While the weather to start the week has been quite nice, things are quickly taking a turn. A new storm system developing across the Central Plains will bring wet and rough weather through much of the eastern U.S. ahead of Thanksgiving Day.
Late season severe storms are possible across the Central and Southern Plains on Monday night. Portions of the Interstate 10 corridor throughout Louisiana and Mississippi are watching for the potentially strong to severe storms Monday evening. Thunderstorms are also likely northbound across Interstate 55 in Mississippi and south of the Tennessee River Valley. Tuesday, the system moves east through Interstate 95, from D.C., through the Carolinas and into northern Florida, and thunderstorms will ignite along the front.
In New England, while we aren’t forecasting large thunderstorms, heavy rain is likely for most, and a few elevated locations will get their first snow of the season.
Across New England, …