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Storm impact: snowy roads, airport delays

Rochester, N.Y. -- With a blast of cold weather and snow on its way to Western New York.  Gov. Andrew Cuomo will activate the state's emergency operations center at 10 a.m. Thursday to monitor the storm's impact.

A slippery commute is ahead for many people heading back to work after the holiday

There's a fresh coat of snow on the roads across our viewing area with more on the way, with as much as 12 to 14 inches falling in some places.

The storm is causing headaches for holiday travelers looking to get home.

At least 28 flights have been cancelled and several more are delayed at the Greater Rochester International Airport. Check your flight status HERE.

As the storm moves toward major airport hubs in the Northeast, that number is expected to rise.

All the delays and cancellations have frustrated passengers who are scrambling to get to their destinations.

We are stuck in town for the next couple of days now, said John Pollard of Los Angeles. "It's time to get out of this cold weatherits just too much. I'm over it. I'm tired. I want to go home.

The governor is also warning about potential highway closings later Thursday, but most of those are expected to be downstate.

Keep up with closings and cancellations HERE.

 
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