Fierce wind blew snow across roads and stranded hundreds of drivers on Midwestern highways Friday, as thousands shivered without power and airlines were forced to call off hundreds of flights.
It would be my luck to get stuck somewhere in Illinois.
Officials at Chicago’s O’Hare International Airport canceled 500 flights, blaming bad weather elsewhere.
I guess it’s a good thing I don’t need to fly back, isn’t it.
After scoping the weather sites, I’ve decided to start my trek back north on Sunday, which means, barring anything like nasty white stuff all over the roads, I’ll be home on Monday night.