Transcript for Storms charge across Plains, Midwest during busiest post-Christmas travel day
This is that enables people will be traveling to return to their homes two in the year and it back to a half million people are expected to fly today. On one of the busiest travel days of the holiday season. But there is a chance that nasty weather could impact thousands of flights as people head to various destinations the storm dumping. Eyes and soul to the north. And also bringing the threat of heavy rain and severe weather to Dallas and the south and we have seen incredible pictures. Of a Christmas Day IC car pileup that forced officials. To shut down an entire portion of the fifteen freeway in California. At least a dozen vehicles involved in this crash and ten people taken to area hospitals but with injuries. And as this storm moves to the east had a bringing ice and snow and various regions to the north. It could mean even more trouble for the millions of people who will brave the traffic and travel by car. Experts are suggesting that it you couldn't hold off another day you might find lighter traffic on the roadways and here at the airports but certainly. We don't know that mother nature can really put a spin on things. Marcus Moore ABC news Dallas.
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