Now that winter storm Juno has come and gone. we can once again focus on the things that matter in life – like the Super Bowl.
Hundreds of travelers are stranded in South Florida after a monster snow storm shut down travel in the northeast part of the country. Now passengers are scrambling to find a place to spend the night until they can catch a flight out of Miami or Fort Lauderdale.
For those who weren’t around, it may seem far-fetched but it’s true—one January morning, 38 years ago to be exact, snow fell from South Florida’s sky.
The number of visitors to South Florida could increase as winter does not want to give the northern states a break.
An igloo village in Finlad is open to visitors. If you’re looking to vacation in the snow, head to this arctic resort Kakslauttanen.
The repeated winter storms pummeling much of the country continue to cause travel headaches for drivers, air travelers, and others.
Stranded passengers at Miami International were settling in to spend the night in the concourse after cancelled flights changed their travel plans Wednesday.
Air travelers heading to the southeastern United States need to be ready for plenty of delays as two major winter storms plow through an area ill-prepared to deal with a lot of winter weather.
If you’re flying in or out of the northeastern United States, keep a book or computer handy because you could be in for some lengthy delays.
While drivers all over Atlanta were stranded by this week’s ice and snow storm, a batch of sharks and stingrays from the Florida Keys were re-routed around the mess to eventually be delivered to a North Carolina aquarium.