01/26/2015 05:16 pm ET Updated Dec 06, 2017

FlightAware's Misery Map Is Maybe The Best Way To Understand Snowstorm Juno

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.

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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

01/27/2015 7:34 AM EST

NYC Travel Ban Lifted

01/27/2015 7:28 AM EST

Snowstorm Fails To Live Up To Hype In NYC

The National Weather Service canceled a blizzard warning for the area, and only 7 inches of snow had fallen in Central Park by early morning.

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

01/27/2015 5:09 AM EST

Snow Forecast For NYC Trimmed

01/27/2015 4:33 AM EST

The Long Island Expressway, Empty And Snow-Covered

01/27/2015 4:21 AM EST

Shoutout To All The Snow-Plowers



January 2015 East Coast Snow