- Santa Ana winds today and Thanksgiving Day over Southern California.
- Strong winds through midday today from Oklahoma to Michigan.
- High winds east of the Montana Rockies tonight and tomorrow.
- Rain develops Thanksgiving morning over the Mississippi and Ohio River Valleys, then moves east.
- Heavy rain for northwest Washington State and the Texas Gulf Coast on Thanksgiving.
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Here’s a long-range travel & RV weather outlook for Thanksgiving week
— Northwest WA: Flood Watch Thursday evening through Saturday night along portions of the Skokomish River, northwest of Olympia.
— Central CA San Joaquin Valley: Dense Fog Advisory through midday. CA-99 impacted.
— Areas of coastal Southern CA: Wind Advisories and High Wind Warnings through Thursday afternoon for Santa Ana winds. Gusts 55-75 mph. I-5, I-8, I-10, I-15, US-101 all impacted.
— Along the NV/AZ and CA/AZ border of the Colorado River Valley, north of I-10 and south of I-15: Wind Advisories today. Gusts to 40 mph. I-40, US-93 impacted.
— Northwest and north-central MT, east of the Rocky Mountains: High Wind Watches in effect this evening through Thursday evening. Gusts. To 75 mph. I-15 impacted.
— South-central MT: Wind Advisory this evening through Friday evening in the Beartooth Foothills and Livingston areas, east of Bozeman. Gusts to 65 mph. I-90 impacted from Livingston to Big Timber.
— Northwest WY Teton and Gros Ventre Ranges: Winter Weather Advisory through this morning. 2-5 inches of snow with wind gusts 30-35 mph.
— Southeast WY: High Wind Watches Thursday and Thursday night. Gusts to 60 mph. I-25, I-80 potentially impacted.
— Eastern OK, IL, northern IN, MI Lower Peninsula. Strong winds this morning; winds decrease throughout the afternoon. Gusts 30-45 mph. No advisories issued. Impacted highways include I-40, I-44, I-55, I-57, I-65, I-70, I-80, I-90, I-94.
— TX Gulf Coast: Heavy rain showers and thunderstorms on Thursday. Potential for isolated flash flooding. I-10, I-45 may be impacted.