Seven Northeastern USA states are on a major Storm Watch alert as a potentially record-setting storm is now churning up the coast and threatening to dump more than 2-4 inches of snow.
Some 3,000 flights scheduled for Monday and Tuesday have already been cancelled, and those that are still running, are predicting delays.
This major disruption to schedules will impact on the UK and Europe as aircraft will be out of position or frozen in to weather affected airports. All passengers are advised to check with their carrier BEFORE heading to Airports not only in the USA but also in the UK and Europe.
Winter Storm Juno is due to hit on Monday, and last right through until Wednesday. Communities ranging from the New Jersey shore to Maine — including the City of New York, Boston, Providence, Hartford and Portland — are all bracing for the impact.
More than 28 million people may be affected by power failures, severe travel disruptions and extreme cold and widespread ice conditions. In the UK, adverse winter conditions are expected to impact in most parts of the UK.
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