"Bomb Cyclone" affecting Columbus air travel

COLUMBUS, Ohio (WTVN) -- Flights into and out of John Glenn International Airport in Columbus are indicative of the problems affecting the nation's travel network as a powerful winter storm hammers the eastern third of the country.

(Click here to check flight delays at John Glenn International Airport.)

Blizzard conditions are forecast for Thursday in parts of Rhode Island, Massachusetts, and Maine, while winter storm warnings are out for parts of New Jersey, New York and Connecticut.

The same system has brought snow to some parts of the south for the first time in decades.

The governor of Georgia declared a state of emergency in 28 southern counties because of the snow.

Some areas of Charleston, South Carolina saw five inches of snow, the most in that city since 1989.

The governor of North Carolina declared a state of emergency and said the National Guard was on standby.

(Graphic courtesy FlyColumbus.com)

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