The New York Times reports:
It’s going to be an unsettled lead-up to Thanksgiving in much of the eastern United States, as a large, moisture-loaded storm system sweeps across the region. The storm could slow air and ground transportation on Tuesday and Wednesday, two of the busiest travel days of the year.
A storm system that is developing over the central United States on Monday morning will send a “wave of inclement weather through the eastern two-thirds of the country through the next couple of days,” forecasters with the Weather Prediction Center said.
Gov. Kathy Hochul of New York urged caution ahead of Thanksgiving as “extreme winter weather” was expected to affect holiday travel plans across Western New York and the North Country. Some areas could be cold enough to support some wet snow over the upper Midwest early on Tuesday, reaching eastward toward interior parts of New England by Tuesday night.
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Americans are bracing for a cross-country storm during Thanksgiving week, one of the busiest holiday travel weeks of the year.
The storm — which dumped rain and snow in the West this weekend — is now marching east, bringing damaging winds and potential hail and tornadoes to the… pic.twitter.com/DozhChC4pi
— ABC News (@ABC) November 20, 2023
A pre-Thanksgiving storm that may bring severe thunderstorms, gusty winds, heavy rain and snow as it tracks from the central to the eastern U.S. early this week could disrupt holiday travel, forecasters said. Here’s what to know. https://t.co/ZO3FffQqxe
— The New York Times (@nytimes) November 20, 2023
🦃✈️ Thanksgiving Travel Trouble: A coast-to-coast storm could create some travel chaos for millions ahead of Thanksgiving Day.
— AccuWeather (@accuweather) November 19, 2023