Transcript for Storms hit during one of the busiest travel weeks of the year
And good evening. Thanks for joining us on this Sunday. I'm Tom llamas. We begin with weather alerts across the country. One storm after another after another moving in as millions of Americans travel over Thanksgiving week. Take a look at this, snow already covering the highway in high mountain, New York. Cars sliding off the road in Ohio. The next two storms building in the west and pushing across the country during one of the busiest travel weeks of the year. Rob Marciano leads us off. Reporter: Snow and rain striking in the northeast and already hampering travel as the nation readies for a rough start to this holiday travel season. Cars sidelined by snow near Dayton, Ohio. While drivers in New York also deal with wintry conditions. Slick roads and low visibility making for dangerous driving across the region. All this from the first of several storms to sweep across the country. The TSA expecting nearly 27 million to hit the airports this Thanksgiving. At least two airlines issuing travel waivers for the Denver area already. With snow, rain, and wind threatening to wreak havoc. We want to make sure we get through and get out quickly. Reporter: And making for treacherous conditions like these on some of the country's busiest roadways. In the coming days, so many getting ready to hit the road. Let's go to rob with the forecast. Reporter: The next seven days will be very active. We still have the storm in the northeast to contend with. Half a foot of snow in the double trouble in the west, winter storm warnings posted. Snow developing over Denver, could see a foot of snow there. That snow stretches into Nebraska, Iowa, Minnesota. You can see blizzard conditions Tuesday, Wednesday. And another storm driving into northern California. We'll see several feet of snow in higher elevations. Wednesday, coast to coast storms. And the storm that will take the entire holiday weekend to get to the east coast. Difficult travel, you'll want to plan ahead.
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