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Thanksgiving travel forecast

Thanksgiving travel forecast

Rain to hug US East Coast; Lake-effect snow to slick roads near Great Lakes. AccuWeather Global Headquarters – November 21, 2017 – AccuWeather reports rain may slow travel for a time in part of the east coast of the United States, while significant travel delays are likely in the Northwest and near the Great Lakes […]

Thanksgiving travel forecast

Thanksgiving travel forecast

Millions to face delays, slowdowns as fast-paced storms strike northern US. AccuWeather Global Headquarters – November 16, 2017 – AccuWeather reports as millions of Thanksgiving travelers plan to travel by plane or driving, quick-hitting storms will cause slowdowns across different regions of the United States. Nearly 51 million Americans will travel more than 50 miles […]

Blinding lake-effect snow, bitterly cold winds to cause Thanksgiving travel delays

Blinding lake-effect snow, bitterly cold winds to cause Thanksgiving travel delays

AccuWeather Global Headquarters – November 15, 2017 – AccuWeather reports following mild, wet weather to end this week, progressively colder air will unleash rounds of lake-effect snow from the Upper Midwest to the interior Northeast for travel during the week of Thanksgiving. Travel delays related to wind and/or snow are likely in parts of the […]

Polar vortex may unleash bitterly cold air, snow for northeastern US prior to Thanksgiving

Polar vortex may unleash bitterly cold air, snow for northeastern US prior to Thanksgiving

AccuWeather Global Headquarters – November 08, 2017 – AccuWeather reports s igns are pointing toward a displacement of the polar vortex that may be accompanied by a significant storm with rain, snow and wind in the northeastern United States during the days prior to Thanksgiving. The polar vortex is a storm that typically hangs out within […]

Thanksgiving Day – A Tradition of Friends, Family And Football

Thanksgiving Day – A Tradition of Friends, Family And Football

For generations of Americans, the tradition of Thanksgiving Day and NFL football are historically intertwined. On Thanksgiving in 1925, a crowd of 36,000 – then the largest in professional football history – watched the Chicago Bears play the Chicago Cardinals to a scoreless tie at Wrigley Field. In 1934, the Detroit Lions and the defending […]

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