Feb 11, 2017, 0:47
More than 20 Orlando Southwest Airline flights were canceled.
The St. John's International Airport Authority said in a news release Thursday that fewer than 40 flights were affected by low visibility.
Flight cancellations in the NY metro area and other northeastern states began Wednesday as the storm approached.
USA Today reports the storm - expected to be the largest snowfall for the region this winter - comes a day after temperatures as far north as New York City soared to 60 degrees.
Through 11:30 a.m. Thursday, some 3,212 flights were canceled and 582 delayed both within and in and out of the U.S., FlightAware data showed.
Passengers should contact their airlines before going to the airport Thursday. Kennedy International airport is seeing northward of 480 cancellations.
More than 3,500 US flights were canceled Thursday, according FlightAware.com.
Areas most impacted by the bad weather are New York City, Long Island and New Jersey, Upstate New York and New England.
Logan tweeted out a reminder to contact your airline and check on your flight status before arriving at the airport.
Just as Florida prepares for hurricanes officials warn the northeastern area of high winds, coastal flooding and power outages.
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