Chris Cimino brings you his weather forecast for Tuesday.
A large storm pushing up the East Coast that will bring rainy, windy weather to the tri-state area threatens to wreak havoc on travel plans the day before Thanksgiving.
The heaviest rain is expected to fall late Tuesday and continue into Wednesday morning's rush hour. Wind speeds will peak Wednesday afternoon, when gusts of up to 40 mph are possible, especially near the coast.
Meteorologists expect the storm to cause significant travel delays in nearby cities from New York to Philadelphia, Hartford and Boston.
The storm is also expected to bring a shot of heavy snow and sleet to northern New England. Parts of Maine and New Hampshire could receive a foot of snow from this storm, and upstate New York could get up to 6 inches north of Saratoga Springs.
Here's a simple breakdown of what to expect from the storm and what it means for the annual Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade.
What to Expect:
Thanksgiving Day Parade:
Stay ahead of the storm by following our interactive radar here.