The snow melt has definitely picked up the pace today and will continue to do so right through Thanksgiving Day before we pour in some much cooler air for the rest of the holiday weekend.
Highs climbed well into the 40s and 50s today and will remain steady for the rest of the night. Stiff breeze out of the south will be responsible for that and will also be the focal point for moisture to flow along it.
Some spots of drizzle or a few rain showers may be noticed overnight before the coverage picks up on Thanksgiving Day itself. Even though this will be the wettest day out of the whole holiday weekend it will be the warmest with highs well into the 50s..possibly in the 60s where snow is non-existent.
The rain will end by sunrise Friday as drier and much cooler air pours in for the rest of the holiday weekend. Expect highs around 40 degrees with lows just above freezing.
Have a enjoyable Thanksgiving Day!!!
Chief meteorologist James Zahara