By Eric Leister – AccuWeather
Following a prolonged period of tranquil weather across the United Kingdom, a change to stormy weather may add to slow travel for the Easter holiday weekend.
The RAC is expecting more than 20 million motorists to travel for the holiday, from Thursday through Monday, in the U.K. With millions of people hitting the roads, rails and airports, travel slowdowns are possible even where the weather cooperates.
Making matters worse, the weather will be unsettled much of the time from Thursday through Monday as a series of storms bring rounds of rain and occasional strong winds.
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