Blizzard Shuts Down Highways in 5 States, Airports Operating Normally

The start of the Christmas/New Year’s travel season has gotten off badly for drivers with rough pockets of travel through states in the Southwest, but flyers are enjoying a normal experience with few delays being reported.

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Storm Closes Parts of Interstates

According to CNN, conditions on many highways and roads in the Southwest remain dangerous. Portions of Interstate 40 in New Mexico and Texas had to be shut down late Monday, though the closures have since been lifted.

Some flights were canceled Monday at Amarillo International Airport in Texas on Monday, but normal operations have resumed.

U.S. Airports Operating With No Delays

A quick check of FlightStats.com shows most of the nation’s airports are currently reporting “green” conditions which indicates very low or no delays.

Know What to Do When Bad Weather Affects Your Flight

Flyers are advised that winter weather can disrupt holiday flight schedules and if there are any concerns at all about weather, to stay in touch with the airline.

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Published: December 20, 2011