For the second time in less than a week, a winter storm is slamming a large swath of the Midwest with snow.
Stranded in paradise, travelers trying to get to cities in the northeast, like New York or Boston, are in a mad scramble to book flights at South Florida’s airports.
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.
Enjoy the warmth while it lasts because after Tuesday, a series of cold fronts will move through the area to bring South Florida a longer stretch of “winter” weather all the way through the weekend.
It’s another day of delays and cancelations at South Florida’s airports as an arctic blast wreaks havoc to our north.
It’s hard to overstate how great a weather disparity there between South Florida and the rest of the country during winter. But Thursday morning it was again on display as one part of the country was frozen and S. Florida was ready to bake.
A huge snow storm that is expected to leave up to 3 feet of snow from New York City to Boston and beyond starting Friday has already canceled more than 2,600 flights through Saturday, including flights from South Florida.