A Wintry Mix of Precipitation is Expected Thanksgiving Morning.
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A Wintry Mix of Precipitation is Expected Thanksgiving Morning.
A storm system will stretch from Central Canada and the Upper Great Lakes into the Ohio Valley and all the way down into the Mississippi Valley during the morning hours of Thanksgiving Day 2010.

This storm will bring a wintry mix of precipitation to Central Pennsylvania late Wednesday Night and Thursday Morning.

The initial mix of snow, sleet and freezing rain will turn to all rain during the morning in the Laurels and Central Mountains. But, sleet and freezing rain could linger all day in the North Central and Northeastern Mountains. See the animation below for a rough timing of the changes in precipitation type.
Precipitation Animation
Precipitation Animation


 
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