Two Storms Set to Bring Rain, Snow, Wind Chills, and Cold Temperatures to Both Coasts Ahead of Thanksgiving Week

A stormy pattern is setting up just in time for the holiday week, with several storms on the horizon that will affect both coasts early next week.

With the storms still several days away, it’s too early for specific rain or snow totals, but meteorologists can start to get an idea of timing.

The storm system will develop Sunday over the Upper Midwest and Great Lakes before heading east. Snow will be possible for the Upper Midwest and northern Great Lakes while showers and thunderstorms will extend from the interior Northeast down through the Southeast.

Cities that could see weather delays on Sunday include Chicago, Detroit, Nashville, Pittsburgh and New Orleans.

By Monday, the storm system will reach the East Coast bringing heavy rain to the I-95 corridor from Washington to Boston. At the same time, heavy lake effect snow accompanied by strong winds will hit the Great Lakes region.

Cities that could see weather delays on Monday include Atlanta, Washington, Philadelphia, New York, Boston, Buffalo and Cleveland.

On Tuesday, the rain will be off the Atlantic coast, but heavy lake effect snow will continue. Some snow showers could even make it into other parts of the Northeast.

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SOURCE: NBC News, Kathryn Prociv