Operations are returning to normal at Buffalo Niagara International Airport today after all departing and arriving flights were cancelled Wednesday afternoon.
Helen Tederous, spokeswoman for the Niagara Frontier Transportation Authority, estimated that 60 percent of scheduled flights were arriving this morning, while about 75 percent of scheduled departures were taking off.
"Once the visibility cleared, we've been good," she said. "We've got the snow removal covered, it's been all about the visibility."
Tederous added that Metro Bus and Rail operations are also improving, though commuters can still expect some delays on bus routes.
"For the most part, we are operational," she said.
Metro Rail, meanwhile, is on schedule today but will again observe 20-minute intervals between trains after 6 p.m. to allow crews to clear above ground tracks and perform other snow-related maintenance.