If you’re planning on traveling anywhere in or around the Hudson Valley for Thanksgiving, best begin considering a plan B. Our friends at Hudson Valley Weather say a storm’s a-brewin’, and when they talk, we listen. You can read the full forecast on HudsonValleyWeather.com, plus HVW’s current predictions on just how bad it’s going to be (spoiler alert: Not great). Here’s the nitty-gritty: The National Weather Service has issued a Winter Storm Watch for all of eastern New York (including the Hudson Valley) and western New England, excluding the western ‘Dacks and western Mohawk Valley. Starting around noon Wednesday, 11/26 and continuing through early Thanksgiving morning, we could see between 6-12 inches of snow, maybe more locally, falling at a rate of around 3 inches per hour. So perhaps consider arranging a Friendsgiving for you and your friends/family within walking distance of your house. And get to the grocery stores early. If you thought it was bad this weekend with the crowds and lines, wait until people start shopping for a snow storm on top of it.