The snow storm that hit Buffalo overnight and the nor'easter hitting the East Coast have led to numerous flight cancellations in and out of Buffalo Niagara International Airport this morning.
Airport officials urged anyone planning to fly today to check the status of their flights before making the trek to the airport.
To check flights go to http://www.buffaloairport.com/Flight or your airline's website.
Overnight weather has caused multiple flight cancellations, please check with your airline for your flights status before coming to the airport! Drive safe! pic.twitter.com/8qUJ70ssMo
— Buffalo Airport (@BUFAirport) March 2, 2018
Here's what the National Weather Service said about the conditions on the East Coast:
"Heavy rain is expected for southern New England, especially for coastal areas from New Jersey to eastern Massachusetts. Wind speeds have increased in response to the strengthening of the main low pressure system offshore New Jersey. Widespread high wind speeds will persist through the late morning and afternoon hours today as the system moves offshore the East Coast. Inland flooding from the excessive rainfall and coastal flooding from high seas/storm surge will impact much of the area from New Jersey to Massachusetts. Numerous warnings are in affect for the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic, including: Winter Weather Advisories, Winter Storm Warnings and High Wind Warnings. Snow and rain will taper off by late Friday/Saturday morning as the system tracks further out into the Atlantic Ocean."