The first snowfall of the season in New England has caused frustration for travelers at Boston's Logan Airport.
We are in the thick of the holiday travel season, which can be frustrating by itself, but when you add a winter storm on top of it, there are a lot more headaches than usual.
People all over Massaschusetts had a difficult time getting around on Saturday.
There were several reported crashes with dangerous road conditions.
Those coming to Logan on Saturday were met with delays and cancellations. More than 300 flights were delayed and more than 60 were canceled on Saturday, according to flightaware.com.
On Sunday, as of 12:00 p.m., there were 70 delays and 25 cancellations.
Those numbers were increasing throughout the morning and are likely to change again, especially with winter weather across several states.
There were a number of delays and cancellations at other airports in New England, as well.
At Bradley International Airport in Connecticut, there were 15 delays and four cancellations as of noon.
At T.F. Green Airport in Providence, Rhode Island, there were three delays and four cancellations as of 12:00 p.m.
At Manchester-Boston Regional Airport, there was one delay as of noon.
Be sure to check with your airline if you have a flight to catch Sunday.