This might spell trouble for the holiday, as AAA notes that Wednesday afternoon is when most Americans set out on their Thanksgiving trips. This year you might want to leave a day early if possible giving lots of extra time for travel.
AccuWeather says a major storm might tear across the central US on Tuesday and into Wednesday, which could bring heavy snow and winter-like conditions. Rain and a couple of thunderstorms are likely to extend from the lower Mississippi Valley to the Ohio Valley from Friday to Saturday then from the southern Atlantic Coast to the Mid-Atlantic and southern New England from Saturday to Sunday.
Areas to the East could also see snow and/or a freeze-up on Wednesday afternoon into Wednesday night, with the same storm bringing heavy rain. The Pacific Northwest won’t be spared either, as a second storm could deliver coastal rain and mountain snow, AccuWeather reported.
This might spell trouble for the holiday, as AAA notes that Wednesday afternoon is when most Americans set out on their Thanksgiving trips.
A sneaky storm with rain may tap into just enough fresh cold air to produce some snow and ice on its northern flank as it pushes into the eastern United States this weekend: https://t.co/gM7affrgMt pic.twitter.com/YLIXXHkEaG— AccuWeather (@breakingweather) November 20, 2019