Nov
27
2013

…Well, TODAY apparently sucked for travel.

My sincere condolences for anybody stuck in this one:

A major storm with heavy rain, snow and high winds was hitting Thanksgiving travelers hard on Wednesday in the Northeast with potential ripple effects for flights elsewhere in the nation.

The timing of the storm could not come at a worst time with AAA projecting 43.4 million travelers during the Thanksgiving holiday weekend.

“The Wednesday before Thanksgiving will be the busiest single day of travel with 37 percent of travelers departing for trips Nov. 27,” AAA stated in a press release.

…and, judging from social media, about three of those travelers were happy about it.  No, not “three percent.”  Three.

1 Comment

  • BigGator5 says:

    It was in the high 60s earlier today. It is now… *checks weather app* …42° and falling. Before the sun raises, it will have fallen to 36°.
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    🙂
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    I do not miss waking up in a pool of my own sweat. I love Florida, but man do I hate summers.

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