Severe storms that pounded parts of Texas on Tuesday, made for a hectic day at one of the country's busiest airports. DFW International Airport was trying to move a backlog of stranded passengers on Wednesday.
Severe and lengthy thunderstorms with funnel cloud sightings and 100 mile an hour winds caused hundreds of flight delays and cancellations. Many passengers slept to help pass the time. The airport made cots, blankets, and other supplies available to the stranded travelers.
|Transportation Security Administration|