It was a very long day that turned into an even longer night for nearly two dozen would-be passengers at Nashville's Greyhound bus station.
They were part of an estimated 110 travelers who were stuck temporarily at the terminal due to the massive snow storm affecting parts of the Midwest and eastern portions of the country.
Greyhound said several buses traveling north and east from the downtown station had been delayed due to unsafe road conditions in places like St. Louis and Cincinnati beginning Monday.
A few customers told News 2 they had been there since Sunday, but most said they had arrived at the terminal sometime early Tuesday.
Greyhound communications spokesperson Alexandra Pedrini told News 2 its Nashville employees are providing stranded passengers with food, along with heated buses with WiFi and power outlets.
By mid-afternoon Wednesday, several of the buses to northern destinations had begun running again, thinning out the once-packed terminal to a more normal crowd for a Wednesday.