Over Dozen Flights Canceled At Orlando International Airport Due To Polar Vortex In Midwest

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ABOVE VIDEO: More than a dozen flights were canceled at Orlando International Airport on Tuesday as a polar vortex is causing temperatures to plummet to record-breaking lows in the Midwest.

ORLANDO, FLORIDA (WKMG) – More than a dozen flights were canceled at Orlando International Airport on Tuesday as a polar vortex is causing temperatures to plummet to record-breaking lows in the Midwest.

Some travelers were heading to cities with wind chill that is forecast to be more than 100 degrees colder than Orlando.

“We hear the temps will be in the negative 30s and wind chill in the negative 50s and 60s,” Joleen Simonson said. “We’re not too thrilled.”

After spending the last six days in Central Florida, Simonson and her friends were traveling back home to Minnesota, where temperatures on Tuesday night could drop to 30 below zero.

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