The United States has been experiencing hostile weather for the past few days. The country’s major cities were battered by rain, strong winds and snow. Under such circumstances, 2,500 flights were delayed in the United States on Sunday (November 28). When people’s travel increased in anticipation of the Christmas celebrations, the news of the flight disaster came to light.
About 5.5 million people will travel this week over the Thanksgiving holiday, which is 1.5 percent more than in 2021 and 98 percent more than before the pandemic.
Precipitation spread across the Southeast, Mid-Atlantic and Great Lakes regions by Sunday morning. It threatens travel from cities such as Chicago, St. Louis, Detroit, Indianapolis, Cleveland, Atlanta, Washington, DC, Nashville, Tennessee, Charlotte, North Carolina.
Another incoming storm will continue to bring heavy rain in addition to snow to the Pacific Northwest, the country’s weather department said. A winter weather and storm warning is in place from Washington to Colorado.