Storm expected to snarl Thanksgiving Eve travel

A winter storm is expected to snarl Thanksgiving Eve travel on the roads, rails and the sky. Long Island residents who spoke to News 12 say they are bracing for delays, long lines and crowds on the

News 12 Staff

Nov 26, 2014, 7:48 AM

Updated 3,473 days ago

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Storm expected to snarl Thanksgiving Eve travel
A winter storm is expected to snarl Thanksgiving Eve travel on the roads, rails and the sky.
Long Island residents who spoke to News 12 say they are bracing for delays, long lines and crowds on the busiest travel day of the year.
Wednesday's forecast calls for a messy mixture of snow, slush and rain across Long Island.
Major airlines dropped their ticket-change fees for people flying in and out of the Northeast, allowing passengers to try to take earlier flights.
The MTA is also gearing up for the storm by lining up extra staff and snow removal equipment to keep the railroads clear of snow and ice.


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