Macy's parade organizers, NYPD keep eye on the weather

11/26/2013 | ABC News

If the high winds hitting the Northeast keep up, organizers might have to ground some or all of the more than 48 big balloons that have become a signature in the annual Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade, New York City Police Commissioner and former Macy's stock boy Ray Kelly said Tuesday. "The balloons as you know can be lowered to various heights. They can be lowered all the way down or they can be eliminated, not brought out at all. These are decisions that will be made as we go forward, depending on weather conditions," he said.

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