TUCSON, Ariz. -- As the next major rain and snow maker makes its way across the country, flights to and from Tucson are already seeing an impact.
According to arrival and departure times on the Tucson International Airport's website, flights to and from Denver are canceled through Tuesday morning.
From California to Michigan, 20 million people are under winter weather advisories, watches or warnings, CNN meteorologist Dave Hennen said. Weather warnings are in effect for Denver, where a winter storm will likely dump 10 to 15 inches of snow over the next few days, Hennen said Monday.
According to TIA, November 26th is expected to be its busiest day for travel ahead of Thanksgiving. In a tweet, TIA says about 14,300 passengers are expected to travel through Tucson, which is a 12% uptick from this time last year.
Headed out of town for #Thanksgiving? The busiest day at TUS before the holiday is expected to be Tuesday, Nov. 26. Based on airline schedules, about 14,300 passengers are expected to travel through #Tucson, a 12% increase over the same day in 2018! pic.twitter.com/YHPxUAvyD8— TucsonAirport (@TucsonAirport) November 25, 2019