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Tropical Storm Dolly nears the eastern coast of Mexico; center of storm expected to hit coast by this evening - @NHC_Atlantic
Tropical Storm Norbert becomes better organized as it continues to move northward; tropical storm watch in effect for portions of Mexico's west coast - @NHC_Pacific
Photo: Storm clouds roll in over Oriole's Camden Yards in Baltimore - @baltimoresun
Damage reported after possible tornado hits paper plant in Mansfield, La. - @KSLA
A storm with rain and heavy snow will cause major disruptions and delays for Thanksgiving travel on the East Coast and in the Appalachians.
According to AccuWeather Chief Meteorologist Elliot Abrams, "In most cases, the worst time to travel in the mid-Atlantic and New England due to the storm will be on Wednesday and Wednesday night."
"The best time to travel will be Tuesday and Tuesday night in these same areas, with the next best time on Thanksgiving Day."
Rain will initially spread northward along the Interstate-95 with snow and rain to start farther west in the I-81 corridor. However, a change to snow will take place from west to east from northern Virginia to New England.
The storm will bring mostly snow to the I-81 swath in Virginia, Maryland and Pennsylvania, I-84 in southeastern New York state, as well as much of interior New England, where a general 6-12 inches of snow are forecast.