From Zack Green:
Scattered rain showers will continue for most of the morning hours on Tuesday. This will bring a slow morning drive but snow will stay well off to our north. There's a chance a few wet flakes mix in during the early afternoon for inland locations. But any accumulating snow will stay towards Worcester County.
Clouds remain this afternoon but skies will clear overnight. Wednesday morning starts off in the low 30s and we're dry for most of the daytime hours. By the evening, a front will slide in from the northwest bringing a chance of snow squalls to part of the region. Expect that to arrive near 7-9pm. On one of the busiest travel days of the year, these flakes could be a driving concern. Past this quick front, temperatures will drop dramatically. In fact, Thanksgiving 2018 will likely go down as the coldest of all time. After highs will only reach the low to mid 20s! Black Friday doesn't bring much relief either. We'll start the shopping day in the single digits.
Tuesday: Rain likely through the morning. Cloudy afternoon. High: 44
Wednesday: Partly to mostly sunny. Chance of a late afternoon snow squall. High: 41
Thanksgiving: Sunny, windy, bitterly cold. High: 24 wind chills in single digits
Black Friday: Cold morning. Mostly sunny. High: 34 (morning temps 9-14°)
Saturday: Increasing clouds. High: 49
Sunday: Chance of rain showers. High: 51
Monday: Late day chance of rain. High: 49
Today's Record Temperatures