MYRTLE BEACH, SC (WMBF) - While the details are still somewhat uncertain, an overall tranquil Thanksgiving Holiday is in the forecast.
At this point, there do not appear to be any large-scale or strong storm systems across the US leading up to the Thanksgiving Holiday.
Seasonably mild to warm weather is forecast across much of the southern US for travelers next Wednesday. Areas of rain may accompany the milder weather from Mississippi through Georgia, the western Carolinas and into Virginia and Pennsylvania. Across the Great Lakes States, blustery weather is likely with scattered rain and snow showers.
By Thanksgiving Day, generally quiet weather will likely prevail across much of the US. Northern New England and the Rocky Mountains States may have to deal with a bit of snow, but again, no large storm systems are likely.
Locally, the weather looks rather seasonable for the Holiday. A few showers will be possible primarily late in the day on Wednesday, but any rainfall looks light and scattered at this point.
By Thanksgiving Day, any lingering showers will have moved off shore with dryer weather likely returning.
Temperatures look to remain seasonable with afternoon readings in the middle to upper 60s and overnight temperatures dropping into the 50s.