A Messy Winter Storm Before Thanksgiving

A storm in the Plains Monday will move into the Great Lakes Tuesday. That storm will spread a messy mixture of snow, sleet and freezing rain from the Appalachians intro the Northeast and eastern Canada. The ice ahead of the storm will depend just how fast the rain moves into the Appalachians Tuesday morning. While road temperatures are still above freezing, there can be some sleet accumulation on roads that cause icy travel. The heaviest snows will be across northern New York into Quebec and Maine where over 4 inches of snow will accumulate. The storm will hit fast and should be over by Wednesday afternoon so travel will improve for Thanksgiving.

The storm will also produce severe storms across the South Monday and Tuesday. Tornadoes are possible across Louisiana and Mississippi. The storms will move into the Southeast Tuesday.

A Wintry Mix for the Northeast, Ontario and Quebec. Surprise Snow Friday?

A storm will quickly move across the northern Tier of the country Wednesday night into Thursday. That storm will produce a wintry mix across New York, Vermont, New Hampshire into eastern Ontario and southern Maine. Northern Maine and Quebec will see mainly snow with 1-4 inches of snow possible. The wintry mix will cause travel problems in the form of icy roads Thursday. Snow showers will follow the storm Friday into Saturday.

Prior to that storm, northern Maine and Quebec will see some snow Tuesday morning. A few inches of snow is possible.

Friday, storm cutting across the South could bring a surprise wet snow the West Virginia and south-central mountains. It’s a marginal event but if enough cold air comes down behind the storm Thursday, it could happen.

Tornadoes May Hit Louisiana into Mississippi Saturday
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