Getting Home From The Holidays

Stranded passengers are still stuck in terminals as airlines struggle to recover from delays and cancellations.
3:00 | 01/04/14

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And the know behind him tonight. Now to the cancellations at airports across this country in the midst of the storm. AND WE ARE at LaGuardia airport tonight. Reporter: Passengers still stranded from this week's snowstorm frustrated by long delays and cancellations at airports across the country. The roca family returned to chicago from a vacation in cancun to find the connecting flight to omaha cancelled. We didn't know any of this was going on. We should have stayed. Reporter: The numbers are staggering. More than 4,000 delays today. But since the snow first started falling, more than 35,000. And tonight, jet blue customers firing off pictures of long lines. at LaGuardia, college student lisa cho spoke to us after spending thursday night on a cot. I was so tired. Just knocked out. Wasn't so bad. Reporter: You heard from lisa, she is about to spend her third night at jfk airport. It's far from over. Already hundreds of cancellations on the boards for tomorrow. Thanks. I want to bring in meteorologist brad from wsb tonight. It reaches further south than atlanta. In the florida panhandle, we have cold weather watches and workings. And a winter storm watch. You are watching the snow accumulating in places with snow already. Overnight tonight and through tomorrow, heavy snow in spots. 3 inches in kansas city, half a foot in st. Louis. Chicago, already a foot to a foot and a half on the ground, an additional 8 inches there, and 10 inches rarnd grand rapids. This is the leading edge of a cold air mass. So behind the snowstorm, some of the coldest air in decades. These are high temperatures. High in fargo, 17 and 19 below. Minneapolis 11 and 15 below. In chicago, 12 below for a high temperature monday afternoon. But when you see 15 below in minneapolis, is that a record? It's very close to an all-time record low-high temperature in minneapolis. This hasn't beenn in decades.

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