Unwelcome Nor'easter Poised to Snarl Wednesday Travel
Posted: 9:44 AM EST on November 25, 2014
After basking in record warm temperatures in the 60s and 70s on Monday, the Northeast U.S. is bracing for a Wednesday winter onslaught, as a significant Nor'easter will bring heavy snows to the roads at the same time that millions of people hit the roads in advance of the Thanksgiving holiday.
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Weatherwise, it was not a very happy Thanksgiving in Colorado in 1983. The "Great Thanksgiving Weekend Blizzard" dropped almost two feet of snow in a timeframe of 37 hours, causing Stapleton Airport to close for a day. Many interstate highways around Denver were closed and visibility at Limon, Colo. dropped to zero.
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