On Tuesday, number of flights cancelled in response to Storm Stella rose dramatically from the amount initially affected since Sunday.
If you were planning to fly out of the Mitchell International Airport Tuesday to the eastern United States through Wednesday, the operative word is "were".
In fact, 1,100 flights have already been cancelled as of Monday morning and 2,559 flights have been proactively cancelled for Tuesday.
The majority of cancellations for outgoing flights affect routes to Northeastern cities, including New York, Boston, Washington D.C. and Philadelphia.
The National Weather Service issued blizzard warnings for parts of Pennsylvania, New Jersey, New York, Connecticut, Rhode Island, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Maine and Vermont.
Although flight activity is near zero, the Port Authority of NY said all three airports remain open.
Cancellations were spilling into Wednesday, too. But, airlines are already waiving change fees, so passengers can get a jump start on revising their travel plans.
How many flights have been canceled Tuesday?
JetBlue: Customers traveling to or from cities affected by the storm can rebook their flights from March 13 to March 16 or opt for a refund for trips booked before March 10.
Airport officials recommend checking your flight via your airline's website or visiting the Austin-Bergstrom website, where you can toggle between the arrivals and departures settings at the top.
At Los Angeles International Airport, airlines reported 33 outbound flights and one inbound were canceled between noon and midnight as of 3 p.m. Monday. While a difference in fare may apply for travel scheduled at a late date, the change fee will be waived. Tickets must be reissued by March 15 and 17, respectively. Over all about 22-hundred flights cancelled.