Thanksgiving Storm Knocks Out Power, Ruins Travel Plans
A huge winter storm on the east coast the day before Thanksgiving impacted airports, highways and power lines for United States' most populous area.By Rosie Newberry | November 27, 2014
It has become the perfect storm: a massive Nor’easter has hit the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic, ruining travel plans and turkey dinners for millions of Americans.
Consumer Traveler names the day before Thanksgiving as the “single-busiest travel day of the year” for the United States, compounding the storm’s impact.
In fact, AAA estimates that 46 million Americans attempted to hit the road or air to reach loved ones this Thanksgiving.