The Thanksgiving holiday will see relatively quiet weather conditions across the country.
Fox News' Adam Klotz reported Thursday that the largest weather system on Turkey Day is a cold front that will bring scattered thunderstorms and rain to the East Coast.
That front is expected to clear out of the Mid-Atlantic and southeast by midday and out of New England by later in the day, with above-average temperatures forecast east of the Colorado Rockies.
Showers are also expected along the western and central Gulf Coast in the afternoon.
To the West, a storm system producing gusting winds have forced California and Nevada to issue red flag warnings and increase firefighter staffing.
That same system will also produce rain and higher elevations will see mountain snow.
With America battling the COVID-19 pandemic, the CDC and Dr. Anthony Fauci have advised Americans to avoid Thanksgiving travel. However, the TSA has already noted significant numbers of airport passengers.
On Tuesday 912,090 travelers passed through TSA checkpoints, according to data released by the agency.
While this number was down from 2,435,170 on the same day last year, it highlighted the number of people undertaking Thanksgiving travel.
Sunday, with more than 1 million passengers, saw the highest number of travelers passing through TSA checkpoints since Oct. 18 and only the second time that more than 1 million travelers have been recorded since March 16, 2020.
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