Winter storm alerts from coast to coast

Heavy snow and ice and possibly life-threatening floods are part of a major storm system moving east across the U.S. as millions head home from Thanksgiving.
2:03 | 11/30/19

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Back here at home to major storm in the west moving coast to coast in time for the busiest travel day of the year. Blizzard like conditions slam in the Grand Canyon closing roads knocking out power flash flooding north of Phoenix. Weather alerts from California to Massachusetts heavy snow expected in the northeast by Sunday here's ABC's Clayton Sam down. Tonight about wind blizzard in Arizona's Grand Canyon. A major winter storm now barreling east set to create dangerous travel conditions for millions again. Flagstaff Arizona drivers got stuck in snow more than nine inches falling there. The south and miracle but county high water rescues from flooded roadways this team leaving the driver to safety. We've got trucks trying to turn around here we've got struck by any other side stops. In Phoenix residents are cleaning up their storm damaged neighborhoods should concede. Right here this tree fell straight into one of the residents' homes here in the Southern California mountains the storm bringing up to four feet of snow closing roads and cutting power to tens of thousands. Heavy rains Thursday help open up this sinkhole on the ten freeway this vehicle couldn't escape the mud and outside San Diego. On our way out of the campground. We saw water coming over the Walt. Floods soaking this RV park the rushing waters crashing together cars and a trailer. Here in Colorado crews are cleaning up a rock slide along I seventy both sides of the interstate shut down for a time today reading big traffic backed cuts. This system stretches to South Dakota cars sliding off icy roads with the storm now on the move airlines are issuing travel waivers from the midwest and northeast. And whipped the snow and rain now snarling air travel here in the Rockies at Denver's airport more than 170. Flights canceled and lots of delays and of course. The worry is that many airports are going to see a weather ripple effect. Just as people are trying to get back home. Which are likely San dealt that snowy backdrop thank you.

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