Your Thanksgiving Holiday Travel Weather Outlook

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Here’s the forecast for Wednesday and Thursday and how it may affect your Thanksgiving holiday travel.

Weather forecast for Wednesday

Snow forecast: According to the National Weather Service (NWS), Snow is possible over northeastern Washington, northern Idaho, central and southeastern Montana, southwestern and central North Dakota, western South Dakota, northwestern Nebraska, the eastern half of Wyoming, central Denver north to south, and north-central New Mexico.

Thunderstorm forecast: southern, south-central, and eastern Texas, central and eastern Oklahoma, northwestern Louisiana, Arkansas, southern Missouri, western Tennessee, western Kentucky, and southern Illinois.

Rain forecast: eastern Washington, southeastern Arizona, southwestern New Mexico, southeastern Kansas, Missouri, northwestern Tennessee, western and northern Kentucky, Illinois, Indiana, Ohio, Michigan, northwestern Pennsylvania, western New York, eastern Florida.

NWS weather alerts for Wednesday

Here are weather alerts around the nation from the National Weather Service (NWS) for Wednesday.

Winter weather advisory: western Wyoming.

High wind warning: southwestern California.

High wind watch: northwestern and central Montana; southeastern Wyoming; western Nebraska.

Wind advisory: eastern Texas; northern Louisiana; southeastern Oklahoma; southwestern Arkansas; southeastern Nevada; west-central Arizona.

Red flag warning: southwestern California, Los Angeles, and San Diego areas.

Freeze warning: southern Nevada, southeastern California, northwestern Arizona; central Alabama; eastern Georgia; central, northeastern and southern South Carolina; southeastern North Carolina.

Thanksgiving Day weather Outlook

Here’s a look at your weather forecast around the nation for Thursday, Thanksgiving Day, according to the latest forecast from Fox.

Most of the nation will experience dry and quiet conditions, across the Southwest, most of the West, with the exception of showers and Seattle in western Washington. Clear for most of the Midwest, South, Southeast, and Northeast.

Diagonal storm front to bring rain for some

A storm front will run diagonally over parts of the eastern half of the US, spanning from Texas, through the Tennessee Valley, stretching into the Ohio Valley and western New York. Thunderstorms will bring heavy rain in southeastern and Eastern Texas, particularly around Houston, according to the National Weather Service (NWS). Thunderstorms will also stretch over parts of northern Louisiana, central and eastern Oklahoma, Arkansas, and southern Missouri. Rain is forecast for northern Mississippi and Georgia, Tennessee, Kentucky, southern Illinois and Indiana, Ohio, Eastern Michigan, Western West Virginia, as well as Western Pennsylvania and New York.

Cold conditions could bring mixed precipitation for areas along the Appalachians, Ohio Valley, mid-Atlantic, around the Great Lakes, and Northeast. Freezing rain is possible in northern Maine.