The National Weather Service earlier last week was keeping an eye on a possible Thanksgiving Day winter storm, which was set to drop up to 6 inches of snow on the west side of the state, while making travel hazardous across Mid-Michigan. Thankfully, it now appears to be a bust.

While snow showers are possible across the western side of the state, and the NWS Gaylord has noted Thanksgiving Day travel may be moderately impacted in Northern MI, the NWS Detroit Pontiac has lowered the confidence for snow, for now… showing Thanksgiving Day to be just cloudy and rainy with highs in the 40’s for Mid-Michigan.

Stay tuned as this forecast may change, but for now it appears to be on the positive trend for that turkey day travel.

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