Lake-effect snow following the winter storm will make for wintry travel into Thanksgiving Day around Cleveland and northeastern Ohio.
As the storm rolls up into Canada, gusty northwest winds will continue to produce bands of lake-effect snow focusing over northeastern Ohio and areas hit the hardest by the snowstorm. However, some of these bands of snow and flurries will also impact the Cleveland area.
Motorists heading eastward on I-80 and I-90 should expect major delays as temperatures fall, wet and slushy areas freeze and snow accumulates on areas that were previously wet.
Lake-effect snow will diminish later Thanksgiving Day. However, a few spotty flurries are possible into Black Friday as a weak disturbance rides southeastward across the Great Lakes.
Rain will return to Atlanta Friday and Saturday as a storm system moves through to the Southeast.
To wrap up the workweek, more clouds will move into Cleveland Friday along with lower temperatures.
A low pressure system is set to deliver heavy rain to parts of the Southeast Friday and Saturday, bringing the risk of flooding to the area.
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San Francisco, CA (1906)
Earthquake and fire. Infrequent easterly wind drove flames westward through the city rather than confining them to the downtown harbor area.
Wyoming, South Dakota (1966)
24" of snow and blizzard conditions in South Dakota. 20" of snow at Lander, Wyoming.