More than 100 flights were cancelled in Miami-Dade and Broward Wednesday and scores more were delayed as a massive winter storm socking the south and northeast wreaked havoc on people’s travel plans.
Hurricane Sandy, which later became Superstorm Sandy when it blew through the Northeast, is still causing problems for a stretch of A1A along Fort Lauderdale Beach.
Power crews from across the state of Florida have begun to arrive in Ohio and Maryland to help get the lights back on and the air conditioners humming after the killer storm which struck the Northeast last week.
South Florida has made it a priority to deal with hurricanes quickly and efficiently. Now, that expertise is being deployed to the Mid-Atlantic states to help as Hurricane Irene closes in on the area.
Emergency officials in the Northeast may turn to Broward County for its hurricane expertise.
More wickedly cold snowy weather up north is once again forcing flight cancellations across the country.
Storm conditions in the Northeast have begun to ease leaving weary, stranded travelers hopeful that they may reach their destinations sooner than expected.