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A woman walks on steps in Boston Common in Boston, Massachusetts on Thursday, Jan. 04, 2018. (Photo: Adam Glanzman/Bloomberg)

(Bloomberg) — Flooding rains, heavy snows and gusty winds across the U.S. are disrupting travel on one of the busiest days of the year and threatening to keep Thanksgiving Day parade balloons from flying.

Two large storms are sweeping the nation, causing widespread travel problems as close to 55 million people are expected to take to the roads and air, according to the AAA website. Areas around Denver received 8 to 12 inches of snow, causing treacherous road conditions, numerous accidents, multiple closures and the cancellation of almost 500 flights on Wednesday.

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