Snow and rain is stranding Super Bowl fans at airports in New York and New Jersey on Monday.
"And this is the reason our flight home just got cancelled," 7NEWS Photojournalist James Dougherty tweeted with a radar image of the storm over the Northeast.
About 1,100 flights in the U.S. have been canceled and more than 700 are delayed, Breaking News Storm reported.
The East Coast should expect snow from Boston to Washington, D.C., today – with as much as 8 inches of snow falling this morning and into the early afternoon, ABC News said.
A few Delta Airlines and United Airlines flights from New York's La Guardia Airport to Denver were delayed, according to www.flydenver.com.
Some United and Southwest airlines flights to Denver out of Newark Liberty International Airport were also delayed about an hour by the storm.
Despite some rain in New York City, flights out of John F. Kennedy International Airport to Denver appear to be on time.
While some fans are undoubtedly ready to come home, others plan to make the best of it.
"Well Denver...I may not see you till tomorrow! Flight out of #NYC just cancelled! Get my credit card ready!" 7NEWS meteorologist Lisa Hidalgo tweeted.
If you are picking someone up from the airport, call the airline or check www.flydenver.com before you go.