Winter Storm Boreas spread its mess of snow, wind, and rain to the East just in time for peak Thanksgiving travel. Boreas’s grip of snow and ice affected about 58 million people over an area of at least 2.5 million square miles by the time it departed Thanksgiving morning. The storm had previously affected much of the southwestern U.S. and the Southern Plains. In Kaweah Country, it will be another beautiful, albeit dry, Thanksgiving weekend. But temperatures are forecast to plunge dramatically next week.
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