More than 100 flights were canceled at Charlotte Douglas International Airport on Monday, as a winter storm disrupted airports in the Northeast and Midwest.
Flight-tracking website FlightAware.com reported that 106 flights to and from Charlotte were canceled by early evening. That’s about 7 percent of the airport’s total flights for the day. Another 156 flights were delayed.
Nationwide, Chicago’s O’Hare airport had the most cancellations, with more than 1,000 flights scratched. New York’s LaGuardia had more than 800 cancellations, while Boston Logan International had about 600.
National Weather Service meteorologist Andrew Kimball said in his weather forecast that Tuesday’s temperatures in Charlotte will dip to a low of 22 Tuesday morning, with a high of 47.