Posted by Meteorologist Angelica Campos
Quieter weather locally but a coastal storm may affect travel along the I-95 corridor and some major hubs like New York, DC, Philadelphia, and New England.
Northeast Ohio will have easily sailing today, some back winds out of the NE may trigger some backhand lake effect to the west over Sandusky, Erie and Seneca counties.
Better chance of flurries on Thanksgiving as a weak front moves in early morning. Not expecting accumulations to be an issue but it will be cold for or the Turkey trotters.
Travel eastbound on I-80, I-86 and I-90 is not recommended anytime after midday Wednesday as a major snowstorm heads up the east coast. The magenta areas represent a snowfall potential of a foot or more of heavy, wet snow.
Snow will taper off Friday ahead a warm front on Saturday and daytime highs in the 40s and 50s for the Holiday weekend.