The plane stoppages made delays happen all over the country.
The Federal Aviation Administration said that severe weather may cause delays for air travelers in the country. Many flights were stopped on Monday afternoon in airports in the Eastern United States.
Bad weather might affect flights in New York, Philadelphia International Airport, Harry Reid International Airport in Las Vegas, and San Francisco International Airport.
According to a tweet from the agency. Thunderstorms could also cause delays in Boston Logan International Airport, Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport, Orlando International Airport, Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport, Miami International Airport, and O’Hare International Airport.
On Monday evening, FlightAware reported that many flights were delayed or canceled due to ground stops at airports. This caused delays across the country.
The F.A.A. said on social media that they are changing the flight paths of planes to avoid the storms heading towards the East Coast as much as they can.
Things got better at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport since Monday night. There were almost 400 flights that were canceled and almost 1,000 flights that were delayed. But by Tuesday morning, there were only 54 delays and eight cancellations. FlightAware said that the airport was still the most affected by the bad weather on Monday night.
The airport in Queens, N.Y. called La Guardia had over 200 flights canceled and almost 300 delayed by Monday evening. Reagan Airport in Arlington, Va. had over 200 delays and almost 200 canceled flights too. This information was reported by FlightAware.