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Storm weather affecting holiday travel
Right now, that wet storm system Christian told us about, is colliding with frigid air from the North, and is taking aim at dozens of states in the East.
Many people looking to travel for Thanksgiving or hoping family will make it in for Thanksgiving are keeping an eye on it.
Drivers from Georgia to Maryland could face a dangerous commute because of icy roads.
Western Pennsylvania is already digging out from under as much as 20 inches of snow.
For millions, Thanksgiving travel could get dicey. A powerful Winter-like storm is marching East.
It's expected to bring rain, snow and powerful wind gusts. The monster has already pummeled parts of the West and South.
In Oklahoma, white-out conditions and over ten inches of snow.
The severe weather is wreaking havoc at airports across the country.
Corey Keys is trying to get home from Miami.
A reporter asks, "How many hours have you been waiting?"
It's a mess from Dallas, Fort Worth to Mitchell International airport in Milwaukee.
Mikey Smith, flying to Texas said, "My flight got delayed. I wish I could click my heels three times and be home. But this is pretty tough here."
25-million Americans will get on a plane this week. And many will deal with major delays.
The website flightaware shows cancellations and delays on Monday at DFW and Houston. But today, it's Atlanta, DC and New York's turn.
Roads will not be much better.
Amy Jacobsen, Philadelphia traveler, said "My son said 'don't you think about driving!' and I'm so glad we're not driving."
Harry Mazurkiewicz, Wisconsin driver, said "I hit a bridge coming over and a car just went airborne sideways and I was
doing 20, white knuckle with two hands on the wheel."
And then there's the cold. Monday's low in Philadelphia, a mere 20 degrees.
Brett Stein, Philadelphia resident, said "I try to bundle up as much as I can."
Rain and wind are forecast to clear the East Coast by Thanksgiving day. And then it'll just be a fight to stay warm.