christmas curveball. Tomorrow will be the busiest travel day of the season and another storm is making its way across this country. So what does it mean for your travel plans and your packages landing... See More
christmas curveball. Tomorrow will be the busiest travel day of the season and another storm is making its way across this country. So what does it mean for your travel plans and your packages landing on time. Is here's abc's meteorologist ginger zee. Reporter: Bursting into the holiday weekend. Freezing rain forcing a transformer in salt lake city to blow. Almost 4 inches of snow shutting down the salt lake city airport for hours today. And tonight, a completely different storm will drop into the pacific northwest. That means snow, rain and cold to the southwest buy friday. And eventually a messy weekend for the middle of the nation. Damaging winds and isolated tornadoes in the south. A hazardous line of ice and above it up to a foot of snow. The big 'ol storm, ill timed for holiday travelers and those last minute packages. Ups and fedex already breaking records this week. Fed ex shipping 22 million packages. Ups, 34 million. Fedex says they've been preparing for this storm since last week. Rerouting tens of thousands of packages. We have all 3330,000 team members out delivering packages. Reporter: They have many military giving updates sgl. We're talking near record temperatures. Let's take a look at probabilities. We have a map, that dark gray that you are seeing, that's a low chance, so sorry kansas, seeing a white christmas. The lighter gray shade is a moderate and you definitely have a shot at a white christmas, the rockies there, that bright white
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