Travel experts are predicting the busiest Thanksgiving for travelers in eight years. Weather forecasters are predicting a winter storm on the busiest travel day of the year.
KSL meteorologists are forecasting the next winter storm to arrive in Utah on Wednesday and it could last through Thursday morning. The National Weather Service issued a special weather statement, noting that Wednesday's storm "could cause significant travel impacts across much of Utah. If your travel plans are flexible, consider traveling Tuesday ahead of the storm."
Strong, gusty winds will develop on Tuesday, especially in southwest Utah, according to the National Weather Service. Winter weather will "bring travel impacts across much of the region, including the I-15 corridor and I-80 east into Wyoming" on Wednesday and Thursday.