Thousands of flights canceled due to an expected storm

Thousands of flights were canceled in the United States on Saturday, in anticipation of a severe storm expected in the east of the country

Thousands of flights were canceled in the United States on Saturday, in anticipation of a severe storm expected in the east of the country, accompanied by snowfall and strong winds.
The storm is expected to hit New England and the Northeast, including New York and Boston.
And New York Mayor Eric Adams announced in a tweet on Twitter that he expects a layer of snow of 30 centimeters in the city, stressing that the salt spray mechanisms and snow plows are ready.
And the air traffic tracking website stated that about 3,400 flights flying to and from the United States were canceled on Saturday, after more than 1,450 flights were canceled on Friday.
The National Weather Service warned of "near-impossible travel conditions" in some areas of the Atlantic and New England coasts, with snowfall expected to exceed 30cm in places.