Mother nature flexed her muscles this past week, delivering a snowstorm of epic portion for many places in the northeast. Known as the Blizzard of 2015, or Snowmageddon, the sudden onslaught of snow left travelers stranded around the country.
While some cities such as Philadelphia and New York did not see much snow, other parts of the Northeast were not as lucky. Places such as Boston and Portland, Maine saw over 20 inches of snow.
According to masFlight, a travel analysis service, over 400,000 travelers were affected by canceled flights. Amtrak also took precaution, canceling their trains that run through the Northeast corridor. The trains included the Northeast Regional and Acela Express line.
They also suspended their Empire Service, Amtrak Downeaster, Vermonter and the Springfield line.
Things around the country seem to have returned to normal, but with February arriving I expect mother nature to strike again. Hopefully it’s not as bad!
Airlines are working with passengers to help rebook reservations that were affected by the weather. If your flight was affected follow one of the links below to see the booking process.