Much of the US is dealing with the effects of the huge winter storm that hit on Tuesday, and it’s not over yet. Ice, wind and cold temperatures are expected to continue, causing trouble—once again—for airline passengers and pet travelers around the country.
Here are updates from some of the airports that have been affected.
-Due to massive snowfall, flights are currently being canceled at Chicago O’Hare and are expected to resume at on Thursday at 10 a.m. CST.
-Conditions are improving at Newark Liberty International Airport, and normal operations were scheduled to resume around midday Wednesday. Full operations are planned for Thursday.
-Cleveland-Hopkins International Airport was set to start limited operations earlier today and everything is planned to be running normally on Thursday.
-Conditions are improving throughout the Northeast (including at Boston and New York airports), but some delays are still expected depending on how quickly recovery efforts have been carried out.
As usual, double check all flight plans before you leave the house and be prepared to be flexible if you encounter delays. Good luck, everyone!