Severe Weather Could Disrupt Holiday Travel

ABC News' Rob Marciano tracks the latest weather news from across the country.
1:09 | 12/22/15

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Today is the busiest delivery day of the year but you still have a little more time to get out there, make the final -- What about getting yourself where you need to go? It will be busy if you're heading out, be prepared for traffic. Long lines at the airport and tomorrow, I hate to tell you, could be worse. Wednesday is expected to be the busiest day on the highways and wicked weather across the country is not going to help. Rob Marciano is starting us off with that. Good morning, rob. Yeah, today is no picnicment tomorrow worse across the roads in the east. I-40, I-80 and I-95. West, snow at the higher elevations, I-5 from Seattle to San Francisco will be wet but over the siskiyous, snow and ice. Air tomorrow the east coast will be the biggest issue with low clouds and low visibility from chago, Atlanta, D.C. And new York, as well. Today, Dallas, you've got a severe weather threat could see tornadoes but a greater threat as this system moves off to the east. Memphis, Nashville and Birmingham and again on supplements and Monday for folks who might be traveling back for next week. You're just full of good news today. Merry Christmas. Okay, thank you. The race for president now,

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