WEEKEND TRAVEL AND NFL SUNDAY FOOTBALL FORECAST
Mother Nature could throw snow, wind and rain to a wide swath of the country next week – just in time for the busiest travel week of the year.
A series of storm systems may combine to lead to significant travel impacts next week for a wide swath of the country. The first system to watch for arrives this weekend along the East Coast. A strong cold front is expected to turn into an offshore low this weekend, potentially bringing heavy rain and wind to New York City, Boston, Philadelphia and Washington D.C. That could disrupt early Thanksgiving travel on Saturday and Sunday.
Next week, a storm is expected to move out of the Rockies and onto the Plains, bringing rain and snow to parts of the Midwest and Great Lakes. While details are still vague this far out, it could lead to travel woes at busy travel hubs like Chicago and Minneapolis.
Finally, a third storm could add to travel disruptions on Wednesday and on Thanksgiving itself. This storm, though, is expected to move onto the West Coast, potentially leading to rain in San Francisco and Los Angeles and potentially significant mountain snowfall in the Rockies and Sierra Nevada.
Stay with WeatherNation for the latest on a potentially active week of weather ahead.