What are you thankful for? This year, you might find that your answer is long weekends, memorable adventures and time spent with the ones you love, so ditch the turkey in favor a quick getaway over the four-day weekend.
Heavy rains have fallen and strong winds are being felt throughout Massachusetts, but so far the weather does not appear to be causing widespread disruptions in holiday travel plans.
The biggest storm we have seen in months is on our doorstep, just in time to make Thanksgiving travel a bit messy.
A major storm could create a travel mess across the Northeast for the start of the Thanksgiving holiday.
The following are five tips for traveling during Thanksgiving weekend that will make your life easier.
Our forecast will be complete with all the standard “ifs” “ands” and “buts” that all the others have, BUT we like to think that our forecast has an excellent chance of being accurate IF the atmosphere cooperates AND unfolds as we think it might.
I am happy to report that all is quiet in the weather department this week not only in New England, but for the majority of the country.
Quiet weather is expected not just in New England but across the majority of the country.
I think everyone would agree the Northeast could use a break and it appears that is exactly what is in the cards to kick off the holiday travel season.
They’ll all be coming home. You think Sunday was busy? Monday should be just as busy, as well at Logan Airport.