Delays and cancellations are adding up at the San Diego International Airport, but are not nearly as bad as the rest of the country.
As of 1 p.m. Sunday, the airport officials reported 11 flight cancellation and 90 delays ranging from 15 minutes to 3 hours. Flights to Los Angeles, Chicago, San Francisco and Houston have been reported.
Ground delays are reported across the eastern half of the country after a massive storm dropped more than a foot of snow on many cities.
John F. Kennedy International Airport in New York is open again aftger shutting down Sunday morning because of a plane that had landed at the airport skidded while exiting a runway.
There have been record low temperatures throughout the Midwest. And this deep freeze is reaching as far as the Gulf Coast. Meteorologists are predicting as low as 31 below zero in Minnesota and 15 below zero in Indianapolis and Chicago.