By TIME Video
December 24, 2014

High winds, thunderstorms, snow, fog and twisters are set to hit the East Coast this week, and it’s all sure to complicate holiday travel. Some airlines have waived change fees and are encouraging travelers to leave as early as possible. One-to-two-hour delays are anticipated at major East Coast airports, with flight delays possible. According to AAA, a record 98.6 million people are expected to travel for the holidays this year.

The West Coast will also see winter weather as well. The northwest will see snow in the mountains and rain in the valley. Snow will spread into parts of North and South Dakota and Nebraska on Thursday. Salt Lake City may see as much as 8 inches of snow on Christmas Day.

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