Poor traveling conditions will continue Wednesday afternoon over the northeast due to heavy snow.
Following a Wednesday storm unleashing more than a foot of snow in the Northeast, travel conditions will improve on Thanksgiving.
Pleasant conditions will continue late-week for NFL and college football action. Though it will be cold for fans in the north.
Accumulating snow fell across the Northeast during the day on Wednesday, but snow plows were out and about to make roads safe for travelers.
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Heavy snow is whitening the East, including popular ski resorts from Virginia to Maine, just in time for Thanksgiving skiing.
Recent heavy rain and quickly melting snow have brought rivers to dangerous levels near this popular tourist attraction. Dozens had to be evacuated on Tuesday.
Evan Myers has details of the storm.
With more than 46 million travelers expected to hit the roads, rails and skies; snow, slush and rain will be scattered across the country.