Storm Threatens Holiday Travel

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    Storm threatens holiday travel in east

    KELLY P. KISSEL, AP
    1 hour ago

    LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (AP) — Snow and ice are forecast for the northeast of the country as a deadly storm that started on the West Coast last week gathers steam Tuesday and powers toward the East in time for Thanksgiving.

    The National Weather Service warned that the storm would almost certainly upset holiday travel plans for those hoping to visit loved ones in the mid-Atlantic and northeast.

    "The timing of the storm couldn't be worse," said Chris Vaccaro, spokesman for the weather service headquarters in Silver Spring, Md. "We are seeing numerous threats as the storm is beginning to develop and intensify." ...


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    Wicked weather threatens Thanksgiving travel

    Rain, snow plague flights, highways


    Author: By Tom Watkins and Ben Brumfield CNN

    Published On: Nov 27 2013 03:37:11 AM EST Updated On: Nov 27 2013 09:24:33 AM EST

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    A strong storm struck much of the eastern United States on Wednesday, complicating holiday travel plans for many of the 43 million Americans who filled the nation's highways, airports, and train and bus stations.

    By morning, delays were reported at airports in Philadelphia, Boston and New York.

    Heavy winds at New York's LaGuardia Airport resulted in delays for arriving flights of nearly an hour, according to the Federal Aviation Administration...

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    I'd rather travel with 6 inches of snow than 1/2 inch of ice.

    Stay safe my friends!
     

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