By now you're likely familiar with the "top-five historic storm" that's currently pounding the northeastern United States.
The storm has created a massive travel nightmare, with thousands of flights delayed or cancelled. This is most apparent when you look at FlightAware's massively helpful -- not to mention hilarious -- Misery Map. The flight tracking site sure has a sense of humor and shows travelers how snowstorms such as Juno completely cripple everything.
If you are scheduled to fly today or on the days to come, know that many airlines have already waived change fees to best accommodate consumers. In case you need a reminder, here's what NOT to do when a snowstorm threatens to cancel your travels.
01/27/2015 10:08 AM EST
The Latest Snow Totals From Around The Northeast
01/27/2015 9:13 AM EST
NYC Subway Running...But Empty
01/27/2015 8:17 AM EST
Subway Service To Begin At 9am
NEW: NYC subway service to start at 9 a.m. ET— ABC News (@ABC) January 27, 2015
01/27/2015 7:34 AM EST
NYC Travel Ban Lifted
The travel ban in Dutchess, Orange, Putnam, Rockland, Ulster, Westchester, Nassau counties & NYC is lifted effective at 7:30 a.m today— Andrew Cuomo (@NYGovCuomo) January 27, 2015
01/27/2015 7:28 AM EST
Snowstorm Fails To Live Up To Hype In NYC
01/27/2015 5:45 AM EST
First Storm Fatality Reported
A 17-year-old boy died in a snow-tubing accident on Long Island Monday night, Newsday reported. It was the first reported death of the blizzard that struck the northeast this week.
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01/27/2015 5:10 AM EST
Lots Of Snow In Connecticut, Though
Snowfall rates up to 4in per hour with this heavy band across Eastern Suffolk! 14" at Islip, 12in at Brookhaven Lab. pic.twitter.com/iXG5mFusO3— TWC Breaking (@TWCBreaking) January 27, 2015