Conditions look to cooperate for Thanksgiving travel

GRAND RAPIDS, Mich.  — It looks like the weather will cooperate for those traveling to visit family for Thanksgiving.

Tuesday and Wednesday are trending mostly dry for the Great Lakes region. A cold front is set to move through Tuesday and a brief rain or snow shower may pop up as a result, but the biggest impact will be wind.

Chilly air will move in behind the cold front Tuesday, making way for temperatures in the 30s in West Michigan on Wednesday. Skies will bounce back to partly sunny for Wednesday, which means the weather shouldn’t have too much of an impact on your driving plans. Stormy conditions are expected in the Pacific Northwest, but much of the nation will be dry.


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