Flight Cancellations Increase As 'Four'easter' Descends On New England

The effect of the storm on Logan Airport: "Four nor'easters in a row is rather unusual."

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BOSTON (WBZ-AM) -- With the fourth nor'easter in as many weeks, air travelers have started getting used to inconvenience. 

Some are changing their flights, as one woman told WBZ NewsRadio 1030's Carl Stevens she was able to do.

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"I did, I was leaving later in the day, and JetBlue said you could change your flight without paying extra, so I moved it to the first flight of the day," she said. "I'm so tired of this weather."

Snow was expected to begin falling in the city around 5 p.m.

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While there was no snow yet in Boston, there was snow to the south, causing cancellations to places like Washington, D.C. and Philadelphia--but not to San Diego, where one man said he was headed.

"It started out looking kind of sketchy, to the point where we were monitoring whether or not they'd cancel our flight," he said.

He's relieved to be getting out of New England before the storm hits.

"I've only lived in New England for two years," he said. "I came from the West Coast a couple years ago. But all the locals tell me that four nor'easters in a row is rather unusual."

WBZ NewsRadio 1030's Carl Stevens reports

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