If you planned to travel on Thanksgiving, your flight might be delayed. A big winter storm is predicted to hit the East Coast on Wednesday. The storm already caused death in the West.
Thanksgiving is the time to go home and be with family. The amount of air travel that goes on this week is super high. AAA sees 43.4 million Americans travel this week. The least thing travelers need this week is a winter storm, but this is what is likely going to happen. According to Accuweather the a Thanksgiving storm is expected to hit the east coast on Wednesday.
The storm has already caused major disruptions and even deaths in the Southwest according to this USA Today report.
"The potential exists for a foot of snow to fall from Bradford, Pa., to Burlington, Vt.," stated AccuWeather.com Meteorologist Eric Wanenchak.
If you are lucky you can fly today or tomorrow and not on Wednesday when the storm is likely causing flight delay or even cancelations. You can watch a detailed video report about the Thanksgiving Storm on Accuweather.
Update: New report from NBC has more up-to-date information about the Thanksgiving Strom. Watch the report below.
Bad weather is also very bad for Black Friday sales in stores. Most Black Friday 2013 sales start already on Thanksgiving Day. If you do not have to travel you can focus on on the hot Black Friday 2013 deals that are already selling today. The big launch of Black Friday 2013 sales is on Thanksgiving Day. See more Black Friday resources below.
The Black Friday 2013 Deals and Sales Essentials
Some say Black Friday is over hyped, but if you know how Black Friday works, you can get the best deals of the year. We are providing with our full Black Friday coverage the information you need to find the best Black Friday deals. It is important to understand that Black Friday is not on the Friday after Thanksgiving Day. It is now! The whole month of November is Black Friday and sales will seamlessly morph into Cyber Monday 2013 sales. Black Friday is very late this year falling on November 29th, 2013. Last year, Black Friday was on November 23rd. This year retailers have four full weeks to bombard you with special Black Friday 2013 sales until the culmination of the actual Black Friday 2013 sale on Thanksgiving Day. The Black Friday creep will soon make Thanksgiving Day a bigger sales day than the actual Black Friday.
There is a constant stream of deals that we navigate you through with our Black Friday 2013 Deal Guides and daily deal updates from the major Black Friday stores.
According to Black Friday Countdown there are 5 days until Black Friday 2013.