JACKSONVILLE, Fla. - Air travel is becoming problematic as a severe winter storm moves across the country.
At Jacksonville International Airport on Wednesday morning, nearly 30 flights were cancelled and many others were delayed.
That accounts for both arrivals and departures between 6 a.m. and midnight.
All of the impacted destinations are major cities on the East Coast, including Washington D.C., Baltimore, Newark and Philadelphia.
One man was set to leave Jacksonville for Albany, New York at 6 a.m. Wednesday, but was delayed at least five hours.
"Reality is making me think I probably won't go home, see my family until tomorrow. I've been down here 10 days, and I'm ready to go home, but when it's weather there's not much you can do except stay calm and hope for the best," he said.
The best way to stay informed about travel conditions is on our website. Under the travel tab, there's a flight tracker with the latest arrival and departure information.
FLIGHT TRACKER: Check delays and cancelations here
First Coast News