US vice president's plane diverted because of stormUS vice president's plane diverted because of storm

The Vice President’s plane, Air Force Two, had to be redirected while returning from Atlanta due to weather conditions, as stated by Harris’s spokesperson, Kirsten Allen. The aircraft was diverted from Joint Base Andrews to Dulles International Airport due to inclement weather, encountering “wind shear,” as explained by a knowledgeable source. Wind shear denotes sudden changes in wind speed or direction over short distances, as defined by the Federal Aviation Administration. After a safe landing at Dulles, Vice President Harris has reached home.

According to the National Weather Service (NWS), a considerable portion of the East Coast experienced heavy rainfall and strong winds on Tuesday. The NWS predicts that these weather conditions will persist into Wednesday.

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