A winter storm making its way through the Philadelphia area Wednesday caused some major headaches for travelers.
On its official Twitter feed, Philadelphia International Airport reported delays of up to three hours and 40 minutes Wednesday afternoon. By Wednesday night, the airport Tweeted delays of around three hours and 20 minutes.
According to the FAA's Air Traffic Control System Command Center, traffic destined to Newark International Airport, John F. Kennedy International Airport and La Guardia Airport were among those destinations that faced the longest delays for travelers.
A mix of rain and snow made its way into the area Wednesday morning. By the afternoon, much of the system changed over to rain.
The National Weather Service says between 1 and 2 inches of rain is possible for the area.
You can check your flight's status directly with your airline or on the Philadelphia International Airport website.
Still feels like summer out there. Highs in the mid 80s today. Just like summer, it'll be humid, with a chance of a few spotty showers late in the day.
Tomorrow, strong thunderstorms move through, from the same cold front that caused the midwest tornadoes. That front will also usher in cooler air for the holiday weekend.
Tuesday: (83/65) clouds/sun