Not a total turkey of a day but local travelers to Grandma's house may spy a few widely scattered rain and snow showers in the sky.
The storm is getting out of here, but cold air sticks around for Thanksgiving. A few turkey-day snowflakes as well?
North and west of I-95, a sloppy coating to a few inches of snow has fallen today. Along and east of 95, it's been a mixed of rain and snow. Radar shows the storm moving out by 6 p.m.
This storm is a fast-mover packing heavy rain and heavy snow, though it will clear out of the Mid-Atlantic by Wednesday night, and New England by Thursday morning.
A poorly timed pre-Thanksgiving storm complicates travel today around D.C. and up and down the East Coast. Locally, rain changes to snow between mid-morning and early afternoon with some accumulation possible, especially the further north and west you are.
As tonight's models roll in, we'll provide real-time analysis and determine whether forecast changes are needed for this winter storm.
In the calm before the storm, let's take a moment to enjoy tonight's sunset via social media, shall we?
It certainly didn't feel wintry today, but the character of the weather is about to change dramatically.
Wednesday's storm has a meteorological twin from the past. It laid down a coating to a few inches across the area.
While temperatures have been unseasonably warm early this week, snow is still likely to accumulate along coastal interstates, especially during periods of heavy snowfall.