The snow was already falling at Bradley International Airport Wednesday morning, as travelers tried to get out of New England before the worst of another nor'easter hits.
This is the second nor'easter headed for the East coast since last week, which wreaked havoc on the citizens and claimed seven lives across Virginia, New York, Rhode Island, Maryland, Pennsylvania and CT.
The storm's high winds and snowfall has sparked hundreds of cancellations at local airports. The storm has also impacted traveling conditions for many as thousands of flights have been canceled throughout the country.More news: Rams are trading OLB Robert Quinn to Dolphins for draft pick
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Burlington airport officials say it's not up to them, it's up to the airports where the flights are supposed to land- or the ones from which they depart.
John F. Kennedy Airport announced on Twitter that approximately 467 Wednesday flights have been canceled due to the nor'easter.