BANGOR - Things were pretty calm up our way, just some drifting snow due to the powerful winds we've dealt with all day. But as for flight travel, that's a bit different.
The Bangor International Airport itself isn't dealing with much snow on the ground, but there have been cancellations and delays.
That resulting from the storm impact in other cities like Washington D.C. and New York City in particular.
As for the number of endless delays and cancellations this season compared to others, "I can tell you over the last three seasons that this has been the worst," Tony Caruso, Director of the airport, says. "This has affected out passenger numbers, but Mainers are very resilient. Those flights will become operational and we'll get people to their destinations."
Caruso also reminds those that are traveling to check your flight status before heading to the airport and contact your travel agent or airline with any questions.