Rochester, N.Y. - For the second time in little more than a week, a heavy storm is heading toward the east coast.
Forecasters predict it will be weaker than previously thought, but major airlines don't seem to be taking any chances.
In Rochester, several flights in and out of New Jersey and New York City are cancelled. Airlines have listed travel advisories and will waive some fees for those who will be impacted by the storm. Travelers should check with their air carrier for updates.
Superstorm Sandy led to about 24,000 flight cancellations last week.