More than 3,300 flights ALREADY cancelled for Tuesday as Northeast blizzard prepares to cripple the entire country’s air travel
Thousands of flights on Monday and Tuesday have been cancelled across U.S.
Winter Storm Stella is headed to the East Coast as officials warn storm could bring blizzard conditions
Northeast states including New Jersey, Pennsylvania and New England all under winter storm watch
Blowing snow and strong winds could lead to whiteout conditions with visibility as poor as a quarter mile
The region could see up to two feet of snow from Monday to early Wednesday
By REGINA F. GRAHAM
13 March 2017
More than 3,350 flights have already been cancelled for Tuesday as the incoming Northeast blizzard is predicted to cripple the country’s air travel.
Authorities have advised 50 million people to prepare for what could be the worst storm this winter season from New York City to Boston.
Winter Storm Stella is expected to sweep the New York region with possible blizzard conditions, as experts predict the region could see 12 to 24 inches of wind-blasted snow from Monday to early Wednesday.
In preparing for the huge storm, airline officials have already begun cancelling flights ahead of time.
More than 1,567 flights have been cancelled already for Monday, and a whopping 3,358 have been cancelled for Tuesday.