A number of flights into and out of Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport and Dulles International Airport saw delays or cancellations again Wednesday thanks to the snow that blanketed Northern Virginia a day before.
Passengers didn't suffer nearly as many setbacks as Tuesday, during the actual storm, but plenty were still inconvenienced.
Out of about 450 scheduled departures from Reagan National on Wednesday, 80 had been cancelled and another 39 delayed as 4 p.m. approached, according to the website FlightStats.com.
Out of 449 scheduled arrivals at National, 64 had been cancelled and 42 more were delayed.
As of 4 p.m., FlightStats.com listed only 53 percent of departures and 72 percent of arrivals at Dulles International Airport as on-time.
Out of 372 scheduled departures Wednesday at Dulles, 35 had been cancelled and 61 had been delayed, according to the website. Half of the delayed departures were listed as lasting 45 minutes or more.
Likewise, out of 400 scheduled arrivals at Dulles, 37 had been cancelled and another 38 delayed. Nearly half of the delayed arrivals were for 45 minutes or more, too.
FlightStats.com's scorecard listed both airports as having "excessive" delays on Tuesday. Wednesday, that had been downgraded to "moderate" at National Airport and "low" at Dulles.
Parts of Northern Virginia could see a slight chance of snow Thursday afternoon, and much of the region won't see temperatures rise above freezing until this weekend — and even then, only by a few degrees.