Will Thanksgiving travelers face bad weather in Pennsylvania this holiday week?
Travelers should have little trouble in central Pa. this holiday week.
At least from a weather perspective.
The National Weather Service has no precipitation in its forecast until Thanksgiving night, and that has only a 30-percent chance of happening.
So, forget about the umbrella, but you will need to bundle up. With the exception of Thanksgiving Day, temperatures aren’t supposed to climb above the mid-40s. Lows will dip into the 20s for much of the week.
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Thanksgiving is expected to be a bit warmer, with highs reaching the mid-50s and lows in the 30s.
The weather picture looks a bit different in western Pa. and most of the Great Lakes region, where there is a chance of snow through Wednesday.
AAA predicts 53.4 million people will travel for Thanksgiving, closing in on pre-pandemic totals.
“This Thanksgiving, travel will look a lot different than last year,” said Paula Twidale, senior vice president of AAA Travel. “Now that the borders are open and new health and safety guidelines are in place, travel is once again high on the list for Americans who are ready to reunite with their loved ones for the holiday.”
Shelly Stallsmith is a trends reporter for the York Daily Record. She can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org or followed on Twitter at @ShelStallsmith.