Two Storms Take Aim at the Thanksgiving Holiday

By Jeremy Del Nero on 21 November 2019
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DSC_0038 (1)Thanksgiving week is one of the biggest travel periods in the year in the United States as people head over the river and through the woods, although not always to grandmother’s house.

While the forecast could of course and likely will change, there are two storms currently forming that could have a great impact on travel next week.

If the forecast holds, parts of Wisconsin and Michigan could see heavy snow on Tuesday and Wednesday while Chicago will see some of the white stuff late Tuesday as a low pressure front moves east.  Temperatures will drop noticeable.  Most of the Midwest should be dry on Thanksgiving Day, however.

A second area of low pressure will take aim at California bringing heavy rain on Thanksgiving Day from Los Angeles to San Diego, while the same system will blanket the Sierras with snow.

Meanwhile, in the Northeast, those attending the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade will see average temperatures for late November and partly cloudy skies.

(Photo: Accura Media Group)

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