Significant Doozy of a New England Storm to Wreak Havoc on Thanksgiving Travel
Are you traveling over the river and through the woods to your grandmother's house for a traditional Thanksgiving dinner? Or maybe the airport is your first stop to get to your turkey dinner with family or friends.
A storm will be intensifying on Tuesday into Wednesday, poised to cause us travel issues in New Hampshire, Maine, Massachusetts, and the rest of New England.
According to the MSN website, New England meteorologists from Maine to Connecticut are monitoring this potential doozy, which poised to possibly cause major travel issues during the Thanksgiving holiday. Millions of us could be affected.
According to United Press International, this potent storm will start to take shape over the Great Lakes region. It will trigger heavy rain, snow, and very strong winds that will travel into New England. This means from Chicago to Boston and beyond, in one of the busiest areas of the country, travel delays are very likely.
The AccuWeather website states that there will likely be flight delays and congested traffic along our major highways, including Interstate 95. This storm will come in bursts of wintry weather and snow showers, which will start to affect travel from New York to northern New England in the two days before Thanksgiving.
There is a chance that heavy rains will be more prevalent than snow on Wednesday for Massachusetts and New Hampshire, according to AccuWeather. However, we can't rule out some snow and ice, making driving slick and slippery at times.
Once we hit Thanksgiving Day, it appears to be smooth sailing and a quiet holiday weekend for New England overall, so there's that.
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