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Thanksgiving Travel Conditions, Delays and More



    Passengers Urged to "Pack Patience" at Airport

    NBC10's Christine Maddela is live at Philadelphia International Airport where despite short security lines, passengers are experiencing delays. (Published Tuesday, Dec. 10, 2013)

    It's wet, windy and wintry -- all things Mother Nature's throwing at you to hinder your holiday travel.
    Here's what you can expect where and when:

    Wednesday Afternoon
    Heading north: Rain tapers off
    Heading south: Rain ends
    Heading east: Rain ends
    Heading west: Brief burst of snow

    Wednesday Night
    Heading north: Some snow (mainly mountains)
    Heading south: Clearing
    Heading east: Clearing
    Heading west: Clearing

    Getting an Early Start on Holiday Travel

    [PHI] Getting an Early Start on Holiday Travel
    Travelers flock to Philadelphia International Airport in hopes of beating a potential storm.
    (Published Tuesday, Nov. 26, 2013)

    Sunny, windy, cold in all directions

    "The rain should start to diminish by Wednesday night, so leaving then would be OK. The ideal time, if you can swing it, would be Thanksgiving morning," says NBC10 First Alert meteorologist Tedd Florendo.

    Passengers flying for Thanksgiving are urged to "pack their patience." Philadelphia International Airport spokeswoman Victoria Lupica said arrival delays of almost two hours will be impacting depatures, and about 40 flights have been canceled, so be sure to check travel delays and cancellations before you head out the door.

    US Airways, Delta, JetBlue and United are allowing passengers to change their flights either today free of charge. Check their websites for specific details.

    Thanksgiving Travel Update

    [PHI] Thanksgiving Travel Update
    NBC10 First Alert Weather meteorologist Tedd Florendo has an update on all the major airports so that holiday travellers can stay up to speed and on time.
    (Published Tuesday, Nov. 26, 2013)