We hate to rain and snow on your Thanksgiving parade, but the weather is not looking good for people traveling during the holidays.
According to AccuWeather, at least three major storms are expected to hit various parts of the United States before the upcoming holiday. If you live in the Midwest and the Northeast, you could potentially see a wintery mix of snow and rain…And it is only going to get worse.
Starting Tuesday, a “significant and potentially very disruptive” storm will pump heavy snow across a 1,200-mile stretch of the heartland. The storm is predicted to spread from Colorado all the way up to parts of Wisconsin, Minnesota, Illinois, Indiana, and Michigan by midweek. They’re even calling for “blizzard conditions” in the upper parts of the Midwest on Wednesday.
As the Thanksgiving travel period kicks off this weekend and continues through the following weekend, at least three storms of note have the potential to cause trouble on the roads and at the airports across the United States: https://t.co/AsDa4p7tE1 pic.twitter.com/Hn8lmZNjix
— AccuWeather (@breakingweather) November 20, 2019
So if you are planning on driving or flying that day, you may want to reschedule your trip.
According to the American Automobile Association (AAA), more than 55 million people across the U.S. are planning to travel at least 50 miles ahead of Thanksgiving. And with the weather predicted to be as bad as it may be…Good luck!SKM: below-content placeholder