That's the DFW that serves as the larges hub for American Airlines. The cascade effects in other airports have been, as you might expect, a veritable winter wonderland of travel magic.
Now that the storm has largely moved on from the Southeast and Texas, you might be thinking to yourself that travel late Saturday and early Sunday is a reasonable thing for human beings to attempt. Not so fast. It turns out that the system is moving east, and creating havoc as it continues.
The storm isn't the only winter travel related problem, by the by. It's just too damn cold out there. We got an email from a friend flying out of North Dakota this morning. We're not making this up. It'd be nice if we were this clever, but we're not. They kept passengers waiting inside the terminal for a long time because the plane was too cold for living things to enter. By the time it warmed up they had to restart the plane because it had frozen up.
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