There haven't yet been any reports of police dispatched to JFK for crowd control today, so perhaps things are back to their normal level of infuriation. The Sunday snowstorm really created a nightmare for holiday travelers, some of whom are still stuck at the airport! Melissa Ferber, a 29-year-old schoolteacher from Buffalo, has been at JFK since Saturday, when her connecting flight to Fort Myers, Florida was canceled. She's been sleeping on the airport floor ever since, and the stalemate seems to have driven her so completely mad that she's just finally given up and accepted her lot in life.

"I’m making the best of it," Ferber told the Times yesterday, sitting cross-legged on the floor in Terminal 4. "I actually ended up moving a garbage can so I could sleep in the corner. I had never seen anything like it. But it’s a part of traveling. There’s really nothing you can do about it." That is, unless you're trying to get to Haiti, and you get so angry at Delta that the airline calls for police backup—and schedules a new flight just to avert a riot. "People were yelling and screaming, and nobody at Delta wanted this to escalate any further," a Port Authority spokesman said of yesterday's situation.

Delta says most flights are finally running on schedule. Meanwhile, two German tourists, Steffen Bromberger and Simone Ziebell, have been sleeping at JFK since Sunday night, when their flight to Germany was canceled. Their luggage, however, made it home, leaving them behind with few amenities. "In five years, we’ll be laughing about this," Bromberger told the Times. "But I do think it’s important to get home and get new underwear."