Holiday Travel Delays Expected

New storm headed for Denver could exacerbate Christmas traffic.
1:27 | 12/21/11

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-- people on the move for the holidays just take a look at this image of all the planes in the air now. The highways and rails are getting crowded too but a powerful new storm is threatening delays. Denver is right in its path and ABC news meteorologist injures he joins us from there tonight ginger. George temperatures have already plummeted -- just beginning to fly passengers are on their way trying to get out. Before the storm and delays. Across the plains and southwest today digging out from the blizzard that took at least seven lives and stranded hundreds of motorists. Tonight a powerful cold front is expected to bring six to twelve inches of snow to the Denver area expected to cause delays at this major hub. Winter storm warnings and watches now extend from Montana through Colorado where travel on roads is going to be treacherous gusty winds cutting visibility. And this isn't the only storm watching tonight. At the weekend expect wet weather from the mid Atlantic to the northeast rains that'll slow things down in Atlanta. Memphis Washington DC and -- -- the new York and Boston. I know a lot of folks especially in the northeast have heard rumors of a white Christmas well I have some bad news tonight if that's what you're looking for the latest computer runs. Have that storm staying south. And headed staying wet -- will be a wet it's not a white Christmas and -- for the northeast. His neck and -- -- -- but thanks anyway.

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