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    Watch 'AccuWeather LIVE': Holiday Travel Edition

    By By Kristen Rodman, AccuWeather.com Staff Writer
    November 28, 2013, 3:47:21 PM EST

    Storms leading up to Thanksgiving will impact the biggest travel days of the year. AccuWeather LIVE held a special edition Wednesday at 11 a.m. EST to discuss the impending weather impacts on road and flight conditions.

    There will be 43.4 million Americans traveling 50 miles or more away from home this Thanksgiving holiday, according to AAA. Those traveling from Atlanta to New York City may experience major travel delays due to weather.

    This storm track is forecasted to possibly swing up the East Coast Wednesday, the single busiest travel day of the year, bringing rain, gusty winds and even snow to the area.

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    Jennifer Correa was on air live to provide weather updates on the rain and snow spreading across the Eastern U.S.

    With 37 percent of travelers departing for trips today, according to AAA, meteorologists Evan Myers and Bernie Rayno updated vacationers on travel conditions and the weather for Thanksgiving Day. They also answered some our fans' questions about their specific routes.

    We also held a special holiday edition on Tuesday. Justin Povick gave the latest forecast live, as the storm system moving from the Southwest reached the Southeast with rain.

    Evan Myers and Bernie Rayno went live to talk about this holiday storm in detail, discussing what airports, highways and roads can expect travel disruptions and delays, as well as answering some questions fans sent in about how to best plan their specific routes.

    To see your questions and comments on air be sure to visit us on Facebook, Twitter or Google+. Send in your holiday weather pictures for a chance to be featured in Mark Mancuso's Fan Photos segment next week when we return at our regular Thursday time for an all new AccuWeather LIVE.

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