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If you’re planning to travel anywhere this Thanksgiving weekend, be prepared for delays whether you’re on the road or in the air. A major storm is threatening the East Coast from Georgia through much of New England. More than 120 flights were cancelled on Tuesday and more than 3,200 flights were delayed. For the 5 million expected to fly this weekend, that isn’t going to make the trip any easier. Airports expected to be impacted by the weather include: Washington, D.C., Baltimore, Philadelphia, New York, Boston, Cleveland, Detroit and Chicago.

Rush hour

On the road, the news isn’t much better as AAA says 41.3 million people are expected to drive some distance for their Thanksgiving dinner.  The American Safety Council offers some tips to keep travelers safe over the holidays.

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