CLEVELAND, OH (WOIO) - Several airlines are waiving fees for travelers wanting to reschedule flights due to the incoming winter storm this weekend.
Every airline has a different timeline of when you can reschedule a flight.
Travelers are allowed to reschedule as long their flight is impacted by the storm this weekend.
Below we listed links on how each airline is handling rescheduled flights:
The winter storm in Northeast Ohio will start around 7 a.m. on Saturday and will last for about 20 hours.
Below is Jeff Tanchak’s full forecast:
You can expect some residual flurries or drizzle this morning as a system continue to track east of our area.
A cloudy sky the remainder of the day and steady temperatures. The top story of course is the developing area of low pressure over the Texas Panhandle this morning.
This will be the big storm that quickly deepens and tracks east. The latest information I have for you is that it is looking like the snow comes in faster and exits faster.
The updated data and my forecast has a wave of snow coming into the lakeshore counties overnight and early tomorrow morning.
The main shield of snow arrives from west to east by late morning tomorrow.
The wind will be increasing out of the east and northeast through the afternoon. Winter storm conditions will really start to establish itself across the entire area tomorrow afternoon and evening.
Winds gusting over 30 mph will lead to whiteout conditions and very bad travel.
The snow looks like it will be done by Sunday morning with the storm.
A bitter blast of arctic air builds in Sunday. You can expect below zero wind chills.
Some lake snow develops Sunday afternoon and evening. At this time, we do not believe the lake effect will be too intense.