Storms across the country have canceled 89 flights the day before the Fourth of July holiday.
At least 15 states are facing severe weather conditions ahead of Independence Day. Hail, wind, and possible tornado damage have wreaked havoc on the East Coast and Mississippi River regions, according to hundreds of reports.
More than 900 flights within or entering the United States were canceled over the weekend, according to FlightAware.com. Between Saturday and Sunday, a total of 905 flights in and out of the United States were canceled and 15,567 flights were delayed, the Daily Mail reported. Thousands of passengers are stranded, some reportedly sleeping in the airport and waiting hours in line to rebook flights.
One passenger was…