Winter storm in the West could hamper post-Christmas travel

The winter storm that is rolling eastward from California might actually vex the holiday travelers during the latter half of the week. This recently developed low pressure is currently dropping rain near Bay Area along with snow near the mountains of Sierra Nevada.

The rain and low pressure is most likely make way towards USA in the upcoming days with packed potential for delayed flights and snarled traffic. This powerful storm that developed in the pacific region prompted an advisory issued by National Weather Service on Monday. The warnings of snow and heavy rain have been issued all through the West to move towards central plains as the midweek approaches.

The advisory read that this storm will most likely bring in a widespread impact on the travel protocol post Christmas. Heavy rain, ice, strong winds, strong thunderstorms, and snow will initiate a potential trouble related to travel over Central United States starting Wednesday.

If the overall downside of this winter storm is just the travel headache, the probable upside to the same is white Christmas for many in the country. Pending the rainstorm, the Christmas Day’s reenactment event to be held on Washington Crossing Historic Park has been cancelled. The act was about George Washington in 1776 when he crossed over Delaware River.

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