People traveling for Thanksgiving this year might want to keep a close eye on the forecast, as nasty weather appears to be brewing all over the U.S. According to the Associated Press, Colorado and Wyoming are supposed to get up to a foot of snow on Tuesday. That storm is then tracked to move into Minnesota, Wisconsin and upper Michigan, before it continues heading east, threatening the Upper Midwest and even parts of New England. “That could be a coast-to-coast storm,” says National Weather Service meteorologist Alex Lamers. The Minneapolis-St. Paul metro area could see its biggest November snow in years, while National Weather Service meteorologist Brent Hewett warns that northwestern Wisconsin “is going to be chaotic.” Over on the West Coast, another storm is expected to have an impact on Tuesday afternoon or evening, causing snow in the mountains and wind and rain along the coasts of California and Oregon.