The Thanksgiving holiday week is generally regarded as one of the busiest travel times of the year.
And, according to early weather forecasts, it could be a one that will put travelers to the test.
According to Accuweather meteorologists, a nor’easter is expected to strike the northeast United States, which could cause flight delays along the eastern seaboard, including cities such as New York and Boston.
Meanwhile, a storm is expected to hit the Pacific Northwest, which could drop rain and snow through Washington, Oregon and parts of Northern California.
For those staying close to home, the early forecast shows the weather staying pleasant in Southern California on Wednesday.
But, before we get there, the National Weather Service is forecasting a slight chance of rain this coming weekend. A cooling trend is expected to roll across Southern California, bringing a chance of rain as early as Thursday night.
The forecast is calling for a 30 percent chance of rain Thursday night, with temperatures on Friday reaching a high of about 64 degrees with a 20 percent chance of precipitation. That slight chance is expected to last the weekend, with temperatures beginning to warm to the mid-70s again by Monday.