Memorial Day weekend turned out to be a chaotic one for the travel industry. According to FlightAware, nearly 7,000 flights were canceled due to bad weather and staff shortages. Meanwhile, on the road, gas prices reached record levels with the national average for a gallon of gas hitting $4.62. Travel expert Jeanenne Tornatore breaks down what the Memorial Day mess means for the rest of the summer travel season. "There's always some weather happening this time of year, but the big thing really was the staff shortages, the pilot shortages more specifically," she said. "And as we know, our airline system is so tightly connected."