As snowstorms take aim on the northern parts of the nation, flights leaving Tampa International Airport are being affected.
According to a tweet from the airport, as of 8 p.m., a total of 125 flights have been delayed - 50 of which are departures and 75 arrivals - and 26 flights have been canceled.
That’s up from reports from Bay News 9 just before 5 p.m. of 76 delayed flights, and 25 cancellations.
But Tampa isn’t alone. Across the country, U.S. airlines have canceled more than 6,000 flights for Monday and Tuesday, according to the Associated Press. Most of Monday’s cancellations were affecting Chicago, while Tuesday’s are spread across the East.
As of shortly before 9 p.m., Sarasota Bradenton International Airport’s website showed one canceled flight on Tuesday from Washington, D.C. and two delayed flights, both Monday night arrivals from Charlotte and Washington, D.C.
The National Weather Service reports the storm will bring heavy snow, ice, strong winds and dangerous travel conditions from the Middle Atlantic states to New England through Tuesday.
Some areas may reveive more than a foot of snow, according to the National Weather Service. Warnings and advisories have been issued for several areas.
Some major airline companies are waiving ticket-change fees up to $200 for customers who want to change flights, however, restrictions vary by airline, according to the AP.