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Predictions of up to 18 inches of snow in Boston and a few inches as far south as Washington, D.C. have triggered flight cancellations across the Northeast, which has affected hundreds of flights at Florida airports.
JetBlue, Southwest, United and American airlines combined have cancelled 1,430 Saturday flights nationwide, while nearly 1,270 arrivals and departures for the same day have been cancelled at Boston, LaGuardia, Newark, John F. Kennedy and Reagan National airports.
Those figures are reported by FlightAware, an online service that tracks commercial airline performance.
Hundreds of flights have been delayed at the South Florida airports.
As of Friday afternoon, nearly 100 flights had been canceled at Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport through Saturday, 125 canceled out of Miami International and 62 canceled at Palm Beach International Airport.
Before heading to the airport, be sure to check the status of your flight by using Flight Aware or contacting your airline.