Cleveland Hopkins flights reduced by 40% due to weather

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CLEVELAND - Snow is slowing down traffic at Cleveland Hopkins International Airport.

Flights are expected to be reduced by 40% Sunday because of the bad weather, according to an airport representative. Clean up crews are working to deice and clean the runway. Many of the flights being cancelled are coming from the west.

Airport officials encourage travelers to visit the Cleveland Hopkins International Airport's Twitter page for updates on conditions and cancellations.

You can also check the Flight Status page for more information.