Wednesday Post and Video

>> Wednesday, November 21, 2007

Today is the busiest travel day of the year, so I wanted to get a quick update online for you this morning. A storm system will move through the eastern U.S. over the next 36 hours causing a wide array of weather.

Showers and storms will break out in the Lower Mississippi Valley, Tennessee Valley, and Deep South this afternoon and push eastward into the southern Appalachians tonight. Up in the colder part of the storm system, snow will break out in parts of Missouri, Iowa, Illinois, northern Indiana, Wisconsin, and Michigan today and tonight. The heaviest snow will probably fall roughly from Chicago to Detroit this evening and tonight. So, if your travel plans take you to the states mentioned above, you can expect some travel delays.

Around here, we will see some showers and storms tomorrow as the cold front sweeps through. A few storms could be strong to severe, especially tomorrow afternoon from roughly I-85 eastward.

Behind the front, it gets much colder around here with highs probably only in the 40s in many spots Friday through Sunday.

The details are still unclear, but another storm system will develop and bring some rain back in here later Saturday into Sunday. If the precip gets in here early enough Saturday, it could begin as a bit of sleet, but that will not be a big deal. Finally, another storm system pulls through later Monday and Monday night bringing the chance for rain and storms. Active weather ahead....

Please note I had some software issues with composing the video this morning, so it will probably be a little difficult to see. I apologize for that.

Everyone have a wonderful Thanksgiving, and safe travels if you are doing so!


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