Thanksgiving Week...

>> Sunday, November 18, 2007

Lots of folks will be doing some traveling as this week unfolds, and there will likely be a pretty significant storm system affecting the country mid-week.

As it stands now, it looks like an area of low pressure will form along a frontal boundary Wednesday evening near the Ozarks. From there, the low will lift northeast and probably spread some decent snows in parts of the Plains and Midwest.

For our area, we stay warm and dry through Wednesday with highs in the 70s and lots of sun. The cold front will swing through here Thanksgiving Day, and it is looking more and more likely that some thunderstorms could be involved in addition to some shower chances. We will watch that.

Behind the front, cooler weather returns Friday through the rest of the holiday weekend. It appears a weak system could form on the frontal boundary that will be off to our south later in the weekend. That could spread a little rain in here next weekend, but that system does not look like a major one right now.

Be sure and check out the video...I take you through each day this holiday week and discuss possible travel disruptions.


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