The heaviest precipitation will come between 4 and 10 p.m.
The major hubs all along the East Coast will be severely impacted by this untimely coastal storm.
Heavy snow and bad timing will create a Thanksgiving travel headache.
While not a blockbuster storm, this one is sure to add a little extra stress to holiday travel plans.
Confidence is growing that a significant coastal storm is going to ride up the east coast on the busiest travel day of the year, likely causing major travel disruption.
This time around it’s looking like one for the record books.
Like it or not, the holiday travel season has arrived and there is only one thing that can really foul up a trip home to see mom… the weather.
The first official driving test of the season for New England drivers comes Friday morning, courtesy Mother Nature.
Find Eric Fisher on Twitter and Facebook By Wednesday evening, the only warm spots left where the SE Atlantic Coast and the desert southwest. By Friday, all gone! Source: Weatherbell We’ve been watching it creep […]
Find Eric Fisher on Twitter and Facebook RTMA (Real-time meso-analysis) of temperatures Monday afternoon. Pretty easy to spot the front! Some major temperature extremes on either side. Source: Weatherbell Storms are exciting, no doubt. The […]