Thanksgiving Travel: Airports Face 'Significant Delays' Due to Winds

Strong winds were expected to cause "significant delays at major airports anywhere from Denver to Boston and points in between" on Monday, The Weather Channel warned, threatening to snarl Thanksgiving travel plans.

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According to digital meteorologist Nick Wiltgen, "Chicago O'Hare, Chicago Midway, and airports in Detroit, Cleveland and Cincinnati are among those likely to see delays simply due to the strong winds." With "low ceilings, wind and rain" forecast in Boston, New York, Philadelphia, Washington and Detroit, the FAA warned ground stops and delays were expected Monday at New York's LaGuardia Airport, Philadelphia International Airport, and Washington's Reagan National Airport.