More wind, snow for Thanksgiving in Washington



SEATTLE (AP) — If you like the fall storm blowing through Washington Tuesday, hold on for Thanksgiving.

The National Weather Service says another strong storm will like bring more high winds Thursday to parts of Western Washington. Forecasters say the coast and northwest interior could have 30 mph winds with gusts to 60.

The Weather Service also issued a special weather statement Tuesday saying that travel will be impacted Thanksgiving Day through Friday morning in the Cascade passes. Another shot of snow could leave 8-to-12 inches by Friday morning.