Most of the country will wake up to a messy mix of rain, snow, ice or any combination of them on Thanksgiving morning, forecasters said Wednesday.
“We have a little bit of everything with this system,” said Domenica Davis, a meteorologist for The Weather Channel, who predicted that wet, wintry conditions would cover two-thirds of the United States.
Ice could make travel especially treacherous across the central part of the country from Kansas City, Missouri, south to Texas, Davis said.
Major flooding was predicted for large sections of Texas, Oklahoma and Arkansas through Friday…
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