Posted: Feb 8, 2010 11:20 AM by Bea Karnes, News First 5
Updated: Feb 8, 2010 11:20 AM
Flights have resumed at Washington's Reagan National Airport -- but not many people have been able to get where they're going just yet.
The flights have been grounded for more than two days by the powerful snowstorm that socked the nation's capital and the surrounding area over the weekend.
Most flights are still listed as canceled or delayed on airport monitors. One woman who had been hoping to fly to Houston today -- and from there, to Hawaii -- says she got to the airport at 6 a.m., but was told she probably wouldn't get out until tomorrow.
Delays and cancellations are also expected today at Dulles International Airport in Virginia and at Baltimore-Washington International.
Federal workers have the day off today as the region digs out.
But there's another storm brewing. It could bring as much as a foot of snow in some places tomorrow and Wednesday.