Hurricane Sandy caused problems for air travelers even before the storm gets to the Northeast.
As of Sunday evening, many flights from the Rochester Airport to cities including New York, Newark, Philadelphia, Boston and Washington had already been canceled because of the expected impact of the storm.
Airport Director Michael Giardino tells WHAM News to make sure you check ahead with your airline, or the www.monroecounty.gov website before coming out to the airport to see if your flight is still on.
New York City is the number one destination from Rochester, so many local travelers will be impacted.
The New York City airports are still open, but it is hard to say at this point if many, or any flights, will take off in extremely windy conditions that are expected on Monday.
The Rochester Airport expects to remain open, but Giardino says it is up to individual airlines and pilots as to whether windy conditions would ground any specific flights.