Sunday Travel Forecast

November 30th, 2013 at 8:19 am by under Tony's Pinpoint Weather Blog

Sunday will be a busy travel day as we close out Thanksgiving Weekend.   Overall, things look much quieter than this past Wednesday!

Air Travel: Most of the major airports across the United States should be in good shape.  Seattle may get some delays due to rain and wind.  Buffalo, NY also has the potential of some snow showers.

Car Travel: Some snow and freezing drizzle are possible in New England on Sunday morning.   Therefore, there will be a potential of slick roads to start the day (especially into central Mass and northern New England).  As for snow accumulations, you would have to drive well into northern Mass, Vermont, or New Hampshire.  Even in these spots, only an inch or two is likely. A few rain showers are possible on Sunday afternoon in Southern New England, but this should not have too much of an effect on traffic.

We will keep you posted with any changes, as there may be a few adjustments made to the Sunday forecast.  Travel safely! -Pete Mangione

3 Responses to “Sunday Travel Forecast”

  1. In says:

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