There is severe weather moving across america as he head into this memorial day weekend. Hail and severe storms in the east. Families hoping for a get away are in for a soggy slug. Reporter: Like... See More
There is severe weather moving across america as he head into this memorial day weekend. Hail and severe storms in the east. Families hoping for a get away are in for a soggy slug. Reporter: Like clockwork, as millions of americans prepare to hit the road and the airports this holiday weekend -- the ominous weather rolls in. From flash floods in new york, to dangerous winds in chicago, and the miserable conditions hovering over tornado-shattered moore, oklahoma. Skies are far from clear, and neither are the nation's airports. Delays, cancellations. Especially in the northeast, where some flights in bound to new york delayed more than four hours. The stranded include alex and andi chambers, trying to get to newark from austin. We are stuck in austin still. Flight has been delayed three hours. Reporter: And this little guy in chicago, not happy at all with his three-hour delay. Amidst these weather woes, new predictions today about the coming hurricane season. IT STARTS JUNE 1st. And federal forecasters say it's going to be active. They expect three to six major atlantic hurricanes. But, remember, that doesn't mean they will necessarily make landfall. Either way, it's too soon for most folks along the east coast still rebuilding post-hurricane sandy. Like this. Look at this time-lapse video. Of the seaside heights boardwalk in new jersey, all set to open before memorial day. Now, ginger, take us through the forecast for the big weekend. It's a soggy memorial day for the jersey coast and a lot of folks in the east. Look at the map, which takes us through the night with potential for storms in the northeast. But also for tomorrow and saturday, very soggy. Don't get away from it even in the mid part of the country. If you want sunshine and heat, you go to go southeast or southwest. Didn't mean any of the hurricanes will hit land? They could, they could not. Noah does not predict that. So many of them, and we've had years like this, could stay out to sea. An important bit of context from abc's meteorologist ginger zee. In moore am cl, the first
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