Thanksgiving Weather Forecast 2014

November 25th, 2014 | Posted by Alicia Milillo in Uncategorized

The day before Thanksgiving has notoriously known as the busiest traffic day of the year. This year however, it will be much more difficult to get around especially in the northeast! Winter Storm Cato is threatening travel plans across the northeast especially through major cities like Washington DC, Philadelphia and New York with snowfall predictions from 1-12 inches! Here’s what you can expect throughout the holiday weekend:

–           Tuesday Night- If you are closer to Philadelphia or NY this might be your best bet to travel, light snowfall will hit around North Caroline and Tennessee.

–           Wednesday- This is where we will see the majority of the snowfall, Cato will move up the east from West Virginia to Pennsylvania early in the day. Into the evening hours it will be the worst, Cato will move quickly  towards Philadelphia to New York dumping from 5-8 inches and will continue to move towards Boston through the late hours of the night into Thursday morning.

–           Thanksgiving Day- New England will be the last to see snowfall in the morning. The rest of the day will be cold and windy with temperatures in the 30’s.

While the weather will be an inconvenience than anything, it will be gone for Thanksgiving dinner so the family can all enjoy day celebrated by food and football! US Weather Insurance wishes everyone a safe a happy Thanksgiving and a safe commute!

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