Extreme Winter Storm: Millions of Travelers Affected

ABC News' Devin Dwyer reports from the Atlanta airport, where flights are canceled.
3:00 | 02/13/14

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Transcript for Extreme Winter Storm: Millions of Travelers Affected
America's -- For millions of travelers have been affected by this week's storm many of them at Atlanta's airport ABC's Devin Dwyer is there live right now and continues our coverage good morning -- Hey good morning John -- Marcy that's right in no matter where you live in the country today your. Flying it's going to be a -- just. World's busiest airport in Atlanta kill hundreds of flights listed on the -- behind me. For almost all of them are canceled at this hour there are more than 4300. Flight cancellations nationwide many of those scrapped. Preemptively since yesterday the worst airports as you said here in Atlanta Philly Charlotte DC all the way up into New York. The hardest hit airline is delta -- based here in Atlanta within 600 cancellations today of course. The good news passengers had enough advance warning that mideast simply decided to stay home here at the Atlanta airport only about a 175 people spent the night on couches. -- sleeping on floors here that we've seen the bad news guys this is a very busy holiday weekend airlines tell us those flights that do manage to get out are likely to be packed. -- -- All right Devin Dwyer -- -- in Atlanta thank you.

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