Thanksgiving weekend forecast: Storm cuts across South into East could make for soggy travel
Added 11-25-22 01:18:03am EST - “If you're headed out to do some Black Friday shopping, you may want to grab the jackets and raincoats if you're among the millions of Americans living in the East, South or Northwest.” - Nypost.com
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The Thanksgiving Day holiday produced anything but frightful weather but as Americans look forward to returning home the FOX Forecast Center is tracking a storm system that could cause some delays from the South into the East over the busy weekend.
If you’re headed out to do some Black Friday shopping, you may want to grab the jackets and raincoats if you’re among the millions of Americans living in the East, South or Northwest.
The first wave of rain showers from the Thanksgiving storm in the southern Plans and lower Mississippi Valley will move toward the Eastern Seaboard, leading to a rough shopping day, especially in the morning, for cities like Boston, New York, Philadelphia and Washington.
Meanwhile, the main low-pressure system will be hanging back in Texas, where more showers and thunderstorms are expected. Cities such as Houston, Austin, San Antoni and Corpus Christi will all face the risk of flash flooding.
Travel impacts are likely in Texas as heavy rain could lead to flooded roads and the potential for air-travel delays. Dallas, for example, will see rain on Friday with high temperatures struggling to reach the mid-50s.
Happy Thanksgiving! Here is your forecast outlook for Friday. A storm will continue to develop & slowly move across the southern portions of the country. Heavy rainfall is possible, along with heavy snow across areas of E. New Mexico and W. Texas. Visit https://t.co/VyWINDkBnn pic.twitter.com/UfdljjD7mq— National Weather Service (@NWS) November 24, 2022
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