A snowstorm that dumped several inches of snow in the north-east, from Boston to Washington, caused large numbers of flight cancellations Monday, February 3, 2014.
As of 4PM ET, 1,883 flights within, into or out of the U.S. were canceled Monday.
The bulk of the cancellations were in the New York area airports.
Newark Liberty was the worst hit with 258 cancelations followed by LaGuardia (223), Philadelphia International Airport (210) and JFK (104).
Compounding travelers woes, another 3,776 flights were delayed in the U.S. Monday.
For travelers in the U.S., 2014 winter is proving to be a very stormy one with bad weather repeatedly derailing travel plans through flight cancellations or delays.
Things don't look too bad Tuesday.
Only 64 flights are scheduled for cancellation Tuesday but that number may rise a bit.
Airlines are making exceptions for passengers on restricted tickets to change their travel plans without any extra fees.
United has already announced no fee change plans for flights to, from and through Newark Liberty, LaGuardia, JFK, Philadelphia International, White Plains, Baltimore Washington International, Reagan National and Dulles International airports for February 3, 2014.