Amid curses about the "Groundhog Day"-like nature of the weather forecast, the Northeast on Tuesday was getting hit with yet another storm that was tying up commuters and travelers.
More than 760 flights were canceled and 4,700 were delayed Tuesday, according to FlightAware, a tracking service. (See the latest air travel status here.)
"Unlike the storms in the last few weeks that had a huge impact, this is more typical of the winter storms that we normally see impacting East Coast airports," FlightAware CEO Daniel Baker said to CNBC in an email. "It's a fast moving Nor'easter that's only caused a few hundred cancellations and is expected to be out of the area by this evening."
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"Also I should add that although the cancellations won't be as huge, we do expect significant delays all day and night in and out of the Northeast due to runway configurations and deicing delays. Many of these delays will cascade through the airline system and can cause delays throughout the U.S. today, particularly in the afternoon," he said.