Transcript for Thousands without power as turbulent weather hits on Thanksgiving
decision for the parade. It's the big unknown. In philly the oldest Thanksgiving day parade is celebrating 100 years. That's where ginger is at. Tracking the latest on the storms causing trouble. I was watching your feed early this morning. It certainly is windy. We'll check it out. A hectic holiday morning for millions of us. From California to New Jersey, north of Redding, California, interstate 5 shut down in an icy mess. Dozens of people reportedly stranded for more than 17 hours. At this point they can't even plow the roads because so many people are stuck in the roadway. Freezing rain and up to two feet of snow making travel nearly impossible. In Utah, firefighters rescuing two people hoisting them from the bottom of a snow covered canyon after sliding down an icy bank into a river. In a separate system, moving across the midwest, cars buried in up to a foot of snow in Minneapolis. Winds taking out power to at least 300,000 Americans. In Chicago, the winds downing streetlight, scaffolding crashing through this taxi windshield injuring the driver. Gusts to 60 miles per hour uprooting trees and downing power lines in Indianapolis and toppling this utility pole in Toledo, Ohio. Thanks to our ginger zee and the weather causing all kinds of
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