A major winter storm which blew past Washington, DC is now expected to move to New England on Thursday and Friday. While the storm nearly surpassed DC, it did cause almost two feet of snow in some Mid-Atlantics areas on Wednesday. Although the storm did not hit as hard as it was predicted to, it has caused long airline delays and more than 3,500 flights have been canceled.

According to the National Weather Service, the storm is now heading to New England and about seven inches of snow has been predicted to hit Connecticut throughout Friday.  The Boston area has been  predicted to see three inches or less, and parts of central Massachusetts and southern New Hampshire may receive anywhere between 4 to 8 inches of accumulation.

Planning on traveling? Keep an eye out on the latest cancellations and delays by calling your airline provider. Hopefully you are covered with trip cancellation and delay travel protection!

Check out the Most Frequently Asked Questions about Traveling during Winter Storms for more info!