A massive storm is bringing blizzard conditions and icy roads to the U.S. right as the holiday travel rush gets underway.
Over 3,200 flights have been canceled within, into, or out of the U.S. so far on Friday.
Runways at airports such as Seattle-Tacoma International Airport are closed indefinitely due to ice.
On Thursday, more than 10,028 flights in, out of, and across the U.S. were delayed, and nearly 2,539 were canceled.
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FedEx and UPS warned that customers could see delays with Christmas deliveries due to the weather’s impact on major shipping hubs.
States of emergency have been declared from South Dakota to New York. At least 750,000 customers are without power across the U.S.
“This is really a very serious weather alert,” President Joe Biden warned Thursday. “Please take this storm extremely seriously.”