Bad weather in other parts of the country, including Dallas and Atlanta, caused canceled flights at San Antonio International Airport on Tuesday.
"I'm ready to get home," said Sue Brooks.
She was visiting San Antonio with three other people for a sales conference, and the group had trouble flying back to Atlanta, so they could get home to Charlston, S.C.
Another winter storm moving into the southeastern portion of the country has already prompted airport officials in the region to cancel planned flights.
"We've had to move flights three times. We were supposed to leave at (noon on) Wednesday, and that was canceled and moved to (noon on Tuesday). That was canceled, and then they had us going through Memphis," said Janie Smith.
"It was canceled as of last night for Wednesday. All flights Wednesday out of Atlanta were being canceled," said Brooks.
Peter Landolt said he needed to fly through Atlanta so he could get home to New York. He was worried he'd make it as far as Georgia and then get stuck.
"(We) just want to get home. We're tired, and we have to get back to work, and I don't want to sleep in the Atlanta airport," he said.
Conditions at the San Antonio airport did not cause delays. Airlines did de-ice planes Tuesday morning to pre-treat them before heading to colder areas and higher altitudes.