Thanksgiving Forecast: Mostly Clear With Minor Travel Delays Possible

There is a chance of storms this Thanksgiving week in the Southern Plains states and northern New England, but nothing that will cause a lot of problems.

Most people should not have too much of an issue from a big picture perspective, according to the National Weather Service.

The Weather Service said that the Great Lakes region could get some snow, but not enough to affect major airports.

There is a chance of showers and storms in parts of Arkansas, Louisiana, Oklahoma and Texas, but it is not something to keep an eye on.

The Weather Service in Dallas and Fort Worth said there could be travel issues in Central Texas if there is a storm on Wednesday.

Major airports across the country are expecting air travel to approach prepandemic levels as families across the United States prepare to gather for Thanksgiving.

The Thanksgiving season is expected to handle 20 million air passengers, according to the Transportation Security Administration. The agency says that in the year of 2019, 26 million people were screened.

The regions near Chicago and Atlanta, which are home to some of the major travel hubs in the United States, are expected to be cold but storm-free the week of Thanksgiving.

The Weather Service in Chicago does not expect any accumulating snow or ice at this time, which is good for air travelers. There will be wind gusts of up to 30 miles per hour for those driving to the Midwest.

Mr. Chenard said there is a chance of two inches of rain in parts of the Pacific Northwest on Thanksgiving. There were no storms expected in New York City.

Nick Morgan, a Weather Service meteorologist in Atlanta, said that there may be moderate showers on Thanksgiving but no storms that will pose a threat.

Mr. Morgan said that the early part of this week will be good for travel, with high temperatures and clear skies through Thanksgiving Day.

He said it was a smooth sailing.

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