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Another low pressure system could slow down your plans heading home after Thanksgiving if you’re one of the 55 million people traveling for the holiday.
- Rain and a few thunderstorms will track into the Southeast Sunday.
- Light snow will spread from northern Missouri into the Great Lakes Sunday.
- Sunday and Sunday night, rain is expected in the Northeast, and snow is possible in the interior Northeast later Sunday into Monday.
- The West Coast is expected to remain dry through the weekend.
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