A nor'easter was expected to develop along the East Coast just as millions of travelers head to their Thanksgiving destinations, bringing mostly rain close to the coast, but heavier snow further inland. Precipitation was forecast to sweep in from the south on Tuesday night into Wednesday morning and exit the region right around Thanksgiving morning. Robert Sinclair of AAA New York suggested that travelers consider traveling on Tuesday or Thursday, instead of Wednesday if they can. As of Monday, the highest amount of snow was expected to fall in northeastern Pennsylvania, the Catskills of upstate New York and into Connecticut, Massachusetts, New Hampshire and Maine. Forecasts show a possibility of 10 inches of snow in some places. All the major U.S. airlines were closely monitoring the situation but have not yet canceled flights or made any other changes.