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Monday, November 24

Possible Travel Concerns Tuesday & Wednesday

Written by: Brian Neudorff

The storm system that brought some brief warm temperatures, rain and even some sloppy snow for Monday, will eventually stall and cause possible problems for travelers Tuesday into Wednesday.

Monday through Tuesday, precipitation will fall as a mix of rain and snow. By Wednesday, most of the precipitation will have changed over to all snow, as colder air arrives this will lead to some accumulation across the region. If you'll be traveling from Rochester, to Buffalo and even over to Cleveland, OH you may run into some snow squalls. It doesn't look like the snow showers will be as bad as they were last week, because the air will not be as cold, but these snow showers could slow you down around Lake Erie. Over the next 36 hours, the StormWatch 8 weather team will keep you updated on the latest weather conditions and help you get to your destination as easily as possible.

AAA estimates that roughly 41 million Americans will travel 50 miles or more from home this Thanksgiving, down 1.4 percent from last year. A drop in the Thanksgiving holiday travel would be the first since 2002, and the fourth consecutive travel holiday in 2008 to post declining numbers from 2007.


  1. Grammar errors in the first paragraph alone made me skip the rest of the blog. Proof reading should be a must before anything gets posted online.

  2. really? you're complaining about grammar?

    c'mon... appreciate the fact that you can get your local weather, posted from a local weatherman, all by clicking a few times

    Thanks for the update Brian!

  3. OK, appreciated. Now fix those grammar errors in the weather blog!


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