A “significant storm” and “strong cold front” could hit the US Northeast and Midwest next week — potentially wreaking havoc on Thanksgiving travel plans, forecasters warn.
The large-scale weather pattern is expected to start over the weekend and extend into early next week, according to the National Weather Service’s prediction center.
The full extent and path of the storm hasn’t yet been nailed down, but forecasters are — at the very least — predicting a drop in temperatures and strong winds for Monday and Tuesday.
“This storm remains a prominent weather focus due to its timing right before
Thanksgiving,” the NWS said Wednesday afternoon. “Potential continues for a strong cold front and significant storm to affect the East early next week.”
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