travelers have to adjust this weekend in Parts of the USA to the traffic chaos. According to the U.S. weather Agency will consider on Sunday a winter storm with lots of snow, freezing rain and thunderstorms from the mid-West to the North-East of the country.

thousands of flights were, therefore, already on Saturday, or were too late, as local media reported. For Sunday have been canceled according to Reports, already 5000 flights, alone, at the O’hare Airport in Chicago were cancelled 500 flights.

In Chicago skidded to a in Phoenix coming Boeing 737 of the airline United Airlines from the runway on the snow-covered lawn. Of the 129 passengers aboard, nobody was injured in the accident, all could be picked up by buses at the wrecked machine and to the terminal building, reports NBC Chicago.

snow on the Albany International Airport in New York

train services are affected by the weather, many roads are covered by snow and ice. In Parts of the Region of New England should fall according to the channel CBS on Sunday, around 46 inches of new snow.

The “good old climate change”

Some States called due to the weather a state of emergency, including New Jersey. Its Governor, Phil Murphy, said the New York Times: “If there is ever a weekend to stay home and have a video marathon, then it’s probably this.”

the President, Donald Trump had some advice for the citizens of Europe: “be careful, and stay home,” tweeted the US President. Jokingly, he wrote: “It would be bad to have a little bit of the good old global climate change.” Trump doubts the impact of humans on the global climate changes.

Because of the “shutdown” will also receive the meteorologists of the U.S. weather authority there is currently no content. A meteorologist said the “New York Times”, some of his colleagues with small children or a new house would have so, in the meantime, financial problems. “There is such a feeling to be appreciated.”

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