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CLEVELAND, Ohio (WJW) – Northeast Ohio has been preparing all week for Winter Storm Landon – a storm impacting states from New Mexico to Maine.

According to FlightAware, which tracks flight delays and cancelations, 4,954 flights inside the U.S. have been canceled today. 2,183 flights have been delayed.

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Video above shows Hopkins Airport snow plows at work before sunrise on Thursday

At Cleveland Hopkins International Airport, flights arriving from certain airports, including St. Louis, Chicago, New York and Newark were canceled. Flights that were scheduled to arrive from most locations after 8 p.m. were also canceled. Departing flights to St. Louis, Chicago and New York have been canceled.

Cancelations and delays continue Thursday, as many states won’t get the full impact of the winter storm until later in the day.

Hopkins Airport tells FOX 8 it has de-icing supplies ready when the storm hits.