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Post-Thanksgiving Travel Forecast

27 Nov 2022, 8:30 pm

If you’re a last-minute traveler or just heading back into the swing of things as we move this Monday, there are a few areas across the country that may bring some slower commutes and road-trips.

Monday Morning

Monday morning, the western United States has the most active weather with snowfall coming down along a front. De-icing on planes may slow down your travel.

Monday Afternoon

Travel will worsen for the states of Colorado and Utah by the evening as snow start to really push in. This in addition to very gusty winds along the front may make travel difficult for the northwestern portions of the United States.

Airport Travel Forecasts

In the west we are also mostly dry with a few showers possible in the Pacific Northwest.

In the north, wet weather will impact Boston but we will be mainly dry elsewhere with no major deicing threats.

For the southeast, this is the calm before the storm. Travel will be much more favorable on Monday as opposed to Tuesday with a severe weather threat across the country.

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Kit grew up in the Piedmont of North Carolina outside of Charlotte, spending most of his childhood in Belmont, an old mill town on the Catawba River now grown into a bustling suburb. He had a passion for mathematics and science through grade school, having ambitions to become an architect, engineer, theoretical/astrophysicist, or geologist, but eventually choosing to pursue Meteorology. He went to... Load More the University of North Carolina at Charlotte to obtain his degree, taking all electives on atmospheric sensing, tropical, and mesoscale meteorology for a full, in-depth understanding of the atmosphere (though he maintains on every hike, he should have taken more geology classes!) He interned at WCNC in Charlotte, learning the craft of presenting off-script and how to tell a weather story. After Graduation, he worked in the Quad Cities at WHBF-TV and KLJB-TV, the CBS/Fox affiliates. From there, he moved to Grand Island, Nebraska at KSNB-TV, the NBC affiliate for Central Nebraska. The active winters and severe seasons kept him busy, experiencing a wide range of wild weather. He remembers the most impactful event in March of 2019, when a massive snowmelt, heavy rain, and blizzard all struck the state in 36 hours. Kit later moved to the Denver area taking a job as a Producer with WeatherNation. He was brought on as a full-time on-air meteorologist in June of 2022 and can now be seen with the rest of the team on WeatherNation! You can follow him on Facebook and Twitter @KitCwx.