This morning’s map as per the National Weather Service’s webpage:
I’m living in the pink zone, the ‘Winter Storm Warning’ Zone, the ‘6-to-10 inches of snow’ Zone. Of course, folks out near Buffalo would probably snort and say, “6 to 10 inches of snow? Wuss. We’d kill to have 6 to 10 inches of snow.” We don’t go out on Thanksgiving as a rule, haven’t in some time, so we’re okay, and it sounds like it will be largely over by tomorrow morning, so I’ll get to work off the turkey &c. ahead of time. Hopefully, I’ll come out about even.
For those of you who are traveling, be extra safe. This is a big day on the roads in America, and if you’re in the northeast in particular (this storm systems spreads from Maine clear down to West Virginia, and there are A LOT of people in it) use extra caution and good judgment. Drive safe, be smart, and have a Happy Thanksgiving.