“Air travelers faced chaos Monday in the Northeast, thanks to a major winter storm that grounded thousands of airline flights even before the first snowflakes had fallen in the region,” reports USA Today.
The article continues, “Airlines reacted to a major snowstorm that’s expected to wallop parts of the Northeast by cancelling more than 5,200 through Wednesday. Of those, at least 3,200 were already announced by Sunday – a day before the storm’s first flakes fell along the East Coast.”
The story adds, “As for the poor weather, the region’s major air hubs were expected to see snow develop Monday, with conditions worsening into the evening. Tuesday was expected to be even worse – so bad that all flights may end up being grounded at some of the busiest airports.”
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