Rain, snow may affect your Thanksgiving travel plans

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NEW YORK CITY (PIX11) -- A developing coastal storm may hinder travel plans in New York City on Thanksgiving.

The brunt of the storm will affect the city Wednesday evening -- one of the biggest travel days of the year. Travel by trains, planes and automobiles may be hampered.

Based on the latest storm track and data, rain will make up a large chunk of the storm, but it will mix with and then change to snow through the night.

It is still too early to call with any kind of certainty, especially since the weather maps are posing so many differing solutions, but be advised to try to travel before this time frame.

Or wait until Thursday afternoon when clearing should be underway by midday. It is, however, expected to be cold and windy.

As for the Thanksgiving Day Parade, that too may be hampered by leftover rain or snow and a gusty wind.

PIX 11 will be tracking this storm through the week so keep visiting and refreshing for updated details.