be plentiful both Wednesday and on Thanksgiving Day. Afternoon highs will reach the upper 50s Wednesday, and the low 60s Thursday.
A large storm in the West will disrupt travel for flyers headed west of the Mississippi River. That storm will keep the Mid-Atlantic quite mild on Friday under increasing clouds. We will start to feel the impacts on Saturday as rain chances come back into the area. Those rain chances will continue into Sunday and potentially slow travel from D.C. north into New York and New England.
WEDNESDAY: Sunny and nice. HIGHS: 53-59
WEDNESDAY NIGHT: Clear skies, seasonably cold. LOWS: 34-40
THURSDAY: Sunny and nice, warmer. HIGHS: 58-63
(Average High 54; Average Low 38)
If you’re traveling in the area on Wednesday, you’ll have sunshine and dry weather on your side. Temperatures will stay seasonable, with highs in the mid-50s.
This year, the getaway traffic will be at its worst between 3 p.m. and 7 p.m., says WTOP Director of Traffic and Weather Jim Battagliese. Tack on that traffic flow data suggests that the Tuesday before Thanksgiving has some of the longest traffic delays, and travelers could be in for some headaches.
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