It was a quiet Tuesday night at the Erie International Airport after all flights to and from Philadelphia were canceled because of the snow that pounded much of southern Pennsylvania.
This marks the second time this month that we've seen this amount of flights being impacted by the weather.
Across many cities along the east coast, like Philadelphia and New York City, people were experiencing delays and cancellations thanks to the weather.
At Erie International, only flights coming in from the west, were on schedule.
"It seems to be just a broader area that it's happening to," said Lisa Cappabianca, of Cappabianca Travel Agency
. "It's all concentrated on the East Coast so it seems to really have a mushroom effect this year with weather."
Earlier this month, all flights from the west, Cleveland and Detroit, were canceled because of the Polar Vortex.
Cappabianca said her company has seen a lot more flights being canceled because of weather this winter.
"One thing we always recommend is get travel insurance if you can to help you in situations like this so you're not out of a lot of money in the event you have a delay or out of pocket expenses."
She also recommends packing extra just in case, coming up with alternative flight dates and times and keeping in constant contact with the airline.
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