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Milder 60s return this weekend ahead of powerful Autumn storm early next week; NOAA Winter Outlook suggests near normal temps and above normal precipitation for Great Lakes region
High winds, including 60 mph gusts, sweep Chicago Thursday; same system delivered 30+” snow in Colorado’s mountains; Thanksgiving weather quiets down between storms—but Storm #2 brings rain by Saturday—and possible snow Sunday
Quieter, storm-free weather week—near seasonable temps; moist “atmospheric river” keeps rains/snows coming on West Coast—mountains remove most moisture before it reaches Chicago
Thanksgiving weekend storms delay travelers, causing planes to slide and 25-car pile-up
Strong wind, storms could create travel problems Wednesday morning
Arctic chill’s frigid west winds delivering Chicago’s first below normal temps in 16 days; huge waves are battering Michigan shoreline; weather pattern’s progressive—cold air’s moving right along; temps rebound Thursday; new cold hits Sunday
Holiday travelers warned to be aware of powerful storm
Midweek weather system to be a rain producer
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Massive storms, high winds threaten Thanksgiving travel across US
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Lake Michigan has obvious effects on the weather here in the Chicago area, but are there any effects farther out?
After a warm start, storms could impact Thanksgiving holiday travel
Montana is blanketed in almost two feet of snow and it’s not even October yet
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