For the first time since 2012, dry weather is forecast for Thanksgiving travelers to and from Baltimore.
"The majority of people traveling over the eastern two-thirds of the nation should not have snow and ice to contend with from Monday through Wednesday, next week," AccuWeather forecasters say.
Both AccuWeather and The Weather Channel are forecasting sunshine and seasonable temperatures leading up to Thanksgiving. Highs are forecast in the lower 50s, right about normal for late November.
The National Weather Service doesn't offer precise forecasts more than a week in advance because such predictions can be unreliable. Forecasters there say high pressure is expected to dominate the region early next week, though.
Trouble is possible for travelers heading to or from the western U.S., though.