The winter storm is coming to an end, but the winds will stay strong. For that reason more blowing and drifting of snow will happen the rest of tonight.
Many people hit the roads on Friday. Whether it be for work, heading home from Thanksgiving, or hitting up all the Black Friday deals at area stores. No matter the case...the weather was not your friend. A combination of snow, driving winds, and cold temperatures has officially ushered in the beginning of the winter driving season.
For the second consecutive year, Thanksgiving Day will feel spring-like, with another day of unseasonably mild air. The record high of 59 degrees set back in 1913, is in jeopardy before a strong cold front arrives later in the day..