A dry and cool Thanksgiving day is in the forecast for most of the US following days of disruptive weather leading up to the holiday.
The wide-reaching storm that slammed the eastern US on Tuesday and continued to cause issues on Wednesday will fully exit the country on Thursday, leaving behind much calmer, dry weather in its wake.
One big exception to the general quiet weather across the country will be a snowstorm over the northern Rockies that begins to develop early Thursday.
Accumulating snowfall is likely across portions of Montana, Idaho and Wyoming during the daytime and could lead to tricky travel on interstates 90 and 15. By Thursday evening, snow will work its way into parts of Nevada, Utah, Colorado and Nebraska.
Elsewhere, a few showers are possible across coastal Texas and southern Louisiana, especially later in the day.