The Thanksgiving Day vacation didn’t have dreadful weather, but as Americans look forward to returning home, the FOX Forecast Center is tracking the storm system and could cause delays from south to east over the busy weekend. There is a possibility
What’s the weather forecast for Black Friday?
If you’re out shopping for Black Friday, and you’re among the millions of Americans living in the East, South, or Northwest, you might want to pick up a jacket and a raincoat.
The first wave of rain from the Thanksgiving storm in southern Planes and the lower Mississippi Valley moved toward the East Coast, ravaging shopping in cities such as Boston, New York, Philadelphia and Washington, especially in the morning. It will be day.
Meanwhile, major storms return to Texas with showers and thunderstorms expected. Cities like Houston, Austin, San Antoni and Corpus Christi will all face the danger of flash floods.
Travel can be affected in Texas as heavy rains can flood roads and delay air travel. In Dallas, for example, it rained on Friday and temperatures he struggled to reach in the mid-50s.
To the north, Fargo, North Dakota remains cool, with highs in the low 40s, but plenty of sunshine there.
And while the familiar late autumn rains and mountain snow return to the Pacific Northwest, the Southwest remains dry and comfortable.
What’s the weather like on Thanksgiving weekend?
Heading into Saturday, the main storm system will begin moving away from Texas, with rain spreading from Kansas City, Missouri, to Tallahassee, Florida. Rain can be heavy at times and can be accompanied by thunder and lightning in some places.
Considering all rainfall from Wednesday through Sunday, a total of 2 to 3 inches of precipitation is expected by the end of the weekend from Texas to Georgia.
In some of these areas, especially in parts of southern Arkansas, northern Louisiana, and Mississippi, they can total up to 6 inches.
By Sunday, the storm system is expected to move into the Ohio Valley and Northeast, bringing rain from Chicago to New York City. Rain can affect road and air travel for people heading home after Thanksgiving. Be prepared for delays at some of the region’s major hubs.
The good news is that this looks like a mostly rainy event.
Heavy rain in western Japan
The intensifying storm system will make landfall along the West Coast by Sunday and remain in the western United States until next Wednesday.
Specific details, such as rain and snow totals, remain unknown, but the Fox Forecast Center said there could be significant snowfall in mountainous areas and heavy rainfall in low-lying areas and the Pacific coast. increase.
The Cascades in Washington and Oregon are currently the most likely locations for heavy snowfall.
Meanwhile, heavy rain could reach as far as Southern California by Monday night. Gusts of wind are expected across the Four Corners area early next week.