After the winter weather started to come down, Sunday, many passengers at the Birmingham airport had one thing in common...canceled flights.
"I think they canceled all the flights 20 minutes before us," Mary Brennan Reich said.
Reich is trying to get back to college in Texas.
Chandler Turnipseed and her classmates from Verner Elementary are trying to get to Florida.
"We were going to Disney World, but then our flight got canceled because of the weather, and we don't know what we're going to do," Turnipseed said.
Many Sunday flights, including nearly all with Southwest airlines were canceled. Reich calls it aggravation.
"A little bit, yeah," she said. "Because I want to fly tomorrow, but now I'm wondering if they're going to cancel me 10 minutes before. I know they can't help it."
The cancellation has caused many passengers to make alternate plans and hope for the best in the coming days.
There is some good news for some Auburn fans, though. It seems that most fans were able to get on earlier flights before airlines started canceling.
However, a handful of Auburn fans are stuck in the terminal, hoping for a later departure.
Kyle Adams says his flight was suppose to leave around 3:00, Sunday afternoon, but because of a problem with the plane's de-icer, the flight was grounded at least until Monday.
"We wanted to be there," he said. "We wanted to have a chance to go out to Arizona early and enjoy it and see our other friends that are out there, but now we're a day behind and it's frustrating."
Airport officials say additional equipment has been brought in to help keep the runways clear.
They hope to try and stay on top of the storm as it pushes through the Birmingham area.