Thanksgiving Day 2023 forecast: Storm can disrupt your travel plans


Traditionally, Thanksgiving is considered one of the busiest travel periods in the US.

The busiest days for air travel are often the Wednesday before Thanksgiving and the Sunday after.

However, a stormy weather prediction could upend your plans to celebrate the day with your family.

Storms, including the possibility of tornadoes, will sweep through Louisiana, Mississippi and Alabama.

Storms moving through the Ohio Valley will bring rain from Detroit to Nashville and along the Gulf Coast.

Days before Thanksgiving, portions of the Mid-Atlantic and the Northeast will be affected by heavy rain.

The worst of the weather will hit on November 21 and November 22.

With gas prices cheaper, over 49 million citizens might travel by car for Thanksgiving.

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