Winter Storm Heads Northeast, Threatens Thanksgiving Travel

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A huge storm that swept from California to the East coast will likely meld with a Canadian cold front on Wednesday, the day before Thanksgiving — also known as America’s busiest travel day of the year.

From Georgia to Maine, last-minute travelers will have to slog through tropical storm-like wind gusts up to 40 miles per hour and 3 to 4 inches of rain, as the storm will not be cold enough to yield snow in many areas. Winds at altitude could reach 100 miles per hour, which will likely cause airports along the East coast to limit their takeoffs and landings throughout the day, causing yet more delays and cancellations Read more…

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