PHILADELPHIA (November 27, 2013) About 200 flights had been canceled Wednesday morning, but the wintry mix that moved into the eastern states wasn’t causing the widespread gridlock that was feared on the day before Thanksgiving.
Flight delays and cancellations haven't been rippling beyond the Northeast to other parts of the nation's air network.
According to the flight tracking service FlightAware.com, most of the cancellations have been on flights in or out of three major Northeast hubs, Philadelphia, Newark and New York's LaGuardia.
Thanksgiving travelers have been bracing for the impact of the storm that's brought rain, high winds and some snow to much of the East Coast.
In western Pennsylvania, more than nine inches of snow is on the ground in some areas.
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