JOESTRADAMUS Stuffing A Turkey Without Travel Headaches!
Next Thursday is Thanksgiving which is of course a big travel week. If you want to spend your time stuffing a turkey without travel headaches here is an early look at the Weather for Wednesday which is the biggest travel day. There appears to be no big storm on the table. In the east high pressure looks to dominate the weather up and down the eastern seaboard which means if you are driving to your destination you will have no travel problems outside of traffic.
The weather looks to be most active both in the middle of the United States and in the west. Showers and thunderstorms look to line up along and just west of the Mississippi from East Texas to the Canadian Border. The west looks to be the most active as model are pointing to a storm of the Pacific Coast along with bitter cold air dropping southward into the northwestern corner of the nation. Cold air looks to bleed down into California with snow forecast even for some coastal areas or just inland of the coast from Northern California northward into Southern Washington state. The southwest looks dry and Florida may see some showers thanks to the strong onshore flow that sets up along the east coast.
Thanksgiving day everything shifts a little further east but again the east coast looks to be dry with no snow threat at all east of the Mississippi. Snow moves into the Northern Rockies and rain and snow for Northern California. Southern California and the southwest remain dry. Some thunderstorms are probabe from east Texas to the middle Mississippi Valley. I will be updating this from time to time over the next few days to keep you abreast (white meat) of any changes.