Icy Conditions Cause Ground Stop at JFK Airport
(NEW YORK) -- The cold weather is slowing travel in the New York City area.
Due to icy conditions Sunday morning, a ground stop is in effect at John F. Kennedy International Airport.
According to the Federal Aviation Administration, the airport plans to re-open at 11:30 a.m.
The closure follow reports of a Delta plane skidding off a JFK runway and into the snow Sunday morning. According to WABC, no injuries were reported.
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