An area of low pressure will move up the coast tonight through Monday, but this time around, we're not talking about a nor'easter. In fact the storm will tend to weaken a bit as it approaches our coast. While the nor'easter had tropical characteristics, this storm is not of tropical origin, so the intensity will not be there. Most of the rain that falls tonight through Monday will be light to moderate, with up to a half inch of rain possible. Flooding problems will not be an issue. But ponding on the roadways will be likely, which could make for tricky travel Monday. The heaviest rain will fall Monday morning, with areas of light rain and drizzle later Monday into Tuesday. On Tuesday some drizzle is possible, with clouds hanging around. Things dry out a little more on Wednesday, before some showers could move in for Thanksgiving Day. It does not look like heavy rain at this time.
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