Important "Heads Up" for Thanksgiving Week Travelers

Here is the AccuWeather Regional Radar at 3pm showing current precipitation:

Things go downhill as the week progresses in the South and East. 

Here is the probability of 2" or more of snow for Monday and Tuesday (i.e., 48 hr. beginning at midnight tonight, CST).
There is a chance that parts of western Pennsylvania will have more than six inches.

Here is the probability of one-tenth of an inch of freezing rain (glaze ice) tonight into Wednesday morning. Note, the southern end of this band extends into some southern states that do not have the snow and ice clearing capabilities of areas farther north.
Of course, I will be continuing to update travel conditions as the week progresses.


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