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Posted at 7:25 PM ET, 02/ 7/2011

Snow disrupting some flights

By Washington Post Editors

Wintry weather in the South and Southwest has caused many airlines to issue travel waivers for flights that are occurring over the next two days. Forecasts from the National Weather Service were calling for dangerously cold temperatures and hazardous travel conditions due to blowing and drifting snow for much of Oklahoma with frozen precipitation expected from New Mexico into Mississippi.

If you're flying out of town, here are some resources for more information on how your specific flight plans may be affected:

Airlines serving BWI
Airlines serving Dulles
Airlines serving Reagan National
The FAA's Flight Delay map

Airline weather information
AirTran Airways
American Airlines
Continental Airlines
Delta Airlines
Southwest Airlines
United Airlines
US Airways
Virgin America

By Washington Post Editors  | February 7, 2011; 7:25 PM ET
Categories:  Airlines, Airports, Aviation  
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I don't know about everyone else, but I was getting sick and tired of the cold. Living in Michigan it seems like we have had one of the worst winters ever.

What has saved me actually is this new heated coat I bought. Super warm, and exactly the right answer on a cold day.

Check em out:

Posted by: rsmith10251 | February 8, 2011 8:38 AM | Report abuse

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