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It’s rare for a single airport to make headlines, but that’s what happens when a cascading series of events shuts down one of the world’s biggest transit hubs.

John F. Kennedy International Airport is in a state of disarray on Sunday as nasty weather, blistering cold, and human error conspired to create a logjam that’s left travelers stranded and planes grounded or redirected. Not a great mixture for people moving into or out of New York this weekend.

Troubles started last week, when the terrifyingly named “bomb cyclone” dumped snow and windy weather across the eastern United States on Wednesday and Thursday. The inclement weather was followed immediately by a lingering cold snap that’s slowed down cleanup and recovery efforts. Read more…

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