It is almost time to ring in the big celebrations of Thanksgiving 2018 holidays. The national holiday in America falls on November 22 this year followed by the weekend. The occasion is one of the most definite time when a lot of friends and families come together. It is time to have the big feast amidst the family, catch up on a game of Football and just relax. But a lot of people also prefer going on getaways. Travelling during Thanksgiving has become so popular that almost millions of Americans move about from one place to another. And a day before the actual holiday of Thanksgiving 2018 is when a lot of people start their journeys to reach the destination. An aerial footage has been shared on social media which shows traffic congestion over the city of Los Angeles. Vehicles are lined up bumper-to-bumper and although it looks like quite a spectacle from up above, the traffic snarls are terrific. Thanksgiving 2018 Weather Forecast: Northeast America and Other Places to Experience Record Low-Temperatures.
Over thousands of cars are travelling through Los Angeles, which is already known for its heavy traffic. Besides a similar situation was seen in New York and Maryland. The aerial video footage has been shared which gives an idea as to how many people actually plan to step out and travel during Thanksgiving. Thanksgiving 2018 Wishes & Greetings: Best WhatsApp Stickers & Messages, SMS, Facebook Status, GIF Images to Express Gratitude to Your Loved Ones.
Watch Aerial Video of Traffic in Los Angeles ahead of Thanksgiving 2018
Some More Aerial Pictures of Traffic in LA Before Thanksgiving Day
Happening now: Thanksgiving traffic in Los Angeles... pic.twitter.com/Vj5qj2R6D4
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The tiny car lights amidst the tall skyscrapers look like a trail and it would no less than a nightmare to be stuck in the middle of this traffic. Looking at these videos it seems like staying at home would be a better idea. Are you amongst the ones travelling this Thanksgiving? Do let us know in the comments section. Wish you all a very Happy Thanksgiving 2018!