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Arizona Traffic Photos of the Week

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This week was a weird one for traffic in Phoenix, and around the state.

In addition to the typical antics of bad drivers, there was some odd weather, extraordinarily packed roadways, and strangely vacant roadways due to Thanksgiving -- all captured by the Arizona Department of Transportation's highway cameras. Check out our picks for this week's top highway oddities:

See also:
-10 Weird Things That Have Ruined Your Commute Around Phoenix This Year

(Shout-out to ADOT public-information officer Tim Tait for always posting these photos on Twitter.)

5.) Fog Near Winslow

4.) Winslow Gets Snow, Too

3.) Probably a World Record for I-10 Traffic at 8 a.m. on a Friday

2.) Couple of Rocket Scientists Standing on Interstate 17

1.) A Few People Headed to the Airport on Thanksgiving

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