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July Fourth travel week is expected to be the busiest in history

The Fourth of July travel rush is expected to be the busiest in history but has begun to a rough start with major storms delaying or canceling thousands of flights over the weekend. NBC News' Sam Brock reports on what to expect from the weather and the holiday travel rush. 

National Endowment for the Arts National Heritage Fellow Susan Hudson. Photo by Kevin Black.

Navajo quilter from Sheep Springs named NEA National Heritage Fellow

Presented annually since 1982, the fellowships are considered the nation’s highest honor in the folk and traditional arts, according to an NEA news release. Hudson was recognized for her acclaimed pictorial quilts that chronicle the lives of her ancestors and the history of the Navajo people.

More than 8,200 flights have been cancelled and nearly 46,000 delayed in the US over the past week © Getty Images

Cancelled flights upset US travellers promised a smoother summer

Jared King, owner of New Mexico-based travel agency and consulting firm Yeego Connect, said he is double- and triple-checking itineraries for clients worried their upcoming flights could be affected.

“They’re a little on edge, having read the news about the massive delays and cancellations,” he said.