CLEVELAND — Dozens of flights into and out of Cleveland Hopkins International Airport have been canceled Thursday ahead of the second day of a major winter storm that is expected to bring a long duration of snowfall across Northeast Ohio that will be heavy at times.
Flight information on the Cleveland airport’s website shows all but a handful of arriving and departing flights have been canceled Thursday, even flights much later Thursday night.
Airport officials encourage travelers to check with their airline before arriving at CLE to confirm their flight statuses.
See the latest statuses for flights arriving and departing (or not) from Cleveland Hopkins International Airport here.
With snowfall rates of 1-inch per hour possible in some parts of Northeast Ohio today, snow accumulations are expected to reach 8 to 10 inches in some places.
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