For holiday travelers getting in the air and on the road this year, foul weather could end up making things rather difficult. On Dec. 20, 2013, the Associated Press said that a band of bad weather could make things very chaotic for travelers in the Midwest and parts of the East and South. Make sure to use the tools below to check the holiday weather and see how it will be for where you are or are going.
"Holiday weather" is trending across multiple search engines so travelers are trying to find out if it will be easy or difficult for them.
With the weekend before Christmas having arrived, foul weather includes freezing rain and snow in the North while there are tornadoes in the South.
As of midday on Friday, only a small handful of flights had been canceled, but there were close to 1,900 delays. The most delays came from Chicago's O'Hare, Denver International, and the three large airports in the New York area.
Here are a few links and tools for checking the holiday weather in 2013:
- The Weather Channel's Holiday Weather 2013 Forecast
- Weather2Travel's 2013 Holiday Weather Forecast for Countries and Holiday Destinations
- WUnderground's 2013 Holiday Weather Forecast
- Accuweather's 2013 Holiday Forecast
Some 94.5 million Americans are planning on traveling by both car and plane during this holiday season which goes from Saturday, Dec. 21, 2013, through New Year's Day. The bad weather already caused issues back at Thanksgiving and now it seems as if it is doing so yet again.