This week, more than 55 million travelers will be on the roads, railways, and runways, headed to celebrate Thanksgiving with their families. Experts say that this year’s holiday travel could pose quite the headache as multiple storms are expected across the country.
Here’s what to look out for if you’re leaving or joining us for the Holidays. Forecast courtesy of The Weather Channel:
Increased winds in the Northeast. Delays along I-95 possible.
Dry conditions, temperatures in the 50s.
Warmer than average! But, some rain is expected in the Northeast. Dry conditions during the day.
Wind and rain across the Northeast could cause delays at the airports. Also, the rain is expected to delay the already crowded highways in and out of the city. Be careful and drive safe.
Delays at the airport could be the result of rough weather from North of the Canadian border. Winds possible.
Mostly dry across the area Friday. Showers possible on Saturday and Sunday. Temps in mid-40s to low 50s.
This holiday season has presented record-setting expectations and it’s pretty inconvenient that those numbers are met with storms across the country. Take your time traveling on the roads but when using public transportation in and out of Penn Station, BWI, and others, allow some extra time in travel. Check all flight information.
Not too much activity expected in Baltimore but the country’s weather forecast will definitely have an effect on our travel.