Thanksgiving Travel: Big Improvements Today
UPDATED 6 AM EST, November 28, 2013
By WeatherBug Meteorologists
The potent Eastern U.S. storm will almost become a distant memory today, with a huge weather improvement in the cards east of the Ohio Valley and Mid-South. The only exception will be in Florida and the Great Lakes where a bit of unsettled weather could cause isolated travel issues.
The weather will be much-improved in the Eastern U.S., with just a few wind-whipped snow showers cresting the mountains of Vermont, New Hampshire and northern Maine. By afternoon, it will be quite cold and blustery, but peaks of sunshine will be on the increase.
From southern New England into Florida, although it will remain unseasonably cold, there will be little in the way of weather. The exception will be the Sunshine State, where an onshore wind flow will generate spotty showers along the Interstate 95 corridor from Miami to Daytona Beach, Fla.
The only other weather blemish in an otherwise quite weather pattern will be found in the Great Lakes. Here, a "Clipper-type" storm system will deposit a bit of light snow from the Upper Peninsula of Michigan to western New York. Unfortunately, a few slippery spots will develop along Interstates 39, 43, 69, 80, 90, 94, and 96 from the Midwest to the Great Lakes.
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