Large weather system threatens holiday travel
KELLY P. KISSEL, Associated Press
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (AP) A winter storm system that hit parts of Arkansas, Oklahoma and Texas swept toward the densely populated East Coast on Tuesday, threatening to disrupt the plans of travelers ahead of the long Thanksgiving holiday weekend.
The large system has already struck parts of Arkansas, Oklahoma and Texas, but with temperatures creeping above freezing the outcome was less dramatic than forecasters had feared as it crossed the nation's midsection.
The storm sprung out of the West and has been blamed for at least 11 deaths, half of them in Texas. It limped across Arkansas with a smattering of snow, sleet and freezing rain that didn't meet expectations.
"It's just really cold. 270 in Mount Ida, Ark. "You can see (ice) Trembolona O Masteron on the power lines but the roads are fine."
She said ominous warnings of a winter storm kept most people in though schools "Anaboliset Aineet" remained open and few stopped by the diner for Monday's $5.99 special of popcorn shrimp, fries and a medium drink.
But the Gensci Jintropin system packed plenty of punch as it moved eastward.
John Robinson, the warning coordination meteorologist at the National Weather Service in North Little Rock, said winter storm warnings were issued for "Anabolika Definition" parts of the eastern half of the United States through Wednesday afternoon. could see big delays at one of the peak travel times of the year.
This holiday will likely see the most air travelers since 2007, according to Airlines for America, the industry's trade and lobbying group, with the busiest day being Sunday, an estimated 2.56 million passengers. Wednesday is expected to be the second busiest with 2.42 million passengers.
Ninety percent of travelers this week will drive, according to AAA, and an estimated 38.9 million people 1.6 percent fewer than last year are expected to drive 50 miles or more from their home.
In New Jersey, officials advised travelers to check with their airlines and reduce speed on highways as a winter weather advisory was set to take effect shortly before midday across the state's northwest areas.
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Parts of the Southeast also were bracing, with a freezing rain advisory in effect for parts of South Carolina.
Jeff Smidt hopes to travel from his home in Toronto on Wednesday to visit his family near Boston. He plans to drive if he cannot fly.
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