One of the busiest travel days of the year, travelers face severe weather nationwide.(Part-1)

As the week that spans from Christmas to New Year's Eve draws to a conclusion, travel continues to be as hectic as it has even been in the past. 

Due to the fact that multiple storm systems are affecting the entire country, from coast to coast, the conditions could be chaotic, which could result in delays on the roads as well as in the air.

It is expected that the storm system that produced record rainfall to locations such as Philadelphia and Atlantic City, New Jersey, on Wednesday will continue to move up the coast and into New England during the day on Thursday.

As this system makes its way toward New England, it will bring with it a pattern of persistent rain and the possibility of isolated floods.

 On Thursday morning, flood warnings were issued to ten million people across the country.

Low clouds and persistent rains will continue to cause air delays for major hubs such as New York City and Boston on Thursday, despite the fact that the rain is expected to largely stop during the day.

As a result of the combination of residual moisture and cold air across the state of Maine, rain will transform into snow on Friday, which will increase the likelihood of hazardous roads.

There will be rain in the morning in cities like Miami and Fort Lauderdale as a result of a different storm system that is moving across the Florida Peninsula. However, by the time the evening commute rolls around, the rain will have stopped.

There will be rain in the morning in cities like Miami and Fort Lauderdale as a result of a different storm system that is moving across the Florida Peninsula. However, by the time the evening commute rolls around, the rain will have stopped.

Watch this space for further developments.