North American air travellers are having a bumpy Thursday as over 3,200 flights have been cancelled amid a winter storm, according to tracking site FlightAware.
The trouble began Wednesday night, with a report of 2,840 trips cancelled as of 9 p.m. PT. A number of those flights travel through Canadian airports.
One hundred flights have been cancelled in or out of Toronto-Pearson International Airport and another 55 have been called off out of Montréal–Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport, the site said.
Here are some more Canadian airports that had outgoing flights cancelled:
Flights into the following airports were also cancelled:
None of these airports, however, are being hit as hard as facilities in Boston and New York.
New York’s Newark Liberty Airport has seen 330 flights cancelled, while LaGuardia has had 301 cancellations. John F. Kennedy International has cancelled all flights.
Meanwhile, Boston’s Logan International Airport has seen 325 cancellations.
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The cancellations happened as a winter storm is expected to bring as much as a foot of snow to parts of the northeastern U.S.
It is set to begin with rain in New Jersey and Pennsylvania on Thursday morning before it turns to snow as people travel to work.
WATCH: A winter storm warning will be in effect for much of Massachusetts starting at 6 Thursday morning. The storm system will bring significant snow and wind to parts of southern New England on Thursday.
Parts of the Boston area and Maine are projected to have as much as a foot-and-a-half of snow dumped on them, while New York could see eight inches to a foot of snow and the Philadelphia area four to eight inches.
Schools have been closed in New York, Boston and Philadelphia in preparation for the storm.
– With files from The Associated Press
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