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Severe Weather in U.S. May Affect Quad City Air Travel



MOLINE - Those from the Quad Cities still traveling for the holidays may be affected by severe weather across the country.

Passengers flying in or out of the Quad City airport in Moline could see their flights affected. There are a few delayed arrivals and departures at the airport and those traveling to areas seeing severe weather should check the status of their flights.

Blizzard and winter storm warnings are in effect from the deep south to the New England area. Indiana is already seeing snow and Ohio could get hit with as much as 15 inches of snow.

The National Weather Service said that a severe weather system is moving eastward after nearly 30 reported tornados tore through several southern states, Tuesday.

Georgia, the Carolinas and much of the eastern seaboard could face thunderstorms, damaging wind gusts and possible tornadoes, all of which could affect air travel.

All up-to-date flight information can be found at the Quad City airport's website at