Northeast Ohio won't experience the severe weather hitting the Mid-Atlantic this weekend — but we're still feeling the effects.
Dozens of flights have been canceled in and out of Cleveland Hopkins International Airport as other parts of the country expect up to two feet of snow.
According to the airport's website, there were a total of around 20 delays and cancelations for departures and arrivals - mostly those heading to and coming from the east coast - as of Sunday morning.
Airport spokeswoman Michele Dynia said there were a total of approximately 30 flight delays and cancelations Saturday afternoon.
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