Giving thanks…to snow?

As people are stuffing their turkey and greeting their family, mother nature is cooking up something a little different for our holiday weekend. Yes, we’re talking snow.

Experts from predict Thanksgiving day will only reach a high of 43 degrees and rain with possible sleet mixing in.

Thanksgiving Night will become windier in the evening, with a  high of 47 but will feel like 39 degrees.

A period of rain and sleet and even possibly snow will be making it’s trip around  parts of Pennsylvanian and New York state during Thanksgiving. A plunge in the temperature could lead to a freeze up of untreated wet areas over the Thanksgiving holiday.

Cites that could be affected by this wintry mix would include Altoona, State College, Williamsport, Bradford, and Wilkes-Barre/Scranton in Pennsylvania and Elmira, Binghamton, Syracuse, Ithaca, Utica, and Albany in New York.

Many people are speculating about the weather during this extended weekend.  It may be better to spend the day inside fighting over the wishing bone rather than who has to be the one spreading salt over the driveway.

By  Cassie Kreider

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