Tropical Storm Sandra to Impact Holiday Travel
Tropical Storm Sandra formed in the Pacific early Tuesday morning. After ramping up to a possible hurricane Wednesday, it’s expected to make landfall along the coast of Mexico as a tropical storm sometime on Saturday.
Combine that with an area of low pressure along the West Coast of the United States, and high pressure in the southeastern U.S., and a funnel effect will take place.
Now bring in some of the coldest air of the season and it’s a recipe for holiday travel issues for the Plains.
We are expecting snow on the north side of the cold front, freezing rain along the front and heavy rain and thunderstorms south of the front.
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