Nearly 55 million Americans are expected to hit the road this Thanksgiving holiday, a 2.9% increase from last year. The 2019 holiday weekend is expected to see the second-highest travel volume, falling second only to an all-time record set back in 2005.
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Thankfully, AAA and transportation analytics company INRIX have broken those travel times down to a science so you can plan your holiday travel.
The heaviest holiday traffic in Los Angeles will be Wednesday, Nov. 27 from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m.
At that point, the roads are expected to be completely gridlocked, and it'll likely take 3.5 times longer to reach your destination, the AAA/INRIX report states.
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Travel conditions could be compounded with a forecast of rain and snow expected to slam Southern California this week.
Officials with the National Weather Service that the wet weather could bring major travel delays and road closures.