Pre-Thanksgiving Day Storm Timeline

A storm will hit the Philadelphia region days before the Thanksgiving holiday. The storm is expected to disrupt travel plans. Visit for the latest.

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NBC10 chief meteorologist Glenn "Hurricane" Schwartz provides a timeline overview of a large pre-Thanksgiving storm heading toward our region.
Tuesday afternoon expect rain and chilly temperatures.
Rain will make its way into the region in the afternoon. Expect the rain to get heavier in the evening.
Heavy rain will pound the region the most Tuesday night.
The rain will extend into Wednesday morning with gusty winds.
There could be some snow in parts of the area Wednesday afternoon. The rain will taper off Wednesday afternoon.
Clearing out begins Wednesday night.
Over the next few days, we'll see the temperature drop Wednesday. There may be a bit of snow without accumulations. Thursday will be windy cold. Friday expect sun with less wind.
Thanksgiving Day brings sunshine, although the temperatures remains cold at 36 degrees. Temperatures warm up by the end of the week.
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