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DURATION: 1:36-----------------------------------------SHOTLIST:SOURCE - WNYW - COURTESY WNYW Fox 5 NY, EMBARGO NEW YORKNew York - 26 November, 20131. Mid, night, rain dancers in raincoats rehearsing for parade 2. Wide, Macy's Building, pan down to dancers3. Mid, dancers skipping rope4. Mid, more skipping rope5. SOUNDBITE (English) Woman No Name Available (Transcript Below)---SOURCE: WABC - COURTESY WABC-TVNew York - 26 November, 20136. Mid, night, officer in raincoat directing traffic7. Wide, New York City, traffic at entrance to Lincoln Tunnel8. Wide, lots of cars9. Wide, traffic 10. Wide, traffic, limos11. Wide, traffic, bus12. Close, traffic light, (horns heavy nats)13. Wide, cars turning corner14. Wide, traffic15. Wide, traffic - Lincon Tunnel New Jersey sign visible16. SOUNDBITE (ENGLISH) Woman in car, MOS, no name available (transcript below)SOURCE: WBNS - COURTESY WBNS, EMBARGO COLUMBUS, OHIOZanesville, Ohio - 26 November, 2013---17. Wide, day, road seen from alongside tire driving on road18. Wide, snowplow driving on road, snow falling---SOURCE: WLOS - COURTESY WLOS, EMBARGO ASHEVILLE, NCBuncombe County, North Carolina - 26 November, 201319. Wide, day, driving on highway, seen from windshielf20. Wide, cars in rain21. SOUNDBITE (ENGLISH) Will Hamilton, North Carolina Driver---SOURCE: WBNS - COURTESY WBNS, EMBARGO COLUMBUS, OHIOZanesville, Ohio - 26 November, 201322. SOUNDBITE (ENGLISH) Man and woman speaking, no names (transcript below)---SOURCE: WABC - COURTESY WABC-TVNew York - 27 November, 201323. Wide, people in LaGuardia Airport24. Wide, more people in LaGuardiaRESTRICTIONS SUMMARY:WNYW - COURTESY WNYW Fox 5 NY, EMBARGO NEW YORKWABC - COURTESY WABC-TVWBNS - COURTESY WBNS, EMBARGO COLUMBUS, OHIOWLOS - COURTESY WLOS, EMBARGO ASHEVILLE, NCVOICE-OVER SCRIPT:TRACK-1THE SHOW MUST GO ON, BUT EVEN THE MACY'S THANKSGIVING DAY PARADE MAY HAVE TROUBLE WITH THE MASSIVE STORM TEARING THROUGH MUCH OF THE EASTERN U-S.IF WINDS ARE TOO STRONG ON THURSDAY, THE PARADE'S FAMOUS BALLOONS WILL BE GROUNDED.THE WEATHER ISN'T STOPPING REHEARSALS.SOUNDBITE (woman, no name available)"Well the weather is really cold. It is really icy and cold and that slows us down a bit."TRACK-2METEOROLOGISTS HAVE BEEN WARNING THAT THE STORM THAT'S REACHED MUCH OF THE EASTERN U-S WOULD LIKELY UPSET HOLIDAY TRAVEL PLANS ON WEDNESDAY.TRIPLE-A SAYS ALMOST 39 MILLION PEOPLE WILL DRIVE 50 OR MORE MILES FROM HOME DURING THE HOLIDAY WEEKEND.FOR MANHATTAN DRIVERS, IT MAY HAVE FELT LIKE MOST OF THEM WERE TRYING TO GET OUT OF NEW YORK IN TUESDAY NIGHT'S HEAVY RAIN.SOUNDBITE (ENGLISH): (reporter) Moving at all?(WOMAN/MOS NO NAME)'Not at all. I'm from L.A. We don't get this traffic.'TRACK-3HEAVY RAIN AND HIGH WIND ARE IN THE FORECAST FOR WEDNESDAY FROM THE CAROLINAS TO THE NORTHEAST, WITH ICE AND SNOW POSSIBLE IN THE APPALACHIANS, AND WESTERN PARTS OF PENNSYLVANIA AND NEW YORK.AT LEAST ELEVEN DEATHS ARE BLAMED ON THE STORM SINCE IT STARTED MOVING ACROSS THE COUNTRY, AND DRIVERS SAY THEY'RE BEING CAREFUL.SOUNDBITE (ENGLISH) Will Hamilton, Asheville, North Carolina'It just takes a little bit of extra time, and that maybe the rain is distracting to people.'SOUNDBITE (ENGLISH) MAN AND WOMAN (MOS/No Names)SOT MOS man : "Slippery roads."SOT MOS woman : "Slippery roads and lots of snow. (Reporter: "Trafficaccidents and things like thatGO) And other people."TRACK-4FLIGHT-AWARE SAYS THAT IF THE STORM ISN'T TOO SEVERE, FLYERS WILL BE CONTENDING WITH A LOT OF DELAYS BUT FEW CANCELLATIONS.AIRLINES FOR AMERICA SAYS THIS THANKSGIVING IS EXPECTED TO HAVE THE MOST PEOPLE FLYING SINCE 2007.MATT SMALL, THE ASSOCIATED PRESS.