National Weather Service Reveals Grim News For Thanksgiving Travelers


The Thanksgiving season is officially upon us. Only one day after tomorrow, people across the country will be sitting across the tables with their loved ones, feasting on amazing dishes like turkey, pumpkin pie, dressing, macaroni and cheese, cranberry sauce, and more.

Right now, many families are preparing for incoming guests by cooking meals and otherwise working to make Thursday an amazing holiday. Other people are driving or flying across the country to be with their loved ones for Thanksgiving.

Towards the end of last week, reports broke that folks traveling in the days leading up to Thanksgiving may run into some issues. Unfortunately, new updates from the National Weather Service (NWS) have confirmed these warnings.

Much turbulence ahead

Earlier on Tuesday, NWS put out an advisory stating that travelers with plans set for tomorrow will likely face disruptive weather, such as snow and heavy storms, throughout the East Coast.

Meanwhile, the South and mid-Atlantic regions remain projected to deal with very heavy rain. Needless to say, weather to this extent can impact not just people traveling via air, but also folks with plans to drive long distances.