Storm hinders Thanksgiving travel plans
A storm is disrupting travel plans for Long Islanders ahead of Thanksgiving.
A deadly storm that started in the West last week is bringing high winds, ice and snow to the Northeast. The National Weather Service warns that it will almost certainly upset travel plans.
About 25 million people are traveling by air this Thanksgiving, up 1.5 percent from last year. According to AAA, 90 percent of Thanksgiving travelers will drive to their destination.
Travel website FlightAware says it expects more than 1,300 delays and cancellations nationwide from Wednesday to Sunday.