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November 25, 2010

Thanksgiving Day Travel Forecast


No weather worries across the state today.  High pressure continues its dominance today with cooler than average afternoon temperatures and total sunshine. 

The Arctic air is spilling out of the Rocky Mountains and into the High Plains and Midwest today.  Ahead of the cold air, the Southeast, Mid-Atlantic and Ohio River Valley will experience warmer than normal afternoon temperatures.

Rain and showers develop along the leading edge of the cooler air today with wrap-around snow in the Great Lakes states.  Flight delays are possible.  Check our our Flight Tracker.

Have a safe and Happy Thanksgiving!!



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