It will be wet, not white, on the Seacoast for Thanksgiving holiday travel.

Most of the southeastern corner of New Hampshire, southern Maine, and northern Massachusetts will see only rain starting late Tuesday night and into Wednesday, with very little snow.

"It starts this evening getting close to midnight. We'll start to see some of the first raindrops arriving. And then overnight is when most of the rain falls, but then still even Wednesday morning into early afternoon there will be some showers and heavier downpours around," meteorologist Michael Clair at the National Weather Service in Gray, Maine, told Seacoast Current.

Winds will also be gusty up to 30 mph.

Inland areas of New Hampshire north and west of Rochester will see snow.

Expected start to precipitation Tuesday night
Expected start to precipitation Tuesday night (NWS Gray)

A Winter Weather Advisory is in effect from midnight until 7 p.m. Wednesday for those areas where the snow could be heavy at the start, with rates possibly exceeding one inch per hour.

The precipitation will be all rain to the south towards Boston into southern New England and the New York metropolitan area.

The threat of rain or snow at the end of the Thanksgiving weekend has diminished, with high pressure building over New England.

Percent chance of 2" or more snow falling thru Wednesday
Percent chance of 2" or more snow falling thru Wednesday (NWS Gray)

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