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Though Memorial Day Weekend is already underway, severe weather may threaten travel plans for millions in the U.S. The eastern seaboard is expecting flash floods, destructive winds, and tornado threats. FlightAware has tracked more than a thousand canceled flights but even with these conditions, AAA still expects more Americans to travel this Memorial Day than last year.