tdy_roker_weather_141126.nbcnews-video-reststate-854A Holiday storm system played havoc Wednesday with the Thanksgiving travel plans of tens of millions of people — wiping out more than 200 flights in the Northeast, dumping rain on busy roads and threatening more than a foot of snow in some places. Rain fell on drivers getting an early start from the big cities — Boston, New York, Philadelphia, Washington — into the Carolinas. It was expected to change to snow later in the day. “If this was any other day of the year, it would be a pretty big storm but nothing too out of the ordinary,” said Kevin Roth, a meteorologist at The Weather Channel. “But it’s come at one of the worst possible times, the day before Thanksgiving. It’s going to be very, very tricky for anyone planning to travel today.” More