Forecasters: Nor’easter Could Disrupt Thanksgiving Travel
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Forecasters are warning of a potential nor’easter that threatens to cause havoc for Thanksgiving travelers.
The National Weather Service says a nor’easter is possible from late Tuesday through Thanksgiving day, with stormy weather most likely to hit in the mid-Atlantic from early Wednesday through early Thursday.
The storm could bring strong winds and heavy rain to much of region, with snow possible, especially in higher-elevation areas in eastern Pennsylvania and northwest New Jersey.