Hurricane Sandy is dissipating over the East Coast, but it's still tying up air travel in Minnesota.
Officials at the Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport say dozens of flights to the East Coast have been cancelled again Tuesday. Spokesman Pat Hogan said travelers should expect the disruptions to last through Tuesday at least, even for flights going elsewhere in the country.
"I think everybody's waiting to see what happens here with the storm," Hogan said. "Obviously, the storm is improving, but winds and visibility are still an issue. So it probably will be tomorrow before we see things return to some semblance of normal."
Hogan said travel to New York, New Jersey and Philadelphia will take the longest to come back. He said though, that airlines did a good job of telling passengers ahead of time and telling them not to come to the airport. He said he wasn't aware any travelers were forced to spend the night in the terminal.
Airport officials are urging travelers to keep checking on their flight status in coming days, as it may take some time to get airliners repositioned to resume regular flights.