Holiday Travelers Might Face Stormy Weather, Delays

Long lines and incoming storms could be a big part of your holiday travel.
1:32 | 12/20/14

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What is sleep? Exactly. It's a few days away from Christmas, it's a stormy week in the country. And rob is here to tell us who will have a wet and a white Christmas in just a minute. I'm dreaming of a white Christmas. But with will the nasty winter weather make it tough? David Kerley is at Washington national airport. The lines are long. Zblrng. Reporter: Good morning. A busy day for those wanting to fly. There are already long lines at the ticket counters as folks are heading out. Yesterday was actually the busiest travel day of the season. It went well and aisle tell you why in a second. And Saturday is going to be crazy too. On a Normal Saturday, 1.4 million fliers, today, 2 million fliers. That's a 25% increase. And tomorrow, a 10% increase over a Normal Sunday. So a lot of folks flying. And the good news so far is that the weather is cooperating. Did yesterday. Looks pretty good today except for the northwest. A lot of folks are hitting the roads. Aa Ara says shy of 100 million folks are driving. And why not? We are paying less than $2.50 a gallon. 75 cents less than a year ago. So it makes it easy to travel 50 miles or more to go see your loved ones. The good news, the weather is cooperating, Paula.

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