A large storm is settling over the eastern seaboard of the United States and air travel is beginning to have some delays; travelers should check with their airline before leaving for the airport.
Thanksgiving is the busiest travel season of the year with an estimated 23 million travelers flying over the long weekend. But an east coast storm that covers Interstate 95 is basically threatening to disrupt flight schedules.
The storm stretches from New York to Florida and all major airports are expected to suffer some delays as a result, some more than others.
Rain is expected in most cases, however late evenings and early morning times could see some freezing rain.
Weather forecasters are not predicting a repeat of last year’s blizzards which stranded hundreds of thousands of air travelers across the U.S. and had ripple effects through Europe and Asia.
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