Airlines and travelers have started the messy business of rebounding after a day of more than 7,400 flight cancellations, making it the worst day so far of a long, cold, sloggy winter.
The latest Nor'easter, blamed for 21 deaths, dumped up to 28 inches of snow in the East Coast, NBC News reported. On Friday morning, as many as 100 cars piled up on the Pennsylvania Turnpike as roads remained treacherous.
As of late Friday morning, more than 1,900 flights were canceled and 5,300 were delayed, according to FlightAware, a tracking service. (See the latest air travel status here.)
New Jersey's Newark Liberty International canceled more than 150 flights, 25 percent of its schedule. Charlotte/Douglas International, Philadelphia International, Reagan National and LaGuardia Airport canceled more than 10 percent of their departures by early Friday morning.