Flying? Check with your airline.
[This post has been updated]
Crews at Washington's three major airports planned to continue working through the night Wednesday to ensure that runways are open Thursday morning.
Even so officials warned that widespsread cancellations would affect travelers intending to depart Dulles International, Baltimore-Washington International Marshall and Reagan National airports. Airlines had already canceled many flights and implemented travel waivers allowing passengers to rebook without penalties.
Airports officials were urging passengers to check the status of their flights with the airlines.
Rob Yingling, spokesman for the Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority, which operates Dulles and National, said snow teams were on standby to keep the runways at Dulles and National clear.
At BWI, crews planned to stay overnight to handle the snow, BWI spokeswoman Lynda Warehime said.
Here are some resources to use if you're flying over the next couple of days.
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