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The impending blizzard that could dump as much as three feet of snow on New York City has already started wreaking havoc on travel—and it’s barely flurries so far. Some 4,360 flights set for Monday and Tuesday have been preemptively canceled on the East Coast. It’s possible that all flights will be grounded for the three airports serving New York. Boston’s Logan International Airport has announced today’s last flight will leave at 7:30 p.m.
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