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AccuWeather meteorologists are cautioning that a major stormy pattern could prove disruptive for millions of Americans who are planning to get a head start on Thanksgiving travel. The concern forecasters have is that a significant storm could rapidly strengthen and cause a host of disruptions from the Midwest to portions of the Great Lakes, interior Northeast and mid-Atlantic over the weekend and the days before Thanksgiving.

Travel for Thanksgiving is expected to reach nearly pre-pandemic levels this year, according to AAA, and the repercussions of any storm that may develop in the days ahead of the holiday, AccuWeather forecasters warn, could be far-reaching and have lingering effects on the Wednesday before Thanksgiving, which is considered one of the nation’s busiest travel days of the year.

The exact timing and track of the storm have yet to be pinned down, but forecasters say there are several possible scenarios that point to a broad area of stormy weather developing early next week. Monday and Tuesday may bring the most disruptions, regardless of the exact path the storm ends up taking. Precipitation will come in the form of snow and rain depending upon location.

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