WASHINGTON (AP) — Dozens of flights were canceled and delayed at the three major airports in the Washington-Baltimore region as the Northeast recovers from a powerful winter storm.

The flight tracking service FlightAware shows that more than 30 flights in and out of Reagan National Airport were canceled Wednesday.

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At Baltimore’s airport, about 20 flights in and out were canceled. Just three outbound flights were canceled at Dulles International Airport.

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Hundreds of flights at the airports were canceled Monday and Tuesday because of a winter storm that walloped parts of the Northeast. The Washington-Baltimore region was dealt a glancing blow, with many spots seeing no more than an inch of snow.

That’s compared to the Boston area, which got more than 2 feet of snow.

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