Rewritten: The video is about the start of the Thanksgiving travel rush at LAX.
Many people in the US are being advised to take caution while traveling due to severe weather and winter storms that are still affecting certain areas during the Thanksgiving holiday.
The National Weather Service announced on X that a major winter storm will bring intense snow and dangerous travel conditions to areas of the Northern and Central Rockies, as well as the Central Plains, over the holiday weekend.
The agency reported that snow is expected to move through Wyoming on Thursday and continue south to Colorado on Friday.
Despite the winter weather affecting some states, the East Coast is currently experiencing warmer temperatures. As a result, the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day parade proceeded as scheduled in New York City.
Earlier this week, Governor Kathy Hochul of New York advised travelers in the state to exercise caution due to the potential for severe winter weather during busy travel days.
On Wednesday, it was predicted that it would be the busiest day for road travel for American holiday goers. It was estimated that over 49 million Americans would be driving to their Thanksgiving destinations on that day.
There is a chance of slippery roads in the northeastern region on Wednesday morning.
Parts of New York, Vermont, and New Hampshire may have slippery roads on Wednesday morning due to a mix of rain and potential snow from overnight storms on Tuesday.
Disruptive weather is forecasted to hit Maine on Wednesday as a storm front starts its journey eastward across the United States today.
On Tuesday, the Midwest and northeast regions will experience severe weather conditions, including thunderstorms, snow, and rain.
The Midwest and northeast regions are expected to experience rain instead of snow.
According to the National Weather Service, the majority of the precipitation expected in the next 48 hours east of the Mississippi River will be in the form of rain.
On Tuesday, a significant storm system is expected to make its way through the Midwest and towards the northeast. This could result in thunderstorms and rain, potentially causing flight disruptions and creating challenging road conditions for those traveling for Thanksgiving.
On Tuesday morning, there may be sleet and freezing rain in the Central Appalachians and parts of the interior northeast. There is a chance of accumulating snow in northern New York state and northern New England on Tuesday night.
The head of the FAA has a reminder for those traveling during the holidays: show kindness to flight crew members, or face consequences.
Mike Whitaker, the Administrator of the FAA, utilized X/Twitter to caution Thanksgiving travelers about potential delays, lengthy queues, and crowded airports. He urged them to be considerate towards the flight crews who will be working during the holiday season.
The author of the post reminded readers to treat their flight crew with kindness and respect, as they are responsible for their safety while flying. The Federal Aviation Administration has a strict policy against disruptive behavior.
On Tuesday, passengers flying by air will probably face flight disruptions caused by a winter storm system that is traveling from the central United States through the Midwest and into the northeast region.
This year, over 49 million Americans are expected to travel to their Thanksgiving destinations by car.
According to the AAA, over 55 million individuals are anticipated to journey at least 50 miles to get to their Thanksgiving destinations from Wednesday to Sunday. Of those travelers, more than 49 million will be using cars.
The Transportation Safety Administration anticipates that a large number of drivers will be traveling on Wednesday. Fortunately, most of the severe weather expected for the week will have passed, but drivers in certain areas of northern New York and northern New England should be ready for potentially icy roads due to sleet and freezing rain on Tuesday evening.
The FAA anticipates approximately 50,000 flights on Wednesday.
The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) is forecasting that approximately 50,000 flights will depart on Wednesday to transport Thanksgiving travelers to their destinations.
The busiest day for air travel will be Wednesday, with a total of 49,606 scheduled flights. Tuesday will come in second with 48,403 scheduled flights.
Air travelers may face challenges on Tuesday as a winter storm makes its way through the central US into the Midwest and northeast. This storm is expected to bring rain and thunderstorms across the area.
According to predictions, Sunday will have the highest number of returning travelers, with 44,991 flights scheduled.
The map for Tuesday’s weather prediction:
There is a chance of freezing rain in the northeast and thunderstorms are developing in the Midwest. This could potentially cause delays and problems for people traveling for the holidays on Tuesday.
The most recent forecast map from the National Weather Service for Tuesday is presented below.
Precipitation extending from Atlanta to Washington DC and New York City.
On Tuesday, a band of rain extending from Atlanta to Washington DC is expected to drench the area, potentially causing delays and disturbances for those traveling for the holidays.
Around 5pm, the rain will head northeast from Washington DC to New York.
There is a chance of freezing rain and sleet in the northern regions of New York and New England.
Certain areas in New England could see as much as three inches of snow.
Although the majority of the snow expected to fall on New England late Tuesday night will likely melt before accumulating, there are certain regions at higher elevations where forecasters predict it may stick.
The weather team at WBZ-TV in Massachusetts is forecasting that the northern, higher elevation areas of the state could see up to three inches of snow for a few hours.
The majority of the snow will compress and thaw as temperatures rise on Wednesday.
for unvaccinated individuals
Mayor Eric Adams of New York has released a travel advisory for people who have not been vaccinated.
On Tuesday, New York City Mayor Eric Adams released a travel advisory for residents, cautioning them about potential heavy rain and strong winds during the upcoming Thanksgiving holiday.
The mayor stated that @nycemergencymgt has released a travel warning for November 21 and 22. Prepare for heavy rainfall and powerful winds. Dress warmly, allow extra time for travel, and stay tuned to @NotifyNYC for further updates.
The forecasters predict that Thanksgiving will have cool temperatures and minimal precipitation.
Following a rainy and blustery Tuesday and Wednesday, Thanksgiving day is anticipated to be mostly dry, but cold throughout most of the United States.
According to the NOAA, temperatures in the Central and Southern Plains will be lower than the average by 10 to 20 degrees. On the other hand, temperatures in the Northwest will be generally mild as high pressure moves into the area.