Nor’easter to continue impacting Northeast through Thanksgiving

Posted on November 26, 2014 By

A nor’easter making its way up the East Coast will bring widespread precipitation from Florida to Maine on Wednesday into Thursday, which could significantly impact Thanksgiving travel across the region. Rain is expected closer to the coast, with snow falling inland and at higher elevations, especially across the central Appalachians, Northeast and New England. Read More.


Short Range Forecast Discussion NWS Weather Prediction Center College Park MD 241 AM EST Wed Nov 26 2014Valid 12Z Wed Nov 26 2014 – 12Z Fri Nov 28 2014

***Cold weather for the northern tier states***

An active weather pattern is in place across the eastern U.S. for the middle of the week. For the East coast, a developing nor’easter will cause havoc for Thanksgiving travelers from the Carolinas to New England. This feature is a wave of low pressure that developed along a cold front over the Gulf of Mexico, and is lifting northeastward. Although the strongest winds will likely remain offshore, widespread precipitation is expected from Florida to Maine. Rain is expected for coastal areas, and significant snow from the central Appalachians to into inland parts of the Northeast U.S., with the greatest snowfall expected for the higher elevations of New England.

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