Weather could impact July 4th weekend travel



HOUSTON (KIAH) Whether you’re driving or flying, it’s going to be a busy July 4th weekend for roads and flights. Weather will also impact your trip with rain forecasted for many southeast Texas destinations.

CW39 meteorologist Star Harvey has this look at your weekend travel temperatures and rain outlook.

Nearly 50 million Americans are expected to be out and about.

At airports, there’s a series of snags leading into the holiday weekend. Delays and cancellations, stranding thousands of passengers fueled by bad weather and staffing shortages. The airlines now racing to get up to speed.

American Airlines continues to cancel about 80 flights per day thru mid-July until it adjusts to the surge in travel. United airlines says its betting big on the rebound, ordering 270 new planes to update its fleet.

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