STORM TEAM 11
After a wet morning, conditions are drying out quickly. A cold front moves through driving in drier conditions with abundant afternoon sunshine. A strong low pressure over the Great Lakes but despite the sunshine, gusty westerly winds means two hands on the steering wheel during that holiday travel.
Travel around the region will be wet and windy from the Ohio Valley towards the Great Lakes. Wind advisories region wide means gusty winds nearly 20 to 40 mph.
Thanksgiving day looks quiet and chilly, with another quiet day on Friday.
Another system will develop and move across the country during the second half of the weekend which will likely impact those traveling back into the area Sunday. Rain will be around Saturday afternoon, with rain likely Sunday. Colder air takes a quick dive into the region Monday, which means snow showers likely with mountain accumulations possible.
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