Holiday travelers face potential weather-related travel problems at some of the major hubs in the U.S., such as Atlanta, New York City and Boston.
From a snowstorm in New Mexico to lingering clouds, rain and snow in the East, the weather threatens to cause holiday travel troubles for hundreds of thousands.
Low Clouds May Slow Holiday Travel in NYC
While rain and drizzle will taper off this morning in New York City, low clouds could cause some travel problems. While travelers on the ground should not experience weather-related slowdowns after the rain ends, some flight delays are possible on one of the busiest travel days of the holiday.
Low Clouds Plaguing Holiday Travelers in Atlanta
Following a round of nasty thunderstorms in Atlanta Thursday evening, some low clouds are left behind.
There is a moderate risk for flight delays with the leftover clouds. Travel conditions should improve through the course of the day as clouds begin to clear out.
No weather-related travel days are expected for motorists.
Low Clouds, Rain Slow Seattle Holiday Travelers
A new storm is reaching the Pacific Northwest today. Although the storm will remain rather weak and only a little rain will dampen western Washington, the accompanying low clouds could lead to flight delays in Seattle.
Meanwhile, motorists could run into a bit of snow through the heavily traveled mountain passes such as Snoqualmie Pass along I-90.
Portland will remain dry today but low clouds will hover over the city, causing potential problems for airline passengers.
|New York JFK||Possible|
|Baltimore||Possible, Mainly AM|
|Washington Dulles||Possible, Mainly AM|
|Atlanta||Possible, Mainly AM|
|Detroit||Possible, Mainly AM|
|Cincinnati||Possible, Mainly AM|
|Salt Lake City||None|
Senior Meteorologist Kristina Pydynowski contributed to the content of this story.
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