Millions of people are preparing to either attend the Macy's Day Parade from the streets of New York or tune in from the comfort of their living room couch. This iconic, annual parade takes place on Thanksgiving morning, but the November weather can sometimes put a damper on the parade events.
While the Macy's Day Parade will typically go on rain or shine, there were a few instances that could shut down the events, such as when Hurricane Sandy flooded the streets of New York in 2012.
What will the weather forecast be for this year's Macy's Day Parade?
Weather Forecast for the Macy's Day Parade
Early this week, a major storm has been forecasted to create travel delays in the Northeast U.S., including New York, but the weather is supposed to clear up just in time for Thanksgiving Day.
According to meteorologists, the weather is supposed to be dry and sunny and perfect for a parade. This may be reminiscent of last year's Macy's Day Parade where temperatures started out in the 40s in the morning, but reached the 50s by the afternoon.
Although temperatures may be slightly lower this year, starting in the 30s and reaching the 40s in the afternoon, you may need to bring sunglasses if you're attending.