Transcript for Weather-Related Delays Expected to Hit Holiday Travelers
We do have a travel alert as so many people gear up to hit the road again after the holidays rain and cold air. They're all on the way and could bring severe travel delays with it and rob Marciano tracking it all this morning. Good morning, rob. Good morning, Paula. Good morning, guys and congratulations, again, Dan. We are look at a travel for the next several days. This is the time of year. Start you off with not only rain and snow but the snow for starters. In Salt Lake City, snowblowers out. They had their first big snowstorm of the year and in Denver, Colorado, also, snow piling up and they are watching their snow come down today. We've got winter storm warnings and advisories that stretch all the way to Minneapolis, Minnesota so through the plains. Generally speaking light but also it's going to make for slick roadways and then the flooding down across the south New Orleans under a flash flood watch through the weekend for this storm system that's going to tap a lot of gulf of Mexico moisture and the Orange indicates areas that could see over 3 inches of rainfall stretching up the I-94 corridor as well and colder air will be sliding in and by this time on new year's morning, temperatures will be a good 20, maybe even 0 degrees cooler so look for that big chill coming back next week.
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