Post-Christmas Travel: Will the Weather Affect Your Plans?

On the busiest day of the travel season rough weather could change your plans.
2:39 | 12/26/12

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We've got -- the biggest snowfall in Dallas and Christmas since 1926111011. Inches this snow in not Arkansas Little Rock coming in with their most. December's snow ever and as we want to get snowfall today anywhere from six to twelve inches snow moves into the New England area and they'll be that wintry -- as well we know there's a big problem with this now we'll show you some pictures as we get in Indiana 8 Indiana this morning the snow was falling on road -- this is the picture that will be seen all the way up toward the Great -- -- in some cases. Blizzard conditions are Alex Perez is an Indianapolis this morning with -- snow was already falling to talk about the travel problems they're good morning out. Hey good morning -- you know here in Indianapolis right now they are bracing for a blizzard that could dump as much as a foot of snow in some areas. Today is one of the busiest travel days of the holiday season and this storm will be affecting travel plans for millions. That large storm has been pounding not only the Gulf Coast but everywhere in the south from Oklahoma to Arkansas to taxes. Giving Dallas and other parts of the lone star state a rare white Christmas. In -- -- more than an inch of snow making it difficult for some drivers to stay on the road. At Dallas Fort Worth airport flights delayed as crews work to deicing planes -- we're Oklahoma got about seven inches of snow all over the state making for treacherous road conditions. The 21 car pile up in Oklahoma City temporarily shut down a major roadway through the state but no one was seriously injured. Even Arkansas got a Christmas Day snowstorm with an estimated ten inches falling on Fayetteville limiting roadway visibility. All of that snowy weather in this south leaving a white trail everywhere he goes and today it's expected to bring at least six to eight inches to the lower midwest. Causing potential delays at airports in Saint Louis removal Indianapolis and Cincinnati. Those in Missouri right in the storm's path tried to stock up on supplies. I don't anticipate are going out but that's always a possibility -- in northern California they were stuck with that -- storm in three days dumping wet weather from the Bay Area through the Sierra delaying inbound flights at San Francisco international. And causing a landslide and Oakland almost crushing -- driver to death. -- -- things balanced kind of directly runoff primary and to pretty lucky. Now the snow started falling here in Indianapolis just a short time ago it is expected to continue falling late into the evening. From here at the bad weather -- -- the busy northeast core door late tonight into tomorrow morning and of course expected to -- major travel delays there as well.

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