Officials: Predicted Snow and Showers Should Disappear Before Thanksgiving Day

This week is shaping up to be a wet one ahead of the Thanksgiving Day holiday, but there’s good news, too.

New Hampshire weather officials say a storm system appears poised to arrive in the Granite State Tuesday night, bringing precipitation that will most likely start as rain before wet snow begins to fall.

The good news is, that the system is expected to move out of the state sometime on Wednesday, setting the stage for a bright, sunny, and mostly dry Thanksgiving weekend.