The aftermath of Winter Storm Jonas has continued causing delays and cancelations at Nashville International Airport.
Early Monday morning, at least a dozen flights had been canceled – most of those were either arriving or departing from the Northeast.
As of noon Friday, the National Weather Service reported snowfall of 4.4 inches at the airport. It’s the most snow on that day since 1966.
The final snowfall totals ended up reaching 8-inches at the Nashville International Airport, which broke the 7.5-inch record also set in 1966.
Over the weekend, the airport technically remained open, with a few flights managing to land and take off.