From a major winter storm to possible tornadoes on Christmas Day, the weather is keeping travelers across the country on their toes this holiday season.
Sandy is a tropical system and its defying the odds in getting stronger as it moves north. So now, forecasters are even more concerned about the core of this system and the very strong winds associated with it at landfall along the New Jersey Shore.
Thursday marks the 35th anniversary of the first time in recorded history that snow fell in South Florida. It was January 19th, 1977.
A major winter storm that is dumping snow, ice, freezing rain, and even severe weather over much of the nation is causing travel headaches at South Florida airports.
As the northeast woke up to another wintry mess, hundreds travelers in South Florida who had flights booked to Boston, Newark and Washington D.C. found that they’d be enjoying another wonderful day in paradise.
More wickedly cold snowy weather up north is once again forcing flight cancellations across the country.
No matter where you live in the US, this winter has given all of us the cold shoulder. From California blizzards, to Midwest whiteouts, to sleet across the southeast, and frigid Nor’easters along the eastern seaboard, it’s been anything but a winter wonderland.
Good news for travelers stuck at South Florida’s airports. Flights are once again leaving on schedule as a strong winter storm system which blanketed the South and Northeast moves away from the region.
As snow continues to wreak havoc across much of the nation, it makes the decision you made to live in the Sunshine State look that much better.
If you’re scheduled to catch a flight out-of-town Monday and have a stop over in Atlanta, you definitely want to contact your airline.