If you're heading to northern Michigan for the holiday weekend, look for some lake effect snow showers in many spots and chilly temperatures the entire weekend.
Around the rest of the country, big storms aren't expected and most travel should be free of weather worries. But to make sure you pack right, here's what to expect on the big travel days and the time in between in 12 other big cites. There's probably one not too far from where you're going.
Chicago Dry, 30s Mostly 40s Dry, 30s
Pittsburgh Dry, 30s Mostly 40s Flurries, 30s
New York City Rain ends, 50 Mostly 40s Dry, 40s
Washington, DC Dry, 50s 40s and 50s Dry, 40s
Atlanta Dry, 60 Mostly 50s Dry, 50s
Orlando Mainly dry, 70s rain chances, 70s Dry, 70
Dallas Dry, 50s 60s and 70s Dry, 60s
Minneapolis Dry, 30 30s and 40s Dry, 30s
Denver Dry, 60s Mostly 60s Dry, 60s
Seattle Rain, 60s Rain each day, 50s Rain, 50s
Los Angeles Dry, 90 Mostly 80s Dry, 70s
Phoenix Dry, 80s 80s - record highs Dry, 80s
Here's wishing you and yours a wonderful and safe Thanksgiving holiday wherever you go.
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