It's ugly out there. And it's only getting uglier.
Tuesday has been a mess for much of the East Coast. A massive storm that started in California soaked a huge swath from Florida to New England, with snow and sleet falling in pockets of Pennsylvania and New York, CNN Meteorologist Indra Petersons reports the latest.
This system isn't going away anytime soon. In fact, it could cause even more problems and headaches on Wednesday, especially if you are among the thousands at airports waiting and waiting and waiting to fly home for Thanksgiving.
That's because winds are forecast to pick up and sock densely populated places in the Northeast in the next day or so.
For drivers, big gusts mixed with drenching rains can slow things down any day. For air travelers, there is always a big trickle-down effect when places like New York's LaGuardia and Kennedy airports or those in Philadelphia and Boston experience wind delays.
According to flight tracker websites this morning, Roughly 200 flights have been canceled nationwide, with about 120 delays at this hour, reports CNN's Rene Marsh. (SEE VIDEO BELOW)\
A wintery storm system–that's quickly moving East–has killed at least 12 people. Millions of Americans are now in the crosshairs. And it’s threatening to make getting to your Thanksgiving destination very difficult.
Hundreds of flights were canceled over the weekend. Even more could be impacted in the next 48 hours.
Tracking the storm, CNN Meteorologist Indra Petersons says strong winds in the East will cause air traffic delays Wednesday and even Thursday.
Extreme weather is striking across the country with heat waves out west and storms spinning out tornadoes in places like Maryland and Kentucky. Indra Petersons is tracking the latest.
Tropical Storm Andrea is expected to churn up the Eastern Seaboard, bringing heavy rain, flooding and the possibility of isolated tornadoes from Florida to Maine.
Nick Valenica reports live from Wrightsville Beach, North Carolina.
Victim's recount what they did to survive the tornado, and they survey the damage after widespread devastation.
19-year-old Charles Gafford captured amazing footage of the inside of the tornado from his storm shelter. He was able to record from inside his storm shelter, and captured an amazing up-close imagery of this devastating tornado. Gafford said he was 'absolutely terrified,' but he still 'felt safe.'
Gafford said it was a 'grueling two minutes' watching the tornado completely destroy everything in the neighborhood.
After the tornado passed through Gafford and everyone with him went across the street to Briarwood Elementary School where they helped pull people out of the rubble to safety.
CNN's Nick Valencia reports on if people are still unaccounted for after a devastating EF5 Tornado rips through Moore, Oklahoma.
24 people were killed by the tornado, nine of which were children. Among the children killed was 9-year-old Jenae Hornsby who was killed during the tornado.
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Basehunters Chasing captures haunting video from the Tornado that caused mass destruction in the town of Moore, Oklahoma. Storm chasers Colt Forney and Lauren Hill are on 'Early Start' talking with Chris Cuomo about this devastating tornado they captured on video.
CNN's George Howell with the latest on the dozens killed and the rescue and recovery efforts that are underway.
CNN's Pamela Brown reports on the two elementary schools hit by a devastating tornado in Moore, Oklahoma. The school in the direct path of the storm was Plaza Towers Elementary School. About 75 students and staff members were hunkered down in Plaza Towers when the tornado struck.